• Lily James has hinted that she is in talks over a Downton Abbey film

    Lily James has hinted that a Downton Abbey movie might be on the way – and that she will be involved! The Cinderella actress spoke about at the possibility of a movie adaptation of the popular period drama at the Los Angeles premiere of her new film, Baby Driver. Chatting to the Press Association, she said: "There's definitely rumours and discussions going on." When asked if she was involved, she coyly replied: "Um, maybe!"   READ: Lily James and Richard Madden reunite for stage production of Romeo and Juliet Lily hinted at her involvement in the movie The show creator Julian Fellowes has

  • Gary Barlow's talent show Let It Shine not returning for second series

    Gary Barlow's talent show Let It Shine won't be back on the BBC next year. Despite the cancellation, the BBC have not ruled out its return in the future. The Take That singer grouped amateur singers into boybands, which saw them compete for a chance to perform in a stage production based around the music of the British pop group. In a statement released to HELLO! Online, Gary said: "We had a fantastic time making Let It Shine and the response has been absolutely amazing. The musical itself has broken records for the fastest selling theatre tour in UK history,

  • This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield show support to Borough Market following terror attack

    Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield showed their support to the traders from Borough Market as they filmed This Morning live from the area on Thursday morning. The presenters spoke to restaurant owners and tried out the food at the popular dining space, just one day after the market re-opened following the terror attack which killed eight people at the start of this month. Friend of the market @MarkEHix and @itvthismorning @PhilipScoffield @hollywills cooking with market produce LIVE #LoveBorough 💚 pic.twitter.com/tWPrEuTrdK — Borough Market (@boroughmarket) June 15, 2017   STORY: Borough Market to reopen following terrorist attack Phillip, 55, told the audience: "We're a mile away