Filming of Rust will continue in January, with Halyna Hutchins' husband as an executive producer.
Bizarre, inappropriate and occasionally spot on - what music tells us about political leaders.
Richard Harrison says the rediscovered BBC radio recording is the only one to feature Peter Sellers.
Universal boss Donna Langley is the first British woman to run a Hollywood studio.
Festival director Tricia Tuttle says the opening and closing films were chosen to uplift audiences.
Mike Pickering says the use of his song to introduce Liz Truss at the Tory conference left him "angry".
Kendrick Lamar has taken home six awards including artist of the year and album of the year.
The classical conductor and pianist reveals he has a "serious neurological condition".
Angelina Jolie says Brad Pitt grabbed her head and attacked two of their children, which he denies.
Erland Cooper planted the master tape in peaty soil at a secret location then gave clues to its location.
"I miss her dearly," says the star, after fellow country singer Loretta Lynn dies at the age of 90.
"The music industry definitely isn't the same as when I started out," Ellie tells Newsbeat.
Two teenage sisters are trying to highlight a wider diversity of characters in children's books.
The owner of Leopard and Barcode has kept it wrapped in a blanket under a bed for a decade.
The singer's hits included Coal Miner's Daughter, Honky Tonk Girl and feminist anthem The Pill.
Rebekah Vardy is ordered to pay 90% of Coleen Rooney's legal costs after the Wagatha Christie case.
Chris Martin is under 'strict doctors orders' to rest after contracting a serious lung infection.
The new programme from Cardiff will be the first Radio 2 weekday show to move out of London.
Jenica Leah, who has the condition, has written a series of children's books to aid understanding.
Alan Waller claimed false documents were used by Martin Bashir to win the late princess's trust.