"I don’t want to be solo. I don’t want to do it on my own. I’m not a guitar player or a prolific songwriter. I can write a few songs every now and again but I miss being in a band. I miss my brother the way he was back then. I miss singing those great songs that we all made great."
Redefining the comedy genre on her own terms, Isla Fisher epitomises the multifaceted aspects of being a woman in today's society. Tom Ford muse and professional jokester, the actress opens up about working with her husband Sascha Baron Cohen and the future of female-led comedies.
Eiza González has spent the past decade starring in some of the biggest Hollywood franchises. From Academy-nominated Baby Driver to Fast and Furious, the 30-year-old actress has gone from strength to strength. This spring, she’s starring opposite Vin Diesel in Bloodshot, inspired by the eponymous Valiant Comics character. Later in the year, she's gracing the silver screen in Godzilla vs. Kong, another achievement to add to her already impressive CV. Gonzáles opens up about being naive in Hollywood, equal representation Latin women in the film industry and what makes her tick.
Ezra Miller is one elusive piece of work. His band Sons of an Illustrious Father is no different.
After the release of the Netflix hits To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Sierra Burgess is A Loser and the upcoming rom-com The Perfect Date, Noah Centineo is quickly carving his way to household status, landing him the unexpected title of The Internet’s Boyfriend™
With criticism flying back and forth over Vanessa’s blatant fridging that the writers had committed, Baccarin still feels strongly that her role in the sequel is more than
the catalyst for Deadpool’s actions: “People need to chill. It’s a movie - it’s a story. They’re allowed to have their opinion. I’m not saying that they’re wrong. I mean, yes, I’m there so he can have a really kick-ass reason for doing everything that he does in the movie. In that sense it’s correct. But with every story that we tell, we solidify who these people are more and more. She’s a true partner to him"
When husband and wife duo Stephanie Jane and Chris Turpin relocated from Bath to Nashville it was a gamble. Having been through trialling times after their initial project faded, the couple headed West to find inspiration within a city deep-rooted in music history. Here, the pair’s renewed sense of freedom and passion translated into an invigorated new sound and debut record, Chasing Lights. A journey through Americana, the thirteen-track long-play guides us through one couple’s journey...
The 20-year-old Siberian social media superstar has broken into the industry thanks to Virgil Abloh, Y-3 and Heron Preston. Yet here he is – adamant that fashion is just a means to an end.
Dylan Sprouse speaks out on Weinstein scandal: 'You can be a good artist and not have a bad behaviour. The two aren't linked.'
What do you think people in the industry should do to in order to make it safe for both men and women?
"I hear the same thing a lot, which is ‘I really dislike them as a person but they make great films.’ Well okay – you shouldn’t watch them then."
BAFTA in partnership with Swarovski - Interviews with I, Tonya and The Shape of Water costume designers
’It’s a magical time when an actor feels incredibly wholesome with the costume” Johnson says while reflecting on working with Margot Robbie. Robbie’s costumes were made from scratch – there was no particular insight into Tonya’s actual outfits that she wore during the Olympics.
Taylor Swift at Wembley - Swift delivers impeccable performance of powerhouse calibre in front of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium
People might have strong opinions about Swift, but the singer-songwriter is clearly in her imperial phase. With 13 years in pop music, long may her reign continue. In a couple of decades, we will see this emblematic day at Wembley Stadium as the pinnacle moment of when Taylor Swift’s became a legacy name to rival Michael Jackson.
“Feel free to be whatever you want and whoever you want in this room,” Harry chants to the audience. That’s what they’re here for, after all. “I wouldn’t get to do this if it hadn’t been for you” he carries on with the grateful innocence of a child. And a child he is – one that might not even be aware of what even greater of a journey lies ahead of him. “He’s a Bowie in the making,” I hear shyly from an eager fan sat behind me. He’s not – He’s Harry Styles in the making.