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7 Batmans, 11 films: the evolution of a dark superhero

Fifty-six years after Batman first graced the silver screen, Joel Rasmussen recaps each depiction of the caped crusader. This is part of a series looking at Batman and his place in our lives.

Wayne’s World: window on a rock fashion transition

In a world being introduced to grunge, Wayne’s World gave a voice to early ’90s metal style. In celebration of its 30th anniversary this week, Genevieve Nardella looks at its place in fashion history.

Disney+ Premier Access: the big challenge for cinemas post-pandemic

The world’s largest media conglomerate may have inspired a chain of blockbuster streaming experimentation in the pandemic, but it seems consumers are still willing to wait to see films in theatres. Justina Wong reports. This is the third in a four-part series on the changing Australian screen landscape.

The streaming wars: who really has the best offer

It started with Netflix, but now there are a whole pack of streaming services to choose from, with a wide range of prices and options. Jaren Israel reports. This is the second in a four-part series on the changing Australian screen landscape.

The Australian screen: disrupted and transformed

The influx of streaming services in the Australian market has disrupted local film and television industries, with widespread effects. Kevin Osvalds reports. This is the first of a four-part series on the changing Australian screen landscape.