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Told with a ferocious and unrelenting energy, this story keeps you guessing all the way through to its breath-taking grand finale.
Meryl Streep shows off her singing pipes in the new featurette for Into the Woods.
Zack Galifianakis asks Brad Pitt offensive questions about Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and his acting talents in the latest Between Two Ferns.
Daniel Rutledge reviews World War II action of Fury and intense musical drama Whiplash on Firstline.
Christian Bale will play Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic written by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network).
Richard Linklater's Boyhood has landed four nominations for the 2014 Gotham Independent Film Awards including Best Film.
Keanu Reeves has revealed he wanted to play Wolverine and Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight in the past.
"I find it difficult to complain, given how much success I've had. To moan about the fact comedies don't get nominated for awards seems a little trivial to me."
Taylor Swift agreed on her new apartment when she saw Gandalf sitting "in his pyjamas" in the kitchen.
Part of the powhiri and interviews with Toa Fraser, James Rolleston and Xavier Horan at the NZ premiere of The Dead Lands.
The first trailer for Avengers 2: Age of Ultron showcases new villain Ultron as well as the Iron Man Hulkbuster suit.
X-Men filmmaker Bryan Singer will reportedly raise his baby with its mother.
Director/producer Sam Mendes is bringing British author Enid Blyton's The Faraway Tree children's book series to cinemas.
Goodfellas star Frank Sivero is suing the creators of The Simpsons over allegations they ripped off his onscreen persona for their wiseguy character Louie.
Starring James Rolleston and Lawrence Makoare - the epic story portrays tribal warfare before any sign of Europeans in New Zealand.
The New Zealand premiere of Toa Fraser's new film The Dead Lands is being held in south Auckland tonight.
Kate Rodger's full, uncut interview with The Dead Lands star Te Kohe Tuhaka.
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