It has been widely reported that the Australian's ninth outing in the role will be his last. It really should be but not for the reason that you think.
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.
Ray Martin presents a look at the gulf between how we think and how we behave when it comes to questions of race and racism in this country.
The puppetmasters had a field day as their new couple stirred things up at the weekly dinner party.
Hoges might have been far more interesting had it not been so determined to ensure we liked its subject.
Eight months after it was axed as a result of government funding cuts, the ABC's Fact Check department is to be relaunched – as a joint venture with a university.
At once deadly earnest and utterly comical, Werner Herzog has turned his unique and unflinching gaze upon the internet in his latest documentary.
Adele's do-over tribute to George Michael at the Grammys wasn't nearly as awkward as James Hetfield's microphone problems.
The biopic of Paul Hogan gets lost in the uncanny valley of television: it kind of looks real, but it's just a little off.
The troubled music promoter has been foced to postpone his roots and reggae festival until November, following slow ticket sales.
A Melbourne couple have developed a world-first app that will allow moviegoers to find tickets at far less than the regular price.