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"Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours."
In early 2015, Neighbours will celebrate its 30th anniversary. The Aussie soap has provided us with nearly 7,000 episodes of drama, laughs and Harold Bishop falling off a clifftop and returning five years later as a bloke called Ted.
With preparations already underway for the 30th celebrations and the possible return of Kylie Minogue - the show's most famous breakout star - being teased, we want to find out who else you would like to see back in Ramsay Street to celebrate the show's birthday.
Here are our suggestions on who they could bring back:
Pretty much every teenage boy in the '90s had a major crush on Ramsay Street's Annalise Hartman. Played by Kimberley Davies, she was a man magnet in Erinsborough, working her way through relationships with Lou(!), Sam Kratz, Mark Gottlieb and Stonefish. She »
Today we have the trailer for the upcoming "Predestination" time-travel thriller, starring Ethan Hawke, Sarah Snook, Noah Taylor, Madeleine West and Christopher Kirby. Check it out below. Plot: The film chronicles the life of a Temporal Agent (Hawke) sent on an intricate series of time-travel journeys designed to ensure the continuation of his law enforcement career for all eternity. Now, on his final assignment, the Agent must pursue the one criminal that has eluded him throughout time. The new movie is directed by Michael and Peter Spierig, who previously worked with Hawke on "Daybreakers." It's set to hit Australian theaters on August 28th. A Us date has yet to be set. Trailer: »
Knocked for Six, 2012.
Directed by Boyd Hicklin.
Teddy (Curry) and his friends Rick (Cowell) and Stavros (Gameau) are, like most Australians, mad about cricket. When Rick and Stavros reveal that their lives are moving on to bigger and better things, Teddy sets about proving to them that cricket is all they need.
The humble sports film. A staple part of cinema which at its best captures the magic of said sport and the effect it has on the life of the protagonist. American cinema loves a Basketball, Baseball or American Football movie. The UK love a good football film every now and again too. Here the Aussie love of cricket is showcased in Knocked For Six.
- Gary Collinson
The Nine Network.s crime drama Fat Tony & Co. easily won its timeslot on Sunday night. The premiere of the Screentime-produced series starring Robert Mammone as the infamous criminal Tony Mokbel drew 1.379 million viewers in the five capital cities. Adding the regional audience of 443,263, the first episode had a national average of 1.834 million, peaking at 2.06 million.
The second episode was watched by 1.236 million in the capitals/1.6 million. The nine-part series features other original members of the Underbelly franchise including Vince Colosimo as Alphonse Gangitano, Gyton Grantley as Carl Williams, Les Hill as Jason Moran, Madeleine West as Danielle McGuire, Simon Westaway as Mick Gatto, Gerard Kennedy as Graham Kinniburgh, and Kevin Harrington as Lewis Moran The premiere of season four of Seven.s Downton Abbey pulled 1.125 million (down 206,000 on the launch of season three last year) in the capitals, 1.74 million nationally, and ABC.s Rake had 617,000.
The debut of Matchbox »
- Don Groves
4 items from 2014
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