Watch 6PM Bulletin
Sat 9:30am / Sun 10am
A powerful, timely documentary about the militarisation of police in America and one man's campaign for justice.
Boxer-turned-actor Victor Ortiz was reportedly arrested for an alleged assault with a deadly weapon during a Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean show in California over the weekend.
A memorable and thought-provoking watch driven home by the excellent performances of Binoche and Stewart.
Bill Pullman and Woody Harrelson will star in in director Rob Reiner's upcoming biopic of former US President Lyndon B Johnson.
Funnyman Kevin 'Silent Bob' Smith will perform live in Auckland this September.
Beyond The Lights director Gina Prince-Bythewood wishes she never asked Rita Ora to sing the film's main track after the pop star failed to promote it.
Veteran filmmaker Woody Allen has praised funny woman Amy Schumer by suggesting her comedic skills are much better than his.
Ashley Tisdale and Corbin Bleu reunited with their former High School Musical co-stars to support their director's new movie Descendants at its Los Angeles premiere.
TV prankster Steve-O has split from British singer Stacey Solomon after just seven months.
Man of Steel star Henry Cavill has denied reports he is due to star in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey sequel.
A hellishly creepy, dark and twisted family thriller from Austria that worked nicely as a festival Sunday night horror.
A motorcycle ridden by Chris Pratt in dinosaur movie Jurassic World has been put up for auction, with the proceeds going to charity.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson has added her support to the push for new gun laws in the United States after a horrific shooting at a Lafayette, Louisiana movie theatre.
A musical adaptation of American Psycho is heading to Broadway with actor Benjamin Walker in the lead role.
British actor Simon Pegg turned down a role in hit fantasy series Game of Thrones because he does not want to ruin the magic by appearing in his favourite show.
NRL Footy Show funnyman Beau Ryan has touched down in Wellington to promote the upcoming Warriors v Dragons match at Westpac Stadium.
Actress Gina Gershon fired her talent agents back early on in her career after they refused to let her take on a role as a lesbian ex-con in the then-unknown Wachowskis' mobster movie Bound.
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