By Jenny Priestley
★ The Interview has been included in the shortlist for Worst Film at the Golden Raspberry - or Razzie - Awards. Stars James Franco and Seth Rogen are also under consideration for Worst Screen Combination. Other films on the short list for Worst Film include Sex Tape, A Million Ways to Die in the West and Transcendence. The nominees for the annual awards will be announced on January 14.
★ Lots of big awards season events happening in the coming week. On Friday the nominees for the British Academy Film Awards (or BAFTA's) will be announced at 7.35am. Then next Sunday (or January 11) is the Golden Globes hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. So lots to get exited about!
★ Bill Murray has recorded a new version of The Bear Necessities for the new adaptation of the Jungle Book. He's voicing Baloo the Bear in the film which is being directed by Jon Favreau. Other stars voicing characters in the film include Idris Elba, Lupita N'yongo, Scarlett Johansson and Ben Kingsley. The film is due to be released in October.
★ Sylvester Stallone will spend 2015 reprising his two most iconic roles. He's about to play Rocky once again in the new film Creed. Rocky will be the trainer to an up-and-coming boxer play by Michael B Jordan. Ryan Coogler directs. Then later this year Stallone will play Rambo once again in Rambo: Last Blood. He last played the character seven years ago with the film making $113 million globally.
★ The Frozen phenomenon shows no signs of abating. The Dominion Theatre in London will be hosting a series of sing-along screenings of the Oscar-winning film during half term (February 18 to 28). Screenings will take place twice daily with three on Saturday. Tickets are on sale now.
★ This year's London Film and Comic Con will include a Back To The Future reunion, with Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson confirmed to attend. Other talent confirmed for the event, which takes place July 17-19, include Charles Dance, Sylvester McCoy, Robert Englund and John Ratzenberger.
★ Barkhad Abdi, who was Oscar-nominated for his performance in Captain Phillips, is joining the cast of Hawaii Five-0. Abdi will play Roko Contee, a Congolese warlord who, at one time, was the most wanted man in the world. The character will appear in the 15th episode of the show's current season.
★ A new stage show based on Shaun of the Dead will tour the South West later this year. The show has already had an endorsement from Simon Pegg. It was put together after Gloucestershire-based Almost Legal Productions secured the stage rights to the 2004 zombie rom-com. The 110-minute show involves lots of audience participation, audience members are given a "goodie bag" of props so they can take part and are encouraged to dress as zombies or other characters from the movie. The tour begins in Stroud on April 10.
★ Ethan Hawke will be the latest star to have his hand and footprints immortalised in cement on Thursday. He'll be taking part in the ceremony outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre at 10am.