Has coronavirus made us more nostalgic? Can nostalgia help in these difficult times? And with another remake of a classic film - this time Mulan - being released, could Disney exploit that? Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
Henry Golding's first job as an actor just happened to be as leading man in a giant Hollywood romcom. So far, the film's made over $160m (£128m) worldwide, and been loved by critics - it's got a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Its plotline is pretty much summed up by the title: Crazy Rich Asians. … Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians: Henry Golding on becoming a leading man in his first film
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The fact that you know how the story will end gives Amy a sense of foreboding which only amplifies as the documentary develops. Entirely told through the use of existing footage – much of it previously unseen – and interviews with the most important people surrounding Amy Winehouse during her 27 years, director Asif Kapadia … Continue reading Film Review: Amy