Taron Egerton

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In business: how brands like Nike, BlackBerry and Pop-Tarts became film’s hottest stars
A slew of new movies celebrate the boardroom mavericks of the 1980s and 90s – as well as the products they flogged. What’s behind this corporate nostalgia?

Danny Leigh

31, Mar, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Deals, drama and danger: the incredible true story behind Tetris
A new film shows how the addictive game found its way out of the Soviet Union and into the hands of millions

David Smith in Washington

30, Mar, 2023 @6:02 AM

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Tetris review – rise of 80s game makes for mostly entertaining drama
An Apple TV+ movie tells the compelling story of how Tetris found its way out of Russia but adds a few too many flourishes of its own

Benjamin Lee

16, Mar, 2023 @7:31 PM

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The 50 best TV shows of 2022
A great year for bingeable boxsets, streaming successes and your set-top box – see what you missed as the top telly shows of the year are revealed

21, Dec, 2022 @12:59 PM

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Black Bird review – Ray Liotta is heartbreaking in this posthumous prison drama
This exquisitely pitched true-crime series about an inmate having to befriend a serial murderer at the behest of the FBI is a fitting farewell to the Goodfellas actor

Lucy Mangan

08, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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‘What happened to Free Willy?’ Cock ticket prices drop after shock at £400 seats
‘Dynamic pricing’ sees ticket costs fluctuate wildly for the acclaimed production’s final performances in the West End

Chris Wiegand

11, May, 2022 @3:08 PM

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Cock review – Jonathan Bailey and Taron Egerton locked in a love triangle
Jade Anouka’s character causes an existential earthquake in Marianne Elliott’s stylised revival of Mike Bartlett’s comedy about sexual identity

Arifa Akbar

15, Mar, 2022 @10:30 PM

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Taron Egerton to return ‘with a vengeance’ after fainting during West End debut
The actor who passed out on stage said he had ‘a bruised ego but I’m fine’ and would be back to perform on Monday night

Chris Wiegand

07, Mar, 2022 @11:11 AM

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The biggest Golden Globes snubs on a night of surprises
Netflix failed to impress as Scorsese’s mob epic went home with nothing and Noah Baumbach’s divorce drama picked up one minor award

Andrew Pulver

06, Jan, 2020 @1:10 PM

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1917's Golden Globes glory fair reward for thrilling and distinguished work
Sam Mendes’s first world war film, not widely tipped beforehand, is a worthy winner for its immersive audacity and technical brilliance

Peter Bradshaw

06, Jan, 2020 @7:44 AM

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Hollywood's gender divide laid bare by analysis of this season's Oscar contenders
Exclusive: Data on this year’s awards contenders reveals three youngest best actor hopefuls have never made a film with a female director

Katherine Purvis and Catherine Shoard

15, Nov, 2019 @3:38 PM

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How the Robin Hood myth was turned on its head by rightwingers
The wealth-redistributing folk hero has traditionally been seen as a champion of the poor. But politicians have recently used him as a poster boy for tax cuts. What message should we take from his latest film?

Steve Rose

22, Nov, 2018 @1:07 PM

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