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Based on an extensive survey of 2,300 industry professionals, Film Independent, American Cinematheque, and the schools themselves, the list takes into account tuition, student competitiveness, and which schools have "the latest tech, the most access to big names and the starriest alumni.
GOD ONLY KNOWS NOT how we feel about who will win the aforementioned show but the Beeb's new charity single for Children In Need which features one of the starriest musical line-ups since Band Aid.
Artistic director Gemma Bodinetz said she wanted this inaugural show to be an ensemble piece - the starriest name being Matthew Kelly, a luxuriantly-bearded Sir Toby Belch.
I'm proud that I once (no - twice, actually) appeared on TV with this remarkable woman who was selected to interview most of the starriest celebs of her day, right up to Morecambe and Wise.
From Jessica Alba to Taylor Swift, via Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx and many more, this is the starriest night out you're likely to have at the cinema.
He's currently in Budapest with the production, and despite touring with some of the biggest and starriest names in the music industry, says the talent at Cirque is some of the most impressive he's played with.
But the Grand is putting on Dick Whittington and claims in its publicity material that it is 'the UK's biggest and starriest panto'.
To mark the biggest, loudest, messiest, starriest spectacle in 20 years, Nick will treat kids to 20 additional, magical, messy minutes.
So how does she cope with getting cosy with some of Hollywood's starriest men - and women.
I've always maintained that if you simply listened to Michael Jackson, starriest superstar of 'em all, instead of watching him sliding round a stage, you'd think it was Mickey Mouse yelping for Pluto.
Finally, Liverpool witnessed one of its starriest nights ever this week when it played host to both the Royal Variety Performance, watched by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at the Liverpool Empire Theatre, and the Turner Prize at Tate Liverpool.
The controversial drama, written and directed by Emilio Estevez, looks at the events and lives of guests and staff at the famous LA hotel in the hours leading up to the assassination on June 6, and features the starriest cast list in years.