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  • Tom Felton Doesn't Think 'Harry Potter' Cast Will Go For Reunion

    'Harry Potter' star Tom Felton doesn't think the original cast will reunite for any more installments in the franchise. Based on JK Rowling's fantasy books of the same name, the series translated into eight movie installments, released between 2001-11, and starred Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in the lead. Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the screen adaptations, said there won't be a reunion. "I don't think it will be reprised, to be honest with you. "I think it was a wonderful eight chapters, and everything that needed to be done was done. I think they'll take it further on in their own direction, but we're all still immensely proud to be part of it," the actor told.

  • Bill Murray confirmed to return for 'Ghostbusters 2020

    Los Angeles, Nov 10 () Bill Murray will be returning as Dr Peter Venkman in 'Ghostbusters 2020'. Veteran actor Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that Murray, another of his original 'Ghostbusters' co-actors is set to come back for the new film. The film is set to be directed by Jason Reitman, whose father Ivan directed the first two hit movies. "We've shot our part - myself, Murray, Sigourney and Annie Potts and it was really exciting working on this new idea and new take on the story which Jason, who's a really incredible, fine filmmaker came up with," Aykroyd said. The actor also said Jason Reitman had written "a beautiful, heartfelt script".

  • Daniel Craig: I don't seek approval

    Hollywood star Daniel Craig does not look for approval. In an interview, the 51-year-old actor, who is best known for playing James Bond, opened up about his nature, saying he does not have a good public persona. He said: "I don't do much to dispel it, because I'd just be chasing my tail to prove that I'm not the person people think I am. You know, I probably don't have a particularly good public persona. Some do. Some can go on talk shows and tell stories, but I'm just not wired that way.

  • 'Terminator: Dark Fate' premiere called off due to wildfire

    The premiere of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton's 'Terminator: Dark Fate' has been cancelled due to wildfire. The premiere was scheduled to take place on Monday in Hollywood and set to be attended by Hamilton, Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Luna and Mackenzie Davis. In a statement, Paramount Pictures said, "In light of the ongoing, active fires being battled in the area, Film company have canceled tonight's Los Angeles premiere of 'Terminator: Dark Fate'."

  • Joaquin Phoenix's R-rated 'Joker' inches close to Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' box-office collection

    Joaquin Phoenix's latest outing in Todd Phillips' film 'Joker' which takes us through the origin story of the villainous character of the Clown Prince of Crime, has been the talk all over the globe. While the film courted several controversies for its dark theme, Phoenix's standalone performance left an impactful impression by the end of the film. According to a Hollywood portal, the film which is going strong with Oscar buzz on social media has been on a juggernaut run at the box-office and is reported to close in on Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' box-office collection. The report further suggested that the film may go on to rake in another $464 million from its global theatrical, television and home entertainment window as compared to 'Avengers: Infinity War' half-billion dollars.

  • I hate politics: Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Veteran action star Arnold Schwarzeneggar says he is averse to politics and the reason he joined it was to help others. During an appearance the "Terminator" star, who served as the Governor of California from 2003 to 2011, said that he never viewed himself as a politician. "I hate politics. Even when I was Governor I never considered myself a politician. I was a public servant who created policies to make things better for people," the 72-year-old actor said.

  • Michael Douglas feared losing son to drug addiction

    Actor Michael Douglas feared his actor son, Cameron Douglas, would lose his life after years of battling addiction. The actor watched his son struggle with alcohol and marijuana abuse as a teen, and then deal methamphetamines in his 20s. His drug dramas landed Cameron behind bars for over six years, during which time he confessed to smuggling illegal substances into jail. He was released to a half-way house in July 2016, but tested positive for marijuana a violation of the terms of his parole a few months later. Now that Cameron is clean and sober, his father said he's glad he has turned his life around, because there was a period where he feared every phone call would be someone informing him his son had died.

  • 'Dolittle' trailer: Robert Downey Jr embarks on an thrilling adventure with animals

    After charming the Box Office with Marvel Cinematic Universe Film (MCU) 'Avenger's: Endgame' actor Robert Downey Jr is back to impress fans with his upcoming film 'DOlittle. A trailer of the film was released on Sunday. Downey Jr. is setting sail with some furry friends in the first trailer for 'Dolittle', re-imagining of the classic story about a man who could speak to animals. "We have no choice but to embark on this perilous journey," he can be heard saying in the trailer.

