We’ve become suckers for risk-free art, corporate world knows it

The guardian | Catherine Shoard:

Eddie the Eagle – the story of a chunky, unsuccessful ski jumper in the late 1980s – is the most successful British film since Spectre. So far it’s made £6m in the UK, double that in the US, and has been released in 30 other countries, including Ecuador and Bahrain… Read more

Image: Illustration by Ellie Foreman-Peck