Kit Harington reveals all any Game of Thrones actor wants is a good death.
The British hunk plays Jon Show in the hit fantasy drama, based on the epic novels by George R. R. Martin.
The show has an extensive cast list, which also means a high turnover of actors as the characters are killed off in quick succession thanks to the many battle scenes. While
The voting is over and it’s official: Led Zeppelin’s 1969 Continue reading
Forget wardrobe malfunctions or fashion faux pas on the red carpet because being drunk or high trumps everything at an awards show, as illustrated by comedian Sarah Silverman at the Emmys. While Julia Roberts in her Elie Saab mini dress and Julia Louis-Dreyfus decked out in Carolina Herrera looked stunning, Silverman was stoned, or at least appeared to be. Continue reading
Swapping the theatre-stage for the backroom, Sam Brooks’ latest play, Wine Lips, kicks off tonight. Set in Auckland’s The Basement’s Green Room, Wine Lips explores the less-than-glamourous beast that lives beyond the bright lights on stage. Continue reading
From the moment he took the stage, rookie Emmy Awards host Seth Meyers was all about playing it safe. Continue reading
Modern Family won a record-tying fifth best comedy series Emmy Award and a dominant Breaking Bad captured the top drama award and a trio of acting honours in today’s ceremony, which took a sombre turn as Robin Williams was remembered with restraint and grace by his longtime friend, Billy Crystal. “He made us laugh. Continue reading
An Auckland hip-hop crew slammed for releasing Continue reading
Television’s biggest celebration, the Emmys 2014, is upon us. Continue reading
Filmmaker Alister Barry will give Hamilton audiences a personal introduction to his new documentary Hot Air, at the International Film Festival on Thursday. The 92-minute long film tells the story of the politics of climate change in New Zealand since 1988, when it first became a serious political issue, until 2008 when the Emissions Trading Scheme was passed into law Continue reading
Wellington writer Neil Cross has missed out on an Emmy award. Continue reading