GoT: Sean Bean drops spoiler

Sean Bean

Perhaps we haven't seen the last of Ned Stark. And what's that you say about Jon Snow?

Game of Thrones author tells fans 'f**k you' Sean Bean: I've died quite a few times

Wake up New Zealand!

Seven Sharp Why Seven Sharp is a disgrace and what went wrong with TV1's Nancy Wake: The White Mouse.

The little film that could

Max Currie One of the main actors in Max Currie's film Everything We Loved was paid in Lego, on a star-chart basis.

William Close likes them big

William Close Earth harp creator William Close lands record deal with his 300-metre string instrument.

Putting those rumours to rest

Simon Cowell Simon Cowell's attorneys insist their client is "truthful in the public arena".

Beetles fell Harrison's tree

george harrison George Harrison's memorial tree in Los Angeles' Griffith Park has been killed by bark beetles.

Bieber's party draws complaints

Justin Bieber's neighbours reportedly filed six complaints to cops last weekend.

ScarJo to marry 'in four weeks'

PSH didn't want 'trust fund kids'

Art outside the box

Sol LeWitt Sol LeWitt, known as of the most influential artists of the 20th century, is the subject of a film festival documentary.

Railway Man 'emotional'

A gripping story of the real-life experiences of a prisoner of war in Japan, subtly and respectfully filmed.

How Kiwi got to make Pulp film

The film about Pulp

Outrage over Baron Cohen film

Grimsby residents livid that their town has been portrayed as a rubbish-strewn, violent ghetto.

Protest spirit revived with new song

Chris Baigent Hamilton's Garden Place will be the venue for what's being touted as ''a one-off historical performance''.

What Midnight Youth singer did next

Jeremy Redmore, former frontman of Kiwi band Midnight Youth, is releasing his debut solo album this Friday.

Quake refugee's career takes off

Kim Dotcom set for Party party

Lily Allen banned from GoT

Lily Allen has been banned from talking about Game Of Thrones.

'Sorry, I crossed a line'

Reporter who sparked maelstrom of outrage rifling through crash victims' luggage on live TV says he "got things wrong".

Lucy Lawless returns to screen

New Zealand's warrior princess is to join the cast of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..

Orange isn't the new black

The Voice crowns winner

Simpsons' fan sets tattoo record

Auckland Simpsons' fanatic Lee Weir gave up beer for a year to pay for his world record breaking 41 tattoos of Homer.

Book review: Bark 'skillful'

Bark, by Lorrie Moore Author Lorrie Moore takes her time with a new book, but it's worth it.

Patrolling on

Best-selling crime writer Karin Slaughter says female cops still do it tough.

Vintage reads: A Town Like Alice

One for the record

Catton on NZ Book Awards shortlist

It would be surprising if Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries didn't show up on the Book Awards shortlist.

Kiwi takes on villain

hayden tee Kiwi Hayden Tee stars in the re-orchestrated, re-calibrated and re-energised production of Les Mis in Melbourne.

A tale of two musicals

The King and I and Les Mis are vying for your entertainment dollar in Melbourne this winter. James Croot compares.

Artist jailed for vagina boat

Meester speaks up

What to do with Rolf's painting

A Taranaki community is pondering what to do with a 40-year-old Rolf Harris painting.

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