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Everyone has a secret in the brilliant trailer for Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children

Director Jason Reitman burst onto the scene back in 2005 with his satirical comedy Thankyou For Smoking, which he followed up with Oscar-nominated indie darling Juno. His next film, 2009’s Up in...

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Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith will star in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies!

  That’s right. Set to join the Burr Steers’ directed horror comedy is British actor Matt Smith. Playing Mr. Collins, Smith joins a cast which includes Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire) and Sam...

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Film Review: Land of the Bears (France, 2014)

Alright, straight up, no word of a lie, Land of the Bears has got to be the cutest, most heart-warming, most excellent display of bears on screen...

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Exclusive Interview: Buffy‘s Emma Caulfield at Oz Comic-Con

While at Oz Comic-Con in Sydney, The Iris’ Chris Singh caught up with Buffy star Emma Caufield to talk about her roles, the event and more…

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What To Watch: The Iris’ Weekly TV Picks (18th – 21st September 2014)

Thursday Clueless, Eleven, 9:30 pm AEST An oldie but undeniably, a goodie. Starring Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd and the late Brittany Murphy, Clueless offers a satirical insight...

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TV Review: The Mindy Project, Season 3 Episode 1 “We’re a Couple Now, Haters!” (USA, 2014)

There’s often a risk with getting two will-they-won’t-they characters into a relationship; shows such as Castle and Bones spend seasons upon seasons building up the sexual tension,...

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Let your dreams soar with the first trailer for Paper Planes

The first trailer for upcoming Australian film Paper Planes has been released online. It’s a great trailer and positions the film as a fun and exciting experience for the...

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Margaret and David call cut on At the Movies after 28 years on air

It has been a dark 48 hours for Australian film fans, as the ABC announced yesterday that legendary film critics Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton would not be...

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Film Review: InRealLife (UK, 2013)

Won’t somebody think of the children? This may be Helen Lovejoy’s catchphrase from The Simpsons but it could also be used to sum up the documentary, InRealLife....

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TV DVD Review: Brilliant Creatures (Australia, 2014)

Brilliant Creatures is a two-part television series that celebrates four iconic Australians. Feminist and libertarian, Germaine Greer; writer/broadcaster/memoirist and poet, Clive James; the late firebrand, art critic,...

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