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The most powerful people in Hollywood: #MeToo accused out, Ronan Farrow in

The most powerful people in Hollywood: #MeToo accused out, Ronan Farrow in

What a difference a year makes. The entertainment industry bible The Hollywood Reporter has unveiled its annual list of the 100 most powerful people.

  • by Michael Idato

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Nicolas Cage goes from Hollywood star to cult hero in Mandy
Movie reviews

Nicolas Cage goes from Hollywood star to cult hero in Mandy

Nicolas Cage bounces back from ankle surgery to take on a crazy cult in Mandy.

  • by Jake Wilson
Downton Abbey movie sets 2019 release date
Pop culture

Downton Abbey movie sets 2019 release date

The anticipated film, which began shooting this month, now has a release date.

  • by Nardine Saad
Ladies in Black review: Counter culture explored

Ladies in Black review: Counter culture explored

Bruce Beresford presents a puzzle to those who look for consistent patterns: what could unify a career that spans the whole history of modern Australian cinema?

  • by Jake Wilson
I Am Paul Walker review:  Documentary is slow and incurious

I Am Paul Walker review: Documentary is slow and incurious

Paul Walker lived fast and died young. Blessed with great Californian surfer looks, he became the co-star of the Fast and Furious series, made lots of money, and died in a stupid car crash that was not his fault, before he really had time to find out how good an actor he might have been.

  • by Paul Byrnes
Johnny English Strikes Again review: Rowan Atkinson's spy short on laughs, long on nostalgia

Johnny English Strikes Again review: Rowan Atkinson's spy short on laughs, long on nostalgia

No one would call the Johnny English films Rowan Atkinson's best work, but they've done well at most box offices, which must be why we're getting a third instalment six years after the underwhelming Johnny English Reborn

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Ghosthunter review: Past demons haunt incredible and heartbreaking documentary

Ghosthunter review: Past demons haunt incredible and heartbreaking documentary

Ben Lawrence's debut documentary is simply remarkable – not just for the story, which tells of a man in western Sydney who hunts ghosts, most of them in his own past – but for the sensitivity with which Lawrence tells it.

  • by Paul Byrnes
'A very special moment': Richard Gere to be a father again at 69
Richard Gere

'A very special moment': Richard Gere to be a father again at 69

Richard Gere and his wife Alejandra Silva have confirmed they are expecting a baby.

  • by Julia Hunt
Aussies shine at Venice and Toronto film festivals
Film Festivals

Aussies shine at Venice and Toronto film festivals

Nicole Kidman, Elizabeth Debicki and Jennifer Kent were just some of the highlights at the two great festivals that unofficially kick off the awards season.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
Smallfoot review: Neat twist on an old tale but far cry from Warner's cartoon glory days

Smallfoot review: Neat twist on an old tale but far cry from Warner's cartoon glory days

The anarchic spirit of the old Warners era has been sidelined in favour of a slick brand of sentimentalism.

  • by Sandra Hall
Short Cuts: Sundance Film Festival Shorts, Italian Film Festival and more

Short Cuts: Sundance Film Festival Shorts, Italian Film Festival and more

Short Cuts: Sundance Film Festival Shorts, Italian Film Festival, The Films of Lucrecia Martel

  • by Craig Mathieson