When the second Hobbit opens this week, you'll meet an Evangeline Lilly you've never seen before.
Kiwi popstar Lorde has been nominated for four Grammy music awards.
Reviews of Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug are filing in, and so far, they are glowing.
Grammy nomination show organisers confuse Lorde's nationality, calling her Australian.
The X-Men franchise will get another boost in 2016 with the release of X-Men: Apocalypse.
Almost $2m of Lord of the Rings props goes under the hammer to raise funds for sick father.
Will Ferrell is not even embarrassed to be completely naked, although he's planning to cut back on the streaking.
Jennifer Lawrence is "allergic" to flatterers.
Morgan Freeman and Idris Elba lead celebrities who paid tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Paris Hilton is disgusted with designers of "that stupid fake tweet" about Nelson Mandela.
A brother-sister duo who won a Richmond Mall talent quest three years ago have been snapped up by a major US label.
Sir Peter Jackson has been accused of hiding the decaying remains of 15 hobbits in his attic, in a sharp satire from a famous parody website.
'Music is love and love is my sons'
Anika Moa writes about the journey she experienced making her new album of children's songs.
Paul Walker's colleagues have released a touching tribute video.
Leonard Cohen is not the only acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter to play here this month.
Merryn Corcoran has persevered to have her first book published, despite being told by an agent to 'stick to your day job'.
REVIEW: It's as though somebody at the BBC has a time machine.
Heroic in his deeds, graceful in his manner, sainted in his image, Nelson Mandela long served as both cause and muse in the entertainment community.
Stuff didn't ask me to write this blog.
It's hard not to gloat here - but this week I received what I consider an early Christmas present.