Heath Ledger played Cupid in reuniting troubled couple Jude Law and Sienna Miller. The Australian actor, who recently had a baby with girlfriend Michelle Williams, reportedly persuaded his beautiful 'Casanova' co-star to give Jude a second chance after he cheated on her with his children's nanny. Heath - who is said to have become friends with Jude when he visited Sienna on set - also helped the blonde actress deal with the backlash over her reported liaison with new James Bond actor Daniel Craig. A friend is quoted by Britain's Daily Star newspaper as saying: 'Heath was speaking to Sienna throughout that time and was there to support her. 'Even when he heard Jude had left Sienna after her so-called fling with Daniel Craig, he convinced her some things are worth fighting for.' Earlier this week, Jude and Sienna rekindled their romance after meeting for lunch at London restaurant Raoul's with the actress's mother. The reunited couple later partied until 4am at the capital's exclusive Groucho Club, before spending the night together. A source revealed to Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper: 'They had a great night. It's early days, but they are happy to let people know they are a couple again.'
Other film news
The female-led reboot of 'Ghostbusters' is now well underway with the four lead stars being revealed by director Paul Feig.
One of the biggest bits of casting news in the last few months was Tom Hardy's involvement in David Ayer's 'Suicide Squad' - the forthcoming superhero picture also starring Will Smith, Jared Leto, Jai Courtney, Cara Delevingne and 'The Wolf of Wall Street' breakout starlet Margot Robbie.
Another year, another set of Oscar nominations and another round of gasps of both joy and shock as the toast of Hollywood is picked by their peers. Leading the pack are two critical darlings each with nine nominations: Wes Anderson's wonderful dramedy 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and the genre-bending breakthrough 'Birdman'. 'The Imitation Game' followed closely with eight including a surprise Best Director nod.
Despite a storied career in stand-up, music and film, Woody Allen has seldom ventured into the world of television, but that's all about to change for the 'Midnight in Paris' Oscar winner.
The Golden Globes once again spread out the awards and also threw in a few surprises this year.
The British Academy Film Award nominations have been released and they are not without their controversial choices.
According to a survey by Fandango, the new 'Star Wars' reboot 'The Force Awakens' is the most anticipated film of 2015.
Chris Pine has admitted that that his headlining take on the latest incarnation of the espionage franchise 'Jack Ryan' failed and has probably killed his chances of getting a sequel to the film.
'Exodus: Gods and Kings' has been banned in Egypt, it has been confirmed.
The recent leaks of Sony's email database are continuing to flow as more information comes to light, the latest being that studio chairman Amy Pascal is keen to see Daniel Craig's James Bond be replaced by Idris Elba.
Following the demands of the Sony hackers, the Seth Rogen and James Franco political satire 'The Interview' has been shelved in its home market of America.
The London Film Critics' Circle has announced the nominations for its 35th annual awards ceremony, with Mike Leigh's historical biopic Mr Turner leading the way with seven nominations, including Film of the Year and British Film of the Year.
The massive hack on film studio sony Pictures has become a media firestorm with a wealth of sensitive information being leaked by hacking group Guardians of Peace. Here's the rundown of events:
Double Oscar winner Sean Penn hasn't been known to close in the most commercial of film projects, but as he's reached his fifties the 'Mystic River' and 'Milk' star appears to have had a change of heart.
The Golden Globe nominations have been announced and âBirdmanâ âBoyhoodâ and âImitation Gameâ are leading the pack while some heavy hitters found themselves snubbed: 'Interstellar' settled for just a music nomination for Hans Zimmer's score and Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' got nothing, as did Clint Eastwood's war drama 'American Sniper' starring a snubbed Bradley Cooper.
The hackers that struck Sony Pictures and revealed star salaries as well as leaking screener copies of some of their films onto torrent websites have taunted the studio again.
'The Fighter' star Mark Wahlberg is seeking redemption - he's just filed for a pardon over a crime he was convicted of back in 1988.
'Skyfall' director Sam Mendes took to the Pinewood Studios stage to formally announce the particulars of the forthcoming James Bond movie. The Oscar winner revealed that 007's 24th adventure would be titled 'Spectre'.
Amateur boxer turned pin-up actor turned pro boxer turned Oscar nominated actor turned pro boxer again Mickey Rourke scored a professional boxing match win at the age of 62 last week, but some sources now claim the two round fight was rigged.
One of the earliest to announce their film picks in the awards season, the Independent Spirit Awards have revealed their nominations with director Alejandro G. Inarritu's 'Birdman' leading the way with six noms.