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.
Bristol skater Robin Cousins' latest show opens at the Hippodrome tonight. The theatre's stage has been converted into a huge ice rink for the event which was choreographed by the Olympic gold medallist and Dancing on Ice judge. The show features skaters from around the world.
Boy band One Direction have been talking about their video shoot on Clevedon Pier.
Ellie Barker reports:-
Boy band One Direction have given their first interview about their video shoot on Clevedon Pier.
The stars caused hysteria amongst fans when they filmed for their music video, "You and I" at the famous landmark in March.
We'll be showing the interview on ITV News West Country at 6pm
A photographic exhibition is taking place in Bristol over Easter to tell the stories of 20 people living with disabilities of all kinds.
It's been organised by local charity The Brandon Trust to celebrate two decades of providing support for independent living.
The Charity says care has changed enormously in twenty years. They're now helping disabled people lead the lives they choose.
The hit show War Horse is coming out of London to perform for audiences in the south west.
The stage show has sold out across the world, and even the Queen is said to be a fan. From next January the play based on Michael Morpurgo's book of the same name will be performed at the Bristol Hippodrome.
The box office opened this morning, and people queueing for tickets were in for a bit of surprise.
The star of the show - the life-size horse puppet 'Joey' gave the crowds a sneak preview of what they can expect.
Watch Eli-Louise's full report on ITV News West Country at 6pm.
Kasabian, Jack White, Pixies and Robert Plant are among the major acts that will play this summer's Glastonbury Festival, organisers have announced.
Elbow, The Black Keys, Bryan Ferry and Massive Attack are among the other newly announced stars for the huge music bash which is being staged over the weekend of June 27 to 29.
They join previously announced names such as Arcade Fire, Blondie, Lily Allen and Dolly Parton at the rural Somerset event put together by farmer Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily.
Other draws include Interpol, London Grammar, Wilko Johnson, De La Soul and Goldfrapp, with Jake Bugg, Lana Del Rey and Mercury Prize-winner James Blake also on the bill.
Organisers named many of the acts on a poster placed online today and claim there will be more than 100 stages scattered across the site at Worthy Farm, Pilton.
We're very pleased to present the Glastonbury 2014 line-up so far… http://t.co/WrtSy6d8Jt
Avon and Somerset Police have denied that One Direction will be filming in Shepton Mallet tomorrow.
The boy band have been in Somerset recently - last week in Clevedon where they filmed part of their latest music video on the town's pier.
On Twitter the Avon and Somerset force said rumours that the music stars are planning to be in the region again are untrue.
Clevedon Pier is re-opening to the public after being closed for two days for pop stars One Direction.
Hundreds of fans descended on the town after hearing that Harry Styles and his pals were making a video on the landmark.
The pier's trustees said it was shut to the public due to an exceptional fundraising opportunity.