Coupling, potential uncoupling, more coupling, and a wedding feature in the gossip mags this week.
A long lost duet recorded by Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson in the 80s will be released this year.
Bubbly Canadian actress relishing role in 'love letter' to New Zealand.
Colin Farrell has been confirmed in one of the leading roles in the second season of True Detective.
Emma Watson is calling for men to take a stand for gender equality at the launch of the HeForShe campaign.
It's sun, sand and surf in Fiji for some of the lucky Shortland Street cast - and all for a good cause.
SIMON SWEETMANThe best thing to come out of the weekend was the reminder to return to Bic Runga's album, Birds, and the chance to see Neil Finn live.
Mark Caunter of Hamilton City Libraries finds a Pulitzer Prize winner from the early 1990s that's still a winner.
Artist Juliet Best is grateful to have fantails, tuis and cabbage trees to paint, even if too often they are seen as cliches.
FBI called in after more celebrity nude photos are leaked, with Jennifer Lawrence again a victim.
Book spills on famous trilogy, from it being an anti-war protest to the naming of Wookiees.
The expectations for Spencer since her Oscar win in 2012 are higher.
REVIEW: Steven Moffat, stand up and take a bow.
Longtime actress and singer Polly Bergen, best known for role in 1962 suspense thriller, dies at 84.
Latest A-list victims of hackers include Kim Kardashian, Mary-Kate Olsen and Hayden Panettiere.
She could be the next pop culture princess - unless her diva-esque behaviour sinks her first.
Peter Gutteridge was met by police on his return from the US, was admitted to hospital and died.
The Block NZ's female contestants go at it hammer and nails in a crate-stacking contest.
He didn't bring his Yeezus tour here, but Kanye West might be teaming up with Lorde.
Christchurch performer is no diva
She may be jetting off to New York to perform but Ali Harper says her life is anything but glamorous.
Check out this amazing cover of the 1983 smash hit 99 Luftballons, using only one red balloon.
Aro Video started with 180 VHS tapes in 1989 and it's still going strong.
Nicole Kidman tells mourners at her father's funeral that he was her protector and confidant.
It's a bumper time for women in comedy. Kiwi web-series Flat3 joins Broad City and Girls on screens.
It's been an insane election campaign, and Guy Williams is trying to make sense of it all.
The Blacklist’s first season turned actress Megan Boone’s world upside down.
Stirring things up and annoying people is the point, says Bono in defence of iTunes bomb.
So in the spirit of the election tomorrow, here are some insightful novels about surveillance.
So, what's wrong with hooking up someone in Courtenay Place, asks Sarah Jane Parton. It's still love, isn't it.
It's been a funny ole week - a strange mood hovering. We're getting older all the time.
Hollywood star Michael Fassbender was spotted by fans on the ferry from Wellington to Picton yesterday.
While Boy & Bear have yet to conquer the Kiwi charts, in Australia they're one of the biggest bands of the past few years.
Miley Cyrus is at it again. This time she faces detainment after being spanked with the Mexican flag.
Video killed the radio star, but TV may have been wrongly blamed for movie-going's decline.
Could a Dawson's Creek reunion be happening? Katie Holmes says she's keen.
Ethan Hawke opens up about finding his barbaric yawp with Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society.
In movies opening this weekend, we revisit the Step up dance crew, Sin City and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
It's crime drama, New Zealand-style - tackling crims into bushes and finishing the day with a nice cup of tea.
The new Kiwi series Coverband is pretty close to the real rock star thing.
REVIEW: I'll admit it. The latest Sin City won me over. Hell, you may not like the content, but the style's something else.
The BNZ Literary Awards winners have been announced with a Hawke's Bay winemaker taking the top prize.
Courtney Barnett took to the stage, adopted a Joan Jett-esque hunch and threw out surprisingly heavy riffs.
Arthur Whelan meets the Kiwi wrestler who's turned his sport into an artform.
SANDRA GONZALEZPawnee's most apathetic resident is going to be the voice of the moodiest cat on the Internet.
REVIEW: At The Skeleton Twins best it is terrifically likeable, but at its worst the urge to yell "why should I care?" was overwhelming.
A View To A Kill had it all. Including the baddest Bond villian of all - Max Zorin, Geraint Jones writes.
Four decades after appearing out of nowhere, Joan Armatrading talks about weird lyrics, shyness and privacy.
REVIEW: Although reminiscent of Tom Hanks-Meg Ryan films, this poignant, tender tale certainly possesses its own unique flavour.
REVIEW: The most original, interesting, and inventive film of 2014 so far? It's Locke. Hands down.
REVIEW: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles does everything you could hope for and delivers exactly what the trailer promises.