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Disney warns about racist content in its classic films

Although Disney’s animated films have endured for decades as classics, some no longer feel as good about being racist. 

Joaquin Phoenix will play Napoleon Bonaparte

Joaquin Phoenix will play the most important emperor of the 18th century, Napoleon Bonaparte in Ridley Scott’s new film.

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart will play Lady Di

Kristen Stewart is preparing to take on the role of the village princess in the biopic under Pablo Larrain.

Netflix announces second season of Unsolved Mysteries

Netflix has just released the trailer for the second season of “Unsolved Mysteries”. It’s time to play detective again. 

The whole history of Stone Island narrated in its new book

Stone Island has just published a new book that reveals new and relevant data about its history. It also includes three essays and unpublished archive images.  Stone Island…

Fred Perry denounces the extreme right-wing group Proud Boys

Fred Perry has started a legal dispute against the Proud Boys, an extreme right-wing neo-fascist organisation in the USA. This group has adopted the classic black polo shirt with yellow details by Fred Perry as its unofficial uniform. 

The HBO series that makes sexual assault visible

I May Destroy You is the new HBO series that makes sexual assault and the barrier of consent visible.

Tom Cruise will travel into space with SpaceX to shoot a film

Tom Cruise is already working with Musk and NASA to film this project, which, by the way, has no title yet.

These are the most influential people in the world according to TIME 100

As every year TIME magazine has revealed the list of the 100 most influential people in the world. It features names such as The Weekend, Selena Gomez, Megan The Stallion and Naomi Osaka. 

All about the second edition of L.E.V. Matadero Madrid

The new edition of L.E.V. starts this week with unprecedented audiovisual experiments and immersive virtual reality experiences. For the second consecutive year, Matadero Madrid is organizing the festival…


Keys to understanding the issues surrounding TikTok and the USA

TikTok was scheduled to be banned on September 20th in the United States. An extension was granted after an agreement between ByteDance (the company that owns TikTok), Oracle and Walmart. President Donald Trump has been pushing for months to end the application.


Converse’s All Stars: The future we want

Converse presents its All Stars, a community of emerging talent and voices of change that will revolutionize our worldview.


Zendaya makes history with Euphoria at the Emmys

At the 72nd Emmy Awards, the 24-year-old star took home the award for best actress for her performance in Euphoria.

Banksy risks losing the rights to his work because he is anonymous

A greeting card company wins a legal case that allows them to replicate his work on their products because Banksy “is nobody”.

The Guggenheim will host the works of Maurizio Cattelan

Artist Maurizio Cattelan presented last year one of his most sought-after works: “Comedian”. The piece in question features a banana taped to the wall. Halfway between Dadaism and…

#AlertaRoja: The entertainment sector on the edge

Músicos, técnicos, bookers, actores, maquilladores, tramoyistas, chóferes y demás industria del entretenimiento se manifestaron anoche.

Joaquin Phoenix is offered 50 million dollars for the Joker Trilogy

After the success and awards received by Joaquin Phoenix for playing the Joker, Warner Bros negotiates with the actor to record the trilogy.

El hotel Ace London cierra para siempre

Ace Hotel London closes permanently

London’s iconic ACE hotel has been another pandemic-infected hotel that has had to close its doors forever.

El Airbnb de 'El Príncipe de Bel Air'

Will Smith opens up ‘The Prince of Bel-Air’ Airbnb

Will Smith now lets us enter the universe of Bel-Air through a room in the mansion of the legendary comedy of the nineties.


Nike & Neymar: A multi-million divorce

Neymar and Nike separate their paths after 15 years of business relationship. Divorce is a huge loss for Americans and probably for him too.

The controversy surrounding OKUDA’s new allegorical work

Recently, artist OKUDA has intervened artistically in the lighthouse of Ajo in Cantabria. The striking mural occupies the entire surface of the lighthouse. Thus, many have referred to…