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Seeking out the things you want

Seeking out the things you want

Rebecca Breeds makes Clarice Starling her own in this sequel to The Silence of the Lambs.

  • by Michael Idato

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Anime is booming but its creators are living in poverty

Anime is booming but its creators are living in poverty

The pandemic boom in video streaming has further accelerated demand at home and abroad, as people binge-watch Pokémon and cyberpunk extravaganzas like ‘Ghost in the Shell’. But their creators are earning as little as $US200 a month.

  • by Ben Dooley and Hikari Hida
Trekking and bumbling, boldly, into outer space

Trekking and bumbling, boldly, into outer space

The second season of Star Trek: Lower Decks promises more appearances by iconic Star Trek characters.

  • by Michael Idato
From Wentworth to giving birth, Kate Jenkinson knows how to deliver

From Wentworth to giving birth, Kate Jenkinson knows how to deliver

The actress is starring as a midwife with complications in her first series lead role, just don’t ask her to sing.

  • by Louise Rugendyke
Is this really the end of Daft Punk?

Is this really the end of Daft Punk?

In this business of music, even the actual death of a key player is just a career pivot point.

  • by Michael Dwyer
The Muppet Show finally available to stream – but now it comes with a warning

The Muppet Show finally available to stream – but now it comes with a warning

Inspirational, celebrational, Muppetational... and inappropriate? The Muppet Show has lit the lights on the streaming stage, but it comes with a caveat.

  • by Michael Idato
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Riverdale, TV’s most bonkers show, makes a case for jumping the shark

Riverdale, TV’s most bonkers show, makes a case for jumping the shark

There’s jumping the shark and then there’s suddenly jumping your entire series seven years into the future, as the popular Netflix show’s just done.

  • by Robert Moran
Game show in box seat: Andy Lee fronts Ten’s shot at event TV glory

Game show in box seat: Andy Lee fronts Ten’s shot at event TV glory

Lee says he’s had “loads” of offers to host TV game shows before, but none ever “sung to me” like The Cube.

  • by Robert Moran
Heartbreak High, for the Snapchat generation

Heartbreak High, for the Snapchat generation

The TV spin-off to the film Love, Simon, returns to Creekwood High School to tell a new coming-of-age story.

  • by Michael Idato
Hogwarts library, a jazz bar in Paris: welcome to the world of ambience videos

Hogwarts library, a jazz bar in Paris: welcome to the world of ambience videos

The popular genre of YouTube video pairs relaxing soundscapes with animated scenery, to make viewers feel immersed in specific spaces.

  • by Eliza Brooke
What’s the #SnyderCut and why’s everyone so excited for it?

What’s the #SnyderCut and why’s everyone so excited for it?

The trailer for Zack Snyder’s alternative take on 2017 bomb Justice League lit up the internet this week.

  • by Robert Moran