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We caught up with the American girl group, who are currently recording their third album before they play the 852 at the end of this month.
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First-time director Crosby Yip-hei talks about getting your name out there and creating opportunities - even if your family doesn't think your dream is worth pursuing.
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Unlikely internet sensation Happy Polla has attracted more than 1.5 million followers on Facebook and Instagram.
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The world's a better place when we support each other; and that's especially true of women and girls. Here are our top movies about female friendships.
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Allison Schroeder began with an interest, and turned it into a film that's earning Oscar nods and praise from all around the world.
Dev Patel, who was nominated for an Academy Award for actor in a supporting role for his part in Lion, has big plans for celebrating his nomination news: a shower.
If you’ve already bingewatched A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix but you still want a Snicket-fix, we’ve found five awesome apps to keep that creepy spirit alive
This year’s Academy Award nominations won’t lead to a third year of #OscarsSoWhite outcry, but it has created headlines for other, happier reasons.
Octavia Spencer seemed to come out of nowhere to dominate the Oscar race in 2012 and win the supporting actress prize for her role in The Help.
Great news everyone: film musicals are back and if La La Land follows up on its promise to sweep the awards this season, we'll be seeing a lot more in future.
Hear that whining screech of broken parts? That’s the sound of another movie about anthropomorphic vehicles failing to gain traction.
Space: the final frontier. The great unknown. The realm where no one has gone before ... except, of course, we have – if you look at the many blockbusters that are set in space.
When Metallica stormed the AsiaWorld-Expo stage last week, thousands of Hongkongers were there to greet the pioneering US metallers making their debut in the city.
Netflix’s adaptation of A Series Of Unfortunate Events (ASOUE) came out earlier this month. Our verdict? It’s all you could ever hope for from an adaption of the series – and more.