Jewish actress 1a>Sarah Jessica Parker1b> has suggested a not-so-kosher drinking game for her new film I Don't Know How She Does It.
In an interview with gossip website PopSugar she suggested that every time viewers saw her character's husband (played by Greg Kinnear) eat bacon, they should drink.
A judge in California has ruled that Sacha Baron Cohen is not responsible for injuries sustained by a woman who tried to remove him from an event during the filming of Bruno.
Happy Days actor 2a>Henry Winkler2b> has been awarded an honorary OBE for his work with dyslexic children and special educational needs.
Mr Winkler, 65, was the leather-wearing rebel "The Fonz" in the US TV series Happy Days, but has also written 17 books for children featuring Hank Zipcer, a boy with dyslexia.
Actress Maureen Lipman is to draw on one of her other talents to help raise money for Holocaust remembrance.
A signed painting by the actress is to be auctioned at the 1a>White Rose ball1b> later this month, where she will also host proceedings.
"After Mel Gibson makes the Judah Maccabee Story for Warner Bros, they can hire John Galliano to remake Yentl."
Mel Gibson has already taken on Christmas, and is now set to turn his attention to the Chanucah story.
The actor, who was famously arrested for drink driving and launched into 1a>a tirade about Jews1b>, is to bring the story of Judah Maccabee to the big screen.
A top Bollywood star is to take on the role of a Jewish gambler in Baz Luhrmann's £78 million film adaptation of The Great Gatsby.
Amitabh Bachchan will appear as Meyer Wolfsheim, a shadowy and untrustworthy figure said to have fixed the baseball World Series.
The BBC drew accusations of ageism and sexism when it fired Jewish choreographer as a judge 2a>Arlene Phillips2b> on its popular show 3a>Strictly Come Dancing3b>.
The choreographer, 66, was dropped by the BBC show in favour of 30-year-old singer Alesha Dixon.
Liza Minnelli is to give a one-off performance in London on September 25 to help raise money for Britain's first Holocaust Museum.
The star of the film Cabaret will appear at the White Rose Ball in aid of the Holocaust Centre in Nottinghamshire.
Ms Minelli said she was "thrilled and so happy to lend my support to such a worthy and splendid cause".
With the new university year looming, a reminder that even those who walk the red carpet were students once.