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Karl has held a variety of senior editing and writing roles since joining Fairfax Media in 1999. Most recently he was The Age's entertainment editor from 2009-2012. As national film editor, he oversees our film coverage in print and on our digital platforms.
Karl Quinn It seems everyone is suffering from a severe case of veneer-ial disease in the world of Mad Men, but none more so than Don Draper.
Every picture tells a story
Karl Quinn An Australian artist and an American writer have teamed up to create a TV recap with a difference for The New Yorker.
Karl Quinn Jason Blum is making a killing in Hollywood by following a simple formula: make it cheap and share the spoils.
Karl Quinn Jamie Costa is an internet star with a gift for mimickry. Could his showreel of Robin Williams impersonations catapult him to something bigger?
Karl Quinn Mel Gibson has been spotted in the regional Victorian town of Ballarat, where he is believed to be scouting locations for a forthcoming film.
Karl Quinn The first trailer for Marvel's forthcoming movie was dark and brooding but the second is rich with welcome signs of humour.
Karl Quinn Are we finished mourning? Can we finally speak the truth about Furious 7 - namely, that's it's pretty awful?
Karl Quinn The audience matters to Rich Hall, but sometimes it can get in the way of the show.
Karl Quinn Much-pirated Australian filmmakers hope the verdict marks a turning point in attitudes, as well as legal response, to copyright infringement.
Karl Quinn Don is back on top but it doesn't take long for the cracks to appear in the long-awaited return of Mad Men, now in its final season.
Astor deal at last
Karl Quinn After years of uncertainty, the future of St Kilda's historic Astor Theatre seems finally to have been settled.
Disney remakes: Why live-action versions of Dumbo, Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast are coming to the big screen
Karl Quinn Barely a week goes by without Disney announcing a live-action remake of one of its animated classics. What's behind the studio's feverish appetite for its own back catalogue?
Karl Quinn A Mark Wahlberg-produced movie based on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings has been announced, just months after another on the topic was flagged.
Karl Quinn In the season five finale, the Second Amendment triumphed over wishy-washy liberalism and The Walking Dead lurched unmistakably to the right.
Max and Ivan's The End review: Nuclear meltdown gets a reaction at Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015
Karl Quinn English comedy duo Max and Ivan weave their character sketches into an engaging narrative about a nuclear meltdown in little Britain.
Karl Quinn The on-again off-again pairing of Borat and Freddie Mercury may or may not be on again, depending on whose word you take.
Karl Quinn Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig look set to probe James Bond's past in Spectre, if the first trailer is any indication.
Karl Quinn Production on the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film on the Gold Coast has ground to a halt because of Johnny Depp's prolonged absence.
Sponge out of Melbourne
Karl Quinn He was born and raised in Bikini Bottom, but the 3D CGI version of SpongeBob Squarepants was created in Melbourne.
Karl Quinn The 'greatest criminal mastermind of our time' is back, he's bald, and he looks pretty darned bad.