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Apr 2011
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Despite the glamour and smiles at last night’s Australian premiere of Sucker Punch, all is not well with the action fantasy. Set partly in a brothel and full of the kind of costumes that haunt the dreams of 14-year-old boys, the film is battling allegations of sexism from the critics. Its Australian star, Emily Browning, who walked the red carpet at Event Cinemas in George Street last night, has hit

Apr 2011
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EVER wondered what an actress needs for three all-over-the world premieres. Actress Emily Browning arrived back in her adopted home of Los Angeles from Australia, almost crumbling under the weight of her red carpet requisites for the Zack Synder’s adventure fantasy, which were packed into at least six pieces of luggage. Keep reading here

Apr 2011
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Do you know Violet Baudelaire? If you have read or seen Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, then maybe you have had. Emily Browning did the part in the movie. The tenty-something starlet has marked her spot in the limelight because of the movie. More so, this Aussie girl has also made her fashion sense known to many. She has this classic and elegant way of dressing herself.If you

Apr 2011
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Australian audiences have demonstrated their love for cult director Zack Snyder, with his film Sucker Punch claiming the #1 spot at the Australian Box Office on opening day (Thursday April 7) taking in an impressive $375,344 (estimated). National Marketing Manager of Roadshow Films, Phil O’Niel said “We are excited about this movie, and to be number 1 on opening day demonstrates Australian audiences are embracing concepts that push the boundaries

Apr 2011
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With an overwhelming response from both music and film fans, the soundtrack Rolling Stone raves “brings back the event soundtrack” and Artist Direct hails as “not only one of the best soundtracks this year, it’s also bound to be remembered as a classic” is now the #1 Soundtrack in America! Source