Some fresh news from the Prince of Bel-Air

Most of us have seen or heard about the absolute hilarious 90’s comedy show ‘the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ starring Will Smith. Well, there are some exciting news. A remake has been confirmed and it will be called ‘Bel-Air’ and will have a twist. In this remake the genre won’t be comedy – it will be a drama.

Will Smith confirmed that the streaming service Peacook ordered two seasons of the show and I believe many of us can’t wait for it to be released.

Check out the trailer below that was made about one year ago as a fun project.

My Octopus Teacher now on Netflix

Friendships can sometimes be strange and beautiful – but in My Octopus Teacher we will dive deeper into a rather odd relationship between an octopus and a human. The human is the nature loving movie maker Craig Foster who bumped into this interesting creature on the coast of South Africa.

Check out the trailer below!

If you are not on social media you are now in minority

Social Media Stats

Believe it or not, this means that more people now use social media than do not. In a newly published report from and it is now confirmed that around 3.96 billion people use social media today. That includes all social media channels, anything from Instagram to Facebook.

This trend will most likely continue to point upwards as more and more people across the globe gain access to both internet and smart technology.

Surviving Jeffrey Epstein

The same network behind shocking documentary series Surviving R.Kelly has released a trailer for their new feature, titled ‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’.

The investigative documentary will feature 8 survivors who will narrate us through the horror of Jeffrey Epstein’s abusive empire.

Have a look at the distressing trailer below.

Banksy at it again

We all know Banksy by now. At least we know his work. His latest escapade involves him “cleaning” the cars in the London Underground network. And of course the art is influences by the current pandemic.

Check it out.


Banksy is an anonymous England-based street artist, vandal, political activist, and film director, active since the 1990s. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humor with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique.