NETFLIX: AWAY Teaser and First Look Debut

From Executive Producer Jason Katims, the Netflix series Away is a thrilling, emotional drama on an epic scale that celebrates the incredible advancements humans can achieve and the personal sacrifices they must make along the way.

As American astronaut Emma Green (Hilary Swank) prepares to lead an international crew on the first mission to Mars, she must reconcile her decision to leave behind her husband (Josh Charles) and teenage daughter (Talitha Bateman) when they need her the most.

As the crew’s journey into space intensifies, their personal dynamics and the effects of being away from their loved ones back on Earth become increasingly complex. Away shows that sometimes to reach for the stars, we must leave home behind.

Created by Andrew Hinderaker, the series is executive produced by showrunner Jessica Goldberg, Jason Katims, Matt Reeves, Andrew Hinderaker, Edward Zwick, Hilary Swank, Adam Kassan and Jeni Mulein.

AWAY Premieres on Netflix Friday, September 4th.

Source: Netflix

Skate Your Way to Brunch With The Brunch Club's Roller Disco Brunch

Get your skates on because the Roller Disco Brunch is headed to Sydney on August 22, 2020. Glide back into the ’80s where bright leotards, sparkles and neon were all the rage, along with teased hair and tights. It’s time to break out your iconic disco moves and strap on a pair of roller skates. Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed and limbo winners!

This is one brunch experience that will not be forgotten! Each session runs for 90 minutes to give you plenty of skate time.

This event sold out last year & tickets aren’t expected to be around for long! Tickets are available for $65pp (excl GST) and include entry, skate hire, bottomless mimosas and unlimited pizza. Grab yours now!

Onsite there will be a pop-up bar serving 80’s inspired cocktails and food trucks in rotation so you can keep the party going after your skate session. Please note this event is an 18+ ONLY event.

Date: 22nd August, 2020
Session times: 11am – 6.30pm
Location: TBA

Tickets –

Source: Brunch Club

An ABBA-Themed Brunch Is Coming To Sydney!

You can dance! You can jive! Having the time of your life . . .

From 7th – 9th August, Mamma Mia! fans will be invited to the best immersive sing-along experience that Sydney has to offer! The Greek Islands are coming to King’s Cross for a limited time only – and will give fans the chance to sing along with the cast!

Abba lovers will be able to dine in an immersive environment whilst singing along with the waiters to some plate-smashing classics! Jam along to all your favourites like ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘SOS’, and ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’

Fancy dress is highly encouraged so dig out your best whites, grab those floaty dresses and polish off those boat shoes! Choose to come as a dancing queen or a disco diva, but the best costumes will score prizes!

Tickets for this ABBA-thon aren’t expected to be around for long so make sure you don’t miss out! Tickets are available now for just $55 for the 90-minute immersive experience. Grab yours now at !

Taylor Swift: Homes New York to Nashville to Beverly Hills

While Taylor Swift’s meteoric rise to music stardom is impressive, so too is her growth as a real estate mogul. As of 2020, she owns approximately $81 million in mansions and penthouses in Nashville, Rhode Island, Beverly Hills and New York City and is presently looking for a home in London to be near her boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn.

As a tween music prodigy, Swift’s parents moved from Pennsylvania to Nashville to help jump-start her career. A few years later at age 20, Swift embarked on her ten-year real estate adventure purchasing her starter home in the center of Nashville’s Music Row for $1.99 million. The 3,240-square-foot condo overlooking the city kept her close to the recording studios and her new peer group.

With her singing career growing rapidly and the necessity of spending time in Los Angeles, Swift needed a comfortable retreat and purchased a Cape Cod-style home in Beverly Hills in 2011 for $3.55 million that she sold a few years later for about $4 million. Back to Nashville in 2011, Taylor bought a 5,000-square-foot, Greek Revival-style mansion on almost six acres for her parents in the elite suburb of Forest Hills for $2.5 million that she still owns. In 2012, Swift bought a mid-century-modern home in Los Angeles for $1.78 million which she sold for $2.65 million in 2018.

