It all starts with the wig, Matt Damon says. He was conscious that he was 20 years older than Scott Thorson, the young man with fluffy blond hair whose long affair with ’60s showman Liberace is the subject of Behind the Candelabra.
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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
Top this world, J. Quinn Miller has taken the best wedding photo of all time
Dan Brown literary efforts have annoyed a lot of people over the years – historians, Catholics, academics, book critics, conspiracy theorists, the list is endless. So you’d expect his latest novel, Inferno, to come in for a fair amount of flak, especially in light of the threatening legal non-disclosure agreements the critics had to sign before they were allowed to read it
Aerosmith have cancelled a show in Indonesia after authorities there said they had foiled a bomb plot targeting the Myanmar Embassy. Concert promoter Ismaya Live cited safety concerns as the reason for the cancellation, but it wasn’t clear if there was a direct connection to the alleged embassy plot.
Review Doctor Who: Hide Clara Oswald turns Shaggy to Scooby Who himself as the pair investigate a haunting in a Scottish mansion in 1974. Due to some accident with wibbly wobbly timey wimey I didn’t see an email from Wellington screenwriter Neil Cross, sent about 7.45pm about last night’s episode, until 9.28pm when I had just started watching the show an hour after it had started.
US President Barack Obama plays Daniel Day-Lewis playing Obama in a Steven Spielberg spoof follow-up to his film Lincoln. The video sketch was made for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, held on Saturday night in Washington (local time).
The bad boys from Boston, Aerosmith, have touched down to a small but enthusiastic reception at Christchurch international airport. The band, with about seven trolleys of luggage in tow, posed with fans after being welcomed with a spirited powhiri in the arrivals lounge about 7.20pm
Aerosmith will be walking this way next week to perform their first ever concert in New Zealand. And one lucky Stuff reader will get the chance to meet Steve Tyler and Joe Perry at their only show in Dunedin.