American Indian actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie this week.
Kim Kardashian admits she definitely misses privacy from time to time.
The New Zealand Comedy Festival opened in style in Auckland last night.
Paul Henry was showing extreme fatigue with the story.
Former Lyttelton choirboy Marlon Williams has released a debut solo album that it already been described as a masterpiece.
"People see this macho male...but my heart and soul, that female side is part of me."
HBO was missing out on nearly 10 million households that might want to watch the premium channel.
Comedian Andy Lee talks about AFL, meeting Hamish Blake, and Gap Year moments.
Cast of long-running TV show struggle to come to grips with news of co-star's sudden death.
Anxious moments and cutthroat twists - top TV courts aren't Judy or Mason, but Hoops and Lannister.
Russell Crowe got his guitar out for a ballsy protest with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon.
Sawyer Sweeten, who played one of Ray Romano's twin sons in Everybody Loves Raymond for nine years, has died.
New Zealand's adventure capital is set to double as the short-term comedy capital this winter.
Patrick Dempsey is leaving Grey’s Anatomy after starring in the show for a decade.
John Campbell has told protesters marching to save current affairs show Campbell Live that he's working on it too.
Former Shortland Street star Ido Drent tells how tough filming conditions helped him get into character while filming a Gallipoli drama.
Judy Bailey will report live from Chunuk Bair, the site of one of New Zealand's epic stands against the Turkish forces.
The Kiwi Jurassic Park actor delves into his family's Anzac connection in a new documentary.
OPINION: It's his story; let him tell it if and however he chooses because it's really none of our business and we need to just move the hell on.
Can you imagine the pitch for our current reality? "So it's about this guy. He's the leader of a country but a little awkward."