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X-Men filmmaker Bryan Singer will reportedly raise his baby with its mother.
Air New Zealand has unveiled the last of its big-budget Hobbit-themed inflight safety videos.
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.
The producers of Julianne Moore and Ellen Page's new civil rights drama Freeheld were left scrambling for a new location after officials at Salesian High School in New York refused to let them shoot there due to the film's "subject matter".
Enid Blyton's Magic Faraway Tree books are being brought to the big screen by Sam Mendes' production company.
The full track listing for Lorde's Hunger Games soundtrack has been announced and includes Kanye West, Grace Jones and Bat For Lashes.
Actress Kristen Stewart is to take a break from the movie industry to concentrate on her new passion for art.
Budding horror filmmakers are being given the chance to work with Eli Roth by scaring a panel including Quentin Tarantino in just six seconds.
The second track from Lorde's Hunger Games soundtrack has dropped, a collaboration between the Kiwi teen, The Chemical Brothers and Miguel.
Brad Pitt gave a World War Two veteran the red carpet treatment by inviting the war hero to be his guest at the premiere of his new movie Fury in London.
Disney has announced Moana, an upcoming animated film in which a Polynesian princess teams up with demi-god Maui.
Studio bosses are hoping to revive dog drama Marley & Me in a small screen sequel.
Sir Ian Mckellen delighted a group of young students by giving a rousing speech as Gandalf to encourage them to revise for exams.
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