The gripping but polarising mini-series was made without Pamela Anderson’s blessing. But actress-turned-director Bell, herself a victim of a nude photo theft, felt Pammy's story was too prescient not to tell.
For over four decades, Benett has shot defining moments in pop culture, like Geri in that Union Jack dress, or Kate and Naomi on a ’90s night out. Now, he’s getting ready for his first-ever solo exhibition.
Star Wars has a long legacy of unnecessary spinning in fight scenes. So why were fans so upset when space mod Skad added to the tradition in The Book of Boba Fett’s finale?
In honour of Valentine’s Day, THE FACE have put together a list of the hottest, sexiest, steamiest photobooks available right now. Erotica, homoerotica, rare Japanese gems, first-time snogs and DIY zines – we’ve got ’em all.
Tipped to win big at this year’s Oscars, Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s mighty touch seems to be turning everything to gold. With his latest film, Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy, out now, THE FACE picks his brains.
During National HIV Testing Week, the breakout star of the best British TV drama of 2021 discusses the show’s ongoing impact, sharing a stage with Jessie Buckley and his role as a gay confidant in a new Beatles biopic.
Imagine no more, reader. Euphoria Addicted is the Instagram immortalising the show in, well, Barbie and Ken dolls.
Your go-to guide of the best releases to indulge in this month.
In Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, by drawing from his own experience, Sam Levinson showed us everything we knew Euphoria could still be: a poignant and emotional story of addiction.
The bestselling author’s anticipated debut novel tells the warm tale of a fake relationship blossoming into a full-blown romance. Go on, be the first to get stuck in!
Documenting the Nameplate debunks the notion that nameplates are nothing more than fancy bits of bling, celebrating the rich, emotional history behind the pieces.
Public voting opens today, so you can have your say on who gets props for being this year’s biggest and brightest acting talent.
She used to be big in the porn industry. Now she plays Faye, a hilarious junkie in one of TV’s hottest dramas. Here’s a breakdown of Chloe Cherry’s favourite internet habits.
The Brooklyn-based author’s explosive debut novel explores modern – and often toxic – masculinity through a radical viewpoint. Here’s how one of literature’s most exciting new voices spends his time off the page.
Never before has the willy had more of a starring role in TV. But Euphoria, Elite, Sex/Life and, now, And Just Like That, are just pieces in a full-blown, rock-hard renaissance.
This month, the actor did the double, appearing in the biggest film of the moment (Scream) and the best drama on TV (Yellowjackets). We Zoomed her in Los Angeles to celebrate screen hits and plot twists (with, also, some spoilers).
Schools out… for the apocalypse. All Of Us Are Dead already sounds unmissable.
To celebrate Skins’ 15 year anniversary, and, well, the second season of Euphoria, we pit TV's ultimate hot girls against one another.
Skins walked so Euphoria could run, bringing pill-popping hedonism and teen struggles with mental health to the fore. Fifteen years after the show premiered, we spoke to two teachers working in secondary schools when it aired and asked: was the show actually reflective of real-world issues? Or was it just standing in the way of control?
Before it was an international smash-hit HBO show set in California, Euphoria was a drama about messed-up middle-class kids in Israel. Here’s how the obscure original compares – and why it was cancelled after one series.
It’s all kicking off in new BBC series The Responder. The East London actor tells us why the Liverpool-set drama is a must-see cop show with a difference.
With the second sequel of a second-time-rebooted superhero franchise currently enticing cinema-goers back in droves, we ask industry experts: just what is driving movie-going post-pandemic? Spoiler alert: it isn’t just spoilers.