We started with a suspense-filled montage and it was just all too intense.
Al Pacino was considered too short, Marlon Brando was required to do a screen test, and director Francis Ford Coppola was almost fired.
Take a glimpse into the Kiwi's star's musical mind.
COMMENT: 13 Reasons why has cast suicide as a form of triumphant payback. It is dangerous and wrong.
A hacker claims to have released episodes of Season 5 of Netflix's hit series Orange Is The New Black, after their demands weren't met.
The battle for the bachelor is heating up. How do we know? The challenges are getting cray-cray.
TVNZ's new singing series is called The Naked Choir - but host Jeff Hunkin assures us that everyone is fully clothed at all times.
Rebel Wilson claims defamatory magazine articles, making her out to be a serial liar, cost her roles in Hollywood.
The former 90210 heart-throb stars in the new detective series Private Eyes.
Paul Gurney is a man of many musical parts.
You should laugh at least once a day, and with that in mind, here's a comedian's look at the Olympics for old people.
REVIEW: Anne Hathaway stars in a film that's silly but so original and charmingly cute we completely buy into it.
OPINION: Why are some books and movies marketed so strongly to a female audience when all of us might enjoy them?
These British reality TV stars fell in love on set.
Science writer Dave Hansford is ready for storm of protest over his book praising 1080 poison
Artist/ musician Maryrose Crook left Christchurch after the quakes and ended up in the Californian desert. She's coming home, bringing her electric guitar and a roomful of extraordinary paintings.
Mikey's back with the band! The irrepressible DJ and TV star says he has no regrets... well, a few (particularly those parking tickets)
The Irish comic on why Kaikoura has a special place in his heart.
We're a nation of animal eaters yet we tend to know little about them and how they end up on our forks.
OPINION: Fyre is not the first festival to put the fear of God into fans. I survived Soundwave 2010. No really, I did.