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Jägermeister x Post Malone "Save the Night"

Jägermeister and Post Malone revive the night scene in “Night Lights”

Jägermeister teams up with artist Post Malone on “Night Lights” to tackle a global mission: supporting nightlife communities.

You can now immerse yourself in the universe of ‘The Office’

The city of Chicago hosts ‘The Office’ Experience, a tour of television’s most famous office.

HIGHSHOUT. 4 – Calvin Omari

This new HIGHSHOUT is played by the relaxed notes that float from the saxophone of Calvin Omari, producer, singer and saxophonist.

Bill Porter criticises “Vogue” for Harry Styles cover

Harry Styles became the first solo male to star on the cover of Vogue in a dress and Bill Porter has something to say.

"Love is in the Bin"

Banksy’s “Love is in the bin” artwork breaks sales records

Banksy’s self-destructive artwork “Love is in the Bin” breaks records with a sale of £18.6 million, and turns one of the most valued pieces.

You can now travel in the train carriage redesigned by Wes Anderson.

This is a collaboration between Wes Anderson and Belmond. The filmmaker has lent his colorful imagery to the iconic Cygnus carriage of the British Pullman.

Narcos: Mexico

Netflix unveils new ‘Narcos: Mexico’ trailer

Nuevas amenazas subyacen dentro de la tercera y última temporada de Narcos: Mexico. Descúbrelo en el tráiler oficial.

Juego del Calamar

Why did “Squid Game” win?

“The Squid Game is about to become the most watched series in Netflix history. But why is it so successful?

“Cardo”, the new series by Ana Rujas and Claudia Costafreda

The new series “Cardo” directed by Ana Rujas and Claudia Costafreda has arrived. A fiction that vindicates the imperfection of authenticity.

Lonely on cruise ships and other stories

There is something that particularly strikes me about the fact that the richest people in the world are trying to move to another planet.

A Trainspotting spin-off is coming to TV soon

According to Robert Carlyle (Begbie in Trainspotting), a spin-off series based on Irvine Welsh’s The Blade Artist is in the works.

News & Coffe project arrives (at last) in Madrid

With a passion for paper media and coffee as its flagship, the new disruptive project News & Coffe arrives in the city of Madrid.

This is the Javis’ plan to change Spanish television

Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi aim to change Spanish television through ‘Cardo’, the new series by Ana Rujas and Claudia Costafreda.

Estación Espacial Internacional

NASA to turn the ISS into a private destination for travelers

NASA is planning to turn the International Space Station into a private destination for future travellers.

#BETHEMEISTER returns: irreverence and determination

#BETHEMEISTER is back. And this time it does so through the stories of Carlos Sáez and Alvva.

The Matrix Resurrections trailer is here

After multiple previews, the long-awaited full trailer for the fourth installment of The Matrix Resurrections is finally here.

If Zendaya were a film director, all the leading ladies would be black

Zendaya confesses that her dream is to become a film director in order to tell the stories of black women through the seventh art.

Galería Arte Contemporáneo Bélgica

Belgian doctors are prescribing museums to alleviate Covid stress

Los médicos de Bruselas están prescribiendo visitas a museos en el marco de un programa piloto para paliar el estrés ocasionado por la Covid.

Dennis Rodman

Rodman’s eccentric trip to Las Vegas soon to be a film

NBA fans who were left adiovisual hungry after the documentary “The Last Dance” are in luck. Dennis Rodman’s infamous trip to Las Vegas during the Bulls’ 1998 championship…

Don’t miss “Balenciaga. The elegance of the hat”

Si aun no has podido ver “Balenciaga. La elegancia del sombrero”, tienes hasta el día 3 de octubre en el Museu del Disseny de Barcelona. 


Check out the trailer for the Lady Di biopic “Spencer”

Check out the teaser trailer for “Spencer”, the Princess Diana biopic starred by the iconic actress Kristen Stewart.