American actress Zendaya poses for a photograph.
Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorWhile the Tom Hanks and Cruises and the Nicole Kidmans of Hollywood will always be popular, we feel it is time to turn our attention to some new names and fresh faces. This week we are taking a look at some up-and-coming actors who are turning heads with their acting skills.
The beautiful actress sheds light on how she is absolutely against objectifying women. Knightly feels the world expects women to focus more on how to look and not how to think.
Actress Alia Shawkat has set the record straight. She says she is "just friends" with Hollywood star Brad Pitt. Last year, the actress was clicked walking out of a Los Angeles playhouse alongside Brad, and the rumours have been floating since then.
Actress Jenna Dewan, who has just given birth to her second child -- a baby boy with fiance Steve Kazee -- was seen dancing passionately to pop singer Justin Bieber's "Intentions" in a TikTok video.
While Russian leader Vladimir Putin had relented to the prospect of Sweden and Finland joining Nato – the basic reason why Russia went to war in Ukraine was to object to Ukraine joining Nato – after initial sharp reaction that there could be repercussions
After some of the worst fires and floods ever to hit Australia, a new cohort of climate-conscious independents are threatening to shake up the federal election on Saturday, putting the government under pressure in key districts and potentially reshaping
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced demands for action from Northern Irish political parties on Monday as he visited the province amid an increasingly bitter dispute over post-Brexit trade which is currently preventing power-sharing there.
A unilateral pronouncement that the acquisition of Twitter Inc is “on hold”. Fierce criticism of the social media company’s handling of spam accounts. A emoji directed at Twitter’s chief executive, Parag Agrawal. These are just some of Elon Musk’s