Is it football as content? A strain to inject some reason into the international down period between competitions people actually like? However it got here, the vibe is no longer good.
Love Island is back and with it, a host of pop anthems and piano house aimed squarely at the charts. But what makes a song sound heterosexual and – crucially – slap?
Ninja Thyberg’s latest film is a shocking, explicit watch. We speak to its leading star about power dynamics, onion sandwiches on set, and why we need to talk about porn.
The 25-year-old writer/director/actor wowed Sundance and SXSW. Now, as his good-natured romance co-starring Dakota Johnson comes to Apple TV+, we ask “Generation TikTok’s auteur”: where did it all go right?
In the newly-formed zine, founder Izzy Gorman-Buckley celebrates cities in all their subversive glory. Here, we meet artists Trackie McLeod, Shrek666 and Beth Henderson.
The New Yorker loved Honor Levy's writing so much that they published one of her short stories when she was only 21. Now she’s one of the most intriguing talents in the literary world.
We speak to the writer and showrunner about the inspiration for his brilliant new HBO drama, We Own This City, and the other media that shapes him.
We may have collectively lost our libido, but fashion certainly hasn’t: skirts are getting shorter, boots higher and shirts are disappearing all together.
The duo have collaborated on a new exhibition, The Uncanny Valley, bringing together their surreal takes on everyday scenes.
The star of the first Muslim superhero comic in the Marvel Cinematic Universe shares what she’s been reading, watching, memeing and more.
With his off-the-wall reports on wasted spring breakers, flat earthers and far-right protesters, Callaghan has built an audience of millions. But despite the laughs his Channel 5 platform provokes, he tells THE FACE that his journalism is no joke.
From Wagatha Christie to Depp v. Heard, the media circus around trials means the public exonerates the stars it chooses to side with. But what are the consequences of us playing judge?
With some critics heralding the latest A24 film the horror of the year so far, we take a look-back at the folks that came before it. Expect pagan rituals, witchcraft and a creaky branch or two.
The Lateish Show funny guy has conquered the BAFTAs, Netflix and the Brit Awards. What’s next on his world domination to-do list? Er… gardening. Watch out, Titchmarsh.
Hackney’s wackiest community shopping destination is a Santa’s grotto of cult memorabilia and homemade weirdness. Jack Mitchell and Roydon Misseldine stock everything from Baby-Gs and troll dolls to DIY zines and fantastic fashion, only available IRL.
WAGs still exist, sure. But no one’s doing it like the noughties OGs anymore.
Green juice cleanse? No, thanks. A new and improved girlboss is reigning terror and she doesn’t just beat men at their own game – she eats them, too.
Supreme’s favourite videographer has a killer instinct when it comes to spotting new talent. This year, he decided to start his own company and break the hard-entrenched rules of skateboarding in the process.
Prada loves him, he’s acted in one of Netflix’s biggest films of 2020, and is about to star as Sid Vicious in a TV drama about the 20th century’s most notorious British band, the Sex Pistols. Where did it all go wrong, Louis Partridge? Where did it all go wrong…?
Meet designer Randa Kherba, actor Marli Siu, author Moses McKenzie, chef Rahel Stephanie, musician Rainy Miller and photographer Fin Flint – six up and comers across six different disciplines to keep a watchful eye on. They’re gonna be huge.
After a three-year wait, the fourth series of Stranger Things has finally dropped. But we were too distracted by the cast’s dodgy ’dos to concentrate on what was actually going on.
The East Londoner killed it in drama school pal Michaela Coel’s devastating I May Destroy You. Now, he’s in the thick of the apocalyptic action in Alex Garland’s Men and Sky’s The Lazarus Project. But don’t worry – he’s still got time for Glasto…
The actor, model and only celebrity who’s currently celebrity-ing properly discusses outer space, inner thoughts and how she’ll be remembered in the history books.
By day, they’re balancing spreadsheets and cooking up sales strategies. By night, they’re head banging to My Chemical Romance. Welcome to the dual life of corporate emos.