Anna Leszkiewicz is the New Statesman's deputy culture editor.
Should people tell their crushes how they feel? “Yeah! Come on! Yeah.”
This was a homecoming for a band who haven’t played live in the UK for nearly four years.
A shortcut to sleek, futuristic, hyper-masculine wealth on screen in recent years, from Mad Men to Iron Man.
Political leaders know that meeting with celebrities is an easy win in terms of positive coverage - but that doesn’t fix the real issue.
A true-crime docuseries from Netflix exploring the 2003 “collar bomb” robbery in the style of Making a Murderer.
“Everything in my life I have to turn into a joke”
YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel Cobra Kai has a nostalgic, lazily macho mentality.
Even at the time, we knew that the attack was deliberate and targeted. A year later, we know even more.
Starring Alia Shawkat, Ethan Hawke and Kristen Wiig, Sandra seems to be about one thing when it’s actually about another.
If not embarrassing, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino is concerned with embarrassment.