In 132 pages…
Top 20 Unmissable TV
Many think TV’s already had its golden age, but here at The Works, we think otherwise. From The Sopranos to House, from Lost to Life on Mars, we thought it was time we reminded you of the fabulous TV you should be watching.
And if you don’t believe us, maybe the stars themselves can convince you. We meet with Without a Trace’s Anthony La Paglia , CSI’s Jorja Fox, The Sopranos’s James Gandolfini, House’s Lisa Edelstein and Lost’s Jorge Garcia to find out what makes their dramas so compelling…
We meet with the show’s main cast, Bill Paxton and the three ladies in his life, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin, as well as the creators
The seasoned actor talks to The Works about his latest film roles in The Moguls and Surf’s Up and about how he loves to attend Big Lebowski cult festivals
With the release of their Greatest Hits album, we reflect on the duo’s 10-year career, and spoke to one half of the group, Mark Brydon, who reveals why this could be farewell.
We travelled to the Sydney film set to meet with the Man of Steel himself, Brandon Routh, along with the rest of the cast and director Bryan Singer to discuss the challenge of resurrecting the fabled superhero
Brit actor James Purefoy on why he relishes playing Mark Anthony, baring all for the camera and what to expect from HBO’s gory Roman epic
X-Men: The Last Stand may have been a disappointment, but the upcoming summer releases of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and Superman Returns prove the Hollywood movie franchise is anything but gone
Big Brother Watch
There’s no escaping it this year in what is Big Brother’s bitchiest year yet. We take a look at who’s making enemies and who’s got the charisma to make it for the long haul
After a really great summer book? Then look no further, as The Works presents its rundown of the best holiday reads
The actress discusses her lead role as a bus driver in the new TV driver Jane Hall
Alex Pettyfer talks about his role playing a reluctant teenage spy in the new espionage thriller for kids
The thriller writer chats about his latest instalment to the John Rain assassin novel series