“It’s non-stop at the OK Corral here,” enthuses Essie Davis in the few minutes she has spare to talk while shooting season two of the Australian smash-hit drama Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. So hectic has been her schedule that finding a time for a chat with the Tasmanian actress has proved to be a major challenge
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JK Rowling’s real-life mystery uncovered
A real-life mystery over who blew the cover on JK Rowling writing a detective novel under a pseudonym was uncovered on Thursday when the culprit was revealed to be – her law firm, which apologised unreservedly for the leak. Rowling, whose Harry Potter series made her Britain’s best-selling author, posed as a retired military policeman called Robert Galbraith to write The Cuckoo’s Calling that was released in April to strong reviews but minimal sales.
MJ doctor in ‘dire financial straits’
A moment with Sam Neill
Lake folk wallow in dodgy business up to their necks
The only bum note so far in Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake (UKTV, Monday) has been the lousy accent of American actress Elisabeth Moss. I’m sure there would have been a swarm of local actresses who could have done a far better job of playing Kiwi detective Robin Griffin – for instance, Robyn Malcolm, who is also in the mix playing an American
Film review: Eternity
LA sheriff: Man recovers car 42 years after theft
A Cop (And A Raincoat) For All Seasons
Why the Duke Cabdriver Could Also Help the Prosecution
The same Durham area taxi driver cited as an alibi witness for accused Duke university lacrosse player Reade Seligmann may end up hurting some aspects of the defense’s argument that no rape at all occurred at the off-campus party that night. Called in by investigators in the Duke rape case for the first time Tuesday, taxi driver Moez Mostafa told TIME in an exclusive interview, he stated he saw exotic dancer Kim Roberts exchange angry words with lacrosse players, enter “an old white car” and speed away from the scene.
Two Journalists Arrested in Britain’s New Phone-Hacking Probe
When a reporter from Rupert Murdoch’s British Sunday paper the News of the World was jailed, along with a private detective, in 2007 for hacking into the cellphone voicemails of aides to the royal family, the paper insisted it was a one-off a “rogue reporter” operating without the knowledge or approval of his bosses. That assertion prompted two reactions from those in the U.K