We’ve compiled a list of streaming services that offer a range of content for you during this period.
Releasing new music at this worrying time may seem tricky, but singer Dua Lipa was bullish about it. In fact, she was as concerned as her fans (hello!) when she dropped her new album, Future Nostalgia last Friday.
SINGAPORE — Singapore broadcaster Mediacorp says that it will continue production of its television shows amid the coronavirus pandemic.
We caught up with the Australian actress Geraldine Viswanathan in a group interview and asked her about her thoughts working with Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe, as well as her upcoming HBO movie Bad Education which stars Hugh Jackman.
Women are indeed, moving the needle in the entertainment industry. Today, we’ve seen more women raising the bar when it comes to acting (Awkwafina’s breakthrough role in The Farewell) and even directing (Anna Boden for Captain Marvel). So when Netflix presented me with an opportunity to interview three female heavyweights in the entertainment industry, at the same time, I couldn’t say no.
This action comedy pulls on your heart strings, but it feels like you're watching some sort of Frankenstein's monster made up of product placement scenes.
The premise of this Kaiji movie remains the same — a plucky gambler must overcome several gambling challenges to save the day.
SINGAPORE — Telco and pay TV provider StarHub announced last Friday (6 March) that it is adding Netflix as a service within its entertainment and broadband bundle, which will cost $79.90 a month.
Netflix’s latest nature documentary series features not just one, but two kinds of animals from Singapore.
One of BTS's biggest fans is 48-year-old Mary Russell, a mother, a grandmother, and a kindergarten teacher from Chesapeake, Virginia.
The retired NBA star told "Good Morning America" seeing 12-year-old Zaya live as her authentic self was "a moment of real" for him and his wife, Gabrielle Union.
Fans, family and loved ones woke up to the shocking news of Ashraf Sinclair’s passing today (18 Feb).
The 13-episode series, like the acclaimed play it is based on, follows the life of Madam Oon Ah Chiam, a kampong girl turned shining wayang star.
A Fool In Love, Love Like A Fool is a mouthful to say, but like its title suggests, the movie is about Xiang-wei (portrayed by Leo Tsai), “a fool” who falls in love with Blue, who he thinks is a mermaid (portrayed by Kuo Shu-yau). As a person with Down’s Syndrome, Xiang-wei is well taken care of by his mother (portrayed by Tien Niu), who hopes that he can take care of himself in his daily life eventually.
One Love Asia Festival is still scheduled to make its debut on 1 and 2 May 2020 at Bayfront Event Space, Singapore.
The streaming giant revealed the censorship demands that it faced in its first Environmental Social Governance report.
The results for your favourite actor/actress to win big at the Oscars are here!
Class conflict dark comedy Parasite, by South Korean director Bong Joon Ho, was the big winner of the night.
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea will raise their entrance fees on 1 April this year, as announced by their operator The Oriental Land Company.
Yahoo Lifestyle SEA caught up with Mel C about her new single, what the rest of the Spice Girls think of it and her plans to visit Asia. Watch the video for “High Heels” below.
We had a chat with British actor Mark Williams about the appeal of the detective genre and how Father Brown is different from other murder mystery shows.
Eiichiro Oda, creator of One Piece, announced the beginning of production on a live action series for the wildly popular pirate adventure story.