Jennifer Lawrence has been named Forbes' highest-grossing actor in 2014, despite being paid less than her male co-stars.
Matthew Knowles isn't the most sentimental dad in the world - he's just offloaded a heap of Beyonce merch in a garage sale.
Bieber's crotch selfie, Kanye's tanty over his wedding photos and Mariah's no show brought bratty behaviour to high levels in 2014.
Weddings, babies and is Kim Kardashian joining The Big Bang Theory? All these feature in the gossip mags this week.
Thunderbirds are go with a teaser for the remake of the 1960s television show appearing online.
REVIEW: Love is Strange is the perfect small scale romantic drama, with a side order of good comedy.
Small army of Rhythm and Alps volunteers prepare Cardrona Valley site for deluge of music fans tomorrow.
Those wanting a slick Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy-esque thriller are well catered for in The Imitation Game.
REVIEW: Penguins of Madagascar might be slightly cheesy but it delivers on animated action and humour.
REVIEW: Even the presence of Batman himself, Christian Bale, can't save Exodus: Gods and Kings.
The Interview was never supposed to be a paradigm-shifting film, but it might end up as one.
Singer wants "a moment where people don't see me for a while" (then shares pics of new $60m private jet).
Kapiti artist Debbie Pointon's favourite room is perched on a steep bank in Raumati South with majestic views of the hills.
These four actors may not be household names just yet, but they're poised to unseat the Hollywood's finest come 2015.
Dave Comer, the man who helped redefine New Zealand as Middle-earth, loses his cancer battle on Christmas Day.
When I first read The Changeover I understood that, in Margaret Mahy, I'd met a writer who was for me.
REVIEW: Horrible Bosses 2 isn't quite the equal of the first, but it keeps up a whiplash pace for its entirety.
New Zealand-born Kat Schurmann was just 13 when she died in Brazil of HIV/Aids. Her story is now becoming a film.
Brooke Fraser hates being pigeon-holed as a Christian.
Looking for a DVD to while away a Summer evening? Here are 2014's best films.