Qantas' last Boeing 747 traces carrier's iconic kangaroo logo after taking to sky for its final journey
On Wednesday, Qantas' last Boeing 747 passenger plane took to the skies for the final time and traced a special image with its flightpath: the Australian carrier's iconic kangaroo logo.
Coronavirus Outbreak: American TV showrunners reveal how they're shooting intimate scenes during pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak in the US has led to TV shows taking to creative changes like mannequins, spousal stand-ins, and phone sex to project intimacy.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Michael Bay's pandemic-themed thriller Songbird becomes first film to shoot in LA post-lockdown
"We worked out the safety issues months ago," Michael Bay said about tackling the coronavirus outbreak on his set
Coronavirus Outbreak: AMC pushes back plans to reopen in mid-July by two weeks after Tenet, Mulan release get postponed
Los Angeles mayor has also announced he is taking a 'hard pause' on when movie theatres can reopen in the city, citing an increase in coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus Outbreak: The Bold and the Beautiful halts filming to expand COVID-19 testing, a day after resuming production
The Bold and the Beautiful is one of the first television series to start filming again, after the coronavirus induced lockdown.
Coronavirus Outbreak: US TV shows to resume production with The Bold and the Beautiful Season 35 on 17 June
The Bold and the Beautiful cast and crew will be required to wear masks when not on camera. There will also be an on-set coordinator who will oversee safety for the entire team.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Los Angeles movie theatres to remain shut; most chains hope for a July reopening
Movie theatres closed their doors around the world in mid-March to help curb the spread of the coronavirus
Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson says he was hit by rubber bullets by police while protesting George Floyd's death in Los Angeles
Kendrick Sampson went live via Instagram on Saturday to show his view of events, but he could be also be seen on a CNN broadcast simultaneously, with viewers watching him get hit by a police baton on TV.
Harvey Weinstein, the Oscar-winning producer of Shakespeare in Love, was convicted of raping an aspiring actress in 2013 and forcibly performing oral sex on a TV and film production assistant in 2006.
Michael Bay to co-produce pandemic-themed thriller Songbird; shooting to begin in Los Angeles in five weeks
Michael Bay produced Songbird is reported to be the first film that will go on floors in Los Angeles during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Cathay Pacific to close US cabin crew bases, lay off 286 staff as global travel comes to halt
Cathay Pacific has grounded most of its planes because of the fall in demand, flying only a skeleton network to major destinations
Coronavirus Outbreak: US becomes world's first country to record over 2,000 COVID-19 deaths in single day
The COVID-19 positive cases in the United States are now more than the other top countries taken together: Spain (158,000), Italy (147,000), Germany (122,000) and France (112,000).
Donald Trump says 10 COVID-19 drugs under clinical trial in US as part of govt's 'unprecedented' effort to find solution to coronavirus outbreak
Responding to questions, Vice President Mike Pence said the US was having four separate clinical trials on the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine.
In US, coronavirus outbreak is dramatically changing the way families and communities mourn their loved ones
The coronavirus outbreak, stay-at-home orders and the rules of social distancing are dramatically altering the way families and communities mourn the passing of loved ones.
Coronavirus Outbreak: After Donald Trump, now Nikki Haley says Chinese tally of 82,000 COVID-19 cases ‘not accurate'
Indian-American politician Nikki Haley has cast doubt on the accuracy of China's official coronavirus figures, terming them 'clearly not accurate', amidst reports that the CIA has advised the White House not to trust the data being provided by Beijing.
Coronavirus Outbreak: US healthcare system under deep stress; medical professionals say thousands may need urgent care in upcoming days
Health officials fear a similar situation could be in various metropolitan cities across America as COVID-19 spreads like wildfire
The New York City jail system that includes Rikers has reported at least 19 inmates and 12 staff members being diagnosed with coronavirus
Harvey Weinstein reportedly tests positive for coronavirus in New York state prison, placed in isolation
Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison on 11 March under the charges of sexual assault and rape.
Centrist Democrats breathe easy as Joe Biden makes stellar turnaround in Super Tuesday contest; Bernie Sanders still at number 2
Biden’s stunning performance cemented a remarkable turnabout, remaking the Democratic presidential primary with head-spinning speed. A candidate once on the brink of collapse, Biden is now a favorite for his party’s nomination.
Harvey Weinstein juror deletes social media accounts, goes into hiding after allegedly receiving death threats
One of the jurors on the Harvey Weinstein case has gone into hiding after receiving death threats, claims her sister.