Zoe Colletti talks us through her starring role in Netflix’s recent supernatural teen sitcom, Boo, Bitch, and working with Hollywood’s biggest hitters.
The Weeknd unveils the first trailer for his dark and dangerous television series, The Idol, starring Lily-Rose Depp.
Stop, watch and repeat: the teaser trailer for Harry Styles’ My Policeman is officially here.
A High School Musical reboot featuring the original cast? Zac Efron is certainly up for it.
First look imagery of Harry Styles’ forthcoming Don’t Worry Darling has audiences hot under their collar — and hiding behind their pillows.
Here is everything we know so far about Netflix’s first adult-only film, Blonde: A Marilyn Monroe biopic starring Ana De Armas.
Starring in the highly anticipated The Batman, Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz cover our Spring 22 issue.
Marvel fans prepare yourselves, as the iconic production company have dropped the first official trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Rising actress, Johanna Liauw, talks starring in Netflix's Tall Girl 2 and turning her dreams into a reality.
Taking the reins in the sex-positive comedy Sex Appeal, Mika Abdalla tells us how she got into character.
Indi Star on juggling acting and singing, the pressures of a big social media following and what she has planned for 2022.
Emily Marie Palmer pulls back the layers on her time in American Horror Story: Coven and her new role in The Last Son.
The wait is over. The first trailer for season two of Netflix’s Emily in Paris, has finally dropped.
Spencer star Kristen Stewart is set to make her directorial debut with Lidia Yuknavitch's memoir The Chronology of Water.
Netflix drops the first trailer for Maggie Gyllenhal's directorial debut The Lost Daughter, starring Paul Mescal and Dakota Johnson.
From the promise of a star-studded cast to harbour-bound filming locations, here is everything we know about the upcoming Wonka film.
Marvel masterpieces, nail-biting royal drama and the return of Joe Goldberg: new trailers for Spencer and Spider-Man: No Way Home in this week's Screen Wonders.
Actress Lauren Lyle talks us through her new show on BBC Vigil and working with Suranne Jones.