The next generation of magic has arrived in Auckland this week with The Illusionists 2.0.
The show features a new line-up of seven of the world's greatest contemporary magicians and follows on from the first Illusionists show, which came to New Zealand last year.
In magic of a different type, legendary rockers Queen are in Auckland this week, performing with Adam Lambert in the place of Freddie Mercury.
And following the launch of Lightbox last week, VideoEzyOnDemand has gone live, offering Kiwis further options on how to legally watch film and TV over the internet.
But with each of the growing number of local video-on-demand companies holding rights to different content catalogues, is this ultimately going to be a good thing for consumers?
I joined Firstline this morning to discuss these entertainment topics.
Watch the video.
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