#DontSpoilTheEndgame starts trending after the directors of the soon-to-be-released fourth Avengers film plead with fans not to share spoilers, despite reports that some scenes had leaked online.
Sarah Harden heads up the media company owned by actor Reese Witherspoon. Together they're working to "put women at the centre" of an industry dominated by men.
Secret rocket tests, comets across the sky and explosives warnings are normally figments of the silver screen. But at Coober Pedy's drive-in they happen all around you.
A simple request from Australian singer-songwriter Thelma Plum has birthed a "matriarchy" of women on local music video sets.
A scriptwriter from the outskirts of Darwin becomes the only Australian accepted into an exclusive screenwriting bootcamp run by A Beautiful Mind and Apollo 13 director Ron Howard.
Rich, well-connected parents, including Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, are facing a $US500 billion lawsuit over accusations they bought spots for their children at prestigious schools in the US, thereby keeping children of less wealthy parents out.
Marvel Studio's Avengers: Endgame released their highly anticipated trailer today along with the movies poster — but something, or rather someone, was missing. Actress Danai Gurira's name was left off the top of the poster.
Nicole Kidman is "on a big mission" to join films with female directors and employ more Australians. And she is already putting her words into action.
The former Pirates of the Caribbean star says his ex-wife's assault allegations were an "elaborate hoax" designed to further her career, but her legal team says the lawsuit is an attempt to silence her.
In a scathing letter, Oscar-winning actress and screenwriter Emma Thompson reveals she quit the forthcoming animated film Luck because of a decision to hire embattled former Pixar executive John Lasseter, questioning why women "would want to work for him".