As I began writing for Melbourne Interior Design and Lifestyle online magazine Home Journal lately I have began interviewing some great Australian designers both professional and DIY individuals.
This post shares the story of Pat Breen who owns Shop Ramen in Fitzroy and is running a kitchen for the very first time as a home cook.
Hope you enjoy the read.
There will be more design articles to come!
Rumours have now be confirmed that Tim Burton‘s involvement in Beetlejuice 2 are no longer just rumours, with multiple individuals telling The Wrap that Burton is in talks to direct the sequel for Warner Bros.
The sequel which is set to be produced by Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg of KatzSmith Productions alongside The Geffen Company who produced the 1988 classic will see Burton reunite with Michael Keaton in the main role as the fast-talking ghost.
To find out more about the sequel and what Burton has been up to, check out the XXIV Article.
Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston is one lucky actor, experiencing a one in a life time praise for his work by Oscar Winner Anthony Hopkins.
Hopkins publicist has confirmed that the Oscar winner sent Cranston an emailed letter applauding his performance in Breaking Bad, explaining it to be the best acting he has seen after watching all six seasons of the series recently.
To read the 75-year-old’s letter which also shares similar praise to the rest of the Breaking Bad cast check out the XXIV article.
Deadline, Variety and Indiewire have all reported the newest addition to the rising trend of adapting big screen features to TV series’, with the latest addition; Relativity Television‘s partnership with Bradley Cooper and Georgeville TV to adapt 2011’s Limitless.
For those who may have forgotten, the film directed by Neil Burger followed Eddie (played by Cooper) a struggling writer who takes an illegal drug that gives him access to his brain’s full potential allowing him to evolve into the perfect version of himself, which consequently draws the wrong attention.
To find out more about the series adaptation which Cooper is also producing, alongside other films adapting themselves to the series trend, check out the XXIV article.
After exploding into cinemas with Elysium sci-fi filmmaker Neil Blomkamp is showing no signs of slowing down with his newsest sci-fi film Chappie in pre-production already, with Hugh Jackman rumoured to star as an antagonist in the film.
The sci-fi comedy is to be based on Blomkamp’s 2003 short film Tetra Vaal and is set in Johannesburg in South Africa.
Jackman, who confirmed the possibility of taking on the antagonist role in the film during a press conference for Prisoners will star alongside lead star Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley who will return for the voice the of main robot in Blomkamp‘s newest venture.
To find out more about Chappie and what Jackman had to say at the Zurich Film Festival check out the XXIV article.
While surrounded by his crew on stage after their Emmy’s win for Best Drama, Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan shared his appreciation for one online streaming source in particular which he believes kept the show alive.
To find out what Gilligan had to say about Netflix and the show alongside lead actor Bryan Cranston check out the XXIV article.
Although Paramount‘s long development of 1974’s The Gambler remake has had a few set backs including the loss of director Todd Phillips and star Leonardo DiCaprio, it now seems director Rupert Wyatt and star Mark Wahlberg may be stepping onto the project that will be written and produced by some big names!
To find out more about the roles the Rise of the Planet of the Apes director and Wahlberg‘s will have in the film check out my full article on the XXIV website.