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Thirty years ago in Back to the Future Part II, Marty McFly and Doc Brown thundered off in their DeLorean car in search of the future. They arrived today – October 21, 2015.
If WOMAD fans were looking for an eclectic set of artists for next year's festival, they won't be disappointed.
Next year's New Zealand Festival is hosting jazz icons, indie rockers, opera singers and some Flying Nun legends.
The latest and final trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has just been unleashed online and is currently melting down the internet.
Eddie Murphy has roasted comedian Bill Cosby in his first stand-up set since 1987, just moments after winning a humour award in Washington.
An exciting evolution for both the Lego brand and the toys-to-life genre, albeit a frightfully expensive one.
Daniel Craig's James Bond is seen in multiple big action set-pieces in the final trailer for Spectre.
Kate Rodger interviews Hugh Jackman about his new movie, Pan.
Black Mass is by no means the quintessential gangster movie, but it is a really good watch.
Make no mistake, this can be a hard watch at times, and for some, it might just be a little too hard.
An artist in the UK has taken an unusual medium to the famous nativity scene.
It's the end of an era for the man who made famous the saying "the cream, the bone, the white, the off-white, the ivory and the beige".
Pop sensation Taylor Swift caused a stir in New Zealand this week with her surprise visit to film a music video.
There have been sightings of a woman looking suspiciously like Taylor Swift in Queenstown, where it's believed the star is filming her latest music video.
The vandalism of a Wellington art sculpture commemorating the centenary of World War I at the weekend has been likened to "breaking up a graveyard".
Elton John wowed close to 30,000 fans at Wellington's packed-out Westpac Stadium last night with a song dedicated to Jonah Lomu.
US rock group Pearl Jam has donated proceeds from a concert in Brazil to victims of a toxic mining spill that killed 12 people.
Global fans of Star Wars are rejoicing, with the All Nippon Airway's (ANA) Star Wars themed jet beginning its international flight schedules today.
Mediaworks wants advertising restrictions to be scrapped, describing them as a burden on free to air television.
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