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Universal Sets Clooney & Roberts-Led Ticket to Paradise for Fall 2022

Universal sets Clooney & Roberts-led Ticket to Paradise for Fall 2022 Just over a month after first announcing development on the romantic comedy, Universal Pictures is fast-tracking the George Clooney and Julia Roberts-led Ticket to Paradise as the studio has slated the film for a September 30, 2022 release. RELATED: Ticket to Paradise: George Clooney & Julia Roberts Reuniting for Rom-Com Directed by Ol Parker (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again) on a script from him and Daniel Pipski, the film ...
Tags: Movies, Bali, Julia Roberts, Ocean, Queensland, Steven Soderbergh, George Clooney, Universal Pictures, Paradise, Jodie Foster, Clooney, Roberts, Queensland Australia, Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan, ComingSoon


These Scenic Rim Jobs could help you discover your new passion

If you've ever wanted to live and work in the scenic Scenic Rim region of Queensland, Australia, this could be your chance! According to the official Scenic Rim Jobs website: Science Rim Jobs is an initiative of Scenic Rim Regional Council developed under the Regional Skills Investment Strategy and the Scenic Rim Prosperity Strategy 2020-2025. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Jobs, News, Australia, Employment, Job Hunting, Rimjobs, Queensland Australia, Euphemisms, Innuendo, Scenic Rim, Scenic Rim Regional Council


Nickelodeon Sets up ‘Taylor’s Island’ Kids Series in Australia

ViacomCBS units Nickelodeon and Australia’s Network 10 have joined forces to produce children’s action-comedy series “Taylor’s Island.” They are joined in the production by Fremantle Entertainment, Nordic Entertainment Group and Screen Australia. Production of the 20 x 22-minute live action series is set to begin in Queensland, Australia from July. The finished show is intended […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Taylor, Nickelodeon, Queensland Australia, Fremantle Entertainment, Network 10, Taylor's Island


Amazon’s ‘The Wilds’ Relocates to Australia for Season 2

Amazon Prime Video’s YA series “The Wilds” will relocate production from New Zealand to Queensland, Australia, as preparations to shoot the second season ramp up. The move was announced by Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and by Australia’s federal Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher. The federal government will […]
Tags: Amazon, Asia, News, Australia, Global, Production, Queensland, New Zealand, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland Australia, The Wilds, Hon Paul Fletcher


Man enthusiastically removes 5-foot snake from attic while balancing on beams

Snake catcher Luke Huntley obviously loves his job. After catching a venomous red-bellied black snake in a Queensland, Australia attic while balancing on narrow beams (which were surrounded by flooring), he smiles widely and says, "Beautiful! That was so much fun. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Australia, Snakes, Queensland Australia, Red-bellied Black Snakes, Snake Catchers, Luke Huntley


CS Set Visit: Director Adam Wingard on Godzilla vs. Kong!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Set Visit: Director Adam Wingard on Godzilla vs. Kong! Back in March 2019 ComingSoon.net took a trip to Village Roadshow Studios in idyllic Queensland, Australia to visit the set of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong! The fourth entry in their MonsterVerse series follows in the footsteps of previous entries Godzilla (2014), Kong: Skull Island (2017) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), each of which had a unique filmmaker at the helm. For the ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Australia, Horror, Ben Affleck, Superman, Alex Garcia, Toho, Christian Bale, Batman, Godzilla, Skull Island, Hiroshima, Rebecca Hall, Kong, King Kong


CS Visits the Australia Set of Godzilla vs. Kong!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Visits the Australia Set of Godzilla vs. Kong! On March 26, 2019 ComingSoon.net took a jaunt to Village Roadshow Studios idyllic Queensland, Australia to visit the set of a little movie with two very big protagonists: Godzilla vs. Kong! Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary’s fourth entry in their MonsterVerse series follows in the footsteps of previous entries Godzilla (2014), Kong: Skull Island (2017) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), all of which share the com...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hbo, Movies, Australia, Earth, Alex Garcia, Brian, Honda, Godzilla, Peter Jackson, Madison, Skull Island, Josh, Henry, Brown, Bernie


Human remains found in crocodile in hunt for missing man

Authorities investigating the disappearance of a fisherman in Queensland, Australia, have found human remains inside a crocodile.
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Human remains found inside crocodile, amid hunt for missing fisherman

Authorities investigating the disappearance of a fisherman in Queensland, Australia, have found human remains inside a crocodile.
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Human remains found inside crocodile in hunt for missing fisherman

Authorities investigating the disappearance of a fisherman in Queensland, Australia, have found human remains inside a crocodile.
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One-Eyed Racer: a retro CBR600RR from Francis Von Tuto

