Colossal and the hometown demons: Why we visit, return to and find sanctuary in the places we come from
Colossal uses the sensory escapism of a creature movie as an expression – and a literal extension – of personal demons.
Black Panther 2 adds Michaela Coel, Vidyut Jammwal's Khuda Haafiz 2 begins shoot: A round-up of film and TV announcements
Other announcements include The Kapil Sharma Show's team getting vaccinated and America Ferrera boarding the cast of Apple's series WeCrashed.
The Devil Wears Prada, The Intern, and The Bold Type's lessons on mentorship offer reassurance — and life truths
Miranda Priestly, Jules Ostin, and Jacqueline Carlyle pay the price of being women in power. They battle strained relationships with partners at home and corporate politics at work. On days when I am struggling with striking the right balance, their stories are reassurance that despite my diligence and vision, I will always be a work-in-progress.
We tell ourselves that we love our parents too much to see them suffer. But is our love honourable if it doesn’t involve sacrifice?
Solos review: Amazon Prime Video sci-fi anthology is a worthy exploration of humans connected by isolation
Isolation, a sense of loss, and technology — three relevant threads run through all seven short films in David Weil's perceptive sci-fi anthology Solos.
The much-awaited horror film A Quiet Place Part II will see John Krasinski and Emily Blunt reprise their roles.
Solos, created by David Weil, also features Helen Mirren, Uzo Aduba, Nicole Beharie, Anthony Mackie, Dan Stevens and Constance Wu
The Witches movie review: Octavia Spencer is mostly what's watchable in this creepy, potentially scarring children's film
Robert Zemeckis' reimagination of The Witches touches every note of creepy there is, trying hard to be terrifying, but settles in the confusing zone of being just disturbing.
Robert Zemeckis' reimagination of The Witches is a missed opportunity, remains burdened by its creepiness
The Witches is just a weird stew of jokes, fantastical turns, swooping cameras, half-baked ideas, and ugly signifiers.
Anne Hathaway, Jared Leto to lead, executive produce Apple TV+ series based on rise and fall of WeWork
The scripted series, titled WeCrashed, sees Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway play WeWork founders Adam Neumann and his wife Rebekah Neumann, respectively.
Warner Bros new film version of Roald Dahl's novel The Witches has been criticised for its depictions of limb impairments.
Despite having two women at its centre, The Devil Wears Prada ended up reaffirming and perpetuating harmful gender stereotypes for the most part.
The cast of Netflix's O2 also includes French actors Mathieu Amalric and Malik Zidi.
Warner Bros changes The Matrix 4 release date to 4 April, 2021; Godzilla vs Kong pushed to 21 May next year
The Matrix 4 was initially scheduled to hit cinemas on 21 May, 2021 alongside his John Wick: Chapter 4.
Anne Hathaway opens up on playing a journalist in Dee Rees' political thriller The Last Thing He Wanted
In The Last Thing He Wanted, Anne Hathaway plays a hardscrabble journalist Elena McMahon who gets embroiled in the dangerous world of arms dealing.
Deepika Padukone, Rishi Kapoor to star in Hindi adaptation of Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway's The Intern
AZURE Entertainment and Warner Bros India are jointly producing the project along with Deepika Padukone's Ka Productions
Modern Love: Amazon Studios renews anthology series featuring Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel, for second season
Modern Love, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video on 18 October, is based on New York Times column and podcast and features standalone stories of everyday romance.
Modern Love review: Amazon Prime series is a celebration of romance — big, small, complex and polarising
Modern Love is for the eternal hopeful in all of us.
Robert Pattinson thinks Batman is not a 'golden boy'; Halle Berry, Michelle Pfeiffer congratulate Zoe Kravitz for Catwoman
The Batman star Robert Pattinson has opened up on why he thinks the caped crusader is 'not a hero'.
Zoë Kravitz could not audition for Catwoman because of her racial background, reveals 2015 interview of actress
In a 2015 interview, Zoe Kravitz revealed she was told, "We're not going urban", when she wanted to audition for the role of Catwoman.