5:35 PM The actress wishes husband Ryan Reynolds a happy birthday by sharing a rather unusual photo.
4:46 PM Mean Girls and a concentration camp visit helped prepare Thomasin McKenzie to play a Jewish girl in Nazi Germany.
Marvel star says he'd give anything to land a role in a galaxy far, far away.
The British girl group were supposed to play at Auckland's Spark Arena in December.
Jennifer Aniston and QEII are back, while live-action Star Wars is coming to a small screen near you.
It's been a week full of frosting for Lala Kent. After her future stepdaughters, London and Rylee, treated her to the sweetest cake, the Vanderpump Rules singer bit into another one as she feted a major accomplishment.
The Cry Pretty songstress and The Fighter crooner are just some of the biggest names that will take the legendary stage next month.
“Good as Hell” singer fires back after producers take issue with an unforgettable lyric.
The actor and his four-legged friend attended a special screening of the film in New York on Tuesday. The film hits Disney+ November 12.
She accuses the defendants of hiring spies, attempted theft and more.
The actresses opened up in a discussion and got really honest about their younger selves.
The radio host says her secret love is finally coming to New Zealand - and she's taking him on a roadie.
If anyone could make money off an awkward lullaby, it would be this 22-year-old billionaire.
5:44 PM What's more? The photographer is also asking for all of the profits the model made off of his work.
5:16 PM The actress hilariously poked fun at her former co-star on social media.
Comedy has its pitfalls where portraying World War II is concerned, says a film historian, but drama isn't safe either.
Two decades after conquering Mt Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary embarked on one of his most dangerous expeditions ever.
The final trailer has been released - and promises an epic end to the original saga.
Amazon's billion dollar Lord of the Rings TV series has cast a potential villain.
The drum and bass icon will perform with MC Tonn Piper at this year's Northern Bass festival.
Get your Six60 tickets fast, they're almost sold out.
The argument comes over just one line of the song - one that's become synonymous with Lizzo.
The set list includes The Hollies' The Air That I Breathe and He Ain't Heavy.
More challenges, more fun - the baking programme's ready to rise to the reality challenge.
Preston and Mehigan quit MasterChef amid rumours of a money row, and now they're back.
More than 100 staff from Breakfast to 6pm and Seven Sharp are working in a make-shift newsroom at Spark headquarters.
Your chance to win Ailo's Journey prize pack and a Candylocks doll.
The block based building game has seen a massive upswing in users - more than a decade after it launched.
"There's a giant war occurring and you can go fishing in the middle of it. I thought it was weird but when you do it, it was quite enjoyable."
Fortnite's not as good as it used to be, says teen fan Alex Linklater.
It's the latest "Simpsons did it first" theory.
By the time she was 16, Bex Lipp attempted to take her own life and fell in to a crisis.
Author didn't want her child to hear about the handsome prince who rescues a damsel in distress.
Writing a novel isn't the hard part - trying to get someone to publish it is.
OPINION: After March 15, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's domestic popularity skyrocketed. But recent polls suggest her star is falling. Why?
Michael Smither's Sea Wall and Kingfisher 1967 has sold for $342k. The previous record for a living artist was $290k for a Bill Hammond work.
A little known portrait of Captain James Cook will be auctioned in London next week.
Ngā Hau e Whā gives its members a chance to connect and share Māori culture in Asia.
The weird and wonderful will be on show in Hamilton's annual celebration of small-scale artistic endeavour.
Monster Songs a great outing - especially for musical theatre geeks
Stripped back - no scenery, props or mime - Cock mimics the real-life rhythm of daily interactions and fights between people who love each other.
Wellington's arts community has performed well in adapting to the loss of two of its best and biggest venues.
Wellington is home to the majority of the country's biggest artistic organisations but keeping them here takes time, effort and, most importantly, money.