Stormtroopers, anime characters and zombies are among the weird and wonderful characters celebrating Christchurch’s Armageddon Expo this weekend. The annual two-day event attracted 7,000 science fiction and fantasy fans, many dressed up as their favourite characters from cartoons, television and movies.
One of the early scenes of the documentary Where Is The Frontline From Here is a case of life imitating art. We see the scene through the video lens of photojournalist Tim Hetherington, starting with the dashboard of a 4WD, a grenade in the cup holder and the sound of the Bee Gees’ How Deep Is Your Love softly playing on the car stereo.
We all know he can leap tall buildings in a single bound and bend steel in his bare hands.
Jay-Z says Billboard’s music charts are “irrelevant” to him because the company isn’t keeping up with the “changing times”.
One of the Australian “royal prank” DJs is suing her radio station for failing to provide a safe workplace over the hoax last year that lead to a woman’s death. Mel Greig – who has been off the air since British nurse Jacintha Saldanha killed herself in December – has filed a claim against 2Day FM.
Kanye West says it was “heartbreaking” to discover his latest music video had been leaked. An unfinished clip for Kanye’s new single Black Skinhead shot with fashion photographer Nick Knight was released online Monday without the pair’s permission
The X Factor’s flamboyant judge Daniel Bedingfield is out to show that he has more to give than fancy pants and harsh comments. The New Zealand born, British raised, singer earned a Brit Award, scored six UK Top 10 singles and sold four million album from 2001 to 2004, now almost a decade later he’s back with a seven track EP
The Prancercise Lady has teamed up with musician
Kanye West just gave the New York Times a lesson in art, culture and music. Yes, that Kanye West