In a tiny cage, a baboon sits, picking seeds off the floor, desperately eating whatever he can find. Next to the baboon, the carcass of his mate and five offspring lay in the pen, decomposing in the August heat.
STILL waiting to stand trial five years after the death of his girlfriend in a Paris hotel room, Ian Griffin hit the headlines again last week when he claimed he had won £60,000 on TV's Dragons' Den.
THE blockbuster movie legends of the Eighties including Rocky, The Terminator, Indiana Jones and Mad Max are unable to become anything more engaging than clapped-our heroes picking up a large pay cheque
SIMON PEGG's performance as the middle-aged psychiatrist searching the world for reasons to be happy, holds this rambling voyage of self-discovery together
RUPERT GRINT is Amadeo, the football nut determined to best his old bully, Anthony Head, in an animated family film that's great fun for young and old
SYLVESTER STALLONE torpedoed his chances of playing Han Solo in the first STAR WARS films by confirming GEORGE LUCAS' fears he would be awful as the space bounty hunter at his audition.
With 255 million smartphones shipped globally in the second quarter of 2014, Android remained on top of OS marketshare among smartphones. As of the end of June, Android powered 84.7% of intelligent handsets in transit. The number of Android phones shipped set a record for a quarter, and represented a 33% increase over last year's second quarter tally.
Late actor PAUL WALKER came close to quitting his successful acting career to study marine biology after spending time out on the ocean observing great white sharks.
MICKEY Rourke may have been hoping to go unnoticed as he stepped out in the Big Apple yesterday, but there was no chance of that thanks to his hair.
PHILLIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN is sweaty and rotund as befits the grim working class milieu of John Slattery's directorial debut but let's hope his final film A Most Wanted Man gives him a better cinematic send-off.
Sitting in the theater, watching the end credits roll on Transformers: Age of Extinction, I was certain of two things: 1. That I'd just witnessed the stupidest movie of the year; and 2. It will make a billion dollars. Did I mention it's nearlythree hours long?