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Small is the new big in entertainment

Small is the new big when it comes to movies and TV: the hot new trends are for shorter series, bite-sized video clips and everything viewed on smaller screens.

Times have changed in the world of entertainment, and the days of made-for-TV movies being the low- budget ‘poor cousin’ of big screen blockbusters are over.

Kong Skull Island

Godzilla V. Kong: Seismic Matters

Man has always been fascinated by the idea that gigantic creatures once roamed “our” planet. The term ‘dinosaurs’, meaning ‘terrible lizards’, was only coined in the 1840s, and the study thereof, led to the Bone Wars in the early 1900s. This was around the same time that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the influential novel The Lost World, depicting an expedition uncovering an Amazon plateau where dinosaurs still exist.

Dark Knight

It’s a Batman’s World…

There’s always been an inextricable link between James Bond and Bruce Wayne. Both are suave, sophisticated gentlemen with a seemingly unlimited expense account and a rogue side, who have a penchant for flamboyant villains, femme fatales, armoured cars, martinis and cool gadgets. The iconic Hollywood characters have remained popular, reflecting the mercurial ideals of masculinity through the ages.


Resident Revolutionary

Hollywood is still male-dominated, yet actors such as Milla Jovovich are forging a path for women like new Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot, who can be tough and kick ass without losing their femininity. Before DC discovered the towering Amazonian beauty that is Gadot, it appeared there were only a few women who could deliver an unflinching lead performance in an action blockbuster.

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