Callum Turner: ‘I was a big stoner… a real addict’
The star of ‘The Capture’ and the new adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’ talks to Ellie Harrison about his unusual upbringing among nightclub eccentrics, overcoming addiction, learning to hold a teacup like a 19th-century man about town, and how the working class are portrayed on TV
Steve Martin and Martin Short: ‘We’re past hosting the Oscars’
The veteran comedy stars have formed a stand-up double act that is coming to the UK. They talk to Adam White about friendship, parenthood, not being cynical and why hosting awards shows has changed in the age of social media... all while relentlessly making fun of one another
From Love Story to Fifty Shades: Why proper tear-jerkers are over
‘Love Story’ is being re-released in the US this month in time for Valentine’s Day to mark its 50th anniversary, but when it comes to romantic dating movies in Hollywood, humour has now become their main ingredient, says Geoffrey Macnab
Is A Fish Called Wanda still funny?
A restored version of the 1988 heist farce screens at the Berlin Film Festival later this month, and what works has as much to do with the craft of John Cleese and director Charles Crichton as the squashed lapdogs and swallowed fish, says Geoffrey Macnab