'WandaVision' and 'The Mandalorian' are doled out in chunks rather than in one, binge-ready smorgasbord. Is this the return of weekly event TV?
With cinemas remaining closed for the immediate future, 2021 is shaping up as a crucial scuffle between the big boys of streaming entertainment.
Armie Hammer has left 'Shotgun Wedding' after controversial DMs he allegedly sent went viral. But he's not the only star to make a last minute exit from a big movie.
Shonda Rhimes' Bridgerton is just the latest period drama to capture our attention, and it's all Colin Firth's fault.
“I watched a lot of interviews with Bob Hoskins about the world they created with Who Framed Roger Rabbit," the Kick-Ass star revealed.
Given the fact 2020 ended up as something of a wasteland for big franchise releases, you’d be forgiven for thinking that everything coming out in 2021 will be a tentpole blockbuster. As much as Marvel and the other big franchises are exciting, it’s merciful to see that there’s still plenty of original storytelling on the way.Read more: Films that defined 2020The first six months of the new year will feature a selection of mouth-watering prospects, from likely awards season contenders to family films from the major studios with plenty of future franchise potential.There’s also a new Edgar Wright movie coming, and there are few things more exciting than that.
From charming animation to hard-hitting British drama, 2020 has certainly had its fair share of hidden cinematic gems.
“It was a big hook,” smiles Director Jay Roach, recalling the all-too-relatable crux of his cringe-heavy hit Meet The Parents, which turns 20 this year.
Marie Dailey spent the last six years documenting the human side of the country. This article, French expat captures a Singapore that’s more than ‘country of millionaires’, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
Actors love the opportunity to transform. There’s no better way to become somebody else than by looking nothing like the person you were when you arrived on set.This year might not have been one packed with mega-budget blockbusters and huge releases due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, but the world of movies has stepped up to the plate to provide plenty of excellent stuff for cinephiles to chew on.So, from blockbusters to Oscar-nominated dramas, here are the most dramatic and impressive transformations pulled off by actors in movies released in the UK in 2020.Read more: The most impressive transformations of 2019
The actress and the musician met while they were filming "Midnight in the Switchgrass" in Puerto Rico.
It’s been called one of the worst films of the '80s, or even all time, but the sci-fi rock opera just might have predicted the advent of 'American Idol.'
The Jersey City-born heroine isn’t just an important fixture in the MCU of tomorrow: She’s front and centre across all of Marvel’s various platforms, including comic books, animated series and video games.
Johnny Depp has been forced out of his role as Grindelwald in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise. He's not the first to be usurped for a major movie part.
Jim Carrey's gurning performance a Dr Seuss's famous Scrooge has endured for two decades.