The entertainment world has provided a parade of bad-ass women and it's time to pay tribute to some of her headstrong forerunners.
REVIEW: The Royal New Zealand Ballet's Salute is a parade of four impressive works.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are way too busy for the Full House reboot. So they say.
A new film from Orson Welles, 30 years after his death, it's not out of the question.
Selena Gomez has reportedly approached Kris Jenner about making a reality show together.
With a nod to Eastwood, Fassbender goes West in Slow West.
REVIEW: The Odd Couple and Mapp & Lucia pale in comparison to their predecessors.
Game Changer docudrama starring Dan Radcliffe allegedly using Grand Theft Auto trademarks without permission.
John Campbell's going to take a month off to read books and watch the Hurricanes, his parents say.
It just got a whole lot easier to use up the "Z" tile in Scrabble.
Antonia Prebble has gone from child star to glam grandmother.
OPINION: David Letterman's exit from TV heralds the end of him being permitted to demean, humiliate and mock his young female guests.
More changes to come for TV3's current affairs division.
Cate Blanchett gave her mother advanced warning about her lesbian sex scene in the film Carol.
First Harry Potter lost his robe and now Neville Longbottom has stripped off, and JK Rowling was shocked to see him wearing nothing but underpants.
Flavor Flav was arrested in Vegas on allegations of driving under the influence, speeding, possessing marijuana and having an open container of alcohol.
Crying for John Campbell during news was "utterly unprofessional", former MP Michael Laws says.
Beyonce fans are outraged at the singer's wasteful actions her latest music video.
Scoundrels and sex scenes: the Wests are back.
OPINION: John Campbell might seem indispensable, but we'll forget him within days. Everyone, especially in the media, is expendable.
OPINION: This is dedicated to those of you who are cheering about the demise of Campbell Live.
Are Christchurch cinemagoers ready to see a blockbuster movie about a devastating earthquake?
Ex-Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson cagey over his plans in his first interview since being fired by the BBC.
When 37-year-old Maggie Gyllenhaal is "too old" for a role, you can understand why actresses like Rebel Wilson are reluctant to reveal their age.
Alanis Morissette thinks there is a "timelessness" to her album Jagged Little Pill.
"I'm not a girl trying to be a star. I'm just a girl that sings," Amy Winehouse says in the documentary about her life.
An interview in Elle magazine has Taylor Swift being candid as ever with some more beautiful life advice.
Fieldays and 7 Days are coming together in a special live show promising "wit sharper than a barbwire fence".
The Rolling Stones just played Sticky Fingers in its entirety - making one music fan (and probably more) very happy.
John Campbell's future could be back at Radio New Zealand, say media commentators
To mark NZ Music Month, Wellington-based indie-pop band Towers will cover well-known Kiwi songs.
John Campbell thanks fans after news that he's quitting his TV3 current affairs show.
The king of US late-night TV has closed the book on The Late Show with an all-star guestlist and his trademark sarcastic comedy.
Rebel Wilson is reportedly dating comedian and actor Mickey Gooch Jr.
OPINION: With cynical timing MediaWorks lowered the boom, effectively giving John Campbell his marching orders at the same time Budget came out.
Supporters of John Campbell have reacted with sadness and anger to the news he will not continue as the host of TV3's current affairs show.
Gary Clifford Dennis Brain, conductor and timpanist: b Palmerston North, August 12, 1943; m June Byng (diss), 1s, 1d; d Paris, France, April 20, 2015, aged 71.
OPINION: So where to from here for Campbell Live? And what next for John Campbell?
Sam Raimi revisits suburbia, Melissa McCarthy spoofs Bond and Michael Fassbender takes a trip to the Mackenzie Country.
REVIEW: A new book about the oppression of women in the Arab world is brave and disquieting.
Johnny Depp's publicist has denied he's heading back to the United States to save his marriage to Amber Heard.
In the battle of celebrity versus chair, Bill Murray is the biggest loser. And he blames David Letterman.
New Zealand author Graeme Lay reveals his favourite books.
From Brighton to Barcelona and beyond, here are the best music festivals for this European summer.
Book reviews from overseas and New Zealand.
Composer Gareth Farr talks about his favourite spots in the capital.
REVIEW: Alabama Shakes break new ground with Sound & Color.
A wannabe Romeo was left red-faced in Graham Norton's red chair after he got dumped by his date - literally.
There's a fine line between madness and genius - and some television programmes seem to be able to walk that line pretty well.
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has today announced a solo acoustic tour in November, playing Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland.