Olivia de Havilland: An appreciation of a screen legend

Olivia de Havilland was one of the leading movie stars during the golden age of Hollywood. In fact, the double Academy Award winner was one of the last surviving cast members of numerous classic films from the 1930s and 1940s, including 'Gone with the Wind.' On July 26, 2020, less than a month after celebrating her 104th birthday, the beloved actress passed away. Intrigued by her story? Browse this gallery to look back on the life of a true Hollywood legend.

BBC EastEnders star Louisa Lytton finally getting married to fiancé in Italy after being forced to cancel 3 times due to Covid

Louisa shared the exciting news on Instagram that she is finally marrying her long-term partner after two years

Sugababes recall Glastonbury gig as 'such a celebration' of their reunion after huge crowd

The performance drew in immense crowds.

Stranger Things season 4 volume 2 ending explained – Who died?

Anyone but that!

15 Royal Family Conspiracy Theories That Will Rattle You

Cannibals and vampires and reptile queens, oh my!

Serse review – new ensemble bring circus, and scissors, to Handel’s Persian opera

This was the first opera from the new period-instrument ensemble Figure, and it was billed as a semi-staging, a description that did no justice to Sam Rayner’s production. Who needed sets, when Rayner effectively had six pieces of human scenery to play with? And play is the word: these six actors and acrobats moved in often mischievous ways, constantly changing the space and the energy around the singers. One moment they were obsequious...

Celebs who worked in finance before they were famous

When it comes to celebs, we instinctively associate them with what they are famous for. We think that actors were always actors, musicians were always musicians, and so on and so forth. Of course, that couldn't be further from the truth. Many stars had another career, if not multiple, before the one that saw them rise to fame. And this includes careers in finance. Check out this gallery to find out which celebs worked in finance before they were famous.

This canceled CBS show was just revived by NBC

Earlier this year CBS annouced it was axing its Magnum P.I. reboot after four seasons — but NBC has stepped in to revive the popular action-drama show.

Miles Teller's grandma launches campaign for him to be next James Bond

Miles Teller's grandmother is convinced the actor is the perfect replacement for Daniel Craig so she's started an online campaign to make her grandson the next James Bond.

Is it time Britons quit smoking altogether? Here's our verdict

Is the generation gap a hard border or something more porous? One might assume that the older generation has fixed ideas about the way we live now – that e-scooters and mindfulness apps are not worth entertaining and that the greenbelt and opera must be defended at all costs. Similarly, millennials are surely all in favour of plant-based milks and ...

Big Time Rush star Kendall Schmidt gets engaged

Big Time Rush star Kendall Schmidt is engaged to marry his girlfriend Mica von Turkovich after proposing at the New York venue where they first met in 2012.

Why Marlon Brando's most difficult role was playing himself

Marlon Brando's career spanned some 60 years during which he appeared in some of cinema's most iconic and influential films. But Brando was always regarded as difficult to work with, a fact compounded by his tumultuous private life which at times was tinged with sadness and tragedy. A complex man, Brando became disillusioned with Hollywood and made only a handful of films in his later years. But his legacy is the undeniable cultural impact he made on 20th-century film and his enduring appeal as one of moviedom's most exciting and dynamic stars. Click through the gallery for a look back at the wild and complicated life of Marlon Brando.

Movie titles that gave away the plot

Movie titles can range from abstract to explicit. Sure, most of them do give us a hint about the plot, but some go even further when it comes to being descriptive. When we go see a movie called 'Snakes on a Plane,' we surely don't expect a rom-com. In fact, we expect to watch a movie about snakes on a plane! And there are many more titles that give away the plot, and some even the ending of the movie. Curious? Click through this gallery and check out the movie titles that gave it away.

Megxit: Autopsy of a royal fairy-tale

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's split from the royal family was one of the biggest news events from the British royals since the days of Princess Diana. The unprecedented move shocked the world and showed that the British monarch's long-reigning tradition of silence and stoicism may not hold for much longer. The infamous Oprah interview revealed the royal couple's reasons for separating themselves from the royal institution, exposing a terribly dark side to their supposed fairy-tale. In response to the allegations made in the interview, staffers of Buckingham Palace fired back in an article in The Times, claiming that they had been bullied by Meghan Markle. The palace announced their intention to investigate, and more than a year later, that investigation has finally been concluded. A palace aide confirmed this on July 29, but said that the results would not be made public. Sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex say they are disappointed that the conclusions won't be shared. They maintain that the allegations were simply another attack on Markle's character and a further attempt to discredit her. So, what really happened? The only way to understand that is to go back to the beginning. From their tale of romance to resignation, to a renewed sense of purpose, click through to see the biggest royal crisis in decades, and what Harry and Meghan have been up to since then.

