Johnny Depp is heading for Britain's most inland port to shoot the latest Tim Burton film Through the Looking Glass.
Taunton's Pip Anderson is going to star in the next Star Wars movie. Locals say filming has started at Puzzlewood in the Forest of Dean.
Find out why a group of actors dressed up as the 1966 England team have taken to the streets of Bristol in an open-top bus.
The Queen's grand daughter, Zara Phillips, who lives in Gloucestershire, is to return to major competition for the first time since the birth of her daughter Mia at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy in August.
She has been named in a six-strong Great Britain squad which also includes Pippa Funnell, William Fox-Pitt, Tina Cook, Izzy Taylor and Oliver Townend.
Phillips was crowned world eventing champion in Aachen in 2006 and won team silver at London 2012 alongside Cook and Fox-Pitt, where she was presented with her medal by her mother, the Princess Royal.
Somerset born racing driver Jenson Button had to cancel an appearance on Graham Norton's Channel 4 chat show after being stung by a wasp.
Button, from Frome, suffered an allergic reaction after being stung between the eyes while on a bike ride.
So sorry 2 be missing the @grahnort show tonight, I've been taken out by a wasp! I was riding my bike yesterday & got stung between the eyes
Cameras will be allowed into a forthcoming Banksy Exhibition at the Sotheby's gallery today. The unauthorised collection of over 70 works has been put together by the street artist's former agent.
The exhibition opens to the public next Wednesday. A previous show in Bristol attracted over 100,000 people.
On Twitter, the duo thanked fans for their support.
"WE are so proud of you...thank you so much" they wrote.
Animated adventure series 'Nina Needs To Go' may be airing on the Disney Junior channel, but the creator of the cartoon Samantha Cox is based in Bristol.
The series is based on the adventures of its central character Nina, who is toilet training. Laura Makin-Isherwood has more:
The Somerset singing legends The Wurzels have released what could be a controversial single campaigning against wind turbines.
Band founder Adge Cutler wrote lyrics poking fun at Europe more than four decades ago. On the 40th anniversary of his death, the band say they're following in his tradition.
Our Somerset correspondent David Woodland has been to see them.
The Somerset singing legends The Wurzels have released their first new single in years this week. It's a protest song against onshore wind turbines. The group say turbines are ugly and are spoiling beautiful cider country. A new turbine is planned close to their base at Norton St Philip.