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Lily-Rose Depp wears slip dress while house hunting in LA

Lily-Rose Depp and boyfriend Ash Stymest are eager to take their relationship to the next level as they met with a real estate agent to help them find the dwelling.

Literary agent Felicity, 36, was truly radiant in a form-fitting red dress and quirky glasses as she joined her suited-and-booted husband, 56, for a thrilling day of tennis.

Anna Chlumsky was flustered when presented with her nomination on Thursday. The star was presenting the nominations for the 69th Emmys when were Moore gave her the news.

The mother-of-five was called the 'worst neighbour ever' by residents in East Sussex who alleged that she has been disrupting their close and urged her to move house.

New dad George Clooney was spotted enjoying the Italian scenery as he took a road trip with a pal on Thursday, leaving wife Amal and little Ella and Alexander at home for the day.

Alicia Vikander flaunts her flirty beach style in Ibiza

Alicia Vikander proved her style credentials do not stop on the shores as she hit the beach alongside male model Jon Kortajarena in Ibiza on Thursday. 







Annette Bening portrays Hollywood actress Gloria Grahame in a movie about how an ordinary Liverpudlian family looked after the Oscar-winner in their spare room when she fell ill.

The drama, based on O'Neill's own family, will begin previewing at Wyndham's Theatre in late January with an official first night in February. The season runs until early April.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The Take That-themed musical The Band, featuring songs by the legendary pop group, has already sold £10 million-worth of tickets - three months before a nationwide tour begins.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Chris Evans is looking tough-guy fit: honed and toned with biceps bulging. He's Captain America on screen the last dude you'd expect to get misty eyed over his leading lady.

Hugh Laurie shattered the mould with his spine-tingling menace as the billionaire arms dealer Richard Roper in BBC's The Night Manager (pictured). But could he have played the hero?

Martin Provost's film starring Catherine Deneuve, left and Catherine Frot, right, is a beautiful thing, full of sorrow, regret, salvation and vegetable growing.

Aged, her eyes like glittering lasers in wrinkled papery skin, Shirley MacLaine can still stop traffic with a glare and a shrug. The end of this film is moving, but there's fun on the way.

The U.S. reviews of this film have been distinctly mediocre, but I loved it, maybe because I'm a sucker for a really good screen misanthrope. And Woody Harrelson's Wilson is right up there.

This is more like it, Marvel! The tone is less portentously galactic than usual: think Harry- Potter-meets-James Bond, with Tom Holland as a frankly adorable young Spidey for us Mums to coo over.

Norman, with its unwieldy sub-title The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer, is a quietly compelling gem of a movie.

We all like a few hieroglyphics with our hokum, but this is too much, an absolute barrage of digitally enhanced silliness that not even Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe can save.

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