You’re a big time pop star, a bonafide Marvel superhero, one of the highest paid models in the world. Still feeling the pinch? Time to diversify your portfolio.
The fifth instalment in the classic horror franchise, Evil Dead Rise is only the Dublin director's second film. But he's already tipped to become horror's next gruesome mastermind.
A24’s Talk to Me is already being touted as the supernatural thriller of the summer. To get you in the mood, we’ve ranked the studio’s most bone-chilling prestige horrors. Click through, if you dare…
From Harry Styles in Don't Worry Darling to Kim Kardashian's upcoming turn in American Horror Story, it's now nearly impossible to watch a TV show or film that doesn't have a random celeb in it for no reason. Wait, is that Billie Eilish playing a cult leader in Swarm?
Photographer Anna-Rose McChesney's new photobook captures 172 of Glasgow’s finest clubbers in their best get-ups.
From Marlon Brando and Leonardo DiCaprio to Timothée Chalamet and Pedro Pascal, the objects of our collective infatuation can often reflect our shifting culture and sexuality right back at us.
Podcast: THE FACE team discuss Barbie’s journey from the toybox to Hollywood, via feminist backlash and perhaps the most enviable CV on the planet.
Photographer Conor Beary attended the three-day Sikh festival in Leicester, where sword-fighting is one of the main events.
Three days ago, the Dalai Lama released a social media statement apologising for his inappropriate behaviour with a young boy. But how did the Notes App go from a celeb get-out-of-jail-free card to a legitimate crisis control tool?
Call Sheet: the Australian actor has already played Peter Parker’s classmate, Nicole Kidman’s pupil and Kate Winslet’s daughter. Next up: an Apple TV+ thriller and an all-singing take on that ’00s teen classic.
Contact, a new photobook by Harry Hawkes, documents the intoxicating bodies gathering in clubs post-pandemic, all in the name of human interaction.
Call Sheet: The Korean-American star of Netflix/A24’s new stress-ball dramedy series relives childhood bust-ups and late nights bingeing action films.
As a brand new trailer for Greta Gerwig's anticipated film drops, we chart Barbie's ascent from humble doll to movie star.
Best mates Maria Georgiou and Rhiannon Butler combine comedy and good grub.
The in-demand photographer and FACE contributor is gearing up for his first solo exhibition. Here, he talks family, honing his super style, and giving back to the women who have influenced him along the way.
In aid of food bank charity the Trussell Trust, artist George McCallum and chef Ben Munslow hosted a dining experience inspired by the food we loved as kids.
A certain subset of the internet finds the Succession princeling to be deeply relatable – even if he’s a troubled millionaire nepo baby. Meet the Kendall Girls.
Call Sheet: The Australian actor lifts the lid on her roles in Brandon Cronenberg’s hedonistic body horror and why she gravitates towards complex characters.
Michael Cragg’s exhaustive new book celebrates the highlights and catfights of pop music between 1996 and 2006. Go on, stick on Girls Aloud.
The founder of cult tech brand Nothing, whose transparent designs have become a cool kid favourite, talks disrupting the phone market and bringing fun back to design.
Photographer Brennan Bucannan went inside the weird world of the legendary chat room and came across guns, two-headed babies and a lot of crotch shots.
Photographer and artist Shae DeTar’s debut monograph Another World has been in the works for almost 14 years. The result is a warm celebration of the female body in all its glory.