Tom Cruise replayed his entire movie career in a single take during an appearance on The Late Late Show this week – and it was everything! The 54-year-old Hollywood star, along with his host James Corden, covered everything from classics like Top Gun, Cocktail, Risky Business and Rain Man through to Tom's comedic cameo in Tropic Thunder. The pair also managed to recreate scenes from all of the Mission Impossible films, A Few Good Men as well as the famous 'Show Me The Money' scene from Jerry Maguire – which featured a very special appearance from Tom's co-star Cuba Gooding Jr.
Warner Bros. are planning to release a new film based on Roald Dahl's iconic character Willy Wonka, Variety reports. The upcoming movie will brought to the big screen by Harry Potter producer David Heyman, and written by The Secret Life Of Pets' Simon Rich. Children’s author Roald penned two novels featuring Wonka - 1964's Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and the 1972 sequel, Charlie And The Great Glass Elevator. The beloved character was famously portrayed by the late Gene Wilder in the iconic 1971 movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factor, and later by Johnny Depp in Tim Burton’s 2005 film Charlie and the Chocolate
Great British Bake Off fans were left distraught on Wednesday night when heartthrob Selasi Gbormittah became the next contestant to leave the tent. The famously cool and collected banker failed to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry during Patisserie Week, and was subsequently sent home after making it to the semi-final. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Selasi was eliminated from GBBO on Wednesday night His departure sent fans into a social media frenzy, with many taking to Twitter to share their hilarious reactions to the news that the Ghana-born baker would not appear in the final episode of the series. One Twitter user
Victoria has been given the royal seal of approval! According to Daisy Goodwin, scriptwriter of the ITV show, the royal family are among the millions of viewers who have tuned in to watch the period drama, which stars Jenna Coleman. It follows the story of the Queen's great-great grandmother, Queen Victoria, who came to the throne aged 18, so it's no surprise that the programme has piqued her family's interest. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Scriptwriter Daisy Goodwin with Jenna Coleman "I know someone who is a very old friend of the Queen's and I was told that the royal family is enjoying it hugely,"
Sarah Jessica Parker has revealed that she was fired from not one, but two animated movies. The 51-year-old actress spilled the beans during an interview on The Howard Stern Show this week, admitting that she lost her roles in Antz, in which she had been set to play Princess Bala, and later in the 2004 movie Home on the Range. "I was fired from Antz, that animated movie. Apparently I was a bad ant," Sarah told her host. "I had my own (voice) but then they brought in Sharon Stone, so I was like, 'Oh, you really did go a different (direction).
SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THURSDAY'S EPISODE OF THE APPRENTICE Project manager Oliver Nohl-Oser was the third casualty of Lord Sugar's boardroom on Thursday night's episode of The Apprentice. The sausage supremo, who owns a food distribution business, left Lord Sugar "confused" as to why Team Nebula's confectionary business failed in the task. "Oliver, your best hope for £250,000 is to buy yourself a scratch card. You're fired," said Lord Sugar, allowing Paul and Mukai to go back to the house. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY "Oliver, your best hope for £250,000 is to buy yourself a scratch card.