Internationally acclaimed UK pop star Olly Murs has excited Aussie fans with the news he will be returning in August for a nation-wide tour. Promoting his fourth album Never Been Better, Murs will kick off the tour in Perth before heading to Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney.
The long awaited return of Art vs. Science is finally here, with the premier of their new track ‘In This Together’ released on Triple J on Monday. The Sydney trio spoke on the radio program, also exciting fans with the news that they will be announcing tour dates next week.
‘In This Together’ will be the first single off the new album that is yet to be given a title by the band. The single will mark the first song released since last year’s EP Create/Destroy, while the upcoming album will be their first long-player release since their debut album The Experiment in 2011.
British actress Maisie Williams, best known for her role as Arya Stark on the HBO fantasy series ‘Game of Thrones’, will guest star in the next season of Doctor Who.
The official Doctor Who Twitter account made the announcement on April 30, stating they were “beyond excited” that Williams would be joining the cast in a guest appearance. Williams was also thrilled with news of the role.
After recent speculation, it has been confirmed that British actor Ben Hardy will play the role of Angel in the new X-Men film.
Rumours started when director Bryan Singer posted production art of the character Angel on Instagram. Hardy had been repeatedly linked to the superhero sequel and Singer finally responded on Thursday in an interview with Empire Magazine.
This Thursday, Marvel fans will be flocking to cinemas for the release of ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’. Amongst the cast members to return for the Avengers sequel will be Scarlett Johansson, whose role as the Black Widow will mark the fourth movie she has played the character.
During a press day for the new Avengers film, Johansson spoke to Collider about the possibility of a solo Black Widow Film.
After rumours and hints of an EP release earlier this month, this week Birds Of Tokyo have premiered their new track ‘Anchor’ from their EP with the same name. The Perth band also announced exciting news of a national tour, with tickets to be released April 24 – the same day their new EP will be released.
Written and recorded in LA, front man Ian Kenney explained “Some people send postcards when they’re away. Others post their travel pic’s on Instagram. We decided to write a few songs inspired by our time in LA and we’re sending those out instead”.
Online streaming service Netflix has announced that ‘House of Cards’ will return for a fourth season. With all 13 episodes of the third season being released in February, it was announced this week that the political drama would be renewed for another season to air in 2016.
Kevin Spacey, who stars as the homicidal US President Francis Underwood, will return with co-star Robin Wright, who plays the wife and first lady to the Whitehouse. The season renewal is no surprise with both actors receiving Golden Globes for their performances on the show. The show itself has had several Golden Globes nominations and won four primetime Emmys, which is the first time an online-only television drama has achieved this much acclaim.
Fans of the highly anticipated ‘Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ will finally get a sneak peek of the film, as the first trailer is “on the cusp of being released”.
Collider has reported that the trailer will be aired before all screenings of the upcoming Warner Bros film ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’, which will be released in Australia on May 14.
English actor and comedian Russell Brand will be returning to the big screen, starring alongside Nicolas Cage in the comedy film Army of One. The film is to be directed by Larry Heath, best known for his work in directing the comedy film Borat and writing for the famous sitcom Seinfeld.
Sia has been very vocal about her struggles with stage fright and touring, but in an interview with NME she admitted that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to maintain her hardline stance of not playing live.
“I’m seeing some crazy numbers,” she says, speaking about offers on the table ”When they keep coming I’m like, ‘is it worth it now?’ because it could mean that I don’t ever have to do anything again.”