The five best non-lead TV characters of 2022 #4: One half of the local duo that indisputably won the second series of the mega HBO show, Mia made getting everything you ever wanted look easy.
The five best non-lead TV characters of 2022 #3: In a cast full of weirdos, misfits and psychopaths, this queen bee proved that bitches have hearts, too.
The five best non-lead TV characters of 2022 #2: He’s got one eye, hates his family, has an appetite for revenge and rides the biggest dragon in Westeros. No pressure, then, for the actor playing him.
Because sometimes a sensible plotline just doesn’t hit the spot.
Ebon Moss-Bachrach on The Bear’s Cousin Richie: “I’m just mostly smoking cigarettes and yelling at people”
The five best non-lead TV characters of 2022 #1: Chef’s kiss for the restaurant manager played by an IRL sandwich connoisseur. At least he’s the show's lead asshole.
The dream may be over, but Morocco provided a captivating World Cup journey – brought to life by the mega celebrations of its fans.
Call Sheet: the teenage star of His Dark Materials talks abusive onscreen parents and entering the Star Wars universe with The Acolyte.
The young Londoner spent two years, naked and blue, filming James Cameron’s epic sequel. This is The Way of Water, and the way of building an acting career from teenage dreams.
My Media Diet: In her debut novel, Allie Rowbottom unpicks what longing for synthetic beauty can do to a person’s psyche. Here’s what the author – who’s well acquainted with Instagram’s dark underbelly – gets up to online.
Sam Levinson’s upcoming show The Idol touts itself as “the sleaziest love story in all of Hollywood”. But in the year of Blonde, Pam & Tommy and a post-Roe United States, any story that claims to be the pinnacle of sleaze faces stiff – no pun intended – competition.
Bored of the usual suspects? We’ve ranked the best crap-but-loveable Christmas films, from Netflix to Disney+.
He has a gig in Amazon Prime’s blockbuster The Lord of the Rings series, a blossoming music career and a pair of brand-new, 100 per cent precious Prada shoes. Pays to be slap bang in Middle-earth, eh?
Call Sheet: With the hit Netflix show Manifest coming to an end, 21-year-old actor Luna Blaise is ready for her next challenge.
From Glass Onion and The Menu to Triangle of Sadness, right now, there's only one message (ironically) coming out of Hollywood: rich people are bad.
For the first time ever, breaking is set to feature in Paris’ 2024 Olympics. We caught up with Demierre on TikTok virality, the sport’s thriving community and this year’s Red Bull BC One championship.
With the raunchy humour of Call Her Daddy, 28-year-old Alex Cooper is changing the world of podcasting. Here’s how the relationship sexpert and celebrity confidante created a business that’s worth £52 million (!) to Spotify.
In the mood for more morbid telly after bingeing Jenna Ortega’s hit Netflix series? We’ve got you covered.
Taking over The London EDITION’s fancy lobby, the artist and living sculptor has gone all out for Yuletide festivities.
... Or, well, the very nice human actor and magician attached to Thing, Christopher Hart, who, across three Addams Family movies in the ’90s, had the best hand job in Hollywood.
Director Luca Guadagnino on combining teenage love with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Lovely.
Jenna Ortega is the star of Wednesday, Netflix’s Addams Family reboot. Olivia Rodrigo is… well, you know who she is. The old Disney pals chat about fame, Tim Burton doing plaits and being asked for autographs while peeing. Individually they’re scarily talented. Together? So cool it’s frightening.
For pristine pearly whites, we at THE FACE use Troothpaste (that’s with an R). Brush twice a day, every day, for gleaming gnashers so bright they glow in the dark. Even Elton John’s on it.