Gravity (Warner Brothers, M) I really wanted to agree with Time’s assessment of Gravity. Time called the film, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, “the best movie of the year” before it won seven Oscars
A support group for people with the genetic condition albinism has slammed as offensive the comedy cop movie The Heat for labelling an albino character “snow cone” and “evil”. Shari Parker, secretary of the Albinism Fellowship of Australia, said she felt embarrassed and humiliated by the movie, which stars Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock
Blue Man Group is one of the most popular and oddest left-field theatre experiences to come out of the United States. Every so often the call goes out for new Blue Men.
The entire cast of X-Men thrilled fans at Comic-Con by uniting on stage
Superman is coming back, and he’ll have a caped co-star.
Ryan Gosling’s latest film, Only God Forgives, has deeply divided critics and the Canadian actor concedes that the blood-spattered crime thriller set in Bangkok’s underworld of boxing clubs and brothels may not appeal to everyone. “The film is kind of like a drug,” the former child star who appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club TV show, told reporters ahead of the film’s opening in New Zealand next Thursday.
The story of a 10-year-old Wellington girl searching for her best friend has bagged top prize at the 48Hours Furious Film-Making Challenge. Wellington film-maker Dean Hewison, along with writers Sam Dickson and Richard Falkner – collectively known as Traces of Nut – were crowned grand national champions at the Civic Theatre in Auckland last night for their short film The Sleeping Plot
At 83, choreographer and former ballet dancer Russell Kerr has seen it all.
He wasn’t a singer.
The latest movie from the producers of Notting Hill, Bridget Jones’s Diary and Love Actually is out on DVD now.