Benedict Cumberbatch and John Malkovich each made their Comic-Con debuts - as themselves and as their first animated characters.
Pudsey the dog looks to have bitten off more than he can chew with his movie debut as the film was beaten at the box office by a concert by violinist Andre Rieu.
Marvel premiere's their latest summer Blockbuster
Last Sunday I happened to catch the original The Planet Of The Apes on television.
Up-and-coming actress Christina Chong is the latest British performer to be linked to the forthcoming Star Wars film.
Ben Whishaw is replacing Colin Firth as the voice of Paddington in the upcoming film.
A Touch of Sin (15)
IN decades to come, the now three-year-old son of director Matt Reeves will have quite the baby box to rifle through.
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard is to make a new documentary chronicling the early part of The Beatles' career, with the full support of the band and their families.
Hollywood producer joins cycling film
Director Richard Linklater is a dab hand at playing with time.
In Bloom (15)
The night before our interview, I watch my favourite Gary Lewis scene again.
Dr Lucy Worsley's new history documentary Tales From The Royal Wardrobe (BBC Four, Monday, 9pm) was witty and colourful, but was it sexist?
Begin Again (15)
EVERY documentary maker is a treasure hunter.
A Glasgow student is preparing to enter a galaxy far away after being cast in the new Star Wars film.
Cycling with Moliere (15)
We tend to associate Scandinavian fare these days with hardboiled TV detectives and gritty big-screen thrillers.
The first time I met Ethan Hawke he was lying on the floor of his hotel room.
There was a revolution in television in the 1990s and, as with most revolutions, I didn't really approve.
Noel Clarke walks into Edinburgh's Caledonian Hotel wearing a smile and an Iron Man T-shirt.