The Breaking Bad star on tackling Hollywood’s ‘patriarchal power grid’
George Takei – activist, actor and social media superstar shares his chilling childhood story, his thoughts on Hollywood and Trump’s starring role in the Star Trek Universe.
The Union lineup revealed
He returned to his old stomping ground of Peterhouse and helped out with the Freshers’ Play
KEITH WYNROE explains why an apocalyptic disaster is not as unlikely as we might think
Relationships are like Civilization 5 and should be stuck to on a one-year contractual basis. Yes, it’s the mathmo’s answer to Dr Phil: MARK is back.
With screenplay genius such as ‘Argo fuck yourself’, JACKSON CAINES manages to believe in both the plot and the quality of this Oscar contender from not-just-a-pretty-face Ben Affleck.
JAMIE MATHIESON stakes his credibility on Hollywood liking gays, white people and Meryl Streep.
ANNIE RAFF falls in love with Daniel Craig again. There are graphic sex scenes. Non-sequitur.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT is disappointed by Rowan Atkinson’s inability to make her spill at least a couple of bodily fluids in ‘Johnny English Reborn’.
Senior Film Critic HARRY SHUKMAN talks with loudmouth critic MARK KERMODE about his new book, national tour, and Zac Efron’s hair.
QUENTIN BEROUD enjoys the combination of big, goey aliens and cowboys in silly hats in Cowboys and Aliens.
BEN DALTON embraces old actresses and explains why it’s time to take down that Megan Fox poster and hang up Helen Mirren.
TOM WILLS on whether a trilogy becomes a quadrilogy and when enough Shrek is enough.
Meatballs, furniture, Eurovision, vampire films… DOMINIC KEEN finds one more thing that the Swedes do better than Hollywood.
LVJ shines a light on the murky world of celebrity sexuality: is it really OK to be gay in Tinseltown?