Nicholas Barber chooses 10 of the best films coming out next month, including Coming to America's sequel, a Tina Turner documentary and Zack Snyder's Justice League.
Good finales offer catharsis. The best deny us closure altogether.
With ‘Mortal Kombat,’ ‘Uncharted,’ ‘Halo,’ and ‘The Last of Us’ leading an adaptation deluge, video game IP has finally leveled up
They’re not just manipulating your emotions—they’re changing how you experience the world.
Subscriber defections slowed toward the end of the year, but there's no end to cord cutting in sight.
The legendary dance duo have called it quits 28 years after forming in Parishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuDX6wNfjqc&feature=youtu.be
The banning of news content on Facebook in Australia has sent a shockwave among its users, but our own government is mostly to blame.
Gaming has a vibrant and diverse fandom, but it lives in the shadow of gaming’s toxic origins and misogynistic marketing.
Did you know that the founder of BuzzFeed predicted that we'd all be yelling at each other about ADHD 25 years ago (kinda)?
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says its short-form video feature Shorts will expand to more markets in 2021.
Without anywhere to go, escape means following someone else’s house.
The long read: The troubled times we live in, and the rise of social media, have created an age of endless conflict. Rather than fearing or avoiding disagreement, we need to learn to do it well
YouTubers are taking on their own notoriously underregulated industry.
Cool Tools Show 265: Seth Godin
“Drivers License,” the latest song to top the charts after a viral challenge, is telling of the kind of music this app rewards.
The development comes as the company has been expanding its subscription business.
China has criticised the BBC for its reports on coronavirus and persecution of the Uighurs.
At the heart of the trend are members of Gen Z, many of whom were not even alive when cassette tapes filled record stores.
An auditory comparison of 770 artists' live and studio tracks
This is actually super impressive ...
Tech utopianism and tech hubris appear more thoroughly intertwined today than ever, and John Perry Barlow's cyberlibertarian visions echo in the policy debates of today.
-The elimination of the WikiLeaks Shop on Facebook is strongly criticized for being considered 'one more censorship action of social networks' -WikiLeaks Shop sells t-shirts, hoodies and mugs with...
A stroll through the archives of Editor & Publisher shows an industry with moments of glory and shame — and evidence that not all of today's problems are new.
Murder, money, and mischief, all based in reality—plus a dash of Hollywood magic.
I feel like I’m taking crazy pills!
The New York Times is working on building a subscription product for its consumer reviews site Wirecutter, CEO Meredith Kopit Levien confirmed on a quarterly earnings call Thursday morning....
Samantha Morton loves The Apartment, while David Baddiel prefers Ratatouille. Film-makers, writers and Guardian readers on the movies they always curl up with
The epic trading battle over GameStop has been a boon to AMC Theatres, spurred new film deals and impressed 'Big Short' director Adam McKay.
The tensions in newsrooms over reporters’ social media presence are not just about politics.
EMILY ANDREWS: There was a time when the relationship between the Duke of Cornwall and his son worried some. As a youngster, William would often challenge his 'Pa'.
The Facebook Oversight Board wants to know what the public thinks about the Trump ban.
How disabled gamers formed a winning esports team called the Quad Gods.
The legendary designer on rejecting violence in games, trying to be a good boss, and building Nintendo’s Disneyland.
The 1977 film documents a time before gym culture, when Schwarzenegger was just little-known body builder with a sexual desire for 'The Pump.'