Interview Jessica Raine: ‘My school careers adviser told me I could be a secretary’

The actor on shutting down ambitions, clueless politicians and embarrassing fartsBorn in Herefordshire, Jessica Raine, 36, graduated from Rada in 2008. She was cast as the lead in...

Devil May Cry 5 review: a triumphant return to stylish demon-slaughter

PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4; CapcomHigh-octane challenges in this irresistible romp have resurrected an action series that’s been dormant for over a decadeDespite appearances, this frenetic, over-the-top...

Captain Marvel review – Brie Larson kicks ass across the universe

Marvel’s superhero adventure veers from boomingly serious to quirkily droll as Larson wages a vicious war against evil aliensThis latest tale from the Marvel cinematic universe takes us way...

A Guide To Finding The Best Australian Entertainment Websites Online

Australian online casinos are on the rise in the last few years which is quite logical. Namely, according to the latest statistics, more and more Australian players are switching from land-based to...

The Strictly factor: which new TV dance show has the right moves?

BBC1’s The Greatest Dancer and Channel 4’s Flirty Dancing are going toe to toe for audiences. But can they fill Strictly’s shoes?The new year starts with two new...

Christie Brinkley: I Don’t Plan to Marry Again

Fine all by herself! In the new issue of Us Weekly, Christie Brinkley exclusively revealed that she doesn’t see herself walking down the aisle ever again. “I don’t really see a reason for marriage,” said...

Spring review – jugglers join dancers for joyfully hypnotic show

Sadler’s Wells, LondonGandini Juggling and Alexander Whitley’s collaboration is full of simple pleasures and intricate skillAhybrid of juggling and contemporary dance? Now that’s niche, you may say....

Fat White Family review – growing up disgracefully

The Lexington, LondonThe disreputable Brixton art rockers are touting their new album as a rebirth. It’s bound to be goryThe trouble with setting your band up as unwholesome...

Wounds review – Armie Hammer v cockroaches in goofy cursed phone horror

An attractive cast and a handful of arresting visuals can’t save this glossy, underwritten tale of a barman losing his mindDuring my particular screening of Wounds at...

Border review – an earthy fairytale

An outsider with unusual gifts descends on a small community in Ali Abbasi’s creepy exploration of cultural ‘otherness’“Who am I?” It’s a question lurking in the mind of customs...

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