Watch an interview with a Kiwi musician who caught the eye of pop-megastar Taylor Swift after doing a cover of her huge hit 'Shake it Off'.
Sir Elton John has married his partner David Furnish and broadcast their big day to the world via social media.
A Kiwi musician has caught the eye of pop-megastar Taylor Swift after he did a cover of her huge hit 'Shake it Off'.
Madonna has released six new songs early after being upset that incomplete versions had leaked onto the internet.
These two veteran actors occupy their characters with such a gentle familiarity, their love story so genuine it was impossible for me not to fall in love with them both.
On the Paul Henry Show, Tipene performs his latest single 'A Good Man' live at the Federal Deli.
Universities are all preparing students for high-flying careers, but Otago University has acknowledged the fun side of student life in its Christmas video message.
It's been a bumper year for Kiwi and Hollywood films, with releases like Housebound, The Dead Lands and Interstellar thrilling audiences.
Enjoy this collection of some of the year's most memorable moments on Firstline, as well as a few we'd like to forget.
Event Cinemas NZ is "in conversation" over showing comedy The Interview here after its dumping by US cinemas in the wake of terror threats.
Online entertainment editor Daniel Rutledge has named The Raid 2 as his favourite film of 2014.
US officials have spoken out to calm fears of terrorist attacks at cinemas showing The Interview, insisting there is "no credible intelligence" to suggest a plot is underway.
British rockers Jethro Tull are in the country for five shows - frontman Ian Anderson speaks about how thrilled he is to be in New Zealand.
Sol3 Mio beat Lorde to top the official New Zealand album chart of 2014, according to data collection agency RadioScope.
Fans of hit animated film Frozen just can't seem to let it go, and now its co-director has apologised for its ridiculously catchy anthem.
From Lorde to Shia to Eminem, David Farrier and Daniel Rutledge discuss the best entertainment news stories of 2014 on Firstline.
Two politically divided brothers received an unusual call from a viewer on a US political talk show.
When 24-year-old Rachael Williams woke up six months ago with a sore knee, arthritis didn't even cross her mind.
Taken 3 actor Liam Neeson has teamed up with Washington Wizards star John Wall to create a fantastic advert for the NBA games on Christmas Day.
Taylor Swift's 25th birthday started with Aretha Franklin serenading her with a rendition of 'Happy Birthday'.
A Dutchman's plan to propose to his girlfriend has ended with a crane smashing through the roof of one house and forcing the evacuation of two others.
Three Auckland radio hosts are locking horns in the name of charity and Christmas.
Changes to the way number one singles are counted could push a Christmas classic to the top of the UK charts this year.
Russia's sporting image and credibility are at stake after allegations of endemic doping with Russian athletics.
An art exhibition in south Auckland is showcasing Auckland's Polynesian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
No one likes to see police lights in their rear-view mirror, but for one day, in one American city, it was a good thing.
Recently discovered footage has helped restore a science fiction film not seen in more than 100 years.
The Rialto New Zealand Film Awards, otherwise known as the Moas, were held in Auckland last night.
For Kiwi singer Tim Beveridge's new album, Christmas Is, $10 from every purchase will go to local community hospices nationwide.
Critically acclaimed Kiwi drama, The Dark Horse, has claimed the major prizes at the Rialto New Zealand Film Awards.
The Hollywood awards season has officially kicked off, with the nominations announced today for the Golden Globe Awards.
Kiwi singer Kimbra visited the set of Sesame Street for a lesson in biscuit eating from the connoisseur himself, Cookie Monster.
Kate Rodger reviews The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies on Firstline.
Rialto New Zealand Film Award executive producer Ant Timpson says tonight's awards will honour the best year for Kiwi film ever.
Volunteers from Youthline will be out in force at tomorrow's Christmas in the Park at the Auckland Domain.
Birdman is continuing its nominations haul by scooping seven nods for the Golden Globes, while Lorde's 'Yellow Flicker Beat' is up for Best Original Song.
Plans to unveil an art installation inspired by The Lord of the Rings has been scrapped after members of the Russian Orthodox Church launched a campaign against it.
Kiwi singer-songwriter Jamie McDell's new album Ask Me Anything, which includes her single 'Crash', comes out February 2015.
Pixar's Inside Out is told from the perspective of the emotions inside the mind of a little girl.
Kate Rodger interviews Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lily and Lee Pace, the three most important elves of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
The new Mad Max: Fury Road trailer is better than many recent action movies.
For many it will be the climax of two trilogies but others may be glad to see the end of The Hobbit hype.
British comedian Eddie Izzard has declared he's planning to disappear from comedy and focus on politics.
South Park is wading into the Bill Cosby sex abuse drama by placing the embattled comedian on a sofa alongside Taylor Swift in the show.
Robert Zemeckis film recounts French high-wire artist Philippe Petit's walk between the World Trade Center towers in 1974.
David Farrier interviews Nicole Kidman about her new film Paddington ahead of its New Zealand release.
Kate Rodger's full interview with Luke Evans on his role as Bard in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Daniel Rutledge on Firstline discussing PlayStation's 20th anniversary, Peter Jackson's splatter origins and Sony's stolen embarrassing PowerPoint presentations.
Lucky Chloe is a cat-themed character, wearing cat paw gloves and cat ear headphones.
YouTube has released New Zealand's most watched videos for this year, with Frozen's 'Let it Go' proving quite popular at number one.
Hundreds of vintage toys are going under the hammer in Auckland which are expected to get some big bids.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been mingling with the stars at a basketball game in New York on their US tour.
Sir Peter Jackson hs been honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, ultimately leaving an entire nation even prouder of the New Zealand filmmaker.
Quack Up is a group performing comedy, song, dance and burlesque - all in a bath tub.
America's finest talent has given the warmest of welcomes to Britain's Prince William and wife Catherine, dazzling them at their first NBA game featuring basketball legend LeBron James.
This video shows Hayden Panetierre being chased through a house by a masked killer in PS4 exclusive Until Dawn.
Capcom and Sony have officially announced Street Fighter V, which will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 and PC.
Prince William has laughed and joked with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office.
Sir Peter Jackson has unveiled his star on Hollywood Walk of Fame at a ceremony today, calling it "an unbelievable dream".
As the final instalment of The Hobbit hits cinemas, one Indian man is celebrating the end of his own extraordinary journey.