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Director Danny Boyle has found a new home for his Steve Jobs biopic at Universal Pictures after the project was dropped by Sony.
The trained raptors made my heart leap for joy because it felt iconic, daring and wonderful.
Critically acclaimed, Michael Keaton-starring Birdman will lead the way at the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards after landing six nominations.
Chris Pratt rides with the raptors to a rework of John Williams' classic score in the first full trailer for Jurassic World.
Police in Britain have arrested two men on suspicion of leaking the third instalment in Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables franchise a month before its release.
Shia LaBeouf has won approval from a judge in New York City after the actor showed he is abiding by a court-ordered six-month alcohol rehab program.
The painted upright piano that adorned Rick's Cafe in Casablanca fetched US$3.4 million at auction after a frenzied sale in New York.
Oscar-winning New Zealand filmmaker Sir Peter Jackson is saying goodbye to Middle-earth, but he'll always have a place in Hollywood.
Christian Bale suffers unbearable pangs of jealousy after handing over his movie superhero role as Batman to Ben Affleck.
A new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight offers more of a look at why the Dark Knight investigates Ace Chemicals in the game.
New Zealand Film Commission chief executive Dave Gibson says "hold onto your hats, because next year is going to be a big one" for the local industry.
Billy Boyd struggled to find the right words to bid a fond farewell to Middle-earth as wrote the end credits song of Peter Jackson's final Middle-earth film.
Actor Oscar Isaac is set to bulk up and play it bad after landing the villainous role of Apocalypse in the next X-Men movie.
The way geckos climb has inspired researchers to create a device that allows a 70kg man to scale a wall like Spider-Man.
Daniel Craig is heading to Italy to film key scenes for the next instalment of the James Bond franchise in Rome next year, according to local reports.
The finalists for the 2014 Rialto New Zealand Film Awards have been announced and are dominated by The Dead Lands and The Dark Horse.
Recently released Grand Theft Auto V, which contains graphic sex scenes and violence toward women, has prompted The Warehouse to pull its R18 games and DVDs.
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