Having failed to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta, still driven by the need to avenge his father’s death, will stop at nothing to take Aquaman down once and for all.
This time Black Manta is more formidable than ever before, wielding the power of the mythic Black Trident, which unleashes an ancient and malevolent force.
To defeat him, Aquaman will turn to his imprisoned brother Orm, the former King of Atlantis, to forge an unlikely alliance. Together, they must set aside their differences in order to protect their kingdom and save Aquaman’s family, and the world, from irreversible destruction.…more
Kānaka Maoli actor and 'Aquaman' star, Jason Momoa, returns to the SNL stage to host the popular American skit comedy show for the second time. We've got all the segments here for you!
In his Opening Monologue, He talks about growing up Iowa, before moving back to Hawaii and getting a job on Baywatch! Today, he is an environmentalist and wants to save the whales and.. SpongeBob!?
A researcher delving into L. Frank Baum's work unveils recently discovered footage. Set in early 1900s New York City, the film captures Baum engrossed in writing on a park bench. Shot at a slower frame rate, the film accelerates the movement of people, and amidst this, a bystander and his friend repeatedly interrupt, captivated by the film camera.
Wives lament about their forlorn marriages, feeling disconnected from their enigmatic husbands. Their minds wander to Ancient Rome as they sing vulnerably of their longing.
Marcello Hernandez and Jason Momoa find themselves in the awkward position of politely turning away club hopefuls who don't meet the attractiveness criteria.…more
Dwayne Johnson talks about using his Acorns card to surprise customers at FAO Schwarz, working with Oprah to start the People's Fund of Maui to help support survivors of the Maui wildfires and celebrating his mother Ata's 75th birthday.
In the second part of the interview Dwayne discusses his return to WWE SmackDown and confirms that he will be playing Maui in the live-action remake of Moana.
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Te Tira Pūoro o Aotearoa (NZSO) and Signature Choir with Live Nation present Mana Moana, an incredible musical experience coming to Auckland’s Spark Arena for one night only Friday November 24, 2023.
Mana Moana is a celebration and fusion of two worlds of music colliding, with 80 choral singers and 78 NZSO musicians on stage showcasing thegorgeous harmonies and rich melodies of traditional songs from across Pasifika islands.
After selling out in 2022 in Wellington, this energetic, unique, and emotional celebration will bring traditional and contemporary songs from Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau to Auckland for this special community event.
For complete tour and ticket information, click here.
A collaborative journey to celebrate and promote the languages and stories of Pasifika, in 2022 New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Te Tira Pūoro o Aotearoa (NZSO) and Signature Choir created high-quality audio recordings and videos of Pasifika songs in partnership with RNZ, followed by a live performance at Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington.
Now this incredible musical experience comes to Auckland’s Spark Arena in November 2023.…more
The competition continues to heat up as 'The Voice Australia' moves on to the next stage of the competition in the 'Battle Rounds'
This phase brings an entirely new level of intensity, as contestants go head-to-head in duets and sing-offs, raising the bar for their performances each time they hit the stage.
The Battle Rounds came with a heavy heart as we bid farewell to one of the season's standout performers, Marley Sola. Marley, a fan-favourite who had impressed both judges and audiences alike with his soulful performances, faced a tough battle that ultimately marked the end of his journey on The Voice Australia.
Team Coach Guy Sebastian opted to go with Australian singer, Bella Mackenzie after both sang for their lives, sharing on his decision, "the thing that is guiding my gut is really about who I can help the most.”
As the competition intensifies, remaining Pasifika singers Razé, David Aumua, and Giaan Jordan will have their eyes on securing a coveted spot in the next round.…more
As the excitement continues to build, fans of The Voice Australia are now firmly entrenched in the Callbacks stage of the competition.
With the Blind Auditions having concluded, the stakes are higher than ever as contestants face off in groups of three, vying for a spot in the upcoming Battle Rounds. The pressure is on as one singer advances directly to the Battles, another earns a second chance in the Ultimate Callback, and sadly, one hopeful's journey comes to an end.
With emotions running high and the judges, as well as the audience, holding their breath, the Callbacks stage has proven to be a true test of both talent and skill.
This season of The Voice Australia has been particularly special for its Pasifika contestants who have captivated both the judges and the audience with their skills.
Among them, Samoan crooner Marley Sola stands out as a shining star.…more
Project Rock’s newest training gear was inspired by Hawaii’s McKinley High School, where teenage Dwayne Johnson learned his “Day One” mentality.
Whatever dream you’re chasing, no matter how long you’ve been at it, or how long it might take you: The true test will always be today. It’s either One Day, or Day One.
Then go behind the scenes of the latest campaign video with former McKinley student, Chrilen Jibewemal, to see what it’s like to play “The Rock.” Those reps are no joke!
World-renowned live Drum&Bass group Shapeshifter, has released their latest single, 'Amokura' to celebrate Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki 'Āirani - Cook Islands Language Week 2023.
Lead singer Paora Apera, also known as P. Digsss, sits down with us to share his childhood growing up in the Cook Islands and how the song 'Amokura' came to be.
‘Amokura’ is a big electronic, jungle, island drum & bass track, synergizing Shapeshifter's energy and sonic palette with Cook Island's traditional drums.
The single honours the rhythms of the Cook Islands; the pate drums were recorded in Rarotonga by P. Digsss’ brother and cousins about five years ago when the Shapeshifter lads became transfixed by the Cook Island rhythms on a trip to Rarotonga. At the time, there wasn’t a plan for the recordings, and they sat in the archives until the idea came up to record a Cook Island Māori song - inspired by The Waiata Anthems movement.
The vocals are in te reo Māori Kūki 'Āirani.…more
Prime Video have released the official trailer for the Amazon Original series, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart starring our very own Frankie Adams alongside Sigourney Weaver, Leah Purcell and more ...
Based on Australian Holly Ringland’s best-selling debut novel, the seven-part series tells the emotionally compelling story of Alice Hart.
Samoan actress Frankie Adams plays Candy Blue - Alice’s aunt, who is also a flamboyant character with lots of swagger and her own troubles to deal with.
Three of the seven episodes will be released on the 4th of August, with one episode rolling out weekly until the series finale in September.
Watch our Q&A with Frankie here as we go behind the scenes with her on her leading roles in the CoconetTV original series 'Teine Sa - The Ancient Ones'