My Media Diet: The new leading man on the Black-ish spin-off gives us a peep behind his black mirror, memes and all.
The most depressing day of the year is upon us, so we’ve compiled a list of our favourite films for you to curl up with and wallow.
We managed to secure an exclusive with the biggest, baddest AI diva in Hollywood. ChatGPT3 has nothing on this killer doll. M3GAN's so sweet, she's to die for.
Alongside Cate Blanchett, newcomer Sophie Kauer is the stand-out in Tár. As the brilliant psychological drama starts hoovering up awards-season love, we speak to the 21-year-old music student from Guildford – and tap her for an exclusive "Introduction to Classical Music" playlist.
From M3GAN’s pre-kill performance to Wednesday’s Spooky Girl’s Frug, there’s only one way to dance right now: utterly deranged.
My Media Diet: Here’s what FSN’s big boss gets up to when he’s not busy writing fictional celebrity headlines and waxing lyrical about Rihanna taking the bins out.
London-based artist Racheal Crowther's new work depicts a Peckham care centre, forced to close due to austerity.
Filmmaker Leo Leigh's evocative photo book revisits an unearthed box of tapes from his youth. Cue: McDonald's wrappers, smoking on busses, and bongs.
The artist has unveiled a 19ft behemoth created using rubbish excavated from Bali’s rivers. Now he hopes to inspire a new generation to think about sustainability.
Dollies and mermaids and whales, oh my! Counting down the movie magic we’re most excited about this year.
Zombies, cannibals, bitchy witches and not-so-super heroes will all be invading your telly this year. Your best defence? A comfy sofa.
Instagram-surrealism, Jeffrey Campbell Litas, custom-made drugs and finding new ways to entertain ourselves: our favourite Substack writers more weigh in on the future of everything.
Meet the actors, musicians, and designers looking to leave their mark this year.
Call sheet: From Moonlight acclaim to a lead role in Whitney biopic I Wanna Dance with Somebody, the path to becoming a critical darling has never looked so chic.
The five best non-lead TV actors of 2022 #5: The youngest sibling in Sharon Horgan’s firecracker ensemble dramedy had us crushing in all the right ways.
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.