The stakes are higher and the dragons are bigger – you won’t miss a minute of the struggle for power in wintery Westeros, as NEON will fast-track HBO’s smash-hit, Emmy® Award-winning Game of Thrones season 5 to stream the same day as its global premiere. Continue reading »
Perhaps Willy Moon and Natalia Kills are under contract to stay quiet about what really went on behind the scenes at The X Factor New Zealand. Or, perhaps it’s more fun for them to drop cryptic clues like one of the detective novels Moon enjoys reading; using cinematic and musical references to make commentary about society and shed light on their motivations in the aftermath of those infamous lines delivered to contestant Joe Irvine. In either case, their social media updates are fascinating.
Four weeks ago, Moon published a photo of The Stone Roses with the caption “I wanna be adored”. Could he have known back then his plan to make the pair the most hated-on couple in the world? Was it coincidence that four weeks later he posted an image with simply the word “Irony” on it?
He’s officially not running for president (just like Frank Underwood), so when’s the book out?
Top 20 most time shifted shows
- Arrow: 48190 (TV2, 9:30pm – 10:30pm)
- The Flash: 34180 (TV2, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
- Madam Secretary: 33700 (PRIME, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
- Offspring: 33500 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
- Top Gear: 29180 (TV3, 7:35pm – 8:55pm) Continue reading »
This is the first in a series of ads that Rickey Gervais shot for Optus in Australia about the arrival of Netflix.
First there was Danielle Le Gallais and her criminal convictions. Then there was Dani Robinson and her drink driving convictions. Not long after it was the revelation that Matilda Rice was a Mediaworks employee. The latest revelation really takes the cake though. Danielle Beston is still married!
A contestant in reality dating show The Bachelor is legally married and embroiled in a High Court civil case with her estranged husband.
The Herald has learned Auckland lawyer Danielle Beston, 35, was married for four years to barrister Matthew Goodwin. Continue reading »