Entertainment writer, NZ Herald
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You'll have all the feels playing David Cage's latest interactive video game.
When aliens are attacking the earth, what's your first line of defence? These cute things.
A new trailer for Star Wars spinoff movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dropped over the weekend and it looks great. Here are five things we're pumped about.
Ahead of her show tonight some of Melanie Martinez's dedicated fans have gone the extra mile to get to the front of the stage at the Powerstation.
Ariana Grande's new album, Dangerous Women, is a step up with its gritty, R&B sound with a dance-pop twist.
Crowds gathered at the Sydney Opera House this weekend to see Justin Vernon bring Bon Iver back to the stage.
After 15 seasons, American Idol is coming to an end. Here are the best and worst contestants from the show.
Death Cab For Cutie have been around the block since the 90s and yet this is only the band's second time performing in New Zealand and their first time in Auckland - needless to say, their long time fans were delighted to finally be seeing them.
Peter Jackson's Facebook video hinted that he'd helm an episode of Doctor Who. What else did we learn? Rachel Bache takes a closer look.
Taylor Swift is here, but her New Zealand visit doesn't include a concert. This makes Rachel Bache mad.
It can feel like the well of content on New Zealand's Netflix service doesn't go that deep. Rachel Bache compares what we have with what we're missing out on.
Martin Henderson has come a long way since his days as Stuart Neilson on New Zealand's national soap, Shortland Street in 1992.
Luke Dubber and Angus Stuart make up Australian electronic duo Hermitude, who are heading to New Zealand to tour Dunedin, Wellington and Auckland this July.