On the pop culture podcast this week: series 3 of Black Mirror, new E4 horror-comedy Crazyhead, and the 2011 romantic comedy Crazy Stupid Love.
But the fact that a whitewashed script existed at all reveals a depressing instinct to suppress non-white characters in Hollywood.
From Daredevil to the newly trailed Iron Fist, these series are “more in the streets than in the clouds”.
This autumn, Theroux releases two new documentaries, which are both are notable for their focus on the filmmaker. But how much of himself does he really reveal?
If a movie is stripped down to its plot, the logic had better be watertight. This is transparently not the case here.
The writer-director John Michael McDonagh’s dark comedy isn’t half as clever as it thinks it is.
The film version of Paula Hawkins’ hit novel has moved settings from London to New York – and the protagonist’s drink of choice has changed as a result. Does that impact the wider story?
On the pop culture podcast this week: the Netflix documentary Amanda Knox, Solange Knowles’ album A Seat at the Table and ITV drama The Bletchley Circle.
Meet the latest magical characters entering the Harry Potter universe.
Radcliffe is dead good in Swiss Army Man – meaning he is both good, and dead. Plus: Deepwater Horizon.
The film isn’t getting an Irish release – could the country's blasphemy and defamation laws be to blame?
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