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Loki episode 2 is peppered with references from Marvel Comics, from Loki's ancestry to Wisconsin.
From Minari stars Yuh-Jung Youn and Alan Kim to Jodie Foster, six best acceptance speeches from this year's award season
Here are six people who mined unexpected levels of emotion and humour from a remote awards format practically designed to stamp all of those good things out
Chole Zhao became the first woman of colour to win the DGA’s feature-film directing award for Nomadland
Here is a brief guide to everything you need to know before the big announcement.
Golden Globes 2021 nominations: David Fincher's Netflix film Mank in lead with six nods; see full list
The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards will air on 28 February.
Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross' soundtrack for David Fincher's Mank beautifully captures a bygone era of Hollywood
In their fourth cinematic collaboration with Fincher, industrial rockers of Nine Inch Nails-fame and film composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have released the most refreshing soundtrack of this lockdown year.
David Fincher’s Netflix film Mank is a ‘watchable entry in the annals of Hollywood self-obsession’ despite historical contentions
Most characters in David Fincher’s Mank are embedded in a spectacle that shimmers with knowing artificiality
Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona, and how it's different from his previous two documentaries Senna and Amy
Academy Award-winning British Indian filmmaker Asif Kapadia opens up on interacting with Diego Maradona, who was the only alive subject of the three documentaries he has directed so far.
In Mank, Fincher heads back to the 1930s and 'reevaluates Hollywood' through the eyes of screenwriter Herman J Mankiewicz. The film releases on 13 November.
Mank review round-up: David Fincher's 'love letter to Hollywood' is 'lusciously evocative and immersive'
David Fincher's Mank has been receiving praise across the board, particularly on the technical front, with critics calling it 'dazzling craftsmanship'
David Fincher says Mindhunter will not return for a third season because of high-budget, low- viewership
Earlier this year, Mindhunter's actors Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany and Anna Torv were released from their contracts due to uncertainty over the show's future.
Mank will follow Henry Mankiewicz and his battles with Citizen Kane director and its star Orson Welles over screenplay credit for the 1941 cinematic masterpiece.
Utopia review: Amazon's remake of the British cult show is an unwanted stand-in for a season 3 of the original
The show's glaring lack of ambition for telling a story, that is inherently endowed with edge-of-your-seat moments and riveting characters in a gross and murky universe, is insulting to its already well-established fandom.
25 years of Seven: David Fincher's cult film explored the binaries of sin and virtue within a nail-biting thriller
Twenty-five years since its release, Seven remains a cult classic because it inspired many copy-cat clichés in cinema, and launched several careers.
Mank will follow Herman Mankiewicz as he finishes the script of Citizen Kane for director Orson Welles.
David Fincher to write, executive produce prequel series of Roman Polanski's 1974 film Chinatown for Netflix
David Fincher has previously collaborated with Netflix on House of Cards, Mindhunter and Love, Sex & Robots.
Slow Horses will be executive produced by Graham Yost, the producer of Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake.
The launch film of Amrish Puri's grandson Vardhan will clash with Anees Bazmee's comedy ensemble Pagalpanti and Seema Pahwa's directorial debut.
Amanda Seyfriend, Lily Collins join David Fincher's biopic on Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz
The film is based on the script by David Fincher's father, Jack, who had written the draft before his death in 2003.
Mindhunter Season 2 review: Netflix true crime drama shines a brighter light into a serial killer's mind
If Season 1 of Mindhunter presented a sort of preamble to the serial killer psychology, the new season expands on the mythology.