An adolescence spent playing spacies inspired the directorial debut of a famous New Zealand face. Oscar Kightley’s first short film Tom’s Dairy is one of six finalists in the New Zealand International Film Festival beginning on Thursday
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
Hugh Jackman has taken a wrecking ball to rumours that he is gay, after admitting that he is ”frustrated” by the constant speculation over his sexuality. The actor told Australia’s Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes on Sunday night that if he was gay, he would not make a secret of it
It’s the actor’s worst nightmare. The lights go up.They walk on stage.
Sir Peter Jackson has probably made a pair of Hobbit fans who filmed their frenzied reactions to the new trailer even more excited. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug teaser trailer was released yesterday, and one of the girls watching it had to bite down on a piece of tissue to stop herself from screaming
Bobby Womack The Civic, The Edge, Auckland Saturday, May 18 Dressed in a red (what looked like) vinyl suit, and cap, when Bobby Womack took the stage he could easily be mistaken for any modern day pop star.
Lindsay Lohan allegedly dashed from rehab just minutes after stepping foot into the facility.
Internet troll group, Facebeef, has made a public mockery of Australian news program Today Tonight after convincing the show to run a bogus cyber bullying story as its lead expose. A member of the group, whose real surname is reportedly Vanmidde, went on the show as “Jasmine Frost”, told the show that she had been targetted by Tristan Barker, who had emailed her pictures of male genitalia
In the cauldron of Middle East politics, the unlikely alliance between Turkey and Israel often stood out. Seemingly impervious to Arab opposition and the tracts of disputed land lying between them, the two countries had over the past decade traded intelligence, struck billion-dollar arms deals and hosted each other’s militaries for training sessions
President Barack Obama said he’s “surprised and deeply humbled” to receive the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize and will travel to Norway in December to accept the honor.