14 years ago, a movie appeared at the cinemas and quickly disappeared from screens – a resounding flop. That movie was “Wet Hot American Summer” and was chock full of ‘big names’ before they made it big
Billie McKay has fought out the toughest battle ever seen in the MasterChef Australia kitchen to be crowned the 2015 winner. Coming from behind, Billie won against friend and fellow finalist, Georgia Barnes, scoring 82 points to Georgia’s 80.
Ok so I’ve been quite disheartened by the free-to-air television offers of late – too many reality shows, formulated cop shows, regurgitated UK and US shows, but finally, finally here is something I can easily fall in love with.
Nyoman Rencini, who lost her husband and Jan Laczynski, who lost several friends, meet Nasir Abbas, the man who taught the attackers how to improvise bombs, and handle weapons and Ali Imron, one of the terrorists who carried out the attacks.
14 years after Wet Hot American Summer hit cinemas, that film's creators have returned with a prequel series of their own: Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. Taking place a few weeks before the events of the film
Entering the kitchen to applause from the Class of 2015, Georgia, Jessica and Billie were ready to fight for the two places in tonights MasterChef Australia finale. They had to cook a main and dessert for 20 diners each, plus the judges.
In news that will leave Neighbours fans ecstatic, Network Ten has confirmed Carla Bonner will return to the long-running drama series, reprising her role as one of Ramsay Street’s favourite characters, Steph Scully.