My parenting objective is to get through the day without anyone getting a rash’ Says Sally Phillips

My parenting objective is to get through the day without anyone getting a rash’ Says Sally Phillips

Sally Phillips is used to strangers grinning at her. “I haven’t played a lot of murderers, so when I walk down the street, people smile at me,” she says. To them, she is the giggling receptionist in I’m Alan Partridge, a range of wacky characters in Nineties sketch show Smack the Pony, Bridget Jones’s brassy best friend […]

Duffer brothers dash fans’ hopes for final episodes

Duffer brothers dash fans’ hopes for final episodes

The Stranger Things writers have explained how they decided who would die in season four. Season four recently concluded with a second volume of episodes, which were released on Friday (1 July). Viewers have been watching the new instalments in their millions, with the show continuing its record-breaking run for NetflixThe episodes didn’t come without some heartbreak, though– […]

In the Black Fantastic review: A beguiling survey of Afrofuturism

In the Black Fantastic review: A beguiling survey of Afrofuturism

The Hayward Gallery’s eagerly awaited exhibition is a fascinating look at an emerging sensibility – even if ‘the fantastic’ is an occasionally elusive concept. Maybe it’s a reaction to the toughness of the times, but “the fantastic” is suddenly everywhere in art. From this year’s Venice Biennale, with its surfeit of updated surrealism and sci-fi-influenced cyborg […]

I’ve had some issues with, you know, madness

I’ve had some issues with, you know, madness

The versatile actor David Harbour speaks about how his experiences with mental health led to his new West End play, family life with pop star Lily Allen, and ‘the problem with James Bond’ David Harbour denies he’s become British. And yet… the evidence is stacking up. Firstly, the Stranger Things star begins our interview by making a […]

David Harbour is tremendous fun in this old-fashioned comedy

David Harbour is tremendous fun in this old-fashioned comedy

It’s a fine showcase for the talents of Harbour and Bill Pullman, but ‘Mad House’ is built on shaky foundations The new comedy from American playwright Theresa Rebeck is calculatedly icky. In Mad House, an old man marinates in his own malevolence as his equally unpleasant adult children squabble over his money. It’s an entertaining but uninspired […]

“The Girl In The Yellow Jumper” Ugandan Action Movie in Cinemas this April

“The Girl In The Yellow Jumper” Ugandan Action Movie in Cinemas this April

This  is one of the greatest Ugandan action movies, the Girl In The Yellow Jumper will hit Cinemas on 18th April 2020. This movie was directed by Loukman Ali of Loukout Films and made in Uganda. It features top Ugandan Actors and Actresses like Michael Wawuyo Jr, Michael Wawuyo, Maurice Kirya, Gladys Oyenbot, Rehema Nanfuka, […]

Sweet Country Official Trailer “A must Watch Movie”

Inspired by real events, Sweet Country is a period western set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia. An Aboriginal man from Australia’s Northern Territory goes on the run after he kills a white man in self-defence. Initial release: January 25, 2018 (Australia) Director: Warwick Thornton Casting director: Anousha Zarkesh Nominations: Golden Lion, Volpi Cup for Best […]

Stan Lee Dies at the Age of 95, Marvel Comics Legend

Stan Lee Dies at the Age of 95, Marvel Comics Legend

Stan Lee  was an American comic book writer, editor, producer, and publisher born in December 28, 1922(New York city). He was the editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, and later its publisher and chairman, leading its expansion from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. In collaboration with several artists, particularly Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko he co-created fictional characters including Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic […]

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