The Australian fast bowler has a major role in the romantic comedy UnIndian, now shooting in Sydney.
The Bachelor Australia's Blake Garvey and second runner-up Louise Pillidge have confirmed the rumours swirling about their controversial relationship, revealing they are an item and are preparing to move in together.
All the blood, sweat, tears and celebrities standing on desks is about to culminate in a dream come true for one sort-of-lucky Aussie youngster.
Tom Decent breaks down his all-time top 10 TV shows that contain a consistent hidden message.
Another British offering that focuses on the personal and professional lives of police officers. Surely, that's been done before? It has, and better, but that's not to write off Scott and Bailey as unwatchable. Lesley Sharp (Janet Scott) and Suranne Jones (Rachel Bailey) play detectives and classic odd couple who work with Manchester's murder investigation team.
The last episode of this deftly written, not-entirely-implausible six-part political thriller brings the series to a gratifying close. Ned (Dan Spielman) and Jesse's (Ashley Zukerman) original plan of handing over secret files in exchange for the kidnapped Hani (Adele Perovic) has failed – she remains a hostage – and they need to act now to save her and break open the government cover-up.
Hipsters go time-travelling; doubts over new adventure reality show; and Dr Who's accent falters.
Attitudes towards gays and lesbians and their representation have shifted enormously since the dawn of television and cinema.
Some might think the tender age of 14 too young to start a career in the spotlight of pop stardom but X-Factor finalist Marlisa Punzalan has done that.
She loves thrillers, is fascinated by how we deal with loss, and is determined to keep taking risks. Meet the Nicole Kidman you don't know.