Suggestions that Donner was a director-for-hire rather than a true auteur are harsh and inaccurate

How Aperture 2025, the Academy’s new set of equality and diversity regulations, will ultimately stifle creativity

New revelations about Hollywood producer Scott Rudin are a sad but unsurprising indictment on the entire industry and its practices

Following the recent Oscar nod for Anthony Hopkins and Gary Oldman, Alexander Larman looks at other parallels between the two thespians

The Muppet Show’s widened appeal has become Disney’s Achilles’ heel as the puppet show becomes the latest victim of cancel culture

Like natural disasters, adaptations of the Arthurian legend seem to arrive about once a decade and leave devastation in their wake

At a time when studios are afraid of investing substantial amounts of money in films without a guaranteed audience, it’s time to ditch the snobbery towards popular films

From Kevin Spacey to Armie Hammer, why are those in Hollywood facing the axe of cancel culture more than ever before?

Cinema, theatre and the world will be poorer for no longer having Christopher Plummer as a part of them

How one misinterpreted film review may have set a dangerous precedent