The Barden Bella's are back, but this time they've really got to step up their game.
Actor Russell Crowe hints that he may follow Rebel Wilson's lead after a women's magazine printed what he claims are "lies".
Nothing was going to hold Jak back with his absolute roasting of "geriatrics" (anyone over 50).
The directors say if you want to leave, that's OK. It's a natural response to seeing torture.
"If you haven't met Harry Potter, you're in for a treat." So starts one of the first Kiwi reviews of the now famous series.
A newsreader and year 12 student have picked up main roles in the Maori Moana.
Kiwi movie buffs will now be able to enjoy the pick of Cannes at the New Zealand International Film Festival.
When was the last time you went to the theatre in Stratford or Opunake?
REVIEW: Everything you have always loved about this franchise is present and correct in Despicable Me 3.
Lorde is the first New Zealander to top the Hot 200 Album Chart.
REVIEW: Joan Collins' new film is packed to the gunwales with EastEnders-esque narrative "twists" and now predictable cinematic "senior moments".
The latest contestant to leave says she couldn't handle it any more: "Everybody hated me."
Some New Zealanders are making six-figure salaries just by writing about rippling muscles and ferocious heroines.
Andy may have not been the first owner of Woody.
Move over Lorde, the real star of Glastonbury was Bee Gees legend, Barry Gibb.
Court documents call the actor 'extremely volatile', and say he kicked his ex-wife in the head.
The radio veterans get new Saturday morning show, with a mandate to "do what they want".
OPINION: Star Trek fans anger at remake's diversity proves they don't understand Star Trek
REVIEW: Very much an ensemble piece, Black Grace's As Night Falls is danced superbly by all.
How the star of Ray helped define the shape of Ed's career.