Pop star appears to have ended her self-imposed man-ban with DJ Calvin Harris.
Cinderella star says she's "absolutely besotted" with new baby daughter, but admits she's made some "crap" choices professionally.
Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke and Carice van Houten say there's a good reason why the show has so much nudity.
It took under four hours to record and now on the eve of the Black Caps tilt at World Cup glory the team have a supporters' song, courtesy of cricket mad Wellington band The Phoenix Foundation.
Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig look set to probe James Bond's repressed past in Spectre, if the first trailer is any indication.
From its atrocious design and isolation to a sequinned Rodney Hide, Avalon studios had its share of disasters.
Production on the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film has ground to a halt because of Johnny Depp's prolonged absence.
A comedian has come under fire for telling an audience member to "die" after they staged a silent protest in response to a rape joke,.
It's a publishing stand-off of wives at seven paces.
Jennifer Lopez never broke up with Casper Smart, according to a new report.
Andrew Skarbek makes history by winning the biggest cash prize ever awarded on Australian TV.
Rumour has it that Dancing with the Stars is making a comeback. Here are our picks for Kiwi personalities we want to see on the show.
Zayn Malik, the now ex-One Direction heart-throb, breaks his silence over why he left the world's biggest boy band.
Auckland singer-songwriter Ginny Blackmore has made it onto the NZ Music Charts overall singles chart with Love Me Anyway, which debuts this week at No 37.
Teens are so distraught that mental health groups are advising counsel? What is driving this outburst of emotion?
Sky TV has sharpened its Neon offering, adding the latest series of Game of Thrones.
Taylor Swift has been named Fortune's world's greatest female leader.
The film opens in a familiar spot - 2029, when the war against the all-powerful artificial intelligence system Skynet is raging.
Couple believe they have been scammed out of tickets they bought online for an Ed Sheeran concert.
The X-Files are coming back but will they be any good?
Australian Today show host Karl Stefanovic apologises for calling Kiwi cricket fans dole bludger army. Well, sort of.
Actress Sheridan Smith reveals all about meeting Cilla Black, one of UK's biggest singers in the 1960s.
A claim has been made that One Direction escapee Zayn Malik was effectively forced out over his excessive partying.
New York-based Kiwi singer Lips is back to provide the music for touring play Daffodils.
The 'new Hendrix' Gary Clark Jr and supermodel Nicole Trunfio are in NZ for Clark's three-date tour.
Plans are reportedly afoot to bring another series of reality television show Dancing with the Stars to New Zealand screens.
CubaDupa's Bbeals is named for the star of an old dance movie which made millions but was panned by critics.
I love reading letters. In whatever format they now come in.
Paul Williams got his name as a parody rapper but now he wants to be taken seriously as a pop artist.
One of the contestants on reality dating show The Bachelor is technically not a bachelorette, it has emerged.
SIMON SWEETMANThe world needs new Eddie Murphy films like it needs new Stevie Wonder albums.
In cinemas this weekend, Downton's Lily James goes upmarket, Shaun the Sheep goes on the lam and Will Ferrell prepares for prison.
REVIEW: New Ferrell-Hart comedy Get Hard limps along.
Frankly, if Dave Grohl was any nicer he'd be a Disney princess. A very hairy Disney princess.
It's never good when your name becomes a euphemism for something nasty.
Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson will reportedly not return for the sequel.
It is the Cinderella interview with Cate Blanchett that made for spellbinding viewing.
There is much mystery surrounding the death of Tupac Shakur. Few think his death was an occupational hazard, however.
Downton Abbey is to end after the sixth series.
Australian price comparison site says people could "rush into internet TV" without realising all the factors.
Booker nominee AD Miller juggles parenthood, the Northern Line, and the dreaded second novel.
The singers, producers and multi-instrumentalists behind Aoteroa "psychedelic hip-hop soul" duo say the best music is subversive.
Comedian Des Bishop learned Mandarin to become one of the first stand-ups in China.
REVIEW: A new novel probing the idea of ordinary lives is a magnificent achievement
One of the greatest showmen in rock'n'roll explains why his show featured theatrical aspects like a snake, a straightjacket and a guillotine.
Kelsey Grammer plays Herod the Great, the king behind the "massacre of the innocents", in new mini-series.
This week's TV Guide's picks see Jono and Ben back in a new time slot and the finale to season five of The Walking Dead.
Ruth Jones is stepping out of the shadow of Gavin and Stacey's Nessa.
Australian Today show host Karl Stefanovic has caused an outcry over his comments about Indian and Kiwi cricket fans.
REVIEW: X+Y, about a socially awkward math prodigy, is a little too formulaic.