Paramount Pictures apologises over a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles poster featuring the characters jumping from an exploding skyscraper alongside the release date of 11 September.
Actress Sally Farmiloe, who appeared in Howards' Way and had an affair with Lord Archer during the 1990s, dies of cancer at the age of 60.
Rolf Harris's five-year-and-nine-month jail sentence over sex offences will not be referred to the appeal court, despite 150 complaints over its "leniency".
Two lawyers acting for a man who claims he was sexually abused by X-Men director Bryan Singer as a teenager ask to withdraw from the case.
Movie directors including Quentin Tarantino and JJ Abrams lead an attempt to save the last Kodak factory that manufactures physical film stock.
Secret Cinema's screenings of Back to the Future are to begin in London on Thursday after the opening week was cancelled.
Unesco contacts the Irish government asking for a report on the use of a County Kerry island for filming the new Star Wars film.
A ban on steel-string guitars in prison cells in England and Wales is reversed after a campaign by rock stars including Billy Bragg and Johnny Marr.
Critics say Gillian Anderson gives the performance of her career in A Streetcar Named Desire at London's Young Vic.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has easily held on to the top spot in the UK and Ireland box office in its second week of release.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's company, Really Useful Group, is to sue over a cancelled US tour of Jesus Christ Superstar.
The supermarket chain is now playing signed and unsigned music artists throughout its UK stores.
Tracey Emin's controversial artwork My Bed is to return to the Tate after being sold by Charles Saatchi for £2.2m earlier this month.
Two Pussy Riot activists who were imprisoned for performing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral are suing the Russian government.
A UK survey of book buying habits finds the fall in people buying books as gifts is a 'concerning trend' for the industry.
A smartphone app to help theatre-goers follow plays in other languages is being launched by a theatre company in Wales.
Donna Tartt's best-selling novel The Goldfinch is to be turned into a film, with Rush Hour director Brett Ratner among its producers.
James Shigeta, one of the first prominent Asian-American actors who memorably appeared in 1988 film Die Hard as business executive Mr Takagi, dies aged 81.
Scarlett Johansson's action thriller Lucy comes out on top in a box office tussle with Hercules, the latest vehicle for former wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Former members of Lostprophets say they originally hoped child abuse reports about singer Ian Watkins were a "mistake" and now want to move forward.
Grammy winning singer Linda Ronstadt is awarded the National Medal of Arts - the highest arts honour in the US.
The father of the late singer Amy Winehouse is releasing a new record to raise money for the charity that bears her name.
Lord Coe indicates that he has withdrawn from the race to be the next chairman of the BBC Trust.
Top Gear's Burma special in which Jeremy Clarkson used a racial term broke broadcasting guidelines, Ofcom rules.
Doctor Who is preparing to take to the stage with live music and a cast of 100 actors and singers along with Daleks and Cybermen in the line-up.
The BBC's Rebecca Jones talks to Krautrocker Irmin Schmidt and author David Stubbs.
As a theatrical version of one of her books arrives in the West End, Dame Jacqueline Wilson has been talking to the BBC about the responsibilities of being a writer for children.
Former members of Lostprophets have talked at their "shock" at finding out singer Ian Watkins was a paedophile.
Justin Bieber won an award for his work with Make-A-Wish Foundation at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards on Sunday night.
Felix Klieser is a professional French horn player who was born with no arms.