The Voice UK 2019: ITV series SMASHES The Greatest Dancer once again

The Voice UK continued last night and saw each of the judges fill up their teams as the blind auditions came to an end. And it seemed ITV viewers were thrilled with the episode last night as they tuned in in their millions.  Ratings have since been revealed and The Voice pulled in a massive […]

Nintendo Direct February 2019: Ridge Racer, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy, Star Fox GP

Nintendo Direct February 2019 is taking place soon, and Nintendo Switch fans are set to be treated to some big games news. The only confirmed Switch game that is getting showcased during the upcoming Nintendo Direct is Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The rest of the titles pencilled in for the Nintendo Direct February 2019 are […]

BAFTAs 2019 Best Film winner: What won the biggest prize? Netflix movie Roma is victorious

Alfonso Cuarón is now comfortably on course for big Oscars success later this month after his acclaimed film Roma won Best Film at last night’s BAFTAs. Cuarón also scooped Best Director, beating Yorgos Lanthimos, Spike Lee, Bradley Cooper and Paweł Pawlikowski. In Best Film, it defeated BlacKkKlansman, The Favourite, Green Book and A Star Is […]

Grammys 2019: The 13 Best, Worst and Weirdest Moments From the Ceremony

As the Grammy Awards headed into their 61st annual ceremony on Sunday night, the sentiment across social media was generally… yawn. After several buzzy artists declined to perform on this year’s broadcast (including Ariana Grande, quite publicly!), the 2019 Grammys weren’t inspiring much excitement among music fans. (To be fair, though, that could also be due […]

Grammys 2019: Lady Gaga Performs 'Shallow' With Mark Ronson — Grade It

The 2019 Grammy Awards went off the deep end on Sunday night, courtesy of Lady Gaga‘s performance of “Shallow.” The singer-turned-Oscar nominee was joined by musician (and “Shallow” co-writer) Mark Ronson, who accompanied Gaga on the guitar as she belted the most well-known song from A Star Is Born‘s soundtrack. (Sadly, her movie co-star Bradley Cooper, who duets […]

BAFTA 2019: BREXIT jibes leave BBC viewers furious ‘Luvvie pillocks!’

Andy Serkis, 54, was the first to make a dig at Brexit in front of the royal family at the BAFTAs. He said: “A film’s music. A film without music is like Laurel without Hardy. “It’s Queen without Freddie Mercury. It’s Britain without Europe.” The joke, like many others tonight, seemed to fall flat, so […]

Our favorite two-player board games, 2019 edition

If you’re anything like us, Valentine’s Day brings to mind iconic images of candlelit dinners, boxes of chocolate, roses, and, of course, board games. “What tabletop games are best for couples?” is a question we get all the time here at Ars Cardboard, and today we’re answering (again) by reprising our 2016 two-player guide with […]

SAS Who Dares Wins 2019: Recruit reveals secret communication with the outside world

SAS Who Dares Wins will conclude tomorrow night on Channel 4 as the remaining eight contestants will reach the interrogation round.  Ahead of the episode airing, contestant Vicki spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about her time on the show and revealed how contestants can communicate with their family or friends.  When asked whether or not they […]

The Best and Worst Movies of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival closed up shop yesterday, ending 11 days of premieres, competition, and deal-making — and leaving festival-goers and critics to contemplate the independent, foreign, and documentary films that will likely dominate those landscapes for the months to come. Your film editor was among them, and I came away with a strange sense […]