The cat is out of the bag! During Saturday's halftime period of the FA Cup semifinal between Everton and Manchester United, the Doctor's all-important new assistant was announced!
Though the "summer" blockbuster movie season is actually during winter here in Australia, the movies Hollywood believe will be the biggest moneymakers hit cinemas when school is out and the Northern Hemisphere has the time for some entertainment and desire to get out of the heat for a couple of hours.
The 2016 blockbuster movie season will soon be upon us and competition looks fierce. There's no shortage of big, star-studded movies this year. Sure, there isn't an original concept in sight - everything is either a sequel, adaptation or reboot - but it doesn't mean they won't be epic.
Following the announcement of a legit, 100% bonafide Australian contender in Eurovision Song Contest 2016, there has been an even bigger, even more exciting announcement, regarding a new, er, vision altogether!
Introducing, Asiavision! Well, I mean, that's not its name (yet) but SBS, the Australian television station that has been broadcasting Eurovision for over 30 years, has teamed with Blink TV and are in serious talks about development of an Asian version of the famous song contest.
With the new season of Game of Thrones airing as of April 24th 2016, it's just over a month away! Is Jon Snow really dead? Will the White Walkers annihilate everybody? How will the Khaleesi and her dragons get out of this one? Who will live? But more importantly, which others of your favourite characters will die, and just how incredibly brutal will it be?
The show creators provided Entertainment Weekly with on-set photography to whet our appetites and frankly drive fans crazy with speculation.
Check out a sampling below.
When fandoms collide.
Cumberbitches and Hiddlestoners get excited. All your shipping dreams are coming true.
Rumours are swirling around the internet that a certain British stud, Tom Hiddleston, known most for his brilliant portrayal of the decidedly villainous Loki in the Avengers franchise may be joining the other big British stud, Benedict Cumberbatch, in season 4 of his hit London detective show, Sherlock.
Fans be going off like:
Tim Burton's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children has a trailer! And the Author Discusses the Obvious Changes
You may remember one of our very first posts mentioned the first film from the stellar series of books, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. It was a post about upcoming TV and film adaptations we were psyched for, and Miss Peregrine was absolutely one of them.
And finally it has a trailer!
I'm gonna be real here. I'm not a huge fan of Ariana Grande. Her songs are catchy, don't get me wrong, but the lyrics can be a bit cray (you KNOW I'm talking about 'wanting to die alive' in Break Free) and I just wish she would enunciate her words a bit more clearly; it brings out some deep, dark, unexplained irritation in me. Grinds my gears, it does.
But Ariana has released the audio video for her new single, Dangerous Woman on her VEVO account, and I'm gonna admit. I'm digging it. It's moody and sultry and a more mature sound for Ariana, a track that would work well on a James Bond soundtrack.
Have a listen below. What do you think of the track? It's also available on Spotify so if you like it, go forth and add it to your fave playlist and stream it as often as you like!
Rihanna and Drake have released not one but two music videos from two different directors for their newest collaboration, Work. Each video and director appears to have chosen a very different aesthetic as you can see below (just keep watching after the first to find the second version). Perhaps the first caters more to what fans have come to expect from Rihanna, and the second, bearing a stylistic resemblance to the video to Drake's Hotline Bling, caters to the tastes of Drake fans.
Morgan Freeman's voice is so smooth, so calming, that he has portrayed God in film not once, but twice. He even narrated the Tom Cruise-lead War of the Worlds, as an omniscient, all-knowing, body-less voice. That's rather God-like too, no?
We can think of no one more perfect to help us all navigate through unknown streets, terrain, and traffic, and to help us all keep our cool on the road.
And now he's doing it!
Australian, UK and Irish reality TV fans, have I got some exciting news or what. Are you paying attention?
In March 2016 (so, REALLY SOON!) NBCUniversal is releasing a new streaming service for reality TV lovers. Hayu is going to be chock-full of all the divas and bad romances you can handle, opening with over 3,000 episodes including full seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the Real Housewives franchise, Shahs of Sunset, I Am Cait, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, The Millionaire Matchmaker and Made In Chelsea, all for the low, low price of $5.99 a month. New eps will be updated constantly, usually at the same time they air in the US. And more importantly you should be able to watch on any of your devices!