OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: August: Osage County is based on a play by Tracey Letts and its theatrical origins can be seen in the extensive dialogue, which still crackles along at a great pace.
Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron has created a show that even JJ Abrams was wowed by.
Heading out to enjoy the south. Looking for something to do?
Show us you know your way around the Downton Abbey and be in to win one of five Downton Abbey: The London Season DVDs.
Tonight's audience of ILT Southland Entertainment Awards can expect excitement, glitz and glamour.
A Dunedin author is hitch-hiking the length of New Zealand to meet inspiring Kiwis so he can fill the pages of his latest book.
OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: Our reviewer was pleasantly surprised by fast-paced airborne action thriller Non-Stop.
Metal groups such as Pantera and Lamb of God are being outsold by three small Japanese girls on iTunes.
Watch Justin Bieber's insulting, arrogant, snotty, ignorant and disrespectful deposition hearing.
MAREE FIELDMy impression of Sir Laurence Olivier is a sort of vague one of him playing Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, or declaiming Shakespeare effortlessly. Either that or I associate him with Vivien Leigh, to whom he was married for several years.
Five in running for top award
Five dynamic Southland performers will compete in a star-studded ILT Southland Entertainment Award show tomorrow night.
A spell-bound Invercargill audience enjoyed a musical ensemble of four string players last night.
Lisa Harrow reveals what drew her back to New Zealand to star on the small screen in new local dramedy Step-Dave.
Proving true love runs eternal, a New Plymouth man is petitioning for The Cure to return to our shores.
Kim Kardashian will reportedly receive $1 million for every year she is married to Kanye West.
John Mayer reportedly wanted his relationship with Katy Perry to be "all about him".
Turangi teen flying to Florida to join boy band handpicked by man behind Backstreet Boys.
It was the gaffe that inspired a thousand internet jokes.
Ellen's Oscar night "biggest selfie in history" appear to in fact be a marketing stunt.
Tired, turgid, wince-inducing. These are just some of the criticisms levelled at Ellen's Oscars job.
REVIEW: Classic Doctor Who is often mocked for wobbly sets. But the BBC’s reconstruction of the London Underground was so good that London Transport complained to the broadcaster because it thought the crew had used real locations without permission.
Kanye West is reportedly giving Kim Kardashian a "pivotal" role in his movie.
Ahead of Bruce Springsteen's two Auckland shows this weekend we look at Kiwis covering The Boss.
OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: The trailer for Winter's Tale was completely mesmerising. It promised a tale of a love so strong it could survive even time itself.
TVNZ apologises for Breakfast stunt after learning some abusive messages that were read on air were made up.
OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: I'm a hopeless romantic; a fact I'm not ashamed to admit. I love the feeling of a sweeping score, watching a beautiful relationship develop and, of course, the perfect first kiss.
If Miranda Kerr's singing performance in a Japanese ice tea ad anything to go on, we're in for a real treat.
Girls star bares her beige bloomers to promote new book.
CHRIS CHILTONBOOK REVIEW: While journalist Mike White doesn't offer any facts or opinions about who did kill Scott Guy, he presents an abundance of evidence about who didn't.
Author William Boyd asked Daniel Craig's advice before writing the new James Bond novel, but admitted he would cast Daniel Day-Lewis as his ideal 007.
Are millennials only interested in selfies, sex and surfing the net? Is the future of humanity doomed?
Notes from a Schindler's List viewing party.
OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: In 1962, P L Travers, the author of the Mary Poppins series of books about a magic nanny, is trying her best to keep afloat while avoiding the courting of Walt Disney for the rights to her beloved character.
Comedy film-maker Harold Ramis - famous for movies such as Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day - has died.
Ann Irving doesn't like to see things go to waste. In fact her passion for recycling has seen her bring new life to the most worn-out items.
Rosemary on Black Phoenix helped mark the anniversary of the death of artist Ralph Hotere.
OPINION: MOVIE REVIEW: I must admit, Robocop was never one of the films from the 80s I grew up loving.
A star of the TV series Amish Mafia has been sentenced to prison after repeatedly driving with a suspended licence.
Charlotte Dawson's sister Vicky says the celebrity's family had "no indication" anything was troubling her.
A fundraiser concert for locally-owned Country Radio brought more than 400 revellers to the Invercargill Workingmen's Club last weekend.
A flash mob in inner-city Invercargill provided lunchtime entertainment with a classic Kiwi song today.
If you could take anyone to lunch on a Concorde, who would it be?
Three film-makers, two films, one flat: it's a recipe for success.
One of the founding fathers of Hip Hop, Grandmaster Flash will play an exclusive New Zealand show at Queenstown's Loco Cantina next Friday.
Families unfold camping chairs and roll out picnic rugs for Winery Tour concert.
A private art collector plans to sell a Ralph Hotere artwork at an upcoming exhibition in Ranfurly.
The newest adult getting his wiggle on in the name of children's entertainment is one of our own.
Heart failure claims life of Bob Casale, the guitarist for Devo, best known for the 1980 hit Whip It.
Why Don McGlashan signed to teach convicted prisoners music behind bars.
REVIEW: The car crash that is TV3's The GC is back for another season. Mike Kilpatrick watched it so you don't have to.
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