Game of Thrones is cancelled. Yes, you read that right. Not prematurely and actually cancelled like Joss Whedon’s Firefly, but metaphorically cancelled by a horde of tantrum throwing fans online. They don’t like the last season. It is awful, a disappointment, an affront to everything they decided the show should be.
Everything has led to this. Like Game Of Thrones, Marvel’s first generation has reached the Endgame. Years and months of speculation, fan theories and disgruntled gripes are over because the latest (and last, at least of this current team) Avengers movie is out.
The nominations for the 91st Academy Awards ceremony have been announced and, as has gradually become the norm over the last decade, they are more about appearing woke and inclusive than anything actually celebrating innovative filmmaking
Office Dress Code For Productivity: Formal vs Casual Office dress code has undoubtedly changed over time — but what does it look like now? At one time, a nine-to-five job was synonymous with a three-piece suit and briefcase. But, now, many companies are happy to let their employees dress in business casual attire or what […]
Live entertainment One of the UK’s most successful independent comedy clubs will open its first Scottish venue early next year. Currently under renovation at a site on the city’s Renfrew Street, the 400-seat Glee Club Glasgow will officially open in February. Founded nearly 25 years ago, Glee has hosted top names including Jimmy Carr, Kevin […]