Margaret Thatcher's husband Denis vetted a celebrity guest list for a showbusiness reception planned at Downing Street, newly released documents show.
James Gunn has been sacked as director of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 3 after old tweets emerged where he joked about paedophilia and rape.
Andrew Lincoln, star of The Walking Dead, has announced he will leave the show after the next series.
Four men have been charged with the murder of rapper XXXTentacion in Florida.
Sir Cliff Richard struggled to sleep during a "torturous" four-year privacy battle against the BBC which cost him £4m, his friend Gloria Hunniford has told Sky News.
Liam Gallagher appears to have put an end to any hope of an Oasis reunion just 15 hours after suggesting it should happen.
Liam Gallagher has offered the olive branch to his brother Noel, saying the pair should finally get "the Big O back together" and stop "f****** about".
The 100th Now That's What I Call Music compilation is released on Friday.
TV presenter Richard Bacon has left hospital days after coming out of a medically induced coma.
Now That's What I Call Music - the most recognisable compilation album in the world - is about to reach a major milestone.
This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Teenagers are now watching around an hour of YouTube every day, according to a new report which reveals a dramatic change in people's TV viewing habits.
Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.
Retired NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman has said he would like to introduce rapper Kanye West to Kim Jong Un so he can write a song about North Korea.
Sir Cliff Richard is to hear whether he has been successful in his years-long court battle against the BBC.
The most expensive movie ever made in China has been pulled after making just £5.5m ($7m/49.5m yuan) at the box office in its opening weekend.
Tom Cruise is renowned for performing all his own stunts in Mission: Impossible.
Netflix shares plunged in after-hours trading in New York after the company's latest results signalled it was facing stronger competition for customers.
Ten years after unexpectedly making cinema history, Mamma Mia is back with a prequel that looks like it could be both as camp and successful as the first time around.