Nick Miller The disgruntled director revealed that 'to my great shame, I have not watched the film in its entirety'.
Nick Miller With everyone waiting for the Friends reunion, our computer overlords have taken it on themselves to write new scenes of the hit TV sitcom.
Nick Miller Now in their 70s, London artists Gilbert & George are still obscene, confronting and more than a little bit weird.
Nick Miller After 35 years of virtuosity, risk-taking and more than a few fiery arguments, a star performer prepares to say farewell.
Nick Miller, Edinburgh The Edinburgh Fringe is hard work, but offers great opportunities to those who take the risk, Australian performers at the festival say.
Nick Miller, Edinburgh Fergus Linehan is missing Australia, and not just for the weather.
Nick Miller Hugo Weaving is pushing a salt cellar towards me, on a table outside London's Barbican theatre, to demonstrate the meaning of nothingness, or the nothingness of meaning, or the meaning of that moment...
Nick Miller Paloma Faith is over heartbreak. The thing that really vexes the singer of Only Love Can Hurt Like This these days is the pornification of music videos.
Nick Miller Australian men think cheesy jokes in action movies are childish, secret internal Sony emails reveal.
Nick Miller She has acted alongside monsters and mega-stars, but the thing that really scares Sally Hawkins is talking about her craft.
Nick Miller The latest incarnation of the classic fairytale features a heroine who gets indecently excited by nice shoes.
Nick Miller Bryce Dessner's surprise new project is "more rock'n'roll than anything the National's ever done".
Nick Miller The veteran actress says she is determined to keep working into her ninth decade.
Nick Miller Martin Freeman is not unhappy that his role as Bilbo Baggins is coming to an end.
Nick Miller It may be aimed at teenagers, but there's nothing childish about the themes of the third Hunger Games movie, says its director.
'It really is the end'
Nick Miller The iconic comedy group say they don't care about the money and didn't like the idea of a big world tour.
Nick Miller, Stephanie Peatling Tasmanian author Richard Flanagan has won one of the world's most prestigious literary prizes, the 2014 Man Booker, for his masterpiece of love and death, The Narrow Road to the Deep North.
Man Booker Prize
Nick Miller Australian Author Richard Flanagan has won the Man Booker Prize for 2014 with his novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North.
Nick Miller Manchester, England: Royal hoax DJ Mel Greig has told a conference of UK radio heavyweights she is ready to get back to work on the radio – and thinks she is "wiser" after going through...
Nick Miller A banner year for Australian talent at the Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival could mean we say goodbye – at least temporarily – to one of our biggest comedy talents.