There’s a knowing nod I often share with fellow FT Weekend readers. An understanding that we have mutually found and enjoy the greatest broadsheet weekend read in the world. And if you think it’s all about finance, you’re horrifically mistaken.
Charlize does look like the kind of woman who doesn’t put up with nonsense, which might be an essential part of playing a lethal assassin.
Alison is the powerful true story of a South African woman, who reclaimed her life after being raped, disemboweled, nearly decapitated and left for dead. Directed by Uga Carlini, this part documentary, part docudrama and has been treated like a fairy tale, getting the inside story from various interviewees, who helped Alison along her journey. […]
Much like every single seven-day period of Donald Trump’s presidency, it’s been one hell of a week. Enter Sean Spicer to put the cherry on top.
Julian Assange is no stranger to the media spotlight, but it’s not often he allows an all-access pass into his daily life. This one quickly heats up.
Louis has made a name for himself with his straight talking, no nonsense approach to comedy, something on display during his SNL hosting gig.
Donald and Melania Trump’s closest friends are a couple just like them: an American billionaire paired up with an Eastern European beauty.
Jared Kushner made a little booboo when he went on a peace mission to an Iraqi warzone, and the Internet did not have his back
Trevor and his team will be taking a holiday shortly, but before he goes he couldn’t resist the opportunity to poke some fun at the current press secretary.
Back in 2006 Baldwin played the role of a man having an affair with his stepdaughter, and now he’s under fire for possibly covering up her age.
Mel B has once again found herself in the spotlight over her estranged husband and serious allegations, the details of which are salacious to say the least.
By now you will surely have seen the disastrous Pepsi ad that the brand has been forced to pull, but not before the parodies started flying in.
Comedians and politics don’t always mix very well, but in this case it’s worth listening to a Louis C.K. rant for the ages.
Gold is based on a true story. While it may be set in the ’80s, instead of the ’90s, change a few names and conjoin a few characters… the essence of the story lives on in this film about hitting the big time. Gold is something of a character portrait, blending adventure, entrepreneurship and biographical […]
Kendall Jenner is pretty hot property right now, but Pepsi have really dropped the ball with their latest marketing campaign. Prepare for the cringe.
I’m not sure if there’s ever been a better time to be a political satirist, so I guess it’s a case of making hay while the sun shines. Let’s meet Gerald Scarfe.
A trailer for a new documentary on the famed actor Heath Ledger has dropped, and shows us just how much we still miss that gorgeous smile and epic talent.
There’s something about rock ‘n roll from the 70s and 80s that still captures the imagination, and one man in particular was there for the ride. Meet Mick Rock.
With more than 200 000 entries for this year, the judges of the Sony Photography Awards had their hands full. The winners make for impressive viewing.
This weekend would have seen many South Africans light up after a landmark ruling, but there’s still much ground to be made, Take America, for example.
Adele has bought a charming little country house in the UK where the family can kick back and relax, although we hope she has some plans to redecorate the interior.
Pamela Anderson has a habit of popping past the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, which has led many to speculate about her relationship with Julian Assange.
It’s that time of the year when everyone tries to pull one over on their mates, and of course big brands around the world also hopped on board.
Val Kilmer isn’t shy of sending out a tweet here and there, but it is his recent Cate Blanchett appreciation tirade that led to some weird vibes.
Having your pops rule the roost is good for business, but what if watching from the sidelines isn’t enough? Welcome to Ivanka Trump, assistant to the president.
Thanks to Stephen King, there’s nothing quite as scary as a clown who has powers and feasts on local children. This promises to be frightening.