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Ok, so this is going to be cute, hilarious and hot, all at the same time. Kylie Minogue is to appear opposite Dwayne Johnson in a disaster movie “San Andreas”, currently being filmed at Village Roadshow on the Gold Coast. The petite songstress, who is almost half a meter shorter than the former WWE wrestler, will play Beth, a woman who finds herself in the worst...

The 67th Festival de Cannes has announced that two Australian feature films have been invited in Official Selection at the most popular film festival in Europe. David Michôd’s highly anticipated second feature, “The Rover,” will have its world premiere Out of Competition, and “Charlie’s Country,” from revered Australian filmmaker Rolf de Heer, has been...

While we’ve heard this before, talk is being stirred up once again that a Point Break re-make is in the works with Australian actor Luke Bracey and Gerard Butler of 300 fame set to star as the new Johnny Utah and Bodhi, respectively. While we’re (respectfully) sure that Bracey and Butler are at least pretty good actors, we aren’t sold on a Point...

Interesting facts about actress Naomi Watts abound, including brushes with death, a dream about Princess Diana and controversial movie roles. Here are ten of the most fascinating. 1. Naomi Watts was caught in a riptide Soon after leaving England for Australia, Watts was astonished to discover that she was caught in a riptide with her mother. She was lucky to survive,...

Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Hugh Jackman has become a major Hollywood name with the film credentials to back up his reputation as one of today’s leading actors. Involved in theatre as well as television, Jackman has built an amazing career since he landed his first role on the very night he graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts....

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Love a great movie? Here is a look back at some of the must-watch movies of 2013 1. Top of the Lake, 1 & 2 This is a television drama that is the newest in a series of mix breed productions that toe-the-line between TV and cinema. The cinematography of this two part series is too breathtaking to be reduced to the confines of a TV screen and can only be fully...

1. Errol Flynn Errol Flynn did not mean to become an actor. He tried multiple other career choices until he finally took acting classes in England. Here he starred in ‘The Wake of Bounty’, and his performance caught the eye of the Warner Brothers who then shipped him off to America. From this point on, he rose up the Hollywood ladder at a fast pace and soon...

Posted on Jan 6 2014 - 10:09pm
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1. Hugh Jackman He is the main character in the The Prestige. He was born in the city of Sidney and is the last in a family of five siblings. He is a professional journalist but abandoned that to follow his true calling in acting. 2. Russell Crowe If you have seen some of his work, then you for sure love him. Popularly known for his role in the Gladiator, Crowe...