Chef Big Zuu: ‘Why is it that the only black chef on TV is Ainsley Harriott? ’

The TV Baftas in May were mostly a predictable affair. Jodie Comer won for her Covid drama Help, Sean Bean for his turn as a prison inmate in Time, Matthew Macfadyen for Succession. In this procession of household names, the chef, musician and presenter Big Zuu came out of nowhere. Wearing a bright-yellow hoodie, flanked by his co-presenters Tubsey...

Glyndebourne soprano accuses Dominic Raab of elitism over Angela Rayner jibe

A Glyndebourne soprano has accused Dominic Raab of elitism after he described Angela Rayner’s attendance at the festival as “champagne socialism”. Soraya Mafi will make her Glyndebourne debut on Saturday as Morgana in a new production of Handel’s Alcina. Mafi said she was frustrated to hear a government minister suggest that opera was not for the w...

Margaret Keane, artist whose ‘Big Eyes’ paintings were passed off as his own by her controlling husband – obituary

Margaret Keane, who has died aged 94, was an American artist whose kitschy paintings of big-eyed children became a sensation in the 1950s and 1960s, when they sold in their millions around the world in prints and postcards – though under the name of her husband Walter, who passed them off as his own. The story of his deception and the way the truth...

Amanda Holden says her daughter is 'not allowed' to go on Love Island

The presenter, 51, revealed that , Lexi, 16, is 'obsessed' with the dating series but she has banned the teen from following in the footsteps of Micheal Owen's daughter, Gemma, 19.

‘Aphex Twin pours water on my meltdowns’: Guardian readers on the songs that soothe them

Stephanie Grisham, Donald Trump’s former press secretary, claimed this week that on occasion, in order to calm the president’s fury, an aide would be brought in to play him his favourite music – including Memory from the musical Cats. In light of the revelation, we asked our readers which songs they used to calm themselves in moments of high stress. Brian Eno’s Discreet Music The first is Brian Eno’s Discreet Music, from a 1975 album of the same...

Noel and Anais Gallagher and pose for a mural portrait at his studio

The 55-year-old and his daughter posed for a portrait as artists The Postman installed a larger than life mural at his North London Studio last Tuesday.

Heartstopper stars join Celebrity Gogglebox for Pride special

They'll be watching Glastonbury and Scream.

The highs and lows of Pamela Anderson

She's probably the world's most popular 'lifeguard.' Well, at least she was in the '90s when teenage boys had posters of her covering their bedroom walls. Pamela Anderson is undoubtedly one of the sexiest female icons of the '90s. A model, actress, and activist, she found success in the TV show 'Baywatch,' and the rest is history. But the former Playmate also has a history of troubled relationships as well as her fair share of scandals. And she's still making big moves! The 55-year-old actress made her Broadway debut on April 12 in the role of Roxie Hart in the long-running musical 'Chicago.' An audience member at the show told People magazine that "the audience went insane" for Anderson and that she looked "flawless" in the role of Hart, pictured in a black leotard and fishnets with a cropped blonde look at curtain call. "She just looked like she was having a great time at the end of the show," the audience member added. In this gallery, we look back at Pamela Anderson's life, from her career to her personal life. Click on!

27 Actresses In Truly Iconic '80s Movie Roles

From Alien to Star Wars.

Neighbours’ final show date confirmed after ending 37 years on TV

The long-running Australian soap will air a final double episode special later this month

The Daily Lowdown: Selena Gomez drop huge music hint to fans

HELLO!'s Daily Lowdown podcast is here to give you all of the best celebrity and music news...

From Metallica to Moby, your next Stranger Things musical obsessions

From Metallica to Moby, your next Stranger Things musical obsessions - We round up the biggest hitters from a jam-packed season four

Brian Dowling: I was so fearful to come out as gay because of my religion

Brian Dowling was so "fearful" to come out as gay because of his Irish Catholic upbringing.

Proof that Diana was a Gen-Z star, 25 years ahead of her time

A couple of days ago I went to a screening of The Princess, a new documentary about Diana, Princess of Wales. It is hard to believe but this September it will be 25 years since the People’s Princess was fatally injured in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris in a drunken car crash. It was a defining moment; my parent’s generation talk about where the...

12 Underrated '80s And '90s Animated Movies


Peter Andre and son Junior embrace at awards show as teenager launches own music career

Peter is proud as punch of his son.

