Audrey's been sorting out Cork people for ages.
Black ’47, out now - Revenge thriller set during the Irish Famine. Hugo Weaving, Barry Keoghan and Stephen Rea star.
As the French film festival reaches its end, Helen Barlow looks at this year’s hits, misses and talking points.
A few short years ago, Irish superstar Saoirse Ronan insisted she wouldn’t wear anything girlie. Carolyn Moore looks at her evolving fashion sense at the award ceremonies.
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Richard Armitage tells Esther McCarthy about filming Pilgrimage, a new film about monks being hunted by knights in the 13th Century
Juliette Binoche was elegant as ever at the Cannes Film Festival’s closing ceremony.
Well you can't suggest that Voyage of Time: Life's Journey doesn't have big ideas. This documentary wants to show the birth of the universe, the arrival of man and what the future might hold, all in 90 minutes.
Olivia Palermo is far too well groomed to have gotten ready for Paris Couture Week’s Schiaparelli show in the dark, so the series of decisions that lead to this look remain tough to square with her usually careful styling.
Terrence Malick is back with another utterly crazy film - this time he's taking on the creation of the Earth, the dawn of man and even more.
Mel Gibson has revealed that he had the chance to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Odin (Thor's dad), but turned it down.
The former star of ‘Friends’ Matt LeBlanc is proving a perfect choice to present the revamped ‘Top Gear’ writes Will Lawrence.
Florence Foster Jenkins 4/5
Creed star Tessa Thompson is joining Thor: Ragnarok, though her exact role is unknown.
Hail, Caesar! 4/5
Saoirse Ronan may have been robbed of her Oscar, but she wiped the carpet with her competition for best dressed.
Take a trip back to the Golden Age of Hollywood with the Coen Brothers this week, while also enjoying over the top action in London and being more than a little freaked out by a future horror classic.
Oscar-nominated celebrities have been urged to skip a $55,000 (€50,000) trip to Israel offered as part of an awards gift bag.
Juno Temple plays a starring role in the new Scorsese series on the crazy world of the New York music scene in the 1970s, writes Susan Griffin
Julie Kelleher, from Carrigaline, Co Cork, is the artistic director at the Everyman Theatre, as well as being a theatre director. She is producing an upcoming production of Juno and the Paycock at the Everyman Theatre, running from February 10–20.
It's that time of the year again, when the many months of awards season come to a close with the biggest and brightest - the Oscars.
Success keeps coming for the Irish actors.
The Cold War is heading for deep freeze as Bridge of Spies (12A) opens in 1957 with the capture of Russian spy Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance) in New York.
It's a big week for drama with new offerings featuring the likes of Johnny Depp and Cate Blanchett as well as plenty of Oscar hopes
We bring you a round up of all the latest news and reviews from the world of entertainment.
Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett joined the BFI Fellowship as she picked up the top accolade from actor Ian McKellen.
Emily Blunt took a fashion risk with this J.Mendel’s studded apron-dress at Variety’s 10 Mentors to Watch event in New York.
Here's the best of tonight's telly.
The first trailer for the new version of The Jungle Book is here, and it's coming from the director of Iron Man. Which is a bit weird.
Acclaimed Australian actress Cate Blanchett could be about to play entertainer Lucille Ball in a major biopic, scripted by none other than Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, Steve Jobs).
Studio Ghibli, Bourne, and a Cilla Black tribute are among the gems on TV tonight
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