Netflix is coming in hard in July with a slew of major new original series and acquisitions.
Don’t expect to see too much of a galaxy far, far away after Star Wars Episode 9.
As we approach the halfway mark of the 2018 Formula One season, the annual fight for first between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton is hotting up.
The opening weekend Incredibles 2 box office results are in, and they’re incredibly impressive.
We’re now approaching the back end of the 2018 PGA Tour calendar, but there’s still plenty to compete for.
Football fans rejoice.
E3 2018 is already proving to be a big year.
This year’s E3 2018 conference schedule is packed to the rafters with tonnes of new updates from all of the world’s biggest video-game developers.
Spending a large part of the 2017/18 season on the sidelines through injury has done little damage to football superstar Neymar’s status in the sport.
PUBG vs Fortnite is a debate that the video game community has been having since mid-2017.
At one time, Tiger Woods was on track to join the ranks of Michael Jordan and Muhammad Ali as a sporting legend.
After months of rumours, Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee have finally been announced for Nintendo Switch.
Has Disney got a Solo box office bomb on its hands after bungling the weekend release of its latest Star Wars adventure?
There’s no getting around the fact that My Friend Dahmer is a pretty hard sell.
Every year, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (Glaad) takes Hollywood to task over the amount of LGBT representation in mainstream movies.
After a series of slow months, Netflix is seriously upping its game as we head into summer.
The PlayStation 5 is still a long way off, according to PlayStation CEO John Kodera.
The UK has been destroyed by a deadly outbreak and nuclear explosions.
After months of rumours, Netflix has confirmed that Barrack and Michelle Obama are signed on for an extended ‘storytelling partnership’ with the streaming service.
After an incredible opening in China this weekend, Avengers: Infinity War has rocketed up the highest-grossing film charts.
With 16 wins in 24 categories, no one could possibly deny the BBC was the big victor of the Bafta TV awards.
Another year, another selection of brightly costumed characters parading themselves about on stage singing about love and unity and whatnot.
There’s no denying that the ground beneath film fans’ feet is shifting.
Almost every industry has its social media influencers.
We’re living in a golden age of media content at the moment.
After just six days, Avengers: Infinity War has generated a worldwide box office total of $857.5 million.
As the 63rd edition of the world’s biggest annual song contest returns next week, Verdict asks whether the political landscape of Eurovision votes is shifting.
With Eurovision just around the corner, there’s no better time to take a look back at the history of the contest.
When people think about the quality of movies they tend to think of the actors or the director.
Many people will have seen William Shakespeare’s plays on film — whether that’s Baz Luhrmann’s critically-acclaimed Romeo + Juliet or one of Kenneth Branagh’s innumerable Shakespeare adaptions.