THE Star Wars Stormtrooper is one of the most iconic movie images of all time, and is still infamous 40 years on. People dress up as them, they’re recognised around the world, but how did that come to be? Express.co.uk spoke exclusively to the designer of the original stormtrooper Andrew Ainsworth.
Tully is described as “a story about Motherhood in 2018″, starring Charlize Theron as a stretched-thin mother-of-three Marlo. In reality, Tully is about much more than motherhood. All of the movie’s themes can hang their hat on the peg of motherhood, but they are about other things too. Ageing, tolerance, mental health, and interpersonal relationships.
There is a persistent truism within the feminist community – that if feminism isn’t intersectional, it isn’t working. Throughout the panel discussion, disability rights, race, and socio-economic disparity were threaded into the conversation. They grounded it into the reality in which so many people live.
The Terror is a fantastic piece of television, storytelling, and nuanced acting that has so far garnered 100% on rotten tomatoes.
I can still recall with detail the yellow painted walls of the back stairwell at my high school. The black banisters; the small windows teasing us with a view of the East River. The sound of a classmate calling out “look, everyone, Gabriella’s staring at her own boobs!”