Jack Whitehall James Corden is taking his best pals back to the States with more A League Of Their Own: US Road Trip News post details 2:08 PM, 25 August 2016 Let the second adventure begin… Asterix and Obelix: The Mansions of the Gods trailer boasts Jack Whitehall, Catherine Tate, Jim Broadbent and more News post details 12:13 PM, 22 July 2016 Asterix gets its first ever feature-length 3D adventure, bringing with it a whole load of British stars - and we've got an exclusive first peek at the trailer Exclusive: Jack Whitehall looks dashing in new BBC2 comedy Decline and Fall News post details 9:40 AM, 22 July 2016 Whitehall joins BBC's new three-part adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic satire - and doesn't he scrub up well? David Suchet and Douglas Hodge join Jack Whitehall and Eva Longoria in BBC2 comedy Decline and Fall News post details 10:35 AM, 12 June 2016 BBC2 has lined up a stellar cast for its adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic 1920s comedy novel Fresh Meat could return says star Greg McHugh: “I’d love to do a film!” News post details 4:34 PM, 31 March 2016 “If they came to me and said ‘we want to do a one-off special’, I’d bite their hand off” So Jack Whitehall is in a film with Jennifer Aniston... News post details 3:01 PM, 31 March 2016 When did that happen? Fresh Meat ended and everyone either cried or freaked out News post details 9:19 AM, 29 March 2016 The final episode made tweeters all teary - and students start to seriously stress about leaving higher education... How Fresh Meat got its groove back News post details 10:50 PM, 14 March 2016 After a few weeks off the boil, the Channel 4 sitcom has found its mojo again, writes Susanna Lazarus What have the cast of Fresh Meat been up to? News post details 9:00 PM, 22 February 2016 What happened to the stars of the hit Channel 4 comedy in the three year gap between series 3 and 4? Finals, graduation and a movie...? 9 questions for the cast of Fresh Meat News post details 4:53 PM, 22 February 2016 JP, Vod, Howard, Oregon, Kingsley and Josie are back for one final series. But is this really the end of the Channel 4 comedy?