The US studio 20th Century Fox has been forced to pull a promotional media campaign for its horror TV series Sleepy Hollow.
Winning an Emmy seems to be a shortcut to the top of the piracy totem pole, according to US research.
A bucket too far for frosty Clive.
Why the government's gift to Disney might make sense - if it happens.
Sydney radio station KIIS FM, home of Kyle Sandilands and Jackie "O" Henderson, could be exposed to legal action despite removing nude photographs of Jennifer Lawrence from its website.
"I'm going to say something really dangerous now," warned panellist Jane Caro on Monday night's Q&A. With the special "Festival of Dangerous Ideas" episode having meandered through the pedestrian topics of toy boys, single parenthood and social media bullies, it was a welcome relief.
The appeal of this show has shifted slightly as it drags on. No longer is the main objective to see if Blake will find the love of his life, it's more about seeing which of the girls will eventually crack, throw the rose in his face and storm off muttering under her breath: ''I really don't need this, I've got a bottle of wine and my cats at home…''. Scott Ellis
A tax incentive deal worth $US20.2 million has been finalised with Hollywood's Disney studio which ensures the fifth instalment of the lucrative Pirates of the Caribbean franchise could be filmed in Australia.
The oft-quoted W.C. Fields line that you should ''never work with children or animals'' obviously doesn't deter Rachel Griffiths.