Gillian Flynn talks dabbling in conspiracy theories with Amazon Prime Video's Utopia, and a possible season 2
I think it’s easy to get wrapped up in conspiracies, because there is sort of an interesting intellectual factor where doubting makes you feel cynical. It’s easier to cross your arms, and go, “Oh, but there’s more to this.”
Bruce Springsteen on Letter To You, Apple TV+ documentary, and why he's not concerned about his 'legacy'
"Legacy was on my mind when I was, like, a kid. Now I make music in the present, for the present," says Bruce Springsteen ahead of the launch of his new album Letter to You.
Post Nishabdham, Anjali will be a part of the Netflix anthology directed by Vignesh ShivN, and she also has Pawan Kalyan’s Vakeel Saab coming up.
Pete Nowalk on creating the world of How to Get Away with Murder, writing an inclusive show that broke stereotypes
When writing this show, I didn't define any character by their race or ethnicity, says Pete Nowalk.
Aishwarya Rajesh, director Virumandi talk about Tamil cinema's first pay-per-view model film, Ka Pae Ranasingam
Aishwarya Rajesh and Vijay Sethupathi's Ka Pae Ranasingam will become the first Tamil film to premiere in the digital platform on a pay-per-view model on Zee Plex
Anushka Shetty and Madhavan's Nishabdham will be the next big film to skip a theatrical release and premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 2 October.
Barun Sobti’s role as a grubby and lively investigator in Eros Now's Halahal marks a departure from his popular frame as a broody romantic or the troubled CBI agent in Voot Select’s Asur.
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown features in and as Enola Holmes in the Netflix film — an adaptation of Nancy Springer's The Case of the Missing Marquess — along with Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Sam Claflin as Mycroft Holmes and Helena Bonham Carter as Eudoria Holmes.
In MD Pallavi's 'Salt', a woman and her daughters walk the hard line between hunger and dignity.
Kamu Iyer passes away: Revisiting noted architect's 2014 interview in which he spoke of Mumbai's metamorphosis
Kamu Iyer's observations present us with an alternative genealogy to understand Mumbai as it is today, writes Mustansir Dalvi.
Keith Urban speaks about upcoming album Speed of Now Part 1, and finding 'commonality' across music genres
Keith Urban's new album Speed of Now Part 1, including two songs in collaboration with singer-songwriter Breland, releases today.
'Salt' revolves around a family of three women — a mother and two daughters — who are coping with the pandemic and its resulting shortcomings by telling each other stories and faking the food on their plate.
In an interview with Firstpost, Rytasha Rathore talks about her character in the Netflix show Masaba Masaba, the reason she supports body positivity and why mind therapy is key in her life.
David Byrne discusses the 'universality' of American Utopia, and how it's 'uplifting' despite 'dark' themes
As American Utopia kicks off Toronto International Film Festival, David Byrne addresses pandemic blues, apologising for blackface to Spike Lee and the joy of live performance.
MasterChef Australia season 12 winner Emelia Jackson on her win, upcoming projects and love for Indian food
In an exclusive interview with Firstpost, Emelia Jackson spoke about her journey on MasterChef Australia: Back to Win and what lies ahead
Comedian 'Aiyyo Shraddha' opens up on her multilingual comedy sets and gaining pan-Indian popularity
Before her instagram comedy sets became vastly popular, Shraddha dabbled with radio and TV, and was part of the OTT space with a memorable role as Vasu the PG owner in Amazon Prime Video's Pushpavalli.
Anukrti Upadhyay on her novel Kintsugi, bringing together cultures of Jaipur and Japan in a delicate narrative
Anukrti Upadhyay’s Kintsugi weaves two seemingly contradictory worlds together.
Dirk Maggs has adapted and directed Neil Gaiman's seminal The Sandman comics into an audio drama for Audible. The 10-hour adaptation has been an idea at least three decades in the making.
The Naseeruddin Shah interview | 'Writing has been the bane of Hindi movies. We were happy to plagiarise all the time'
In conversation with Firstpost, Naseeruddin Shah opens up about the bane of plagiarism in Hindi cinema, the joy of rediscovering Shakespeare and reciting Faiz in lockdown, and his fear of becoming a liability on his family.
In this interview Bobby Deol shares his thoughts on early stardom, losing focus, regaining confidence and his new innings.