The New York premiere of The Interview, a comedy about the assassination of North Korea's president, is cancelled amid threats from hackers.
The names of the finalists for this year's series of The Apprentice are apparently revealed ahead of time due to a glitch on the show's website.
Ben Haenow is heading for Christmas number one as he increases his lead in the midweek charts, just three days after winning the X Factor.
Two decades after its London premiere, City of Angels returns to the stage at London's Donmar Warehouse.
Comedian and Bad Education star Jack Whitehall is named 'king of comedy' at the British Comedy Awards for the third year in succession.
Charges will not be filed against comedian Bill Cosby over allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl in 1974, US prosecutors say.
A theatre will not be prosecuted following the collapse of part of its ceiling which injured 88 people, Westminster City Council decides.
US illustrator Norman Bridwell, creator of the Clifford the Big Red Dog books, dies at the age of 86.
The Big Lebowski, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory are among 25 new additions to the US National Film Registry.
The Leicester band are named in eight categories including best British band.
Technology behemoth Apple has been found not guilty of engaging in anti-competitive behaviour by a jury in California.
A portrait of a younger Mona Lisa, believed to have been painted by Leonardo da Vinci, has gone on display for the first time in Singapore.
American singer Jimmy Osmond posts a video of himself being breathalysed by police officers in Llandudno.
Paddington author Michael Bond writes a new short story about the Peruvian bear for BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
A South Yorkshire museum is awarded a grant of £700,000 after several years of minimum funding.
A London theatre where a stage manager was paralysed in a fall through an unmarked balcony door is fined £20,000.
Mr Turner, director Mike Leigh's biopic about the British landscape painter JMW Turner, is nominated for seven awards by the London Film Critics' Circle.
The final instalment of The Hobbit, The Battle of the Five Armies, tops the UK box office
Angelina Jolie says the US must "lead the way" against torture in its policies, following a report revealing the CIA's "brutal" treatment of terror suspects.
Rock band The Who postpone two concerts in London as frontman Roger Daltrey is suffering from a throat infection.
Dame Fanny Waterman is stepping down as chairwoman and artistic director of the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition.
Sam Smith, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are all booked to play at the Brit Awards 2015 in February.
Former BBC DJ Chris Denning is jailed for 13 years for sexually abusing boys in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
The US take on ITV hit drama Broadchurch, starring David Tennant, will not return for a second series.
TV and radio correspondent Allan Little, who covered the first Gulf War and the Rwandan genocide, is to leave the BBC at the end of December.
Sue Johnston talks to BBC Breakfast about life in the Downton Abbey cast ahead of the Christmas special
Hackers who targeted Sony Pictures are threatening to attack cinemas showing the studio's latest film.
A fan of Erasure sparked an impromptu singalong on the London Underground with his own version of the band's A Little Respect.
a Bob Dylan super-fan was treated to a private performance by the singer at Philadelphia's Academy of Music.
Clint Eastwood talks about why he wanted to make his new film American Sniper