The former bodybuilder was also given an MBE for his long-running role as the Green Cross Code Man.
‘It’s not just the card games — it’s the stakes. It’s also two guys eye-fucking one another.’
Nicholas Barber picks 12 of the best films coming out next month, including a new Pixar animation, the Wonder Woman sequel and Chadwick Boseman’s last film.
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From sudden deaths and grisly accidents to apparent suicides, these are the most shocking deaths to ever rock Hollywood.
‘It pulls you in’: the staff seduced by the rhythms of the Trans-Siberian railway
The boomers forgot all their own warnings
Cars have always been part of cinema and some have become stars. From Back to the Future’s DeLorean to The Love Bug VW, here are some full-throated images...
It’s not just the magic of sitting in a darkened theater that’s been whisked away.
From a ridiculous-looking Michael Bay movie to a melodrama called 'Lock Down,' which is basically just 'Crash' for the coronavirus.
In September 2018, Tiffany Ferguson, a twenty-five-year-old college student and YouTube personality with more than six hundred thousand subscribers, sat down in her bedroom, ready to record. She...
Queen's Gambit, Learning to Play Chess and our Fad Driven Culture
Dissecting the entertainment impact of a president who's wrought so much real-world havoc seems trivial, but it's a question that won't go away.
Nerdist digs into the history of LOL, its impact on society, why we use it, how linguists study it, and what LOL really means today.
The young/urban/educated bubble in an era of growing polarization
From the ‘Gossip Girl’ reboot and TikTok tea accounts to DeuxMoi and even the New York Times, a cultural hankering for gossip has come back in a big way
Twitter Fleets look like Facebook Stories, which look like Instagram Stories, which look like Snapchat stories. Yup, social media all looks the same.
Math videos by Presh Talwalkar. I studied Math and Econ at Stanford. I post brain teasers, riddles, logic puzzles, viral math problems, and topics from viewe...
Cable channel MBN became the first broadcaster in Korea to report the news with an AI (artificial intelligence) announcer last weekend. MBN revealed that an AI anchor based on announcer Kim Ju-ha...
A look at representation and inclusivity in crossword puzzles.
Given the smoke and mirrors of the present trade war, perhaps it’s better to view TikTok from the vantage of its teens and the culture they create.
One of the world’s fastest-growing apps, TikTok could usher in an era where Asia – not Silicon Valley – leads the tech industry. That change could be transformative.
Comedy generates an immediate, undeniable audience response. If people are smiling and laughing, then there's a good chance you made an effective funny movie.
On songwriting secrets, making albums at home, and what they’ve learned during the pandemic. The first in a series of new conversations between artists
The internet is teeming with funny photograph and GIF memes. But a closer look reveals that the medium often conveys sinister political messages, as well. That is why media literacy is key.
The King of Pop still reigns. Dr. Seuss jumps after Hollywood courtship. Juice WRLD and Kobe Bryant join the legends’ list too soon.
The original game is at the root of a rich design tradition, one that goes well beyond detailed graphics and fluid controls.
Most of these you can stream from home right now.
If you've ever watched a viral video and thought 'I could do that,' I'm here to tell you that you probably couldn't.
I don't even know quite honestly how old I am. It goes on and on.
Four industry veterans weigh in on how they'd "fix" a medium that remains popular but lacks innovation
It’s a seamless and continuous drinking from the firehose at all hours now
The paper has evolved during the Trump years: less dispassionate, more crusading. This has sparked a raw internal debate over its mission and future.