TRENDING TODAY: September 16, 2015
Jarryd Haynes Makes Debut in Opening Game Against Minnesota Vikings
Hayne got off on the wrong foot with an embarrassing first touch, but managed to bounce back in the San Francisco 49ers opening game against the Minnesota Vikings, helping to secure a 20-3 win.
Hayne’s break came when RB Reggie Bush was taken off due to an injury, bringing him back on to the field as part of the offensive unit. He proved instrumental in helping to gain some solid ground.
Bindi dedicates her ‘Dancing With the Stars’ wildlife-Themed Routine to Steve:
Bindi Irwin starred in the US season of Dancing With The Stars premiere. She danced to Crockodile rock in a tribute to her late father and Aussie legend Steve Irwin.
Malcolm Turnbull Is Sworn In as 29th Prime Minister of Australia
Julie Bishiop was later given a hard time about the ordeal on the Project last night. Co-host of the show Waleed Aly question her loyalty to the ousted PM:
“If Malcolm Turnbull said he was going to challenge and he told you that, don’t you get straight on the phone to Tony Abbott if you support him loyally and tell him that?”
Quentin Tarantino original cast wishlist for Pulp Fiction has leaked online
Turnbull has been sworn in as Australia’s 29th Prime Minister, facing his first question time as PM. Polls are improving this morning for the coalition, but the new government faces internal challenges to wrangle its Cabinet together.
Tarantino’s original wish-list for cult classic Pulp Fiction has leaked on Redit. It’s revealed Michael Madsen was the preference over John Travolta as Vega and Eddie Murphy was considered to play Jules Winnfield. View the documents here.
Arnold Schwarzenegger to Replace Donald Trump on the ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger has been named as the new host of The Celebrity Apprentice in the US after Donald Trump was ‘fired’.
NBC announced on Monday that the governator will host the show that will return during the 2016 TV season.
Karl Stefanovic will host a new Late Night Show Titled ‘The Verdict’ With Mark Latham
Modelled on a mixture of ABC’s Q&A and Ten’s The Project, Channel Nine has given the green light to new late night TV show hosted by Karl Stefanovic called The Verdict. Karl will be joined by controversial former Labor leader Mark Latham as a regular panelist.