Til DEATH us do part?! These celebs were MURDERED by their loved ones

Losing a celebrity always breaks our heart, but it becomes even more shocking if their loved ones are involved. Take a look through which celebrities passed away at the hands of their partners or family members, and which other ones ended with ended the lives of their own loved ones.

Barbie makers release David Bowie doll to celebrate 50th anniversary of Hunky Dory

The creators of Barbie have released a new David Bowie-inspired doll to mark the 50th anniversary of the Hunky Dory album. But is this the first time the music legend has been honoured by Barbie? View on euronews

The Oscar-winning movies you should watch before you die

Make sure you tick these award-winning movies off your watch list

Block rockin' eats: 22 of our favorite songs that reference food

From rap to rock, and pop to hip hop, here are 22 foods mentioned in songs.

Thinking the unthinkable: is Hollywood really going to make a sequel to ET?

Lord of the Rings is unfilmable; nobody will ever better Sean Connery in the role of James Bond; Top Gun will never get a sequel … a lot of unshakable Hollywood totems of received thinking have been rudely toppled by the march of time. Could ET be next on the list of movies that you never expected would get a sequel but does? It’s still unlikely, honestly. But you know the money men in Hollywood have got one eye on Top Gun: Maverick’s current...

England's oldest hit makers: The 25 greatest English rock bands

We're talking bands that are considered English (prominent membership or classic lineups featuring English musicians), not British, which means greats like Queen, Cream or Dire Straits — that tend to be under the moniker of British bands — won't be on this list.

Adele returns to UK for sell out Hyde Park show as Ed Sheeran performs at Wembley Stadium

British superstars Adele and Ed Sheeran will both be performing in London at the same time tonight. Adele will be at Hyde Park, while Sheeran will rock out at Wembley Stadium.

10 best superhero theme songs of all time

Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na best superhero theme songs

Prince William praises 'inspirational' Diana Award winners

Prince William has praised an "inspirational" group of young people who have won the Diana Award this year.

The Proclaimers to release ‘political’ new album Dentures Out featuring Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield

Scottish music legends The Proclaimers have announced their new album, Dentures Out, will arrive in September.

Celebrity Headshots From Before They Were Famous

These stars look so young!

Five things to watch this June - from Daisy Edgar Jones' latest TV drama to the return of 'The Great'

Your small screen highlights for this month

31 Photos of Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Being PYTs

Kate Middleton who?

All-star cast including Andrew Scott and Claire Foy revealed as film crew takes over home in Croydon

The film is loosely based on a Japanese novel called Strangers

James Bay: ‘To be a man talking about mental health still doesn’t feel accepted’

In 2019, James Bay seemed to be having the time of his life. His number one debut album of anthemic indie-pop, Chaos and the Calm, had been streamed a staggering six billion times, he had just supported Ed Sheeran on his European stadium tour and he was preparing to record his third album in Nashville. “But underneath, I was having a bit of a crash...

Ukraine protests over Russian film screening at Czech film festival

Organisers said they consider the Russian movie indirectly critical of the current Russian leadership.

30+ Actors Who Have Been Fired from a TV Show or Movie

It happens to the best of the best.

Lorraine Kelly toasts Deborah James as she admits she 'hasn't processed' her death yet

Lorraine Kelly confessed she still hadn't processed Dame Deborah James' death on Friday, following the cancer campaigner passing away on Tuesday. The TV star and the podcast presenter worked together on an awareness campaigner prior to the mum-of-two dying of bowel cancer

Then and now: Hollywood's most iconic child stars

These celebs rose to stardom for roles they played when they were young. Some ended up becoming incredibly successful actors, others decided acting wasn't for them. In some cases, they grew up and fell in love! This was the case for 'Halloweentown' star Kimberly J. Brown. Brown played the lead character of Marnie in the 1998 Disney cult classic. In the 2001 sequel, 'Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge,' Daniel Kountz joined the cast as the male lead. The two child actors became friends, but didn't start dating for many years. They made their relationship Instagram official in 2018, and on June 30, 2022, Brown shared a photo of her diamond ringed and confirmed that the two are engaged! Needless to say, fans of the movies were losing it online. One Instagram user commented, "If you guys don't get married on Halloween I don't know what I'll do." Click here to see the "then and now" of Hollywood's most popular child stars!

Angela Lansbury's devastation after being abandoned by gay husband

Angela Lansbury was left distraught after her first husband left her with no warning and she later found out he was gay.