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  • Fair City November 22-26

    Reeling from his grief, Eoghan discovers the truth about what really happened to Michael. Will he go to the police or stay quiet?

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  • Wahlberg, Ferrell coming to Dublin in December

    Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell have announced that they are coming to Dublin on December 7 for the premiere of their new comedy Daddy's Home.

  • Brooklyn gets Blanchett's seal of approval

    Cate Blanchett has revealed that she is a huge fan of John Crowley's film Brooklyn, adding that Saoirse Ronan is an "extraordinary actress".

  • Mara loved working with "mad as a hatter" Sheridan

    Carol star Rooney Mara has revealed that she was a bit intimidated being surrounded by an amazing cast of Irish actors on The Secret Scripture, as the accent is so difficult to master.

  • Irish movie Room generating major Oscar buzz

    Irish/Canadian film Room has been nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards including Best First Screenplay and Best Female Lead, which adds to the already considerable Oscar buzz surrounding the project.

  • The Corrs surprise fans with secret Charity gig

    The Corrs surprised fans last night in Dublin by giving an impromptu performance at Doyle's Ruby Sessions.

  • Review: Black Mass

    Bored Walk Vampire

  • Eagles of Death Metal drummer pays tribute to fans

    Eagles of Death Metal touring drummer Julian Dorio has paid tribute to the fans that lost their lives at their concert in the Bataclan Theatre in Paris on November 13, adding that the incident has left him "forever changed."

  • Charlie's Late Late Toy Show wish granted

    Nine-year-old Charlie Brunton is getting the opportunity of a lifetime, going behind the scenes at The Late Late Toy Show to "work" as a stage hand this Friday night after asking Tubs earlier in the year if he could please grant him his wish.

  • TV picks for today Wednesday November 25

    Mark chases an old crush in Peep Show (10.00pm, Channel 4), Leonardo DiCaprio stars in The Great Gatsby (9.35pm, RTÉ One), and beauty contests dominate Toast of London (10.30pm, Channel 4)

  • Baz and Mammy Nancy celebrate Emmy win in style

    Baz Ashmawy and his Mammy Nancy have taken home the International Emmy for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment and they are currently celebrating by having some chicken wings in an Irish bar in New York.

  • Top TEN box office flops of 2015

    It seems that some of Hollywood's biggest star-names aren't immune to the fickleness of audiences. Bradley Cooper, Johnny Depp, Zac Efron and Hugh Jackman all received top billing in the biggest turkeys to hit cinemas this year.