Opinion

What I learned about XXXTentacion from making a documentary of his life

In ‘Look At Me: XXXTentacion’, producer Rob Stone doesn’t shy away from the real and raw story of the controversial SoundCloud rapper’s short life

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

It took a global pandemic for the BAFTAs to finally get it right

Not so much #BaftasSoWhite as #BaftasSoRight?

‘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

Giving Boris a biopic is exactly what he wants

Kenneth Branagh looks set to immortalise the PM in a new miniseries

‘ZeroZeroZero’ promised a modern day mob thriller – but it’s can’t keep up with the classics

The darkly menacing mafia drama looks beautiful, but there's little substance to go with the style
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