The star of Doctor Strange says what she does is no more sophisticated than a six-year-old dressing up as a dog or an old lady.
Bryan Cranston If you want to be an actor, talent alone doesn't cut it. Here the Malcolm in the Middle star explains what you really need to do to succeed - and how he landed that starring role.
Jason Steger Oneworld repeats its Booker success; the brothers and sister Rubbo; Sisters in Crime celebrates, and Peter Singer's award.
Ron Cerabona Literary news and events in Canberra.
Garry Maddox Mel Gibson's acclaimed return to directing focuses on a conscientious objector who won the American VC.
Michael Idato Downton Abbey meets Indiana Jones as King Tut's treasures are exhumed in a new TV drama.
Sydney author Mary-Anne O'Connor's first novel Gallipoli Street was a bestseller in 2015. Her new novel, Worth Fighting For (Harlequin) is inspired by the World War II experiences of her mother and uncles, and is the story of a young woman who marries to save the family farm while her brothers are away fighting and the Pacific war threatens Australia.
Rob Moran The limited edition issue looks like a newspaper, feels like a magazine, and plays like an iPad. What a time to be alive.
Amy Croffey Gigi Hadid, Snoop Dogg, and Paris Hilton, all made appearances at Flemington through the years, but organisers seem happy to stick with local talent for 2016.
The singer was called a "sobbing luvvie" after she apologised to a 13-year-old Afghan boy for her country's immigration policy.
Together Union says about a third of government jobs in Mount Isa are officially 'temporary'.
Some families don't know where their loved ones are buried in Cloncurry's old cemetery.
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