How Jerry Seinfeld helped one actor to decide to walk away from his most famous role
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi has lost its chance at an Academy Award after accusations of "telephone lobbying".
The Lord of the Rings star wore his pounamu pendant to the Oscars. It didn't bring him much luck, though.
A small gallery in Hawke's Bay will be filled with matchboxes this August
Why one Kiwi Oscar nominee will be slightly relieved if he doesn't make the podium
Australian comedian Troy Kinne talks about his sketch comedy show Kinne and the reason he can't crack a smile.
A young cinematographer is part of a team of life-saving volunteers in war torn Syria. But he's not welcome in Trump's America.
You may not know it, but it's likely you've had one of their songs stuck in your head.
REVIEW: I had freebie tickets and one to spare, so I called my Springsteen-loving, 70-something mate.
Producer Sarah-Luise Whatford talks about the show's continuing success at putting criminals behind bars.
REVIEW: Alone in Berlin - more as a glimpse of an interesting historical moment than a gut-wrenching tragedy.
An anthology of writing about Nepal reveals the life behind the marketing campaigns.
When her nude stage show attracted disturbing emails, this performer simply added them into her act
Arriving soon to play Taranaki's WOMAD Festival, Brazilian "electronic bossa nova" star Bebel Gilberto answers this week's questions.
Will the pixie dust from Rove McManus and his Australian media empire be enough to make Three's post-news show a hit?
PC gone mad means 'why can't I be sexist and racist'
Paul Auster's clever, complicated new novel features four narrative threads that count down to four different endings.
Why Nicole Kidman was being beaten up on the set of her new TV show
The Pork Pie star loves exercising with friends, eating out and relaxing in the spa pool.
The Smiths, in Spanish? "Why the hell not?" asks Mexican musician, Camilo Lara.
Watching reality stars flaunt their wealth may reduce well being and even stop viewers from voting to better their lives.
The health and lifestyle blogger lives in a chic Mt Eden home with her partner Trent and a few flatmates.
Danny Boyle on his feud with Ewen McGregor and why it took 21 years to make Trainspotting sequel
Glitter and stilettos in abundance as Auckland's rainbow communities take to the streets.
This might be his 21st Springsteen gig, but it's not like he wears a white T-shirt, jeans and a bandana.
Jonny Brugh, who plays 800 Words’ Monty, talks about his role on the show and how he makes ends meet between acting jobs.
From botox to special diets, we look at exactly what it takes to get our most loved celebs red-carpet ready.
It's "too sad" for Emma Thompson to reprise her role in the Love Actually sequel after the death of Alan Rickman.
Meet the lawyer and published novelist who has been "reborn" as a singer-songwriter.