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Nazis, medieval knights and Dinobots all feature in the first trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight, along with the return of Optimus Prime as a reluctant villain.
Kendall Jenner features in Love magazine's steamy advent calendar, while younger sister Kylie is posting photos of her own racy Terry Richardson calendar.
UK reggae legends UB40 have announced two New Zealand concerts - almost an entire year before they'll happen.
Huckleberry Finn and To Kill a Mockingbird have been taken off some school library shelves in Virginia after concerns about the racial slurs they contain.
TV host Jimmy Kimmel will host the Oscars in February 2017 after hosting the Emmys in September of this year.
Joel and Ellie's return has been revealed in The Last of Us: Part II, with a four-minute trailer unveiled at PlayStation Experience 2016.
US President-elect Donald Trump has reacted to a Saturday Night Live sketch about how he can't stop tweeting, by tweeting.
Arya Stark has a new addition to her list - dolphin shows.
The festive season is officially upon us, and the Trolls are here to bring the happy.
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard have a new film out, set against the backdrop of World War II.
An amateur film maker in the US has supposedly recorded the whispering words of a ghost in an abandoned Arizona mine.
Lady Gaga has revealed her battle with post-traumatic stress disorder after she was raped at the age of 19.
MediaWorks has announced it will launch a new digital audio streaming platform called 'rova' in 2017.
Another Banksy-style artwork has appeared in Tauranga, showing a smiling John Key pulling the fingers.
New Zealand musician Tali - also known as our first lady of bass - has just released a new single with Kings called 'I Fly Over You'.
Time magazine has announced the contenders for its 2016 Person of the Year, with 11 finalists who've been big names in the news this year.
Patti Smith is filling in for Dylan at the ceremony, where she'll perform one of his best-known songs.
David Beckham features in a new UNICEF film tackling the reality of child abuse.
A Kiwi dance company creates an extraordinary performance using five ordinary supermarket trolleys.
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