TV & movies
Nothing you have seen Matthew McConaughey in thus far will prepare you for his work in Dallas Buyers Club.
Jennie Garth is "thrilled" to work with 90210 co-star Tori Spelling again.
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What's better than a makeover show? A 12-month follow-up to see how many of the changes actually stuck.
Make way Kate and William, there's only one royal couple as far as Kiwis are concerned.
Ever wondered what happened to the child actors from Slumdog Millionaire? Here they are five years later.
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Round, blank boyish face. Dead eyes. You see him and you just don't trust the guy.
Hobbiton became the scene of true love when the US TV series, The Bachelor, filmed there.
Inspiration for House of Cards, the satire about political intrigue and corruption can be traced back to Shakespeare.
Rarely, in television, does a goodbye take this long.
Offspring is back and I'm not sure if I can bear it. That's actually evidence of how good it is.
REVIEW: Tense, romantic and perfectly pitched, this simple tale is high quality drama.
REVIEW: This recreation of the wrangles between Walt Disney and Mary Poppins author PL Travers is a real crowd-pleasing entertainer.
Masterchef NZ is back with a whole new format. But will it be a winning recipe for the top-rating TV show?
See which film has been voted the best New Zealand movie of all time.
Long-suffering Louisa from Doc Martin finally got to wear a wedding gown, but missed out on her threshold moment.
Journalist Samantha Hayes will join current affairs show 3rd Degree as co-host when it returns to TV3.
The girls of Girls are worse than ever, and the show is funnier than ever.
Actress Malin Akerman always said she wouldn't play a trophy wife. So what made her change her mind?
REVIEW: Nurse is one of those documentary series that leave you marvelling at the goodness of some people.
Is a Disney-produced movie too hard on Mary Poppins author PL Travers and too easy on Walt Disney?
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