One of the most bizarre and unlikely celebrity feuds of the year has emerged, with Sylvester Stallone hitting out at British comedian Jack Whitehall and accusing him of "distorting lies" after he recounting meeting the 69 year old star at the Oscars in February.Contact Music, 31st March 2016
Plenty of opportunity for Jonathan Ross to joke about his own lazy foppishness: the testosterone will be flowing as Sylvester Stallone and Michael B Jordan, stars of the seventh Rocky movie Creed, hit the sofa. Expect a crunchy anecdote, possibly with alarming on-set footage, about how Jordan maintained Stallone's tradition of being beaten senseless for real in a scene where his character struggles through a boxing bout.
Ross also welcomes a big name who rarely chats. The imminent cinema release of tender, reflective comedy drama Youth has tempted Michael Caine out of talk-show retirement.Jack Seale, Radio Times, 12th January 2016
The new Inbetweeners film has continued to dominate the UK and Ireland box office, leaving the latest Expendables sequel floundering in its wake.BBC News, 19th August 2014
The movie publicity machine goes into overdrive as Norton welcomes a bevy of cinematic talent on to his couch. Topping the bill are Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone, hoping to pack a heavyweight Hollywood punch with new boxing movie Grudge Match, Jonah Hill bigs up his part in The Wolf Of Wall Street (starring Leonardo DiCaprio) while, flying the flag for British talent, Carey Mulligan plugs Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen brothers' film surprisingly overlooked by the Baftas.Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 10th January 2014