A movie deal is beckoning for a London busker and his cat Bob.
The Bob spends his days on the cobbled streets of Covent Garden. Tourists stop to watch him and give him money.
He has his own Facebook page, his own Twitter account and his performances are seen online all over the world.
Toby Sadler went to meet him.
A former homeless heroin addict who turned his life around with the help of a cat may now be heading to Hollywood.
Busker James Bowen and his ginger cat Bob are a well-known sight in Covent Garden.
He credits the cat for changing his life, after it started following him to work.
They are now in talks to sell the film rights to a book about their story. Toby Sadler met the pair.
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.
Dame Helen Mirren is to get her own star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame next year.
The Chiswick-born Oscar-winner is one of 24 candidates who'll be honoured.
But the honour comes with a price. Stars who accept have to pay £19,000 in costs and maintenance fees.