  • FIVE unmissable dialogues from Joaquin Phoenix starrer 'Joker'

    Joaquin Phoenix's latest on-screen character in Todd Phillips' 'Joker' which takes us through the origin story of the villainous character has been the talk all over the globe. While courting several controversies for its dark theme, Phoenix's performance left an impactful impression in the hearts of the audience which has even lead to a good Oscar buzz on social media. With a dark theme which takes the audience through the narrow lanes of Gotham City, the film manages to capture the plight of Arthur Fleck and what leads him to transform into the Joker. While the film's subject triggered a lot of controversies, Phoenix has managed to excel in a standalone film with some spectacular dialogues deliveries.

  • Angelina Jolie on divorce from Brad Pitt: Felt a deep and genuine sadness, I was hurt

    Angelina Jolie said she lost herself a bit after her divorce from Brad Pitt. The two Hollywood stars decided to part ways in 2016 after two years of marriage and Jolie said she felt a deep and genuine sadness when her relationship fell apart. "I don't know what my fate holds but what I am convinced of is that I am in a period of transition, like a return to my roots, a return to myself. Because I had lost myself a bit. I think it happened as my relationship with Brad was coming to an end, then at the beginning of our separation. It was a complicated moment, where I didn't recognize myself anymore, where I had become, how can I say, smaller, almost insignificant, even if it wasn't necessarily visible. I felt a deep and genuine sadness, I was hurt," Jolie told a magazine.

  • Spoiler Alert! Joaquin Phoenix rises to the occasion to give deliver an Oscar-worthy performance

    With Todd Phillips' recently released 'Joker', which has been mired in controversies but at the same time hailed as the year's best film, has won over the audience. The roller-coaster ride that the film has witnessed overseas, released in India on Gandhi Jayanti. With theatres going housefull due to a national holiday, those who managed to grab a seat ended up giving a standing ovation to Joaquin Phoenix’s outstanding performance. The first half of the film revolves around Arthur Fleck, introducing the audience to his lonely and hopeless life. Arthur lives with his mother Penny Fleck in a shabby apartment and suffers from a neurological condition, which leaves him with a screeching laughter in unwanted situations. Joaquin Phoenix has convincingly displayed this ailment, with a realistic touch.

  • 'The King's Man' new trailer: Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson's espionage thriller will take you back in time

    The makers of Matthew Vaughn's directorial 'The King's Man' have released the second trailer of which takes us back in time introducing us to the early beginnings of the spy agency. The two-minute twenty-one-second trailer is enriched with how a new King's Man is prepared to battle his enemies. Not only that but it also shows us the origin of the very first independent intelligence agency, who have been fighting the worst tyrants and criminal masterminds plotting a war to wipe out millions. While the Vaughn's directorial may go back in time with less high tech gadgets to rely on in high octane action sequences, the ace filmmaker has managed to catch the essence of World War 1 in this spy espionage.

  • Will Jonah Hill earn more than Robert Pattinson if he stars in Matt Reeves 'The Batman'?

    With reports of the two-time Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill joining the cast of Matt Reeves upcoming film 'The Batman' making rounds on the internet, rumours are rife that the actor has demanded a hefty fee which is eventually double of the lead actor. According to a report in a Hollywood portal, Hill who is yet to give his approval to feature in the Batman flick as the main antagonist has asked for a fee which is nearly double of Robert Pattinson, who is stepping in the shoes of Ben Affleck as the new Batman.

  • Rambo creator David Morrell: Embarrassed to be associated with 'Last Blood'

    Author of original Rambo books, David Morrell, has called the new movie, 'Rambo: Last Blood', a mess. The fifth film in the Sylvester Stallone-fronted franchise begins with the aging soldier whiling away his twilight years, which are soon interrupted when his adoptive granddaughter is kidnapped by a sex-trafficking ring in Mexico. The film has opened to negative reviews and Morrell said he is embarrassed to have his name attached to the project. "I agree with these Rambo: Last Blood reviews. The film is a mess. Embarrassed to have my name associated with it," the author and creator of the character posted on Twitter.

  • Jennifer Lopez: Alex and I had a connection from the beginning

    Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez is ready for wedding number four to Alex Rodriguez. She said she and Alex had a connection from the very beginning. After two years of dating, he popped the question in March during a romantic getaway. It will be the singer's fourth wedding. Her first marriage to Cuban waiter Ojani Noa ended in 1998 after just one year. In 2001 she married dancer Cris Judd and got divorced in 2003. Her third husband, in 2004, was ­Latino singer Marc Anthony, father of her 11-year-old twins Max and Emme. The couple divorced in 2014. But this time, Lopez said the ­union will be for keeps.

