"All my life I was only waiting for this moment to arise. Please meet me."
The stones are ready to take shape into works of art.
Porn star turned sports opinion contributor said WWE is not real sport, and she has copped plenty of criticism.
Actress says she was shown "everything" about the LoTR films. Then nothing but silence.
Peter Jackson says Harvey Weinstein "blacklisted" actresses. Weinstein says he had nothing to do with casting.
Weinstein was a "second-rate bully" who smeared Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, says Kiwi director.
After months of trying to decide, the decision to leave Seven Sharp became quite simple.
TUNNEL VISION: The first thing you learn about a knight's templar is that he's more warrior than monk.
"People have asked me why I've been doing stand-up: It's because I wanted to lower my salary and my self-esteem at the same time."
REVIEW: Why Andy Serkis' directorial debut brings a breath of fresh air to a seemingly stale genre.
Why Bria Vinaite, leading lady of the hottest indie movie of the year, hopes it will make people feel more empathy.
Jason Kerrison remembers how One Day almost never was.
Summer’s hottest festivals, gigs and shows are all coming to Wellington. Here’s a selection of the best upcoming events in the capital:
Two decades on, a bunch of celebs rehash The Full Monty for charity.
Taking the Q and A this week is Salmonella Dub frontman Andrew Penman.
The surfer slash model can't resist the allure of lemon meringue.
Independent review of the Royal New Zealand Ballet has been commissioned.
Paul McCartney spent a quick 2-day getaway in Hawke's Bay ahead of his first Auckland show in 20 years.
Mike Hosking and Toni Street didn't have a dry eye between them as they signed off Seven Sharp for the final time after four years working together.
Fans left confused after Sir Peter Jackson announced first trailer for new film 'Mortal Engines' would screen ahead of The Last Jedi.
Actor Robbie Magasiva is encouraging others to help those in need via the City Mission - and by auctioning a picture of himself and a ride on his motorbike for charity.
The Jerry Seinfeld-starring animated film is the only one for UK mum's infant son who thinks it's the bee's knees.
A successful puppet play has led to an enduring interest in theatre.
Potentially the departure of Mike Hosking and Toni Street could mean a chance for TVNZ to make a bold move.
This week's new music is an esoteric mix of offerings.
Cambridge's main claim to musical fame are headlining a festival in March
TVNZ won't deny Hilary's in the frame, nor Campbell or Henry, but won't confirm anything either.
Lani Purkis is rejoining her old band Elemeno P for a classic Kiwi tour.
Public invited to join Prime Minister in selecting what art should be displayed.
Award-winning New Zealand musicians Chelsea Jade Metcalf and Sam McCarthy are making a mark in Los Angeles - writing songs for other people.