Plans to build a new cinema in Ealing have been thrown into confusion after two developers claimed they were building it.
Our pick of the shows, films and music that you can check out in the capital this weekend.
The trailer for Daniel Craig's next outing as 007 has been released - and as with many other Bond films, the capital looms large.
Paul Raymond was the so-called King of Soho - a man who built an empire on what's politely termed "adult entertainment" and earned a fortune, making him the richest man in Britain.
A film about his life - called "The Look of Love" - premieres tonight in Soho, with Steve Coogan playing the role of Raymond.
He's been speaking to Lucrezia Millarini.
The developer, which Ealing Council wants to replace for the development of a new cinema, says it has already started work on the project. Empire Cinemas says it complied with a council deadline to start work in October and its project managers have been in regular discussion with the council.
Ealing Council has threatened to use a Compulsory Purchase Order to take over the site but Empire says that would be counter-productive:
– Empire Cinemas statement
"Should the Council continue in its attempt to CPO the site, the whole development will be frozen for a considerable period whilst we litigate and a considerable amount of taxpayers’ money will be wasted."
The Hollywood Costumes Exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum features more than 100 costumes from the best-loved films of the last century, including:
Dorothy's red slippers from the "Wizard of Oz", and Marilyn Monroe's dress from "Some like it hot" are just two of the famous items going on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of a new exhibition.
Julie Macdonald went to take a look.
A unique glimpse of London at the beginning of the 20th Century has been revealed for the first time.
The capital features in film clips, unveiled today by the National Media Museum, which date back to 1901 or 1902 - making them the earliest examples of colour moving pictures ever made.
The films were created by photographer and inventor Edward Turner using a complex three-colour process he patented in 1899.
Until now, his invention had been regarded as a practical failure - but digital technology has now "unlocked" the film strips, revealing the images he produced for the first time in over a hundred years.
The clips include a street scene, with horse-drawn carriages making their way through Knightsbridge, and children playing in a garden in Hounslow.
Daniel Craig will be returning to our screens in the latest 007 film in October - but London Tonight has been given a sneak preview, with behind the scenes footage and interviews.
Footage from MGM/Sony Pictures.
On London Tonight at 6pm, we'll be talking to Peep Show's Robert Webb about his new film "The Wedding Video".
Watch a snippet of the film below.
The Wedding Video, Timeless Films.