The actress said she "will fight to the death for the right to suspend disbelief".
As streaming platforms try to reshape the TV business, the world's biggest traditional content market is still doing a brisk business.
- by Michael Idato
Brisbane man Luke Earthling spent his mid-20s travelling in his orange Kombi van, on the hunt for sci-fi and horror books. Two decades later, he's finally letting them go.
- by Jocelyn Garcia
Aussie stars are on their way to bogarting the acting categories at the upcoming Oscars.
- by Robert Moran
Lifelong puppeteer Caroll Spinney has announced his retirement after 49 years in the role.
- by Christie D'Zurilla
The singer confirmed her engagement in an emotional speech at Elle's Women in Hollywood event.
The Grammy Award-winning singer said his 'whole being's changed' since his son's cancer diagnosis.
- by Sam Corbishley
'We've been Banksy-ed': As the auction hammer fell at three times the estimated sale price, the spray painting seemingly self-destructed.
- by Scott Reyburn
Sotheby's, which boasts that the new work "was created in our salesroom", is now calling the piece "the first work in history ever created during a live auction".
The guitarist was replaced by Neil Finn in April.
- by Nardine Saad