A few years ago, the only way to know what to expect was to wait and see what was going to happen next.
But now, as a new generation of films and TV shows are coming to the market, it’s much easier to identify a few things that are going to make a big splash and what are the best things to watch.
The biggest change from a decade ago was the number of films that were made in Australia, with studios like Sony, Fox, and Disney all expanding into the country and setting up film studios in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
There are now over 100 Australian film studios with studios across the country, many of which are in the process of opening.
In fact, some of the biggest studios in the country are now producing films in the States.
Fox and Paramount, which have a combined $9.2 billion in gross domestic and worldwide box office, have already announced plans to film the next Star Wars trilogy, while Disney is preparing to launch an animated series for the Disney Channel.
There is also a burgeoning interest in the big screen.
ABC Studios, a unit of Disney owned ABC, is currently filming the first season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and ABC Television is also planning to launch a series of shows based on its animated films.
The rise of digital platforms has also made it easier to watch films and shows online.
In the past, a DVD release was the best option, as it required a lot of patience and patience is now often the way to go when it comes to watching big movies online.
There has also been a change in the way Australians watch TV, with online streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu becoming more and more popular.
The future of Australian films is looking bright and there is plenty of scope for the industry to flourish.
But there is a big difference between a film and a show that will be made in this country, and one of the things that will drive a lot more people to the film and TV industry is that it will be seen as something special and specialised.
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