Every year, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (Glaad) takes Hollywood to task over the amount of LGBT representation in mainstream movies.
The 2017-18 season is now over for most clubs.
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.
Tiger Woods might be making a comeback, but he will have a difficult time bettering Rory McIlroy, the man who took his place as golf’s biggest name.
Since 1871, English football teams have been competing for the FA Cup.
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.
Avengers: Infinity War box office estimates are in and they’re seriously impressive.
Walk into a room of film fans and mention Netflix Originals and you’re likely to be greeted with sighs and eye-rolls.
While the Nintendo Switch success has been well publicised, the Japanese company today said it expects to sell an additional 20 million Switch consoles in the upcoming financial year — more than double what it’s already sold.
With years of dominance on the basketball court, his own brand of Nike trainers, numerous successful acting roles and partnerships with many of the world’s biggest brands, Michael Jordan is the National Basketball League’s most recognisable figure.
If last month was a bit of a content drought for UK Netflix, May is the part where viewers shrivel up and die.
Despite facing tough competition from the likes of Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne and Tottenham’s Harry Kane, Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was named as the Professional Footballers’ Association’s Player of the Year last week.
After a ten-year journey, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is finally reaching its apotheosis.
Manchester City supporters flooded on to the pitch at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday following the club’s 5-0 thrashing of Swansea City to celebrate winning their third Premier League title in seven years.
The release of Ready Player One, a Steven Spielberg flick in which humanity uses fully immersive virtual reality to escape from real life, has us dreaming of the future.
Premier League football club Arsenal has confirmed that Arsene Wenger’s reign as manager will come to an end after 22 years in charge.
Netflix is planning a major expansion into Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
We’re currently in the middle of a renaissance for horror movies in cinemas.