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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Merseybeat is back for a new life of Brian 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The movie is called Midas Man, after the man with the golden touch who, in addition to The Beatles, also helped launch the careers of Gerry And The Pacemakers.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Rebecca Hall gives her all directing drama that's close to home 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The story of Passing is based on a 100-page novella by Nella Larsen, published in 1929 at the height of what's known as the Harlem Renaissance.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Dame Judi Dench lets rip on retirement! 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Dame Judi Dench, one of the few grand acting dames still working, insists that, at 86, she has absolutely no intention of slowing down. She stars in Kenneth Branagh's 'Belfast'.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Rebecca Ferguson brings her Mission Impossible spice to sci-fi classic Dune 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Rebecca Ferguson plays the complex Lady Jessica Atreides, described as 'a spiritual concubine soldier of the female order of the Bene Gesserit'. It's a pivotal role.

Portraying Princess Diana left me feeling a 'spooky kind of power', says Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart  said she had steeled herself for the 'daunting and exceptionally harrowing experience' of portraying Princess Diana.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Musical to lay bare the Osmonds 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Osmondmania is revving up again - 50 years after the boy band were at the height of their success - with a new musical showing the flip side of fame.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Brace yourselves for Bridgerton's sex adventure! 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Jonathan Bailey, who plays Anthony Bridgerton on TV and Hollywood leading man Taron Egerton will star in a provocatively titled play about sexual identity and gender labelling.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Why it's my time to fly, by Lashana, the new DOUBLE-O
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Lashana Lynch wants people to know that she didn't just 'fall out of the sky' and into the biggest role of her career playing a double-O agent with a licence to kill.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: It's the best of British for Alan Bennett's black comedy 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The playwright's last work, hospital drama Allelujah!, has been adapted by Heidi Thomas, creator of the BBC's award-winning Call The Midwife.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Buckle up for the return of Moulin Rouge's can-can do attitude! 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: On Monday, Liisi LaFontaine begins rehearsals for the London production of Broadway smash success Moulin Rouge!, which starts previews at the Piccadilly Theatre.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Busy Ruth Wilson is obsessed with her new role
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Ruth Wilson was in a candid frame of mind as she spoke of how she tapped into past relationships to understand the psychology of infatuation.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Women should be proud to out-earn men, says Jessica Chastain
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Film star Jessica Chastain, an outspoken advocate for Hollywood gender equality, says women should never feel guilty about being more successful than their partner.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: None shall sleep when Jennifer Hudson is on the screen 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: A good song will always get Jennifer Hudson's attention - even if it's bellowed at her, out of tune, across a canal.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Dark drama Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart, captures Princess Diana's despair 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The melodrama that is Spencer will be unveiled at the Venice Film Festival today. Starring Kristen Stewart as Diana, it will enjoy red carpet glamour at its world premiere.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Emilia Jones' trek from Shrek to Tinseltown
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Emilia Jones was nine when she made her professional stage debut in the musical Shrek, with the show's star Amanda Holden watching over her like a benevolent fairy godmother.


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