By Lauren Wiles
Shrek is love, Shrek is life; a film critic has sent Twitter into a frenzy with his negative review of Dreamworks classic Shrek.
The animated comedy recently reached its 20th anniversary and is regarded by most as one of the most prevalent movies in pop culture. This anniversary has sparked nostalgia and joy for grumpy green ogre and Smash Mouth fans across the globe. Continue reading Twitter slams negative Shrek review
By Lily Morris
Taika Waititi and Spencer Susser have joined with Humane Society International to bring a new short film campaigning against animal testing.
Save Ralph, a short stop-motion mockumentary, was released on 6 April to critical acclaim and worldwide popularity on social media. In the style of a documentary narrated by comedian Ricky Gervais, the 4-minute film depicts the daily life of Ralph, a testing rabbit voiced by Thor: Ragnarok and Jojo Rabbit star and director Taika Waititi. Continue reading Save Ralph: The Short Film Against Animal Testing
By Lily Morris
The beloved Essex zoo reopened its gates to visitors on 12 April for the first time since Christmas Eve 2020.
Colchester zoo was finally able to welcome back visitors last month as lockdown restrictions were gradually easing for the first time since the introduction to the third lockdown in January. Zoos, shops, gyms, and pubs could once again open their doors to the public from Monday. Continue reading Colchester Zoo Reopens to Visitors
By April Norris
Award-winning Big London Bake returns on 17 May, in which participants will be partnered with a professional baker over the course of a month-long competition.
In each round, participants will be placed in twelve teams of two and given ingredients, tools, and instructions to create their culinary masterpiece in 90 minutes. Continue reading Big London Bake returns to the public
By Bethany Webb
ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is coming to Salford Quays in Manchester this summer, allowing the public to tackle the mighty Bushtucker trials for themselves.
The family-friendly experience, situated over 2,500 square feet, will feature tasks and challenges inspired by the notorious Main Camp, Croc Creek and Snake Rock. Each of the challenges will allow participants to challenge their own mental and physical skills. As per the show, participants will be able to collect stars when they complete a challenge. Continue reading I’m A Celeb comes to Manchester public