Two decades ago, before social media existed, Zygmunt Bauman articulated a perfect description of how it would soon shape our behavior and frame our relationships to one another. In his 2000 book...
To craft the movie's stylised elegance, Pixar blended scientific simulations with the simplicity of traditional animation, as effects supervisor Jon Reisch explains
According to the internet, we should steer clear of the Denver airport....and Bill Gates.
Fifty years ago, with both the industry and wider society in turmoil, an astounding set of movies was born – which offer pause for thought about cinema today, writes Christina Newland.
A game of poetry and animated exploration across the land.
Twitter strikes fear into the heart of millions. But how much real power does it have?
Film and television industry struggles with surge in demand for high-end shows fuelled by lockdown binge viewing
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Americans' once-secret love of true crime podcasts, movies, TV and books is now out in the open. Here's some of what's driving our dark consumption habit.
With a new restoration being released, Paul Verhoeven's film has kept the world talking for three decades. Its trick was to push a genre to its absurd limits, writes Nicholas Barber.
Make sure you're not spreading biased news
Hit it, Keyboard Cat
For almost 60 years, Charlie Watts has set the pace for the Rolling Stones. As the drummer celebrates his 80th birthday, he's going back on the road with the band.
We look back at some of Monroe's personal, offscreen moments to celebrate her birthday.
First of all, keep them out of the light.
From Obama and Springsteen to Joss Stone, Paris Hilton and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, famous folk can’t stop hogging the mic
The latest social media trend isn't just good for viral videos it's also helping the environment.
Action! Comedy! Drama! Popcorn! The Summer Movies are back in a big way, and we’ve got your schedule.
It probably won’t look like this for long.
We’re losing entire generations of rappers too early and too often.
Social media makes us feel terrible about who we really are. Neuroscience explains why – and empowers us to fight back
Buying it shouldn’t be harder than getting tickets to a show.
Napster forever changed the way we listen to music. Here are 11 facts about this industry-changing computer software.
He was known as ‘The Giggles’ in his native Spain, and his legacy is that of a joy-spreading meme.
RIP LiveLeak, the go-to destination for clips too graphic for YouTube. Hayden Hewitt reflects on 15 years of shock and awe.
Experts worry that peaceful protesters, such as Black Lives Matter or Indigenous activists, could be wrongly caught up in the program.
Educating the TikTok generation
And create the vocabulary for an absurd, ingenious art form.
I loved Belle, my one-eyed puppy. But could I convince everybody else that she was a star?
The 44th President of the United States wanted to know if the U.S. had a secret lab with alien tech.
It’s time we brought human curation back to the newsfeed
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Twitter has previously said it was considering a paid version