SAM Smith is on course for his sixth UK number one single with his comeback track.

The singer-songwriter’s latest release Too Good At Goodbyes – his first single in two years – is leading the field by nearly two copies to one at the midweek stage, said the Official Charts Company.

His closest rivals for the top spot – Dua Lipa’s New Rules and Pink’s What About Us – are holding firm at two and three respectively.

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ANDY Serkis has vowed to continue acting, as he premiered to the world his first film as a director.

The actor who played The Lord Of The Rings’ Gollum debuted his first completed movie in the director’s chair at Toronto International Film Festival on Monday.

Breathe stars Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield as Diana Blacker and Robin Cavendish, a British couple who first fought for Cavendish’s freedom when he was paralysed by polio and then for the rights of others.

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SCARY clowns dominated the UK box office as the remake of Stephen King’s horror film It raked in nearly £10 million during its opening weekend.

The supernatural horror movie version of the author’s 1986 novel follows a group of children who are terrorised by an evil clown called Pennywise.

It is the second adaptation of the book after the 1990 TV miniseries which saw Tim Curry appear as the shape-shifting supernatural villain, a role played by Bill Skarsgard in the new film.

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HONOURS received by Sir Christopher Lee, including his BFI Fellowship Award, wartime medals and Knight Bachelor’s Badge are due to go under the hammer.

The widow of the Hammer horror and Lord Of The Rings actor plans to auction around 50 medals and awards presented to him over his lifetime, before his death in 2015 at the age of 93.

The lots include the medals awarded to him for his active service in the Second World War as a liaison officer in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, including a certificate recording the fact he was mentioned in despatches for gallant and distinguished services in 1944.

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They are expected to sell for upwards of £800.