  • Why ‘Avengers: Endgame’ beating ‘Avatar’ box office collection gives director James Cameron hope

    Director James Cameron says the amazing box office performance of ‘Avengers: Endgame’ gives him hope about the future of cinema as it proves that people are still interested in going to theatres to watch movies. The superhero film became the world's highest-grossing movie by earning USD 2.796 billion at the box office, breaking the long-standing record set by Cameron's films ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar’. "It gives me a lot of hope. 'Avengers: Endgame' is demonstrable proof that people will still go to movie theatres. The thing that scared me most about making 'Avatar 2' and 'Avatar 3' was that the market might have shifted so much that it simply was no longer possible to get people that excited about going and sitting in a dark room with a bunch of strangers to watch something," Cameron told the Deadline.

  • Todd Philips: Joaquin Phoenix's Joker and Robert Pattinson's Batman won't appear together

    'Joker' director Todd Phillips said there are no plans to bring Joaquin Phoenix's Clown Prince of Crime and Robert Pattinson's Batman together for a movie. 'Joker', which features Phoenix in the titular role, received rave reviews at the 2019 Venice Film Festival and also won the Golden Lion trophy. The team is now attending the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), where the film will have its premiere. On the sidelines of the the gala, Phillips was asked by an American entertainment magazine if there was any possibility of Phoenix's Joker and Pattinson's Batman to feature in a film. "No, definitely not," he said.

  • Here's why Joaquin Phoenix's 'Joker' is facing backlash in spite of good reviews

    One of the most anticipated Hollywood flicks of the year, Todd Phillips' 'Joker', which will feature Joaquin Phoenix stepping into the popular character of the iconic villain The Joker, has hit the screens. The film recently premiered at the Venice Film Festival and saw a galore of good reviews pouring in from critics. But contrary to the positive response, 'Joker' is facing backlash from a few fans. While the early reviews of the film were positive, 'Joker' is facing controversies with regards to the titular character. According to reports doing the rounds on the internet, the script of the film had leaked online and given everyone an idea of the narrative.

  • Joaquin Phoenix breaks down his motivation, preparation for 'Joker'

    Joaquin Phoenix said his approach towards the 'Joker' role was to just stay away from the past portrayals and develop his own performance, something that was also a key motivating factor in his decision to come aboard the film. Directed by Todd Philips, the standalone film is being touted as an origin story as well as a character study of the Clown Prince of Crime. It premiered at the ongoing Venice Film Festival on Saturday, where it received an eight-minute-long standing ovation from the viewers, reported an American Hollywood magazine.

  • Angelina Jolie shares pride in son Maddox

    Angelina Jolie said she's so proud that her 18-year-old son is leaving home to study biochemistry in South Korea. The actress was seen in a video released several days ago dropping her son Maddox off at Yonsei University in Seoul, and holding back tears. "I didn't realize everybody had watched me do it," she said Saturday at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California. "It felt very private when we were there and it was just fun. But the school is so wonderful and we're so proud that he's there. And it's a great university and I'm just amazed I have a son who's that smart."

  • Kaya Scodelario: There are days I can't detach from my roles

    Actress Kaya Scodelario said there are days when she cannot detach herself from her onscreen persona, which she thinks is not at all healthy. "There are days when I don't detach (from my role), which is probably not healthy. I was so exhausted (while shooting for 'Crawl') that I would literally go home in my make-up and fall asleep on the sofa, and go back to work, which isn't good and I shouldn't be proud of," Scodelario told an Indian news agency in an exclusive interview in New York. "Other times, I had my mom with me and my best friends which was really nice. I went back home and my mom had cooked me some food, that made me feel normal and we watched a lot of rom-coms and easy films that kind of helps switch your brain off," she added. After 'The Maze Runner', 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' and 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile', Scodelario will be seen as a high-achieving swimmer Haley Keller in "Crawl".

  • The new-age Hollywood villain has a message

    When it comes to Hollywood, there are certainly more than fifty shades of grey! The world of Hollywood isn't ceased to black and white anymore with the political climate around the world, environmental concerns and racial undertones changing the face of villainy. Long gone are the traditional Hollywood villains, who just liked to spread evil for sadistic pleasure or with the purpose of world domination. Today, socio-political issues are defining the antagonists of Hollywood films. If supervillain Thanos in the 'Avengers' series wanted to wipe out half of the world's people to cure the ills of overpopulation, the Godzilla was a reflection of the consequences of humanity's actions in 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters'. King Orm of 'Aquaman' stood against humanity for polluting the ocean. "Environment is such a big real life issue. It is only getting worse and worse as we see climate change affecting all of us. So, it naturally and organically became part of the story, but the cool thing was I got to do it from the point of view of the villain of the film. You kind of understand why King Orm is angry at us. I think it gives it more texture and more meat, 'Aquaman' director James Wan told at the time of the movie's release.

