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.
Parasite directer and Oscar-winner Bong Joon-ho has finished writing his follow-up to the film.
With Alton Mason reportedly being cast as Little Richard in the Elvis biopic, we round-up everything we know about the film so far.
From short films to Nike Campaigns, creative colourist Jax Harney talks working in post-production, going independent and how 2020 has opened a new creative door.
The wait is over... Netflix have dropped the trailer for the final To All The Boys I've Loved Before film.
Kaia Gerber stars in the "fashion" teaser for oddball rom-com Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, straight from the creators of Bridesmaids.
Candles that smell like horror, cosy party fleeces, and Uncut Gems puzzles: this is what an A24 Christmas looks like.
Directing duo MILTON talk their new documentary Always Fast Hardly Accurate, and how they created it in just two days.
Shawn Mendes has us in our feels with his heartwarming Netflix documentary In Wonder.
Spooky SZN is here! Midsommer, Insidious and Candyman fill this year's much-watch Halloween movie list.
Spooky SZN is upon us and we've got new trailers from Amazon's thriller anthology series Welcome To Blumhouse in this week's Screen Wonders.
Jordan Kristine Seamon, breakout star from Luca Guadagnino’s We Are Who We Are, covers the Autumn 2020 issue.
Harry Styles has landed his second film role opposite Florence Pugh in Olivia Wilde's upcoming thriller Don't Worry Darling.
The first trailer for Millie Bobby Brown's Enola is finally here, and love is in the air for Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet's new drama Ammonite: all new films in this week's Screen Wonders.
Inside The Portal, artist Vivek Vadoliya's mesmerising short film, created in under five days for Adobe Stock Film Festival.
French and Japanese actor Minami reflects on her role in Minamata with director Andrew Levitas.
Moonlight, Pose, 13th and more: Netflix has launched their powerful Black Lives Matter collection.
The breakout stars of Irish coming-of-age comedy-drama Dating Amber on tackling portrayals of LGBTQ+ characters in small towns, ugly-crying at the script, and Normal People.
Netflix is making a rom-com about Antoni from Queer Eye’s dating life – and we are so here for it.