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Daniel’s passion for film, gaming, TV and music has led him to the role of 3 News online entertainment editor and a regular entertainment news slot on Firstline. He has interviewed the likes of Sir Peter Jackson, Metallica, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Uhh Yeah Dude, Megadeth, Jody Hill, Sam Raimi, Nicolas Winding Refn and Zack Snyder and reported from movie sets and videogame expos around the world.
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A look forward to the upcoming Dead Lands and a look back at the classic Utu.
Spending nearly two hours with Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki is an absolute delight.
An intense, interesting take on the serial killer genre, Killers is a brutal film that's surprisingly smart.
A unique sci-fi film that's extremely sexy and equally as creepy, Scarlett Johansson is absolutely mesmerising.
Ricky Martin and Bill Bailey have announced NZ shows while Steven Spielberg is at the centre of a bizarre online controversy.
Shinji Mikami, the father of survival horror, talks at length about his latest terror: The Evil Within.
Popping on Sony's virtual reality unit and getting freaked out by sharks with it is a lot of fun.
Peter Jackson's splatter comedy classic Braindead is to be celebrated as part of the NZ film festival.
Titanfall game director Steve Fukuda discusses the first-person shooter genre, offline modes and more.
Daniel Rutledge on Cher's campaign against SeaWorld, the American remake of Audition and Brad Pitt's new WWII film.
Internet Party's 'Party Party' kicks off in Auckland
Film festival highlights Kiwi talent
The cost of not writing a will
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
Peters accuses EQC whistleblower of fraud
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