  • Salma Hayek: I don't care about getting older anymore

    Salma Hayek said age is no longer a concern for her. The actor, who was the first Latina to grace magazine's cover in 1998, said she then used to worry about turning 30. "I shot my first magazine when I was 29, in 1998. It's very dear to me because I was the first Latina on a 'What's Hot Now' issue. What I remember most about my 20s is that I didn't want to be 30. "In America they used to tell actresses they expired at 30. That's why I was scared. Now I don't care about getting older. When I turned 40 and then 50, I didn't mind at all. I am just so happy that this cover exists as evidence that there was once a time when I could go braless. That doesn't happen anymore," Hayek told the magazine's for its 25th anniversary issue. The 52-year-old actor recalled she was doing well in the Mexican soap circuit but took a risk to pursue her Hollywood dream. "Looking back at my career, I realise how big of a risk it was to come to the United States in the first place and start again as an actress. I could have stayed doing soaps in Mexico I was doing really well there.

  • You are the best: Dwayne Johnson to Varun Dhawan

    Wrestler-actor-producer Dwayne Johnson 'The Rock' is glad that Varun Dhawan liked his latest release 'Fast And Furious: Hobbs And Shaw' and said that the Bollywood actor is the best. Varun, who is a huge fan of Johnson, took to Twitter on Saturday and wrote that he had great fun watching the film. The Hollywood star replied: "Mahalo brother and glad you loved it. You're the best." An excited Varun then took a screen shot of the 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' and shared it on his Instagram stories. He captioned it: "Childhood dreams come true."

  • 'Rambo: Last Blood' gets hard R-rating

    Sylvester Stallone has revealed his upcoming 'Rambo: Last Blood' has earned a hard R-rating. The action heavyweight, who returns for his fifth and final outing as the action character John Rambo, announced the news on Instagram on Wednesday. "Great day! We got our HARD R Rating today! What's coming is going to be unlike anything you've ever seen... '...Death is coming', John said," Stallone captioned the post. The 73-year-old actor also shared a couple of gory stills from the film. Stallone first played the part in 1982's 'First Blood', which he followed up with 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' (1985), 'Rambo III' (1988) and 'Rambo' (2008). 'Last Blood' is directed by Adrian Grunberg from a script by Stallone and Matt Cirulnick.

  • Florence Pugh: 'Black Widow' is raw and bold

    Actor Florence Pugh said the raw and bold script of Marvel Studios' upcoming 'Black Widow' stand-alone attracted her to the project. The 23-year-old actor stars alongside Scarlett Johansson and Rachel Weisz in the Cate Shortland-directed film. "I was excited to see how bold it was and to see how raw it was, and to see how sad it was. It was a script that I didn't expect to see associated with this. That was part of the reason I got so excited, and with Cate Shortland attached and telling the next part of (the 'Black Widow's history], it was only thrilling to be a part of," Pugh told an American entertainment website. 'Black Widow' will hit the theatres on May 1, 2020.

  • Leonardo DiCaprio: I accept ebbs and flows of my profession

    With just a few days to go for the release of 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' where he will be seen as a fading Hollywood star, Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio said that he will keep waiting for good projects when he will be less wanted in the industry. "I wait. I wait around until something good pops up," the actor told an American entertainment magazine on being asked what he would do when he is not as wanted as he is now a la the character in his forthcoming film. "I know there are ebbs and flows in everyone's careers, sometimes they're a little hotter, sometimes you may not be hot at all but if you love what you do, you gotta just keep doing it," DiCaprio added. When asked about his retirement plans, he said, "I suppose at one point I might retire, but I always looked at this as the greatest gift anyone has ever given to me." "I feel like I won the lotto so I'm going to keep going as long as they'll have me," he added. Meanwhile, Brad Pitt, who is also starring in the film with DiCaprio, added that it's important to have other things going. Listen, I'm really happy to be in this film. I love this film, but it's really important to have other things going, that you enjoy doing," he said. Sharing his view on retirement, the actor said that he'll just wake up and organically it will be done.

  • 'Deadpool' creator Rob Liefeld: 'Deadpool 3' will 'totally happen

    'Deadpool' creator Rob Liefeld has promised the third installment of the popular comic book series will definitely happen. Liefeld, who co-created the Merc With a Mouth with Fabian Nicieza, held a Q&A session with his followers on Twitter on Thursday. A worried fan asked him if a third movie, fronted by Ryan Reynolds, in the franchise was in the works post Disney-Fox merger. "Since we're desperate and you're our last hope for answers, do you have any news on a third Deadpool film from Marvel Studios?" the fan asked. Liefeld assured the follower, simply saying, "It will totally happen! Soon!"

