• Michelle Keegan confirms she is returning for series three of Our Girl

    Michelle Keegan has confirmed she will be returning for a third series of Our Girl. The 29-year-old actress, who has been praised for her portrayal of medic Lance Corporal Georgie Lane in the BBC drama, announced the news on Twitter on Wednesday evening, sharing a teaser trailer in which she can be heard saying: "Husbands? They're overrated. I've got something much more important. I have a job to do." Michelle shared the big news moments after the final for season two aired, which showed Georgie poised to choose between the two men in her life – Jamie and Elvis. Ultimately,

  • Winter is here! Emilia Clarke posts blustery video while filming Game of Thrones season 7

    As every Game of Thrones fans will know, winter has finally arrived in the fantasy land of Westeros, and it looks like Emilia Clarke is finding the new weather conditions particularly challenging.   In a hilarious video posted to her 7.3 million fans on Instagram, the star, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the hit show, revealed that they were filming in very windy conditions. Wrapped up in a khaki puffer jacket with a fur hood, she says: "This is Bear Grylls filming circa Game of Thrones" before her hood is blown from her head, revealing her white blonde Daenerys wig.

  • See Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard's steamy new Allied trailer

    The latest trailer for Allied is here, a World War II drama in which Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard play a husband and wife who are slowly torn apart by suspicion. The trailer shows the blossoming relationship between the couple, American intelligence officer Max and French Resistance fighter Marianne as they meet and fight together, eventually becoming a couples. Showing glimpses of steamy scenes between the two, the trailer shows how the pair eventually marry, with Max saying: "We found each other. Come with me to London. Come with me and be my wife."CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY However, the couple's happy relationship is put

  • Bruno Tonioli did not storm off set of Strictly after Anastacia dance-off incident, BBC says

    There was major drama on Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend when producers decided to forgo the head-to-head dance-off for the first time in the show's history. Now the BBC has spoken out to vehemently deny reports that judge Bruno Tonioli was so upset by the ruling he stormed out of the BBC studios. On Sunday, it was revealed that Anastasia would be unable to compete against Melvin Odoom in the results show due to an injury, meaning that Melvin was automatically sent home, having received the lowest number of public votes. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The BBC have denied

  • Find out the first contestant to be fired on The Apprentice

    SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THURSDAY'S EPISODE OF THE APPRENTICE Michelle was the first candidate to be fired on The Apprentice after her team failed to deliver the goods with her as project manager. The failing team consisted of Michelle, Alana, Aleksandra, Frances, Grainne, Jessica, Natalie, Rebecca and Trishna, and lost with total sales of £959. Meanwhile, the winning team had Paul as the project manager along with Karthik, Dillon, Courtney, JD, Mukai, Oliver, Samuel and Sofiane, and made a total of £1,428. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Michelle, Alana and Rebecca was in the bottom three Lord Alan

  • All-female Ocean's Eleven reboot gets summer 2018 release date, starring Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway and Cate Blanchett

    It is set to be the biggest female-led blockbuster, but movie fans will have to wait two whole years in order to watch Ocean's Eleven's reboot, entitled Ocean's 8. Warner Bros Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures have announced the star-studded spinoff, which will is set to star Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway and Cate Blanchett, will be released in US cinemas on Friday, June 8, 2018. According to Deadline, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Elizabeth Banks and rapper-actress Awkwafina have also been roped in to complete the incredible all-girl squad. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Ocean's Eleven's reboot, Ocean's 8, will be released in 2018 The Hollywood

  • Strictly Come Dancing week 3: Find out what the stars are dancing for movie week

    This weekend on Strictly Come Dancing will see our favourite celebrities and their dancing partners go Hollywood with their movie-themed performances. From a steamy Moulin Rouge Salsa to a Mission Impossible Tango, find out what the glitzy couples have in store this week… Just getting through last week's elimination after being unable to compete in the Dance Off due to injury, Anastacia and her partner Brendan will be dancing to Twilight theme song A Thousand Years by Christina Perri while dancing the Viennese Waltz. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERYJudge Rinder will be dancing to Meet the Flintstones Louise Redknapp, who is tied top of the leader board,

  • The trailer for Natalie Portman's Jackie is here - watch the video!

    Natalie Portman's performance in Jackie, a biopic about Jackie Kennedy, has been surrounded by an Oscars buzz, and following the release of the first teaser trailer it is easy to see why. In the trailer, Natalie portrays the First Lady to President John F. Kennedy, showing clips as she goes through the horrific open car shooting to dealing with the aftermath of the assassination, which includes a dramatic scene of her attending her husband's funeral. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Although the trailer has very little dialogue, The Black Swan star's performance has already been praised by fans anticipating the film.

  • The Apprentice's first eliminated contestant admits: 'I thought Rebecca was going home'

    SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THURSDAY'S EPISODE OF THE APPRENTICE Lord Sugar and his popular TV show The Apprentice have returned with a bang – and the first firing in the first episode. Michelle found herself in the boardroom, fighting for her place against Alana and Rebecca. The project manager of the girls' team has spoken to HELLO! Online, revealing who she thought was going to be fired. "I thought it would be Rebecca, I thought I was safe," said Michelle. "I felt, and the girls had expressed, that I was one of the strongest candidates in