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The Beatles' forthcoming film Get Back will feature footage from the 1970 Let It Be.
Rachel McAdams was begged to star in a massive film. But the actress wouldn't budge.
The Muslim Association of Canterbury has announced it will work to help film producers.
'In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short. I'm truly sorry,' he wrote.
In a rare interview, Biel candidly spoke about welcoming her second child into the world.
A new documentary on Valerie Taylor who was a passionate marine conservationist.
Her comments come after the film announcement sparked calls for the movie to be shut down.
Rose Byrne revealed she is “excited” to play Jacinda Ardern in the upcoming film about the March 15 mosque attacks. Video / AP
The Turner & Hooch star died of cardiac complications in Los Angeles.
A quick look at four of the best things to watch this week.
Film-maker and photographer travelled to NZ's third-largest island, Stewart Island.
The reporting that broke the Harvey Weinstein scandal gets the Hollywood treatment.
The third instalment in the popular horror franchise gets a devilish twist.
Margot Robbie shot to fame after an unscripted brain snap saw her score the role.
Times: Can older films survive in a system engineered to endlessly flog the new?
New York Times: Kate Winslet is back on the sides of buses. Without airbrushing.
The sequel to the surprise horror hit is just as tense, but is it as good?
"But no one mentioned I actually had to make out with Britney," Martin Henderson said.
"Cruella is inarguably the most famous Disney character who loves cigarettes."
The actress praised how "absolutely fantastic" the royal was at her investiture ceremony.