Opinion

Strong female lead: how women’s bodies are changing on-screen

A new wave of plus-sized and strong-framed characters is helping Hollywood shape up

‘Nomadland’ is the film to beat at this year’s Oscars

The first genuinely great piece of post-Trump political cinema is set to clean up

Is ‘The Vaccination Special’ preparing us for the end of ‘South Park’?

One of the greatest episodes ever feels more like a final fling than a grand rebirth

‘WandaVision’ doesn’t need forced feminism to be powerful

Marvel's telly smash presents a complex, flawed hero

‘Riverdale’ isn’t the first show to time-jump its way out of a funk

Skipping forward seven years has reinvigorated the teen drama

The Golden Globes say representation is vital – why has it taken them so long to realise that?

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association – the body behind the awards – addressed the recent diversity scandal during the ceremony

‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ TV series should tread carefully around Bowie’s legacy

Fresh attempts to reimagine Starman's work have been met with outrage

Why do the Golden Globes always get it so wrong?

Every year the glitzy awards unveil their nominations, and every year they are laughed out of Tinseltown

‘The Great’ and how ruthless poshos took over TV

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

Why we never, ever need to see a Donald Trump biopic

Even after a tumultuous end to his presidency, Hollywood won't be able to help itself
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