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Almost two decades on from the deaths of Kiwi mountaineers Rob Hall and Andy Harris on the world's highest peak, a Hollywood film telling their story is set for release.
The first image has been revealed of Michael Fassbender as the assassin Aguilar in the upcoming Assassin's Creed film.
We Are Your Friends sees Zac Efron as an aspiring DJ/producer in the hedonistic and tacky Los Angeles EDM scene.
Daniel Craig fears his days of finding new pubs and bars to drink in between movie shoots are numbered because he's too famous.
Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett is set to be honoured with the prestigious British Film Institute (BFI) Fellowship at the London Film Festival in October.
Joaquin Phoenix is re-teaming with director M Night Shyamalan for a third thriller collaboration.
Movie mogul Brian Grazer passed on the chance to make hit film Foxcatcher after the project was pitched to him a decade ago while he was relieving himself behind a bush in the Amazon.
Christian Bale acts because it's the only thing he's good at.
Birdman star Michael Keaton has won a long-running legal battle over his 2008 directorial debut The Merry Gentleman after an appeals court judge ruled he cannot be held responsible for the flop.
Rapper Eminem once turned down an US$8 million movie offer because the script was not gritty enough.
Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Pitbull are among the artists who have contributed to music mogul Tommy Mottola's new documentary about the cultural importance of Latin music in America.
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan has opened a new debate about the sexuality of the superspy character by insisting long-time James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli would never allow the well-suited action man to be gay.
Bruce Willis has dropped out of Woody Allen's upcoming film to focus on his Broadway debut.
Leonardo DiCaprio's new film The Revenant and Jennifer Lawrence's Joy have emerged as frontrunners for the Best Picture Oscar in the latest odds released by awards show website GoldDerby.com.
Fear the Walking Dead, the Walking Dead spin-off that stars Kiwi actor Cliff Curtis, has made television history with its series premiere.
O'shea Jackson Jr and Jason Mitchell showed their respect for three Americans who foiled a bloody massacre on a train in France last week by inviting them to the Paris premiere of their movie Straight Outta Compton.
Suicide Squad stars Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney added some Hollywood glamour to a 5-year-old's charity campaign to help her sick brother in Canada over the weekend.
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