Straight actors playing gay characters is fine – but there are still plenty of reasons for the LBGT+ community to be disappointed.
After her vivacious partner’s imprisonment, Chela slowly outgrows her sullen, damp dish-cloth nature.
The director’s jokes about paedophilia aren’t family friendly, but firing him may have implications for the franchise.
Plus: the return of Ant-Man.
The director Daniel Kokotajlo’s greatest achievement is his sympathetic grasp of character.
This sequel has a more reflective tone than the banger-a-minute original, but you can’t deny its charms.
This documentary heaves with Venice Beach brats with four-figure allowances, and strippers writhing around inhundred-dollar bills.
Margot Robbie's “make-under” in new film Mary, Queen of Scots revives questions about why only conventionally attractive women can become Hollywood superstars.
The announcement comes a year after Dame Maggie said the show ruined her life and a film would be overkill.
Even more disappointing than the lack of inspiration is the film’s taint of corporate bias.
From Coriolanus in L.A. to Titus Andronicus in space, there’s little here to celebrate.