A Christchurch film critic is more flattered than outraged after Quentin Tarantino’s girlfriend appeared to plagiarise his work. But he says an apology would be “nice”.
The moment that had a nation holding their breath is set for the small screen, with a television movie based on Stephen Donald’s World Cup clinching kicked approved for NZ On Air funding. It was revealed in February that NZ On Air were considering funding the project, which will be produced by Great Southern Television.
Movie-goers will have to pay a premium to see big budget films like Iron Man, Steven Spielberg predicts. But smaller budget movies like his Oscar-winning drama Lincoln will cost audiences a fraction of the price
Queenstown’s national and international marketing body has no worries about being represented negatively by the dark material of Jane Campion’s mini-series Top Of The Lake, which is currently airing worldwide.
Strong displays of national pride don’t come naturally for many of us.
Nicki Minaj has revealed that filming sex scenes with Lil Wayne was “weird.” The star admits shooting the steamy music video for High School felt strange as she views the rapper as more of a “brother.” The video sees Minaj play a drug lord’s girlfriend who attempts to steal Lil Wayne’s character’s valuable jewels. Before the heist unfurls, Minaj and Wayne get intimate on camera
What a juxtaposition on Easter Monday: The programme widely derided as the end of public service broadcasting as we know it stages a sentimental farewell to an emblem of the golden age of old-fashioned quality television.
Greg Johnson has been cooking up a feast. The Santa Monica-based Kiwi songwriter kicked off his Table For Six Tour in Auckland on Friday with six of his favourite musicians – Jan Hellriegel, Ben King, Lisa Crawley, Kurt Shanks, Wayne Bell and Mark Hughes.
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