Rihanna and Kim Kardashian have reportedly been targeted in the second hacking-related leak of nude photos in less than a month.
Emma Watson has given a powerful speech about gender equality where she said the fight for women's rights "has too often become synonymous with man-hating".
Sir Paul McCartney has signed up his famous friends for a new campaign to persuade people to cut down on the amount of meat they eat.
Actress Jessica Chastain has called for more education about depression as she paid tribute to her mentor, Robin Williams, at the UK premiere of her new film Salome.
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Thousands of campaigners have marched through central London to demand global action on climate change ahead of a UN summit of world leaders on Tuesday.
Emmy-winning actress Polly Bergen, who played the terrorised wife in the original Cape Fear film and more recently starred in Desperate Housewives, has died aged 84.
The British actor Jude Law says he is "overwhelmed" by the scale of the problem in the Congo after visiting one of the largest camps for those who've fled their homes to escape fighting.
A Freddie Mercury duet with Michael Jackson is among three previously unreleased tracks by Queen which will feature on a new album.
Cher is being sued for racial and age discrimination by three dancers who claim she wrongly fired them from her tour.
A judge has dismissed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by a celebrity hair stylist who accused singer Nicki Minaj of stealing his wig designs.
Angelina Jolie's surprise announcement last year that she had undergone a preventative double mastectomy has helped double referrals for genetic breast cancer tests.
Three people who starred in the television programme Benefits Street have denied plotting to supply crack cocaine, diamorphine and cannabis.
A woman who threatened to blow up, torture and castrate the actor Kevin Spacey has been sentenced to more than four years in prison.
Ben Affleck has admitted he did learn to count blackjack cards but said reports he was thrown out of casinos were untrue.
After years of saying "no" to starring in a film, Nick Cave's new docu-drama 20,000 Days On Earth has had its premiere.
Clownfish really do make epic journey like that over-protective father Marlin takes in the movie Finding Nemo in an attempt to track down his missing son, scientists have found.
Miley Cyrus is facing a fine or detention in Mexico after one of her dancers spanked her backside with the national flag during an Independence Day performance.
Emma Watson was greeted by hundreds of young people in Uruguay as she made an appearance at the country's parliament.
The Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in the film Easy Rider is heading to auction.
People wanting to watch this year's New Year's Eve fireworks display in the heart of London will have to pay £10 for a ticket.
A man is being treated in hospital after falling through the roof during a Topshop show at London Fashion Week.
EastEnders star Steve McFadden has accepted "substantial damages" from the publishers of the News Of The World (NOTW) newspaper and the Metropolitan Police.
Matt Damon and British director Paul Greengrass are reported to be in talks about making a new Bourne film.
The first official trailer for Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has been released, giving a hint of the violent rebellion against the Capitol's corrupt government.
George Clooney is to receive an honorary Golden Globe for his "outstanding" contributions both in front of and behind the camera.
Robin Thicke has revealed he was high on painkillers and alcohol when Blurred Lines became a hit and was "jealous" of Pharrell Williams' contribution to producing the song.
Apple has released a new tool which allows people to remove U2's new album from their iTunes library.
Barbra Streisand is releasing a new album compiled entirely of duets with other famous singers.
Los Angeles police officers who detained Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts acted appropriately, says the department.
Henri Matisse's "joyous" paper cut-outs have helped the Tate reach a new record for its most popular exhibition.
Idris Elba's portrayal of an escaped convict in No Good Deed has knocked Guardians Of The Galaxy off the US box office top spot.
An award-winning Chinese film director has been detained in Beijing after allegedly hiring prostitutes.
The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as British World War Two codebreaker Alan Turing, has won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
A Microsoft collaboration at London Fashion Week has offered an insight into how smart technology is revolutionising the catwalk.
US actress Daniele Watts has said she was "handcuffed and detained" by two Los Angeles police officers who apparently mistook her for a prostitute.
Thirty years ago communities in South Wales were struggling to survive the longest strike in history.
Actress Samantha Morton has said that sexual abuse she suffered as a teenager in care was never investigated, despite her reporting it to police and social services.
Grandmothers have been unwittingly sending posts to loved ones on Facebook from one of the biggest stars in the world of hip hop.
Deacon Blue's Ricky Ross has told Sky News a Yes vote in Scotland would mean a "fairer, more just society".
Scrubs actor Zach Braff has told Sky News' Entertainment Week his latest film will be his last as a crowdfunding venture, admitting it was "hard work".
John Bardon, who was known by millions for his role as Jim Branning in EastEnders, has died at the age of 75.
A state judge who admitted posting confidential information about an adoption by actress Charlize Theron on the internet has been removed from office.
The veteran stage and television actor Sir Donald Sinden has died at the age of 90, his son has said.
The guitarist Robert 'Throb' Young who helped the alternative rock band Primal Scream to fame has died.
George Clooney is to make a cameo appearance in the hit television series Downton Abbey for a charity sketch.
The New York clinic where Joan Rivers stopped breathing a week before her death has denied administering a general anaesthetic or conducting a vocal cord biopsy, as has been alleged in some reports
Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has paid tribute to the "marvellous" actor Richard Kiel who starred alongside him as the villain Jaws.
If America's young people have had anything in common with their British counterparts over the years, staying away from elections used to be pretty near the top of the list.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn and band of the moment Royal Blood are the favourites to win this year's Barclaycard Mercury Prize.
Shia LaBeouf has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after disrupting a Broadway show earlier this year.
A man has told Sky News he "fell off his seat" when he realised he had captured photos of the new Star Wars set while taking publicity shots of aeroplanes.
Iron Maiden rocker Bruce Dickinson is taking to the skies as a German fighter pilot as part of the World War One commemorations.
It looks like Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will be teaming up as undercover police officers for a third time.
Justin Bieber was greeted by loud boos as he walked on stage at a fashion event in New York but soon managed to charm the audience by taking off his clothes.
Boxer Mike Tyson has come to the defence of Toronto's scandal-hit mayor Rob Ford, saying "we all make mistakes".
Irish rockers U2 have pulled off one of the largest surprise album releases in history after making the announcement at Apple's unveiling event in California.
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