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All it took was a phone call from Tina Fey

All it took was a phone call from Tina Fey

Busy Philipps was coasting along, until the promise of playing a retro pop star and working with a bunch of legends lured her back to work.

  • by Ben Pobjie

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Tell me it’s real: is Bennifer back?

Tell me it’s real: is Bennifer back?

Online gossip and a timely “private getaway” has teased the unlikely return of a ’00s-era power couple.

  • by Robert Moran
Life-sized Star Wars X-wing fighter lands in US museum

Life-sized Star Wars X-wing fighter lands in US museum

“The museum has long had an interest in the themes of inspiration and imagination,” Margaret Weitekamp, a Smithsonian curator, said.

  • by Gabrielle Russon and Orlando Sentinel
Seth Rogen has no plans to work with James Franco again after allegations

Seth Rogen has no plans to work with James Franco again after allegations

In a new interview, Rogen said he regretted saying in 2018 that he would still work with Franco following sexual misconduct allegations against the actor.

  • by Bryan Alexander and USA Today
Bonds of family and community reverberate in St Kilda Film Festival

Bonds of family and community reverberate in St Kilda Film Festival

The power of community and elders are key themes of two of this year’ s short films, says Criag Mathieson.

  • by Craig Mathieson
The only thing worse than Point Break? Keanu Reeves’ acting in it
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The only thing worse than Point Break? Keanu Reeves’ acting in it

As with many surfers passing their peak, the film is still acting the teenager, more ludicrous with each year.

  • by Malcolm Knox
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Noughties glamour couple Wayne Cooper and Sarah Marsh split after 25 years
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Noughties glamour couple Wayne Cooper and Sarah Marsh split after 25 years

It is believed the fashion designer and his former model wife’s split is the reason they put their $10.5 million Tamarama trophy home on the market.

  • by Lucy Manly
The Kid Laroi’s SNL debut a ‘massive moment’ for local hiphop

The Kid Laroi’s SNL debut a ‘massive moment’ for local hiphop

The 17-year-old’s SNL spot also comes at a time when the world’s eyes are uncommonly fixed on Australian hiphop.

  • by Robert Moran
Is a sculpture really a sculpture if you can’t see it?

Is a sculpture really a sculpture if you can’t see it?

As Australia’s first sculpture park celebrates its half century, the park director says we are seeing a dramatic evolution of the art form.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
Remembering Anita Lane: much more than Nick Cave’s muse

Remembering Anita Lane: much more than Nick Cave’s muse

The enigmatic Australian singer-songwriter has died at 61.

  • by Michael Dwyer
Fingers on buzzers: which TV genre is enjoying a resurgence?

Fingers on buzzers: which TV genre is enjoying a resurgence?

Whether it’s because there’s a million dollars at stake or the host knows how to deliver a withering zinger, interest in the perennial quiz show is growing.

  • by Craig Mathieson