Fortnite Fishing Trophies, Clay Pigeon shooters and ALL Week 8 challenges SOLVED

FORTNITE fans can earn XP and unlock new Battle Pass rewards by completing weekly challenges that include Shooting Clay Pigeons and dancing in front of fishing trophies.

Fantastic Beasts 2 streaming and download: Can you watch The Crimes of Grindelwald online?

FANTASTIC BEASTS 2 The Crimes of Grindelwald is released this weekend but can Harry Potter fans watch the new film on digital download or streaming. Is it legal? Is it on Amazon, Netflix, iTunes or Now TV?

Fantastic Beasts 2 end credit scene: Harry Potter SHOCK ending – Did you spot THIS clue?

FANTASTIC BEASTS 2 The Crimes of Grindelwald end scene reveals a huge and shocking Harry Potter twist but how can it even be possible? Did you spot this massive clue earlier in the movie?

PlayStation Plus December 2018 UPDATE: New PS Plus Black Friday 2018 bonus REVEALED

PS PLUS 12 month subscriptions are available at a discounted price ahead of the December 2018 free games reveal.

SoulCalibur 6 REVIEW: A PS4 and Xbox One brawler of the highest calibre

SOULCALIBUR series makes a triumphant return to form on PS4 and Xbox One.

Luigi's Mansion on 3DS Review: Does ghost-hunting remake surpass GameCube original?

DUSTING off an old cult classic launch title reveals a few skeletons in the cupboard with Luigi’s Mansion on 3DS.

FIFA 19 Black Friday 2018 SALE: Huge discounts at Argos and GAME

FIFA 19 fans can already pick up some fantastic Black Friday 2018 bargains.

Pokemon Go December 2018 Community Day UPDATE: Niantic has great news for fans

POKEMON Go fans have been left to wait for the December 2018 Community Day Pocket Monster.

PS4 Black Friday 2018: PlayStation 4 games SALE revealed with AMAZING savings

SONY gets into the Black Friday 2018 spirit with huge discounts on PlayStation VR bundles and PS4 games like God of War, Spider-Man, Horizon Zero Dawn and lots more.

Creed 2 reviews DIVIDE critics: Is Creed II 'DEPRESSING and stale' or a 'knockout'?

CREED 2 reviews were released today the Rocky spin-off sequel has divided critics but all agree on another impressive star turn from Black Panther break-out Michael B Jordan.

Tom Hiddleston Betrayal theatre dates: When are tickets on sale? Plus ADVANCE booking info

TOM HIDDLESTON swaps the Avengers and Loki for the London stage in new play Betrayal - but for only THREE months. When do tickets go on sale? Plus theatre dates, information and advance early bookings.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie 1st Birthday REVIEW: This is STILL the most fun in town

EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE celebrated it's first birthday in London's West End and showed it's still the most fun in town.

RSC Romeo and Juliet review: Gender flips and a rock band - but does it work?

THE RSC's latest Romeo and Juliet brings modern street talk and attitude, gender flips and a rock band to Shakespeare's greatest tragedy – but does it work?

The Greater Game review: HEARTBREAKING tale is fitting tribute to World War One centenary

THE SPIRIT of English resilience, camaraderie and friendship is tastefully encapsulated within this World War One play, which tells the true story of Clapton Orient FC – a team of men who went to fight for King and country.

Michelle Obama at London's Southbank Centre in December: Date and ticket booking info

MICHELLE OBAMA will appear at London's Southbank Centre Royal Festival Hall in December for a very special night to talk about her new memoir Belonging, with 300 FREE tickets for UK secondary school students. Full tickets, booking and date information here.

Richard O’Brien: I was never interested in money or fame

The man estimated to be worth £190m thanks to his blockbuster production The Rocky Horror Show says as he prepares for a new UK tour of the camp classic that he's 'the luckiest man on the planet'.

First World War play of TRUE tale of Football Battalion set to tug heartstrings in London

HARRY POTTER star James Phelps and Eastenders stalwart Michael Greco are set to star in The Greater Game - a play which tells the true story of the Football Battalion in the First World War to mark its centenary.

Macbeth with Christopher Eccleston review: Not even witchcraft can save this RSC misfire

MACBETH REVIEW: Christopher Eccleston stumbles in the RSC's muddled and deeply frustrating reboot of Shakespeare's classic tragedy at London's Barbican Centre.

Opera Review: Lucia di Lammermoor

After a distinctly dodgy production of Richard Strauss’s Salome and a less than convincing stab at Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, the English National Opera have hit pure gold in their third outing of the season with a stunning revival of David Alden’s production of Lucia di Lammermoor, which was last seen here in 2010.

The Inheritance review: You will SOB even as your spirits soar, an EXTRAORDINARY triumph

THE INHERITANCE is a towering testament to love, loss and hope that will leave you in floods of tears but also exhilarated at being part of a great moment in theatre history. Do not miss it.