Johnny Depp, Liam Gallagher and an American astronaut have been added to this year's Glastonbury line-up.
Depp will be the guest of honour at a new drive-in movie area called Cineramageddon, while Gallagher will sing on The Other Stage.
Mike Massimino, a NASA astronaut and engineer, will give a talk at the festival. It is the first time an astronaut has appeared at Glastonbury.
Depp will introduce his favourite film choices which will be screened throughout the night on 22 June and will discuss his selections with director Julien Temple.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star's film choices include Withnail and I, of which Depp says: "No film has ever made me laugh more, or filled me with so much joy and dread."
Among his other selections are his own films Dead Man, which he describes as "an epic visual poem", and The Libertine, which he is very "proud" of and says: "This is one of those films that got lost in the shuffle."
Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran are headlining this year's event.