Beth Webb

‘One Night In Miami’ star Leslie Odom Jr.: “Without Sam Cooke there’s no Aretha Franklin”

How playing a soul icon put the 'Hamilton' actor on an even bigger stage

‘Snowpiercer’ season two review: Sean Bean’s campy villain keeps this steampunk thriller on the right track

The 'Game Of Thrones' star plays reclusive billionaire Wilford, whose droll delivery makes for some fun scenes

‘The Great’ and how ruthless poshos took over TV

Well-spoken people doing nasty things to each other? The public can't get enough

‘Outside The Wire’ review: dystopian war thriller wastes its greatest weapon

Fewer righteous sermons about war please, more of Anthony Mackie smashing up bad guys

“A definitive work of American popular culture” – why The Sopranos’ legacy lives on

NME speak to cast members and superfans of the classic show ahead of a new documentary film

How to do Christmas – according to the movies

Don’t show up on your best friend's doorstep and profess your love to his wife... Creepy, Actually

‘The Midnight Sky’ review: George Clooney sci-fi epic is grand but could be bolder

As a director, Clooney is able to summon moments of overpowering wonder

Jessica Barden: “I need to hear Oasis at maximum volume”

The 'End Of The F***ing World' star on fame, Hollywood and how 'Champagne Supernova' got her through lockdown

‘Possessor’ director Brandon Cronenberg: “I’m not interested in legacy”

Horror's creepiest new voice – and son of genre legend David – speaks out

‘Lovers Rock’ review: Steve McQueen’s euphoric night out in ’80s west London

The latest instalment from the director's 'Small Axe' anthology takes viewers to a hedonistic dance party in Ladbroke Grove