James Bond: New novel will be called Solo and star a middle-aged 007 on an "unauthorised mission"

Revealed: New James Bond novel will be called Solo and star a middle-aged 007 on an 'self-appointed mission' New book Solo will follow Bond as a 45-year-old in 1969Bond goes on 'self-appointed mission' during Cold WarSolo will be published in Britain on 26 September By Olivia Williams PUBLISHED: 18:12 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 15 April 2013 The latest James Bond novel will be called Solo, its author William Boyd revealed today. Following the record-breaking success of Bond film Skyfall at the box office last year, Solo is hotly-anticipated as a follow-up to Bond creator Ian Fleming's bestselling books. Blockbuster: Last year's Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, topped $1billion at the global box office showing Bond's enduring popularity Britain's most famous secret agent will travel across Africa, America and Europe as middle-aged man of 45

Lance Armstrong IS under active criminal investigation by Federal authorities for lying and concealing his doping

Lance Armstrong IS under active criminal investigation by Federal authorities for lying and concealing his doping Shocking revelation comes as Armstrong tops list of America's most disliked athletesHe has also said that he will not be paying back the $12million he earned in bonuses during three of his seven Tour de France victories Armstrong admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he had doped By Daily Mail Reporter, Associated Press and Reuters Reporter PUBLISHED: 20:58 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 05:52 GMT, 6 February 2013 It has been revealed today that disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is the subject of an active criminal investigation by Federal investigators. Off the hook: A lawyer overseeing the federal investigation into Lance Armstrong says there are no plans to charge him over the doping scandal The ex-Tour de France champion is potentially facing charges of obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation relating to the systematic cover-up of his drug-taking when he was competing. The revelation runs contrary to statements made today by the U.S.

Cinema owners in revolt against Hollywood as three-hour movies such as The Hobbit hit profits

Curse of the film bloat: Cinema owners in revolt against Hollywood as three-hour movies such as The Hobbit hit profits Cinemas can experience losses when screening longer film four times a dayThey could otherwise be showing a normal 90-minute film on six occasionsNational Association of Theatre Owners commissions report into problemMeanwhile C4 is blasted for advert over Lord of the Rings ending last night | UPDATED: 16:42 GMT, 30 December 2012 While those watching The Hobbit might have felt they got their money’s worth when it came down to the film’s three-hour length, cinemas showing the blockbuster were left feeling a little hard done by. Now U.S