Moonlight’s Barry Jenkins returns with gripping series The Underground Railroad, and we're off into space for the new Fast 9: all new trailers in this week's Screen Wonders.
Lady Gaga and Adam Driver fans are eating good as snaps of the pair in wedding attire and ski suits are drip fed from Ridley Scott's House of Gucci set.
Chloé Zhao makes history, Minari's Yuh-Jung Youn calls out the British public, and Daniel Kaluuya celebrates by taking a bath? Everything that went down at this year's BAFTAs.
Paris Hilton, Winnie Harlow and Pamela Anderson are all set to star 18 & Over, a quarantine slasher co-produced by Ashley Benson.
Andrew Garfield and Alexa Demie explore the underbelly of social media stardom in Mainstream, and we get a look at the emotional final season of Pose in this week’s Screen Wonders.
Netflix stars Alisha Boe and Noah Centineo explore pleasure and heartbreak in Sarah Bahbah’s new photo series.
Meet Lucie Bourdeu and Jonathan Ajayi, the stars of powerful post-Brexit love story, The Drifters.
After some much needed downtime at home in Australia, Euphoria and Kissing Booth star Jacob Elordi is back – covering Man About Town, Chapter 1.
HBO's female-centric sci-fi fantasy The Nevers, and Margot Robbie, Idris Elba and Pete Davidson hit up James Gunn's R-rated The Suicide Squad in this week's film and television to watch.
Demi Lovato releases the first two parts of her harrowing documentary about her overdose, Dancing with the Devil.
HBO announces three new Game of Thrones spin-offs ahead of the production for prequel series House of Dragon.
Speaking to Jamie Dornan, Behind Her Eyes star Eve Hewson talks following her work around the world, hitting pause at home in lockdown, and what’s next.
Euphoric outer space adventures or re-experience the cusp of adulthood? You decide in this week's Screen Wonders featuring Voyagers and Here are The Young Men.
Charlie Carver talks The Boys in the Band, LGBTQ+ representation on-screen, and the value of telling stories through film.
The nominations are here! Mank, Judas and the Black Messiah and Minari are the top contenders for this year's virtually-held Oscars.
BAFTA's Rising Star nominee Conrad Khan talks drama Country Lines and the conversations he hopes the film will start.
Virtual red carpets, boatloads of technical difficulties and shots fired at the HFPA – here is everything that went down at this year's Golden Globes.
Phone Home? Home Slice? Homewrecker? Zendaya, Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon, send the internet into a meltdown as they announce the potential names for Spider-Man 3.
Scream Queens, Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives: Disney+ drops 276 new titles for adult-focused channel, Disney Star.