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The Last Jedi has second-best opening weekend ever in the US

Star Wars: The Last Jedi rocketed to a debut of $220m at the box office, landing the second-best opening weekend ever in North America.

13 of our favourite music interviews of 2017

We had a chat with many international acts that hit our shores this year as well as amazing conversations with some of our super-talented local artists.

From Kim Kardashian to Gal Gadot – Our top A-list interviews of 2017

Channel24, South Africa’s largest entertainment news website, mingled with an array of A-list stars in 2017.

Victoria TV special to air on Christmas Day

ITV Choice’s popular royal drama, Victoria returns for a one-off Christmas special on Christmas Day.

WATCH: Prince Harry interviews Obama for radio show

Britain's Prince Harry has interviewed Barack Obama for a radio program in which the former U.S. president shared his memories of the day he left office and his hopes for the future.

Kensington Palace releases stunning new royal portrait

Kensington Palace has released a new family portrait of Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

PIC: Princess Charlene shares sneak peek of royal family Christmas card

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas in the Palace of Monaco.

Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy coming to SA for once in a lifetime acoustic showcase

Myles Kennedy, famed lead singer of the multi-million selling Alter Bridge, will be performing in South Africa for two exclusive shows in 2018.

Here's a look at all the emojis coming in 2018

Emoji candidates for 2018 have been released and candidates they include an afro emoji and a red-hair emoji.

UB40 returns to SA for 25th anniversary tour

Big Concerts has announced that UB40 will be returning to SA in support of their 25th anniversary tour.

PIC: Candice Swanepoel pregnant with her second child

Christmas came early for Candice Swanepoel and her fiancé Hermann Nicoli – the couple are expecting their second child together.

AKA owes Sars R2m as money woes worsen

Popular rapper Kiernan Forbes, better known by his stage name AKA, is in trouble with the taxman. He owes the SA Revenue Service (Sars) at least R2 million.

10 unforgettable royal moments that happened in 2017

Between the third royal baby’s arrival in April and the royal wedding in May, 2018 is already looking like another unforgettable year. But first, let's look back.

IN PICTURES: The evolution of Rihanna

Take a look at how Rihanna’s style has evolved over the years.

9 Hollywood stars and their most-liked Instas

Instagram’s #bestnine is back and it only makes sense to see if any of the celeb posts you liked made the cut.

This might just be the best Star Wars movie yet

The Last Jedi is half a hair's breath away from being a note-perfect Star Wars movie. Better than Empire? Who knows, but it is in the running.

The Librarians' Noah Wyle: I could easily live in Cape Town for the rest of my life

Channel24 talks to The Librarians actor Noah Wyle about spending time in Cape Town and the character - Flynn Carsen - he has been playing for 13 years.

There's a disturbance at the cinema this weekend

The much-anticipated next instalment of the Star Wars franchise, The Last Jedi opens in cinemas this weekend.

Chris Barnard biopic on the go

Acclaimed film producer Anant Singh has negotiated and won the filming rights to the new Chris Barnard biography, Heartbreaker: Christiaan Barnard and the First Heart Transplant by James-Brent Styan.

The 2017 #Trending Awards

Welcome to the #Trending awards, where we round up the highs and lows of the cultural year.

Don't miss the world premiere of the Oliver Tambo doccie tonight

In a powerful broadcast event, AfriDocs on BET is proud to present the world premiere of a new biopic about ANC anti-apartheid icon Oliver Tambo.

The best festive TV shows

Holidays are in full swing for many of us. Here are the TV picks you can indulge in.

The singles that made 2017

We got down, we turned up and we put it loud. Here are #Trending’s picks of the music that made our year:

The five culture clashes of 2017

Charl Blignaut lists the five biggest clashes in arts and culture that had us all talking.

High notes, low notes - 2017 in musical numbers

This year the theatre came alive with the sound of music. Gayle Edmunds rounds up the highs and lows from the musicals she watched this year.

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