It's Downton not Downtown! TV stars rename subway stop in honour of their visit to the Big Apple

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Hugh Bonneville who plays Lord Grantham, shared a photo on Twitter of the cast posing for an informal group shot under a New York subway 'Downtown' sign.

'He had me at hello, it's Mick': Gaga goes Gothic as she reveals she set to support the Stones

'He had me at hello, it's Mick': Lady Gaga steps out in bizarre Gothic ensemble as she reveals she's supporting Rolling Stones

The tiered floor-length open-fronted dress revealed the star's bra and her sky-high platform heels as she teetered through the city's Vnukovo airport.


Paris Hilton leaves NOTHING to the imagination in bizarre cut-out bikini top

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The 31-year-old socialite opted for the odd colourful top, which featured two tiny pieces of fabric across her breasts to conceal her modesty.

Generous: Charlie Sheen has donated $75,000 to a little girl battling cancer

The actor had been speaking to a policeman in Hermosa Beach in California, when he discovered the officer's 10-year-old daughter, Jasmine, had been diagnosed with Childhood Rhabdomyosarcoma.

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The 24-year-old singer explained the music mogul has given him his blessing to 'stay true' to himself as he launches his career.

Getting ready for baby's first Christmas: Chantelle Houghton dotes on daughter Dolly as they take a breather from shopping

Reality TV star claimed she has met Alex's alleged new girlfriend Victoria Rose.

A modern-day homage to Fantine? Les Mis star Anne wears bondage-style gladiator heels

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The heavily buckled heels trailed all the way up the actress's legs to her thigh and featured cut-out detailing at the knee.







To the stage: James McAvoy will star as the Scottish king in a new production of Macbeth

James McAvoy will play Macbeth in a radical production to be played in the round in a newly configured Trafalgar Studio in Whitehall to be known as Traf Transformed.

Toast of the town: Rachel Weisz is in the running for an Oscar

The actress was named best actress by the influential New York Film Critics Circle for her role in The Deep Blue Sea, based on a Fifties Terence Rattigan play about a woman completely overtaken by passion.

Getting back together? The Spice Girls - from left to right, Mel B, Mel C, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham - could be considering a longer-term reunion

As the Spice Girls prepare to reunite for the premiere of their new musical Viva Forever! there’s a growing prospect this might not be the final chapter for the girl group.

On my own: Samantha Barks as Eponine in Les Miserables

Samantha Barks is so lovely, so natural as Eponine in the movie version of Les Miserables that you might be forgiven for thinking she’s made a lot of films, writes BAZ BAMIGBOYE.

Racy role: Nicole Kidman, snapped on the set of film Grace, 'made Zac Efron a man'

Zac Efron said he grew up during the four weeks he worked with Nicole Kidman on set of new film The Paperboy, in which they have some racy scenes, writes BAZ BAMIGBOYE.

Co-stars: Charlotte Rampling as Anna Welles and Gabriel Byrne as D.C.I. Bernie Reid

This is clearly meant to be a calling card for its first-time director, Barnaby Southcombe, so perhaps it shouldn't be judged too harshly as there are signs of promise in the stylishness of the shooting.

So bad, it's still not good: Miley Cyrus stars as a small-town singer recruited by an FBI agent

The one-time singer plays a small-town photographer improbably recruited by an FBI agent (Jeremy Piven) to go undercover in a snooty college sorority.

The Good, The Bad And The Portly: Russell Crowe Jack Knife in The Man With The Iron Fists

While presented by Quentin himself, this is sadly the work of a much inferior talent, the hip-hop DJ rapper RZA, who fancies himself as director, writer and star.

Barking: Colin Farrell, left, and Sam Rockwell, right, in Seven Psychopaths - the follow-up to In Bruges

After the cult success of In Bruges, Martin McDonagh’s second film as writer-director, Seven Psychopaths, arrives as one of the year’s most eagerly awaited films.

Good-looking: Jeremy Irvine as Pip, Tamzin Outhwaite and Robbie Coltrane as Jagger in Great Expectations

Mike Newell has made a handsome film that will bring Charles Dickens's classic novel to a new generation of filmgoers, writes CHRIS TOOKEY.

Performance of his career: Hugh Jackman is the star of the new Les Miserables, seen here with Isabelle Allen as Young Cosette

Tom Hooper's casting of Hugh Jackman, giving the screen performance of his career, as the unfairly pursued fugitive Jean Valjean is a masterstroke because Jackman anchors the film with aplomb.