DITCH THE WEEKEND PAPERS FOR THIS: Yearbook By Seth Rogen
If you’re in the market for a celeb autobiography, Seth Rogen’s memoir came out last week. Packed full of his wisecracking humour, Yearbook tells the story of the Hollywood actor’s life to date – from bar mitzvahs to Hollywood, through tales, anecdotes and nuggets of celebrity gossip. Light-hearted and entertaining, it makes for some easy weekend reading.
GO TO THE CINEMA: Those Who Wish Me Dead
Those Who Wish Me Dead is the newest film from the team behind Sicario. Still reeling from the loss of three lives, Hannah is a smoke jumper who's perched in a watchtower high above the Montana wilderness. She soon encounters Connor, a skittish boy who's bloodied, traumatised and on the run in the remote forest. As Hannah tries to bring him to safety, she's unaware of the real dangers to follow: two relentless killers hunting Connor, and a fiery blaze consuming everything in its path. Oscar winner Angelina Jolie (Girl, Interrupted, Maleficent) stars as Hannah, and the film also features Nicholas Hoult (Skins, About a Boy), Aiden Gillen (Game of Thrones, Peaky Blinders) and Tyler Perry (Gone Girl).
TRY A ONE-OFF DISH: Flat Iron
Flat Iron has launched a limited-edition steak sandwich. The restaurant group’s head of beef, Fred Smith, has spent months developing and testing his recipe, sandwiching a West Scottish marbled bavette steak and slow-cooked sweet peppers between a soft glazed brioche bun. The tender steak is balanced with béarnaise sauce, lamb's lettuce, freshly grated horseradish and finished with crispy fried batter – all for £10. The sandwich is available at all of Flat Iron sites in Marylebone, Covent Garden, Soho, Tottenham Court Road, Kings Cross, Shoreditch, London Bridge and Spitalfields.