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David Arquette: fake it till you make it

The star of the Scream films was also an improbable wrestling star – too improbable even for wrestling. A new documentary chronicles the actor’s attempts at a comeback in the so-called sport. But does it have the ring of truth?

British art special

With frustration comes fearlessness, if the young, emerging British artists of today are anything to go by. Responding to the politics, protest and pandemic of the past year, THE FACE introduces you to 13 bold and brilliant painters, photographers, filmmakers and sculpturists making British art special.

My media diet: Industry’s Harry Lawtey

Capitalist striver and bisexual Robert is a point of fascination in HBO’s finance sleeper hit series. When not on the trading floor, this is what the actor who plays him enjoys…

The OnlyFans revolution

2020 in review: Due to a precarious economy, Covid safety measures and irrepressible lockdown horniness, the site enjoyed a huge surge. It was only a matter of time before celebrities wanted a slice of the action.

A playful snapshot of youth in China

From drinking on streets and fumbling around in playgrounds, to blasting water from a penis-shaped pistol, photographer Wu Liewei aims to debunk Western stereotypes of his home country.

Ello, sunshine! These photos will lift your spirits

Artist and Central Saint Martins graduate Stephanie Francis-Shanahan has whipped up the perfect antidote for one helluva crap year: a technicoloured photo book with ravers, dancers, positive messages and felt-tipped butterflies living side-by-side.

Shifting the narrative for Asian masculinity

Younglawa, a photo series by Singaporean photographer Hidhir Badaruddin, challenges the negative stereotypes of Asian male identity he grew up with, establishing an alternate vision that celebrates youth, tenderness and soul.

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