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You used to be able to fit everyone who mattered in Hollywood into one room. Not now, writes Rob Long
June 29, 2017
Hollywood wisdom goes that people seek escapism. But things are changing in America, writes Rob Long
June 15, 2017
The film reveals what has always existed in the industry, but has been ignored so far, says Rob Long
June 8, 2017
Rob Long on how the popular and influential entertainment industry goes beyond Hollywood and speaks more than one language .
June 1, 2017
Rob Long writes that we may rank the men who have played 007, but our liking is more about whom we grew up with.
May 25, 2017
The real power of celebrities is that they have the capacity to bring attention to small issues, writes Rob Long
May 18, 2017
After decades of isolation, American producers are heading to Havana with film and series ideas, writes Rob Long.
May 11, 2017
No matter what anyone might say, there is no formula for producing a hit at the box office
May 4, 2017
Whenever a movie star pops up on a television series, it is not normally for a love of the craft, writes Rob Long.
April 27, 2017
Musical theatre is rebooting film classics for the stage and finding favour with audiences, writes Rob Long
April 21, 2017
When adults gather to create a commercial to appeal to young people, it’s going to go wrong, writes Rob Long
April 13, 2017
Some of the great comedians aren't exactly original, writes Rob Long
April 7, 2017
Movie producers love remakes, and so do the people behind the films that are being remade, writes Rob Long
March 30, 2017
Social media has turned ordinary people into celebrities, with all the perks that go with it, says Rob Long
March 23, 2017
The never-ending search for the next pop star reveals uncomfortable truths about culture.
March 16, 2017
UAE's first Indian doctor receives golden card visa
New threat to Saudi Arabia comes from two fronts and one actor - Iran
US warship docks in Lebanon amid rising regional tensions
Why is Oreo defacing books? It's just plain gross
Why Airbus wants to track your in-flight movements