  • Idris Elba was initially meant to reference James Bond in popular 'Hobbs & Shaw' line

    "I'm the Black Superman," is how Idris Elba's Brixton proudly calls himself in the recently released trailer of 'Hobbs & Shaw', but according to his co-star, Dwayne Johnson, the actor was earlier supposed to make a reference to James Bond. Talking to an American entertainment magazine on the sidelines of the film's world premiere, Johnson said Elba made a decision against giving a shout out to the fame British spy, a role which has long been in his wishlist, as it would have been too close to what everybody's talking about. "Everyone loves the black Superman line. Everyone's taking credit for it Idris, our director, our producers, I'm sure, Jason (Statham). I came up with that. I'm on set and I said, 'What do we say that you're the Black James Bond'. He says, Nah. It's too close to what everybody's talking about," the actor said.

  • Marc Maron talks about his 'Joker' role

    Actor Marc Maron said he has a pivotal scene in Joaquin Phoenix-starrer 'Joker', where he will be seen sharing screen space with veteran star Robert De Niro. Phoenix is portraying the title character, who is considered one of the most notorious DC supervillains and an arch-nemesis of The Batman, in the Todd Philips-directed film. De Niro is playing a talk show host. In an interview with an American film industry and review website, Maron said he has a small yet important part in the film. "I'm present during the last part of the movie. My scene in that is not huge, but I do have a pivotal scene with Robert De Niro and Joaquin. "I basically play De Niro's producer in a quick scene. My character is a guy trying to manage the whole situation with the two of them," the 55-year-old actor said. He described the movie as a character study of the man who later attains notoriety as the Clown Prince of Crime. "Todd's approach was really to do a character study of a mentally ill person, going into why he's mentally ill and what his struggles are as a person, and how that collapses his moral foundations," Maron said.

  • Tyrese Gibson to headline thriller 'Inside Game'

    Actor Tyrese Gibson will be starring in and producing the upcoming thriller movie 'The Inside Game'. According to an American entertainment magazine, the 'Fast and Furious' franchise star will produce the project through his banner Voltron Pictures in collaboration with Wonderfilm Media. The thriller, which has been co-written by Gibson and Ryan Jackson, revolves around a Miami police officer suspended for excessive force and his penchant for not doing things by the book. When he returns home to the urban streets of Atlanta, he finds himself thrown into a dark underworld of high-stakes blackmail and extortion that has ensnared his brother, a pro football star. "I am beyond grateful that Wonderfilm has decided to take this journey with me as my producing partner. Being able to follow 'Fast & Furious 9' and 'Morbius' with this project is going to make for a great 2020," the 40-year-old actor said in a statement.

  • Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce dies at 20

    Actor Cameron Boyce, best known for his performance in the Disney Channel's television shows and series, has died at age 20. The actor passed away on Saturday morning after suffering a seizure as a result of "an ongoing medical condition". "It is with a profoundly heavy heart that we report that this morning we lost Cameron. He passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated. The world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights, but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him. "We are utterly heartbroken and ask for privacy during this immensely difficult time as we grieve the loss of our precious son and brother," a spokesperson for the Boyce family said in a statement. Cameron became popular with his role on Disney Channel's "Jessie" and in the "Descendants" movies. The third film in the franchise will release in August.

  • Leonardo DiCaprio teams up with others for new alliance to battle climate change

    Leonardo DiCaprio ||- Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio is taking his environmental activism a notch above as the actor has co-launched a new non-profit organisation aimed at tackling climate change. The Earth Alliance initiative was launched on Wednesday by the actor's The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) in partnership with Laurene Powell Jobs, the wife of the late tech magnate Steve Jobs, and billionaire investor Brian Sheth. According to a press release, the Alliance convenes the communicating power of the LDF with the talent and capacities of Emerson Collective and Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) marking the next stage of LDF's growth as its staff and operations fold under Earth Alliance to power its future.

  • Dave Bautista on starring in 'Fast and Furious' films: I'd rather do good films

    Dave Bautista on starring in 'Fast and Furious' films: I'd rather do good films. A fan on Twitter propped the professional wrestler-turned-actor as the next entry into the action drama series after John Cena was recently added as a new cast member to the upcoming 'Fast and Furious 9'."@TheRock and @JohnCena will get a 'Fast and Furious' spin off also and @DaveBautista will Be the villain," the fan's post read. But, on Saturday, Bautista shot down the suggestion with a tweet that also included two throw up emojis. "Thank you for your consideration", he wrote also with the hashtag: "I'd rather do good films."