We’re suckers for retro sportbike style. And if it’s married to classic Honda build quality and engineering, you’ve got an intoxicating mix. That’s why this 2006 CBR600RR ticks all our boxes. It comes from Italian builder Francis Von Tuto, who has just returned to his homeland after eight years in Queensland, Australia. His tools and personal ride are in transit to Italy right now, but he’s left this latest build behind—and some lucky Ozzie is going to have it in their garage soon, because it...
Tags: Australia, Motorcycles, Ducati, Italy, Queensland, Brisbane, Francis, Honda, Florence, Renault, Ozzie, Brembo, Queensland Australia, CBR, Suzuka, Honda Motorcycles


‘Survivor’ Receives Funding to Bring Shoot to Australia

Adventure reality show “Australian Survivor” is to shoot in Queensland, Australia following the injection of cash from the federal government’s Location Incentive Fund. The first five seasons of the show, which airs on Network 10, had previously lensed in Pacific island countries Samoa and Fiji. Preparations to shoot season six in Fiji had been under […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Production, Queensland, Pacific, Fiji, Filming Locations, Samoa, Queensland Australia, Endemol Shine, Australian Survivor


HOW TO GROW ARAUCARIA BIDWILLII - the Bunya Pine

The Bunya Pine - Araucaria bidwillii Commonly known as the Bunya Pine, Araucaria bidwillii is a large evergreen pine native to south-east Queensland Australia. It was named in honour of botanist John Carne Bidwill, who discovered it for western science 1842.  Despite both its looks and common name it is not a true pine botanically speaking, but instead a member of the the same genus as the monkey puzzle tree - Araucaria araucana. This is why it can sometimes be known the 'false monkey ...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, United Kingdom, South America, Norfolk, Queensland Australia, Simon Eade, Bunya Pine, Bunya Pine Araucaria, John Carne Bidwill


The Great Barrier Reef Has Lost Half Its Corals

The Great Barrier Reef, one of the earth's most precious habitats, lost half of its coral populations in the last quarter-century, a decline that researchers in Australia said would continue unless drastic action is taken to mitigate the effects of climate change. From a report: Researchers studied coral colonies along the length of the reef between 1995 and 2017 and found that almost every coral species had declined. Colony sizes were smaller; there were fewer "big mamas," or older large corals...
Tags: Australia, Tech, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Australia, Proceedings of the Royal Society, ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Andy Dietzel, Dietzel, Terence Hughes


Netflix Series ‘Dive Club’ to Shoot in Australia

“Dive Club,” a 12-episode teen mystery drama will start filming in Queensland, Australia, from next month. The show will play on global streaming platform Netflix, and on a local Australian commercial broadcaster from 2021. “Dive Club” follows a group of skilled teenage divers as they strive to uncover a mysterious disappearance that will change their […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Production, Netflix, Queensland, Queensland Australia, reStart, Dive Club, Netflix Series ` Dive Club


Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Biopic Resumes Filming in Australia this Month

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic to resume filming in Australia this month Nearly six months since filming on Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming Elvis biopic was temporarily halted back in March, it looks like things are starting to look up for the project with Deadline bringing word that Warner Bros. Pictures has finally commissioned the resumption of production. The Austin Butler-led film is now scheduled to resume filming later this month on September 23 on Queensland, Australia after Oscar winner Tom Ha...
Tags: Post, Movies, Australia, Atlanta, Tom Hanks, Queensland, BAFTA, Elvis Presley, Maggie Gyllenhaal, FX, Presley, Elvis, Baz Luhrmann, Parker, Warner Bros. Pictures, Rosetta Tharpe


Australia: Snakes crash through roof of house

Two carpet pythons found slithering about a house in Queensland, Australia, may have been love rivals.
Tags: News, Australia, Queensland Australia


Alphabet's Wing named a new head of operations as the drone-delivery company looks to expand its global reach (GOOGL)

Alphabet drone company Wing has appointed a new head of operations: David Kunst. Meanwhile, Faisal Masud, who previously served as COO and moved into an advisory role last year, has departed the company, Business Insider has learned. Kunst will oversee "a further expansion of our global operations and the use cases we can support," said a Wing spokesperson. Like some other Alphabet companies, WIng has found new purpose in the pandemic. Are you an Alphabet insider with more to share? Contact th...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Lyft, UK, Virginia, US, Trends, Business Insider, Wing, UTM, Masud, Queensland Australia, Kunst, Faisal Masud, Palo Alto California, Department of Transport


‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Aims to Begin Filming in Early 2021

Thanks to the coronavirus, we’re currently in the middle of the longest period between Marvel movies since Iron Man launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe back in 2008. While America is still flailing blindly through the pandemic, other countries around the world are handling things much better – which means major blockbuster productions have a better chance to operate safely on those shores. Thor: Love and Thunder, the next Thor sequel from writer/director Taika Waititi, is evidently eyeing a ...
Tags: Movies, Australia, America, BBC News, New Zealand, Christian Bale, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Natalie-Portman, Marvel Studios, Vin Diesel, Portman, Queensland Australia, Collider, Taika-Waititi, Jane Foster


