• Beyoncé top choice to voice Nala in live-action Lion King remake

    Beyoncé is reportedly the top choice to voice Nala in the upcoming Lion King live-action remake. According to Variety, sources have revealed that the director of the upcoming adaptation, Jon Favreau, and the studio will do "whatever it takes" to make the filming work with her schedule. Fans have already reacted with delight to the news, with one tweeting: "Bey is the ONLY choice for Nala. Nala the Queen. Beyoncé the QUEEN. Game over." Another joked: "Me: I don't need a Lion King remake. Them: Beyoncé is gonna voice Nala. Me: ahhhhhhh zabenyaaaaaaaa." READ: All of your favourite Princesses are joining

  • This Morning pay tribute to Denise Robertson one year after her death

    This Morning has paid tribute to late agony aunt Denise Robertson, just one year on from her death. The TV star, who passed away at the age of 83 after losing her battle with cancer last year, was remembered by her only son Mark Robertson during Friday’s instalment of the ITV daytime show. Recalling a moment when he woke up in the middle of the night to see his mother on TV. Mark revealed it was difficult to see the footage of her. "In time they'll be a boon to me," he explained. This Morning has paid tribute to late

  • Zac Efron reveals Hugh Jackman saved him from burning building after fire got out of control

    Zac Efron has revealed he was unwittingly rescued from a burning building by Hugh Jackman on the set of their upcoming film, The Greatest Showman. The 29-year-old told MTV that a scripted moment turned into reality when pyrotechnics overheated during filming for a scene, which called for Hugh's character, legendary showman PT Barnum, to carry his assistant Philip out of a house in flames. "It started to get late, and some of the pyrotechnics got a little bit too hot," Zac explained during an appearance at CinemaCon this week. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Zac Efron has revealed he was saved from a

  • Only Fools and Horses stars Nicholas Lyndhurst and Sir David Jason talk reunion

    Only Fools and Horses stars Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst have revealed that their beloved characters Del Boy and Rodney will not be making a return to our television screens. Reunited at the National Film Awards on Wednesday, the actors confessed that there won't be any more episodes because script writer John Sullivan - who passed away in 2011 - is no longer around. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Nicholas explained: "We can't do 'Fools and Horses' again as the writers are not there. It will never happen. It ended on a high." Sir David, 77, added: "When