  • 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' will culminate Marvel Phase Three, says Kevin Feige

    Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has said the upcoming superhero film "Spider-Man: Far From Home" will bring the curtains down on the highly-successful phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The phase three of the MCU, which began with 2016's 'Captain America: Civil War', saw the studio deliver two USD 2 billion grossers, 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', with the latter still running in theatres. "As we were working on 'Endgame', we realised that the true end of the entire Infinity Saga, the final film of Phase 3, had to be 'Spider-Man: Far From Home', because -- spoiler -- we lose Tony Stark at the end of 'Endgame'," he said.

  • Jon Hamm: 'Top Gun: Maverick' has similar vibe to first one, but takes story in different direction

    Actor Jon Hamm has revealed that the upcoming sequel of 'Top Gun' maintains the vibe of the 1986 original but takes the story in a different direction. Hamm, who has joined original stars Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer and Miles Teller in the much-anticipated movie, said audience will surely enjoy the film. "I can't really tease much about my role. Doing this film has been a very strange experience, but it's been a wonderful experience as well. It will have a very similar vibe to the first one. For people who loved the first movie it's going to be very interesting to watch. It very much takes the story in a different direction. But I think for the new fans it's gonna be something very cool, too," Hamm told a daily tabloid. The 48-year-old actor also shared that 'Top Gun: Maverick' is being shot in mind-blowing 6K definition, which will leave the audience stunned.

  • Josh Brolin, Miles Teller to star in Sean Penn's 'Flag Day'

    Josh Brolin and Miles Teller have joined the cast of Sean Penn's next directorial venture 'Flag Day'. According to a Hollywood magazine, the film will also see Penn star along with his children, daughter Dylan and son Hopper. The film is based on Jennifer Vogel's 2005 memoir, titled 'Flim-Flam Man: The True Story of My Father's Counterfeit Life'. The book follows a woman who has to come to terms with her perceptions of her criminal father, who is a bank robber and career counterfeiter that evaded arrest for six months. Tony-winning playwright Jez Butterworth is writing the screenplay. Norbert Leo Butz, Dale Dickey, Eddie Marsan, Bailey Noble and Katheryn Winnick are also part of the cast. Wonderful Films, Rahway Road, New Element Films and Clyde Is Hungry Films are backing the project, with William Horberg, Jon Kilik and Fernando Sulichin attached to produce.

  • Simon West to direct Chinese tomb-raid film 'Legend Hunters'

    'Lara Croft: Tomb Raider' helmer Simon West is set to co-direct Chinese tomb-rading film 'Legend Hunters'. 'The Legend Hunters' is the next instalment in the 'Mojin' universe based on the popular fantasy novel series 'Ghost Blows Out the Light'. According to an American entertainment magazine, screenwriter Li Yifan is co-directing the film along side West. The film, produced by Zhang Wang, will hit the theatres next July. Starring actors Zhang Hanyu, Jiang Wu and Celina Jade, is currently shooting at the Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis. The shoot is expected to wrap in Russia in mid-August. The project is backed by Wanda Pictures and Beijing-based Saints Entertainment.

  • Oscar dates shifted in 2021 and 2022 for Olympics, Super Bowl

    The Oscars will take place in late February in 2021 and 2022 to accommodate the Olympics, Super Bowl and other events, organizers said Tuesday. Next year, the 92nd Oscars is set for February 9, but the following ceremonies will be on February 28, 2021 and February 27, 2022, the final Sundays of the month. "Timing of the 2022 Olympics, the Super Bowl and national holidays will keep the 2021 and 2022 dates on the last Sunday in February," the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the broadcaster said. "The Academy and ABC continue to evaluate dates for future years." The annual Academy Awards ceremony, which recognizes the best in cinema, is broadcast live from Hollywood on a channel and in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

  • Jon Favreau wants Robert Downey Jr to win Oscar for 'Avengers: Endgame' performance

    The 52-year-old filmmaker and the 54-year-old actor are credited for kick-starting Marvel Cinematic Universe with 2008 blockbuster 'Iron Man'. Favreau also acted opposite Downey Jr as Tony Stark's friend and personal chauffeur Happy Hogan in the MCU films. During an interview with an American media company, Favreau said if Downey Jr is nominated in the best actor category at the Oscars next year, he will definitely vote for him. "He has my vote for sure. I think he was able to discover and explore dimensions of the character over the course of many, many films, which is a bit of its own category," he said. "But I have to say that if you look at, especially how it began and how it ended in his performances between the first one and 'Endgame', there was a really thoughtful arc to the character, both in his performance and how all the filmmakers contributed to that character," he added.

  • ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ first look poster: It’s hard to take your eyes off the fiery look of Gal Gadot

    In order to offer a glimpse of Gal Gadot’s highly awaited movie, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, the makers have taken the veil off the first look of the film. Featuring Gal Gadot as the fierce Amazon warrior, decked in golden body armour, the first poster look indeed hints at the power-packed action that this superhero movie is all set to offer. Gal Gadot, the Wonder Woman herself took to her Instagram and shared the poster with her fans. While putting the same, she wrote, "Although all of us at Warner Brothers won’t be seeing you at SDCC - Hall H this year. We are so excited for what’s to come. So until then here’s a little gift from us to you.... #WW84 (sic)." ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is a sequel to 2017 released ‘Wonder Woman’. It is being helmed by Patty Jenkins and will be releasing on June 5, 2020. Talking further about the movie, it will feature Wonder Woman a.k.a Daina in the 1980s, where she will be up against her iconic adversary, Cheetah.

  • Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston's former estate on sale for USD 49 million

    Once Hollywood's limelight couple, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's Beverly Hills estate has now been put up for sale for a hefty amount of USD 49 million. Once Pitt and Aniston's abode, the lavish estate finds an age-old Hollywood connection when it was made in the 1930s. The property was constructed for the 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' actor Fredric March. The listing details state that the meticulously upgraded space architected by Wallace Neff has kept all the architectural integrity of the bygone era. "It's been extensively renovated on the inside, although the outside looks like it did in 1934," said the listing agent Susan Smith with Hilton & Hyland. Smith also added that the price has been kept in the right range as he cited the recent sale of Adam Levine's Beverly Hills home. Levine's home was sold for USD 45 million. Aniston and Pitt bought the house in 2001 for USD 12.5 million. The couple also went for some restoration of the house which included their renovated marble kitchen and a screening room. The beautiful lavish property has about 12,000 square feet of living area divided into five bedrooms en suite. It also has a private exercise room. The dining floor on the main floor can accompany 20 people.

  • 'Men In Black: International': Chris Hemsworth flaunts a uber cool look

    Chris Hemsworth is currently busy with the promotions of his upcoming film 'Men In Black: International' and at a recent promotional event in Bali, the versatile actor raised his fashion game by flaunting a uber cool look. While his fans just can get over his portrayal of Thor, Chris will now be seen donning the famous black tuxedo. He will also be reuniting with his 'Thor: Ragnarok' co-star Tessa Thompson to battle the aliens on earth. While the trailer has garnered a lot of praise, Chris' casual look has been the talk of the town. He even took to social media to thank everyone and sharing a few pictures from the promotional event. Helmed by F. Gary Gray, 'Men In Black: International' will also feature Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall and Rebecca Ferguson in pivotal roles. The film is slated to release on 14th June in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu.

  • 'Sonic the Hedgehog' release date shifted to February 2020

    The makers of the live-action reboot of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' have shifted the release date of the film to February 14, 2020. Earlier, the film was eyeing a release in November 2019. After the trailer of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' was released earlier this month, Twitterati criticised the director over the character's look. Director Jeff Fowler on Friday tweeted in this regard and said, "Taking a little more time to make Sonic just right." He shared a graphic indicating the new release date of the film. After the huge outcry of fans on Sonic's looks, the director accepted the feedback and tweeted, " Thank you for the support. And the criticism." He added, "The message is loud and clear. You aren't happy with the design & you want changes. It's going to happen. Everyone at Paramount & Sega are fully committed to making this character the BEST he can be."

  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are focused on their kids without any drama

    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, was once Hollywood's star couple, however, they have parted their ways now. The duo became officially single recently. Brad - Angelina share six kids and post their divorce, they have realised that for their kids, they need to keep their clashes aside. The actress has the full custody of the kids but Brad makes sure to spend a good time with them when Jolie is not around. According to a report, the ex-couple knew they needed to move on with their lives without any drama. Everything is settled between them now. The report further added that they always focused on what is best for their six kids. Brad and Angelina are parents to Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shilo, 12, and 10-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

  • 'The Mummy' actors John Hannah and Corey Johnson to star in 'Lair'

    Actors John Hannah, Corey Johnson and Oded Fehr are set to star in horror film 'Lair'. According to media source, the film is a socially conscious horror movie about an LGBT family embroiled in one man's attempt to prove the existence of the supernatural. The trio, who featured in the successful franchise 'The Mummy', will start shooting for their new film later this year. The film revolves around self-proclaimed occult expert Dr Steven Caramore (Johnson), who makes a living debunking claims of possession, haunting and anything supernatural. When a friend (Fehr) accused of murder claims he was possessed by a demon, Caramore has to test his own beliefs. Hannah plays his lawyer. The movie also features Katarina Cas, Julian Kostov, Alexandra Gilbreath and Jen Brister.