By 2013, Swift’s music and real estate careers had both hit the stratosphere with multiple Grammy, MTV, People’s Choice, Billboard and Entertainer of the Year Awards, and her cash purchase of a 12,000-square-foot beach mansion in Rhode Island’s Watch Hill for $17.75 million. It is the house where Swift is known for the parties she throws for her girl squad. But soon back on the East Coast, New York City was calling.

By Valentine’s Day in 2014, Swift was checking out the trendy Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca. She settled on two penthouses for $20 million, which she combined to cover 8,309 square feet of living space encompassing ten bedrooms and ten baths. She added a third next door in 2015 in the form of an $18 million townhouse and further in 2018 by adding an apartment in the same building for $9.75 million.

The best of them all came in 2015 in Beverly Hills when Swift bought the historic Samuel Goldwyn mansion for $25 million. In honor of Goldwyn’s award-winning career as a film producer and contributions to the film industry, Swift decided to restore the home to its original 1934 condition when it was built for the Goldwyns. In 2018, she applied for and won Los Angeles landmark status for the estate ensuring that the home will never be significantly changed or demolished.

Now at age 30, Taylor Swift isn’t slowing down for a second. Her new Netflix documentary, Miss Americana has just hit the Internet with a splash and it is rumored that she has jumped the pond and is in London checking out its real estate market!

Visit for more historic, spectacular and celebrity homes and real estate news and Celebrity Home Video Tours.

Source: Top Ten Realestate Deals

Skyline Drive In Blacktown has reopened to the public

Skyline Drive In Blacktown has reopened and is inviting movie lovers back to enjoy the nostalgia of the drive in. As NSW’s only remaining drive in, Skyline is in a unique position to offer out of home entertainment in an environment that complies with current social distancing guidelines.

Following sessions that sold out in hours last weekend, the gates have officially reopened with Friday Fright Nights, Go Retro on Saturdays and a line-up of much loved family favourites.

The program of films will feature some of the best blockbusters, cult classics and family flicks from the back catalogue including Frozen II, Ford V Ferrari, The Goonies, Dolittle, The Invisible Man, Angry Birds, Birds of Prey, Bad Boys for Life, Grease, Spies in Disguise, IT Chapter Two, Knives Out, The Gentlemen and more.

With a Happy Days inspired retro diner serving up classic snacks like burgers, hot chips and Choc Tops and two opposing screens showing features nightly, Skyline Drive In offers an unbeatable cinema experience under the stars.

Luke Mackey, Director of Entertainment, Event Cinemas said, “We know that movies can offer a wonderful escape and are thrilled to be in a position to reopen our doors to offer people access to the simple joy of watching a movie on the big screen.”

“More than 60 years after the drive in movie concept first came to Australia, the fun of the drive in is experiencing a revival right across the world and we anticipate we will see this result in strong demand as we open our doors again. However, with limited capacity these new sessions are expected to sell out quickly, so we advise pre-purchasing tickets online in advance.”

“While we are thrilled to be able to reopen, the health and safety of our customers and our team remains our highest priority and as we welcome movie lovers back we do so after introducing a range of extra safety measures to offer additional peace of mind for those keen to enjoy an entertaining night out”.

Skyline Drive In has introduced social distancing, both between cars and in common areas, online bookings, contactless payment in the Diner Candy Bar as well as increased frequency of cleaning and hand sanitisation facilities.

Skyline Drive In will be open Thursday through to Sunday each week as well as Monday 8 June over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. There will be four films to choose from every night.

For those wanting to re-create the cinema experience at home, Skyline is also offering a Drive In Candy Bar featuring classic movie snacks, delicious hot meals, a brand-new cook at home range and a selection of great value movie boxes to help you create the ultimate movie night. Simply purchase your order online anytime, or through the Event Cinemas App and pickup during Drive In Candy Bar operating hours.

Visit for more info on the Drive in Candy Bar, movie sessions and for bookings. Sessions start from $25 per car, nightly capacity is limited and online bookings are strongly recommended.

Source: Event Cinemas