Global warming boosts heat-related cardiovascular hospitalizations, study finds

The impact of high temperatures on hospitalizations due to cardiovascular diseases has increased over the past two decades in Queensland, Australia, according to a new study published this week in PLOS Medicine by Shanshan Li and Yuming Guo of Monash University, Australia, and colleagues.
Tags: Science, Queensland Australia, Monash University Australia, Yuming Guo, Shanshan Li


This shortfin mako shark impressed people with its jumping off the coast of Queensland

A group of people saw a shortfin mako shark flipping in the air off the coast of Queensland, Australia.         [Author: Storyful]
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How Koalas With an S.T.D. Could Help Humanity

When it comes to finding a vaccine for chlamydia, the world’s most popular sexually transmitted infection, koalas may prove a key ally.
Tags: News, Animals, Bacteria, Koalas, Antibiotics, Veterinary Medicine, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Chlamydia, Endangered and Extinct Species, Vaccination and Immunization, Queensland (Australia, Your-feed-science


This caterpillar wears its old molted heads as hats

From  : As the caterpillar of the moth Uraba lugens grows, it sheds its exoskeleton – but rather than getting rid of the previous head section, it stays attached to its body to create a bizarre “hat”. This has earned it the nickname the mad hatterpillar, after the Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. […] U. lugens moults up to 13 times while in its caterpillar phase, with the tower of heads starting to be built from the fourth moult. As the caterpillar grows, each ...
Tags: Post, News, Lewis Carroll, Alice, Caterpillar, Queensland Australia, Alan Henderson, Caterpillars, Cool Hats, Uraba, Animals In Hats, Weird Bugs, Gigi Li


'Hey sleepy head': Adorable koala yawns and chills in tree

Arlo the koala looked right at home as he kicked back and relaxed in his gum tree at Wildlife HQ Zoo in Queensland, Australia.         [Author: Storyful]
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50 billion years of animal evolution under threat from human activity, study says

Fifty billion years of evolutionary history is under threat from human activity, according to a new study which suggests some of the most threatened areas contain the most unique animals. Branches of the tree of life will be cut by the loss of animals such as the Mary River turtle, native to Queensland, Australia, recognisable by its punk-like algae ‘hair’, whose evolution stretches back 40 million years. The turtle, which breathes out of its genitals underwater and doesn’t reach sexual maturity...
Tags: News, Madagascar, Gerald Durrell, Queensland Australia, Mary River


Whale calf rescue in Queensland

This good Samaritan’s experience in Queensland, Australia, will make anyone think twice about doing a good deed. When a man (who wishes to remain anonymous) saw a whale calf caught in nets off the Gold Coast, he immediately went to the rescue. He dove off his small boat into the waters of Burleigh Heads, and used a knife to free the baby whale’s pectoral fin from the net that was cutting into its flesh. He told reporters, “I saw the whale and I thought, ‘That is pretty cool.’ Then I saw he...
Tags: Travel, Wildlife, Queensland, Gold Coast, All, Burleigh Heads, Queensland Australia, Samaritan, Jonathan Clark, Queensland Fisheries, Mark Furner


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Queensland, Australia

Photo submitted by Noel Cleary, “Taken in the Glass House Mountains area of Queensland, Australia.” *Please note that many of the photos we post were taken before any restrictions due to COVID-19 were in place. Parks may be closed to the public, please check before heading out. We always love seeing photos from where you […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Queensland, Australia appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Queensland Australia, Glass House Mountains, Pic of the Day, Noel Cleary Taken


In Australia, an Architect Designs for a Future of Fire

As the country rebuilds after its devastating wildfires, Ian Weir is leading the push for integrating houses with the land, rather than mass clearance of vegetation.
Tags: News, Australia, Architecture, Wildfires, Queensland (Australia, Tasmania (Australia, Ian Weir


Chalk messages inspire healthcare workers

A group of children in Queensland, Australia used chalk and a sidewalk near the hospital to thank healthcare staff who are on the frontlines of fighting COVID-19.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Elvis Biopic Halted Indefinitely While Tom Hanks Recovers

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic halted indefinitely while Tom Hanks recovers The global coronavirus outbreak has not shied away from targeting celebrities, with America’s sweetheart Tom Hanks announcing last week he and wife Rita Wilson had tested positive. Now Baz Luhrmann has taken to Twitter to confirm production on his upcoming Elvis Presley biopic is halting indefinitely while the Oscar winner continues to recover. pic.twitter.com/3YQjUwviVl — Baz Luhrmann (@bazluhrmann) March 20, 2020 ...
Tags: Movies, Cdc, America, Tom Hanks, BAFTA, Warner Bros, Presley, Elvis, Baz Luhrmann, Parker, Rita Wilson, Queensland Australia, Yola, Catherine Martin, Tom Parker, Luhrmann