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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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Two of the biggest hard rock bands of the late '80s and early '90s made Kiwi bogans very happy last night.
Despite reports yesterday, it appears rock band AC/DC is not calling it quits after all.
The Grand Budapest Hotel music supervisor Randall Poster discusses the film, Lorde and what makes a good soundtrack.
If you described a movie to me as Starship Troopers meets Groundhog Day, I'd be pretty damn excited.
A review of the latest Game of Thrones, an adorable viral video and circus news from Daniel Rutledge on Firstline.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was rightfully honoured this week, while Adam Sandler also bafflingly won another award.
For action movie fans, it doesn't any better than Gareth Evans' sequel to his 2011 cult hit The Raid.
Daniel Rutledge reviews Darren Aronofsky's Noah on Firstline.
Filmmaker Gareth Evans on the broader story, more brutal violence and soundtrack of The Raid 2.
Lady Gaga has released her latest video this week and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is doing a birdsong-inspired concert.
Comedian Tim Fitzhigham on his many talents
Are bums on buses inappropriate?
Saturated fat's benefits under scrutiny
Puller: ACC abused claimants' rights
Environmentalist sets fire to island lodge
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