Kick Game have teamed up with Disney+ to celebrate the remake of White Men Can't Jump.
The trailer for Netflix’s new romantic comedy Look Both Ways has dropped, starring Riverdale’s Lili Reinhart.
Bloodshed blockbusters, irresistible reality and modern dystopia: Trailers for Vikings: Valhalla and Too Hot To Handle feature in this week’s Screen Wonders.
Watch Will Smith step into the shoes of Serena and Venus Williams' dad in the deeply inspiring trailer for biopic drama, King Richard.
Pop sensation, fashion legend and spy movie actress? Dua Lipa took to Instagram to unveil that she will make her acting debut in star-studded spy thriller Argylle.
More images of Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín's new film Spencer are here, and the resemblance is uncanny.
No Dune or The Batman? K-Pop group BLACKPINK are here to save the day with the new trailer for their documentary BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky.
Paul Mescal and Dakota Johnson are sharing a screen for Maggie Gyllenhaal directorial debut, The Lost Daughter.
We Are Who We Are trailer: Watch Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino explore heartbreak and adolescence with his HBO TV debut.
Zac Efron with a baby? Suddenly we're feeling broody. Our all-time favourite Wildcat is returning to Disney for the reboot of Three Men and a Baby.
Meet Connor Jessup, the star of Netflix series Locke & Key, as he talks season two and being his authentic self.
WONDERLAND SESSIONS: Movie
In celebration of Movie’s EP ‘Tusk Vegas’ released today, we met the guys for a session in a small studio in deepest darkest Shoreditch (The Strongrooms).
THE ACTRESS: Director Ben Charles Edwards acts up
Ben Charles Edwards is a British film director, screenwriter and photographer, whose love of vivid colours and enhanced postproduction have been likened to that of David LaChapelle. Wonderland caught up with the man himself to chat find about more about The Actress, his new short film, and his place as a judge on the Guardian's […]
LIBERAL ARTS: Elizabeth Olsen talks college stalkers and manic pixie dream girls
Elizabeth Olsen talks to Wonderland about her new film, Liberal Arts, and why she most definitively isn't a manic pixie dream girl.
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Electrick Children
It’s not everyday a girl escapes a cult when she gets knocked up by a rock’n’roll song. But that’s exactly the premise of Rebecca Thomas’ new film, Electrick Children – think Kids crossed with Martha Marcy May Marlene. Wonderland scored an exclusive clip and chatted to director Rebecca Thomas about this modern-day nativity story.