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Neighbours boss explains why scenes were cut from finale after backlash from fans
Neighbours fans have been left fuming after finding out that some scenes were cut from the season finale. The iconic Australian show wrapped up on Friday night, where fans saw some touching scenes such as a speech from fan favourite Karl..However in the episode that was aired in Australia included a video message from Sky Mangel as well as a touching scene where Dr Karl Kennedy told Toadie that he was a son to him but British fans didn't get to see these touching moments. READ MORE: Ex-Neighbours soap star savages star-studded finale as ‘unwatchable’ Another scene where Beth Brennan mentioned her son Ned Willis was also cut.Explaining the reason, Herbison said that the finale was 'always intended as a one-hour special' but the Australian channel Network 10 decided to give them a 90 minute episode to wrap things up.He said: “As you can imagine, with so much story at play, there was a lot of material left on the floor."There is easily another 15 minutes of unseen footage in the last episode, including the video messages.“Perhaps one day we can do a special cut and cover such important questions as – how did that street party come together so quickly?”Neighbour has been a popular Australian soap for 37 years.Fans have been left begging for a reboot of the soap after its final episode saw over 3 million viewers tune in to say goodbye.The grand finale saw past stars returning to the soap including Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan and Guy Pearce as the residents of Ramsay Street said a fond farewell to Erinsborough.The same episodes in Australia aired on Thursday and drew the biggest ratings in over a decade.UK ratings enjoyed an average of 2.6 million viewers, hitting a peak of 2.9 million.
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Neighbours fans 'in puddles of tears' as retro cast return for emotional final episode
Neighbours has closed out its final moments with emotional reunions, a joyful wedding and a nostalgic tribute to past and present stars.After 37 years on screen, the Australian soap ended with a double-episode special on Friday which featured star-studded cameos from Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Margot Robbie and singer Natalie Imbruglia.The show first aired in 1985 and followed the cul-de-sac community of Ramsay Street within the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough.READ MORE: Neighbours Toadie star's life - forgotten roles, huge weight loss and Big Brother stintIn the opening of the finale, it becomes clear Ramsay Street as the community once knew it is coming to an end as Susan Kennedy, played by Jackie Woodburne, looks at all the houses up for sale around her home.Harold Bishop, reprised by Ian Smith for the closing episodes, tells Susan and her husband Karl they are the “last of the custodians” of the area and suggests she should write the introduction to their “History Of Ramsay Street” photo album.Another fan-favourite character to return to their old hunting ground is Mike Young, played by Guy Pearce, who shows his daughter Sam (Henrietta Graham) around the area.After bumping into his old friend and former love interest Jane Harris, played by Annie Jones, they take a trip down memory lane by going through the houses on Ramsay Street and revisiting memories from their youth.They recall special moments including his reaction to her makeover when she went without her glasses for the first time and when her mother would not let him visit her.However, their time reminiscing does not go down well with Jane’s former partner Clive Gibbons (Geoff Paine) who ends up in a drunken row wielding a lamp at Mike, saying:
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Ryan 'Toadie' Moloney reveals how Neighbours ends
Neighbours, will come to an end on July 28.And with anticipation steadily building, actor Ryan Moloney has been able to give the fans a little bit of extra gossip about the ending they’ve been waiting to see.WATCH BELOW: Kylie Minogue discusses her return to NeighboursSpeaking to radio’s Fitzy and Wippa this morning, Ryan – who has played Jarrod Vincenzo ‘Toadie’ Rebecchi since 1995 – let slip who will have the last word in the finale.“I’m not allowed to but I’m going to,” he said when he was asked live on air.“Is it you?” Wippa asked him.“No, it’s not me,” he said. “It’s Susan and Karl.”Susan and Karl are played respectively by Jackie Woodburne and Alan Fletcher.Susan and Karl Kennedy began on Neighbours in 1994, and have been mainstays on the show ever since.With so many episodes, storylines, and influence under their belts, it’s only fitting they would get to deliver the final line of the series.However, there will be a lot more to see in the finale before the final words, which was also teased by Ryan this morning.Toadie took time to share some details from the finale.When asked about the actors returning to the show as guest stars, Ryan revealed: “There’s so many, I think there’s about 60 in the last scene.“I had to write down a little cheat sheet.
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'Becomes intimidating' Margot Robbie on how she insisted on Wolf of Wall Street nude scene
Hollywood A-lister, 32, spoke about filming the movie's nude scenes alongside Leonardo Di Caprio in the 2013 film, where she starred as Naomi Lapaglia.The Once Upon A Time in Hollywood star spoke candidly about filming the scenes, which were shot when she was 22-years-old.Margot said: "You sit there and feel, 'Ooh, this is so scary', but you are not thinking of the millions of people who might see you naked, you are thinking about the crew."The star added that she felt awkward about a colleague seeing her naked after having had a conversation with them.She explained: "You have just talked to a bloke about his daughter's violin recital and now he's going to see you naked."The bigger deal you make of it, though, the more intimidating it becomes so you just get on with it," she told Radio Times.It was her breakout role on the 2013 award-winning film which shot her to stardom.Margot is currently filming Greta Gerwig's live-action Barbie movie alongside Ryan Gosling.Variety reported that the star was paid a huge $12.5 million for the role, after the publication released their list of top Hollywood earners.Margot also pocketed a whopping USD$10million for the 2020 hit film Birds Of Prey.Speaking about what to expect from the highly-anticipated Barbie movie, Margot told MailOnline: "We like the things that feel a little left of centre.“Something like Barbie where the IP, the name itself, people immediately have an idea of, 'Oh, Margot is playing Barbie, I know what that is’.“But our goal is to be like, 'Whatever you're thinking, we're going to give you something totally different - the thing you didn't know you wanted.'"The Suicide Squad star added: "Now, can we truly honour the IP and the fan base and also surprise
Margot Elise Robbie (born 2 July 1990) is an Australian actress and film producer. She has received nominations for two Academy Awards and five BAFTA Awards. In 2017, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and in 2019, she was ranked among the world's highest-paid actresses.