Taron Egerton flies in this comedic, partly fictionalised biopic of the unlikely ski jumping star.James Mottram, The List, 24th March 2016
Last episode in the current run of Ross's chatshow. As is often the case, it's a thinly veiled plug for an upcoming movie, in this case the imminent Eddie The Eagle. Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman both appear, just in case we hadn't quite got the message from their earlier encounter with Ant & Dec. Plugging another new film - an adaptation of JG Ballard's High-Rise - is Luke Evans. Comedian Shazia Mirza is also on the bill, and there's music from Primal Scream, touting their hilariously titled new album, Chaosmosis.Andrew Mueller, The Guardian, 19th March 2016
Will Smith returns to the scene of two great triumphs: that time he spontaneously did the rap from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and that time he spontaneously did it again. What could rack up 30 million YouTube hits now? The star is on the sofa alongside Margot Robbie, so for at least some of the programme he'll have to sit still and discuss their new movie, the heist-romance Focus. They're joined by Hugh Jackman, who recently confessed that his years in Hollywood meant he had to re-learn Australian dialect for his latest film, Chappie.
Completing the line-up is Noel Gallagher. He's a fantastic chat-show guest, so let's hope he's not there solely to sing a song from his upcoming Chasing Yesterday LP.Jack Seale, Radio Times, 27th February 2015
They've all been on the show before but, judging by an online Q&A with them, when they're together there's a lot of laughter, back-slapping and fooling around. Plus the occasional send-up of their rather theatrical co-stars, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
Bringing a little femininity to proceedings is Eurovision hopeful Molly, who performs Children of the Universe.Jane Rackham, Radio Times, 2nd May 2014
It's one of the big nights of the year and Graham Norton has a sensational line-up to celebrate. In fact, it has the potential to be such a wild and funny show maybe you should cancel your plans to go out to that warm-wine-and-nibbles party you weren't particularly looking forward to and just stay in instead.
So how about this lot to make your New Year's Eve go with a proper swing: Tom Cruise, Hugh Jackman, Billy Crystal, John Bishop and The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, with music from Pink. Incredible, isn't it? What will the sainted Mary make of it all? Will Cruise, in town to promote his new film Jack Reacher, be acquainted with soggy bottoms? Can Jackman, starring in the movie version of Les Misérables, make rough-puff pastry? We need to know.Alison Graham, Radio Times, 31st December 2012
The pair top the bill in this big-name New Year's Eve line-up - and are also joined Rosamund Pike, who stars alongside Cruise in action thriller Jack Reacher.Jane Simon, The Mirror, 31st December 2012