Alex Wingrave reviews Jonas Brothers’ latest album.
Lauren Newman digs deeper into Disney’s live action remakes and reveals whether they are cinematic successes or fairytale flops.
For the past two Januarys I have cast my eye into the murky abyss of the future in an attempt to predict what the year’s cinematic releases have in store for us. Some of my predictions have been spot on (I guessed Transformers: The Last Knight would be atrocious and it was – who would […]
Since the release of The Jungle Book in 2016, there seems to have been non-stop Walt Disney Studios live-action and CGI remakes, whether that’s with minimal-but-present story modernisation like 2017’s Beauty And The Beast or (going back a few years) a complete rethinking with Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland in 2010. This company-wide move has certainly divided […]
When the first trailer was released for Disney’s Christopher Robin it was met with a hesitance and resistance to the sombre tone of a world inhabited by a silly old bear. Suspicions from our first sight of that melancholic colour palette are quickly confirmed upon viewing – Disney’s latest creation is not necessarily a film […]
Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe should have been left stumped by the end of Infinity War. Yet – without giving too much away – the conclusions the film ends on are weightless, taking away the dramatic punch of the movie. Why? Because there’s a sequel around the corner and furthermore, certain creative actions of […]
I t can be hard growing up. Finding out that Santa isn’t real, or there’s no stork that delivers babies, or that the company that makes The Little Mermaid is a soulless corporation that cares about profit alone and has designs on world domination. If you’re a Marvel fan, you might have missed that last […]
With two years since ‘Confident’, Demi Lovato is back in the headlines with sixth album Tell Me You Love Me. Each track evokes a completely different vibe whilst masterfully managing to work seamlessly as a complete work. Starting out with single ‘Sorry Not Sorry’, it’s a change of pace for Demi, who is known for […]
For a decade, the world went through a phase where the only new Star Wars content was the animated Clone Wars series. No sign of any new feature films, not least an Episode VII. But in 2012 when Disney acquired Lucasfilm, ensuring they bought the distribution rights for Star Wars and Indiana Jones, a new agenda […]
If we consider all the films that have come out this year, it seems like whatever wins at the Oscars, studios know they can make a lot of money from something which is ultimately unoriginal. I know this accusation is thrown around really frequently- usually by bitter middle-aged people on the Internet complaining that their […]