Few issues provoke more intense discussion among Singaporeans than the foreign talent debate, and local films as far back as 2002’s I Not Stupid have capitalized on the us-versus-them dichotomy to draw in crowds at the local box office.
HBO’s sci-fi drama series Westworld has riveted viewers across the globe. Sure, the violence and sexuality we’ve come to expect from the premium cable channel has raised some eyebrows. However, the show’s heady existential questions, gut-punch twists and commentary on how humanity coexists with technology have provoked much thought. The show, based on the Michael Crichton film of the same name, expands on and updates the ideas explored in the 1973 movie.
F*** meets Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon at the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' red carpet - By Jedd Jong
In celebration of the 100th anniversary since anime was first released in Japan, Netflix's chief product officer Greg Peters addresses the press at a media conference in Tokyo with its new slate of anime...

Tiny Times å

In Tiny Times, director Guo Jingming's adaptation of his own best-selling novel, the character of Lin Xiao takes centre stage - the star of what is ostensibly an ensemble-driven movie. Chinese actress Yang Mi tells F*** which character in the film she's really like.

Singapore's Biggest Star Wars Fans Gather For The Celebration Simulcast
Watch our online interviews with director Shawn Levy, and the main cast of THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU - Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda, where they share their thoughts and feelings of the film.
Special effects makeup artists: they’re responsible for transforming handsome leading men into hideous beasts, making it look as if someone’s been scalped without hurting a hair on their head and aging up 20-somethings so they look indistinguishable from actual octogenarians. Often as unsung as they are integral to the production, these artists make movie magic happen.

Twisted Ambitions

Singaporean director Chai Yee Wei is looking to put Singapore cinema on the international map with his new feature, Twisted

by Raymond Tan

As I approach the office of Shaw Pictures, I was greeted by a Shaw executive, who led me to a staircase where Chai Yee Wei was happily perched on, fiddling his cellphone. He gets up, smiles and gives me a firm handshake.

Everyone says Hugh Jackman is one of the most unfailingly nice guys in the business – and we're certainly not going to say any different.
Director Alexander Payne and George Clooney share some laughs while discussing their new movie, The Descendants

George Clooney adds his magic touch to a movie again, with his new release, The Descendants. In it, he plays Matt King, whose wife is in a coma after a boating accident, leaving him with the somewhat difficult task of reconnecting with his two daughters.

The movie is directed by Alexander Payne, best known for his work on the brilliant Sideways. The movie is based on the book by the same name and also stars young actresses Shailene Woodley and Amara Miller.

Clooney and Payne tell us more about the movie and also reveal their personal views on each other, their friendship and death.

Blood Vessel (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff Morbius may have moved from October 2020 to 2021, but...

Greenland (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Gerard Butler’s last brush with the disaster movie genre was the delightfully bombastic,...

Guns Akimbo (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Daniel Radcliffe’s post-Harry Potter career has featured several eclectic roles. From playing a...

Bloodshot (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Marvel and DC might be the big boys in the comics game, but...

Till Death: the star and creators of She’s a Terrorist and I Love Her talk the dark comedy series

With its wanton swearing, sexual situations, sometimes-graphic violence and yes, depictions of terrorism, She’s a...