There’s something odd, possibly even uncomfortable, about seeing former child stars all grown up and sexing it up for the cameras. Mackenzie Rosman, who played little Ruthie in 7th Heaven, has decided at the age of 23 that it’s high time she stripped down to her bra and pants for Maxim magazine in the US.
Former King of Queens star Leah Remini has publicly revealed why she left the Church of Scientology.
Do we need another WikiLeaks film That is the question that the first trailer for
Boston’s mayor has written an angry letter to Rolling Stone magazine slamming it for putting marathon bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover, as some US stores refuse to stock the music rag.
Cory Monteith’s father is said to be “devastated” after the actor’s body was cremated without his knowledge.
Oscar-winner Sam Mendes has confirmed he will direct the next James Bond film, following the critical and commercial success of his first 007 instalment Skyfall. Daniel Craig is contracted to make two more movies as the British spy, with producer Barbara Broccoli telling Fairfax she hopes it is more
Talk about talking heads. Oscar’s Guide to the Chinese Zodiac, TV3’s Inside New Zealand documentary which went to air on Wednesday at 9.30pm, had so many Kiwi celebrities and New Zealand notorieties in it, it was distracting viewing and hard to absorb the information
Tragedy has struck Pierce Brosnan for a second time.
Bert and Ernie. Gay Many always suspected, but no one ever knew for sure
Top Gear’s adventures in New Zealand feature when the popular car show returns to British screens on Sunday (local time) for its 20th series. “The motoring magazine returns with the action kicking off in New Zealand, as Jeremy Clarkson and James May race a car against a boat in a nail-biting battle up the beautiful coastline to the very tip of the North Island,” BBC promotional material says