One of the stranger things about the seemingly endless Golden Age of Television we’re in is how few of the superstar creatives have gone on to do it all over again.
Recently it was announced that Annihilation would now be going directly to Netflix pretty much everywhere outside of the US and China.
Gone are the days when if you missed something at the cinema, you went straight to the video store.
Having now seen the first two episodes of Romper Stomper, Stan’s new six part series based (loosely) on the original 1992 film, it’s clear the producers were faced with a dilemma.
When Justice League director Zac Snyder had to take a break from putting his film together after the death of his daughter, Joss Whedon stepped in to film re-shoots.
The latest and seemingly endless round of revelations about just how sleazy a place Hollywood really is.
It often feels like the programmers at the ABC aren’t all that good at keeping track of what shows they’ve got coming up over the course of a year.
How do you make a sequel to Blade Runner? A sequel is meant to pick up the story from where the first film left off, but with Blade Runner even that is up for grabs.
So now that ‘It’ has smashed box office records and dragged in a massive amount of money after its first week, it seems fairly safe to say…
There’s been a bit of a glut in Australian television comedy at the moment – for a fortnight there the ABC was running three locally-made scripted comedies in a row on Wednesday night…
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