Never Stop is a comedy sports film that throws light on the emotional turmoil that athletes experience, especially after they retire.
Adapted from a Chinese web story, Love Will Tear Us Apart is the tale of a 10-year romance between Lu Qinyang (Qu Chuxiao) and Ling Yiyao (Zhang Jingyi).
Tom Hiddleston, as well as head writer Michael Waldron, have confirmed in interviews that Loki is gender-fluid in the latest Marvel TV series.
Singaporean filmmaker Kirsten Tan, director of award-winning film Pop Aye, has come out as queer.
Tom Hiddleston's delight at playing the Norse god of mischief is palpable in Loki, Disney Plus' new Marvel series.
Its Premier Access period ended on 4 June, whereupon the movie became available to subscribers for free.
Sailor Moon Eternal is the anime adaptation that all Sailor Moon fans have been waiting for.
The issues that yakuza ex-convicts face in Japan are told through the character of Mikami, a hot-tempered and impulsive man.
Geeks of all stripes will be thrilled as Loki drops on Disney+ this month, while Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie and Rurouni Kenshin: The Final hit Netflix as well.
The Final is set in 1879, when Kenshin and his allies face their strongest enemy yet: his former brother-in-law Enishi Yukishiro.
About 36 times the size of a regular manga, the titan-sized Attack On Titan manga was created to promote the final 34th volume of the series.
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds signed an autograph for the Stray Kids singer after he professed to being a fan of the actor.
Jujutsu Kaisen, featuring battles between Jujutsu Sorcerers and Cursed Spirits, is one of the hottest new anime series.
The action star hopes his first lead role in Zack Snyder's zombie flick Army Of The Dead will establish him as a serious dramatic actor.
Super Me is a cautionary fable against wishing for unearned wealth, but it needed more work in executing that idea.
In this sequel to 77 Heartbreaks, Charlene Choi's Eva and Chau Pak-ho's Adam have to contend with a third party played by Mario Maurer.
The Rurouni Kenshin movies were supposed to be released in theatres in Japan last summer, but owing to the pandemic, the releases were postponed to this year.
Cliff Walkers could have been a good spy thriller, but its story is marred by its propagandistic bent.