Ralph Breaks the Internet's production team explain how cities like Shanghai and New York inspired the design of the world wide web city
The creators of Ralph Breaks the Internet took on a huge challenge when they decided to take their video game characters into the Internet.
Adapted from the bestselling Japanese novel of the same name, Million Dollar Man forces the audience to contemplate the nature and value of money, but the story sort of loses its appeal when delivered on screen.
Jason Momoa’s charm makes DC’s 'Aquaman' way better than 'Justice League', but not quite as good as 'Wonder Woman' [Movie Review]
Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman also star in this standalone superhero movie about the true King of the Seven Seas.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse shines on the big screen with its unique animation style [Movie Review]
One of Marvel’s most beloved superheroes is back without the Avengers, in his own unique animation with a captivating storyline.
Switch off those old Christmas re-runs and check out these seasonal offerings from international cinema, all showing in Hong Kong this December
Based on the lives of pianist Dr Don Shirley and his New Yorker driver, Tony Lip, the film is a reminder of the evils of prejudice, and the power of courage.
The film adaptation of YA novel ‘Mortal Engines’ is as visually-stunning as Peter Jackson’s ‘Lord of the Rings’; but the plot leaves you wanting more [Movie Review]
Lead actors Hera Hilmar and Robert Sheehan star in this forgettable post-apocalyptic steampunk adventure.
Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda on fame, the possibility of Trump the Musical, and growing up the child of immigrants in America
It is hard not to be a little bit charmed by the sight of a man who, still under 40, is clearly living his wildest dreams.
The next film in the DC Extended Universe stars two up and coming talents in Jason Momoa and Amber Heard.
Wong Fu Productions wants Asian-American representation, like in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’, to be the norm, not the exception
The creators of 'Yappie' and 'Asian Bachelorette' may be famous for comedy, but the group is serious about normalising Asian-Americans in the media.