  • Daniel Craig expected to return to 'Bond 25' sets within the week

    Daniel Craig, who was injured on the sets of 'Bond 25', is reportedly expected to resume shooting on the film within the week. The new James Bond film hit another roadblock after Craig fell while sprinting on the film's sets in Jamaica last week and was flown to the US for X-rays. The shooting, which was scheduled to take place at London's legendary Studios, was suspended till further notice. According to a newspaper, the actor will be able to resume production while being careful not to aggravate the injury. Citing an unnamed source, the publication stated that Craig's injury was not as bad as initially feared. "Things were deemed to be a disaster at first. But the injury is not as severe as believed, and he will be able to film while not over-exerting his ankle. He will be back on set within the week," the source said. The new film in the Bond franchise has had a tumultuous journey.

  • Halle Berry wants to do more Bond films

    Hollywood star Halle Berry says she would like to work in more films on fictional British spy James Bond. Berry, who plays Sofia in the upcomng 'John Wick 3: Parabellum', portrayed Jinx Johnson in 2002's 'Die Another Day' opposite Pierce Brosnan. "Well, maybe not tomorrow because I'm kind of busy right now so my dance card is sort of full. But in a few years time, if they asked, I'd do it. Right now, I'm busy being a Sofia girl," the actor told. Sharing her experience of working with Brosnan, Berry said "it was one of the best experiences of my career working with that family, so I'm excited to see the new film.''

  • Bella Thorne to star in horror movie 'The Friendship Game'

    Actress Bella Thorne will star in science-fiction horror movie 'The Friendship Game'. The film will be directed by Scooter Corkle, who will be helming it from a script by Damien Ober. Daniel Bekerman of Scythia Films is the producer. CAA and Tannaz Anisi's 13 Films are launching sales at the Cannes Film Festival, which opens on May 14. Its production will start in August in Vancouver. 'The Friendship Game' follows a group of teenagers in a small town as they come across a strange object that tests their loyalties to each other with increasingly destructive consequences the deeper into the game they go.

  • Chris Evans surprises former classmates

    The 37-year-old actor stopped by Sudbury, Massachusetts on Saturday to reunite with some of his childhood friends for his 20-year high school reunion. vans mingled with his former Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School classmates at Conrad's Restaurant, according to the outlet. Donna Scott, one of the managers at the restaurant, said the actor appeared to be having a good time. "Many people wanted to take pictures with him," Scott said. "Everyone was pretty excited that he was there." Scott said the staff were also excited to see the Captain America star there, with one of her employees managing to ask for a photo with the actor.

  • Louis C K bans phones, sharing content without 'consent' at his comedy gigs

    Louis CK, the stand up comedian who was accused of sexual misconduct by five women in 2017, has decided to ban phones and sharing content without 'consent' at his comedy shows. Minneapolis based Acme Comedy Club, which recently announced show dates with Louis CK, shared the new policy on their website. The gig will be 'a phone-free experience' and 'use of cellphones, smart watches, smart accessories, cameras or recording devices will not be permitted in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones and smartwatches will be secured in Yondr pouches that will be opened at the end of the event.'"Louis C K owns all rights in the content and materials, including any jokes and sketches, delivered during his performance. The Materials may not be copied, translated, transmitted, displayed, distributed, or reproduced verbatim, in whole or in part, in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed, without the express prior written consent of Louis CK," the policy read.

  • Blake Lively debuts her baby bump at hubby Ryan Reynold’s ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu’ premiere

    Everyone’s favourite couple, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively will soon have one more addition to their adorable family! Blake surprised everyone with her third pregnancy at her hubby’s ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu’ premiere. The actress debuted her baby bump in style by sticking to the Pikachu theme and opting for a bright yellow metallic dress with a sash and a red spherical clutch.

  • 'Avengers: Endgame': Marvel fans call it a masterpiece and a rollercoaster of emotions

    'Avengers: Endgame' is one of the much-anticipated movies of the year. The film stars Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans and many others in pivotal roles. The film is touted to be the cinematic event of the year and it marks the culmination of 22 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The loyal MCU fans simply can't wait to catch first day, first show. The makers made sure to keep the excitement alive among the fans by dropping various short clips and posters of the much-awaited films. The film was recently ruling headlines when and a web piracy site named TamilRockers leaked the entire cam-print on the internet. The Internet is flooded with glorious reviews and the MCU lovers are calling it as a most loved superhero franchise in the world.

  • Game of Thrones 8 Episode 2: Arya Stark loses her virginity to Gendry before the Battle of Winterfell begins

    Game of Thrones 8 Episode 2 featured the first sex scene of the season between Arya Stark and Gendry. Jon Snow's allies including Samwell Tarly, Tormund Giantsbane among others arrived with a message that the White Walkers will arrive at Winterfell by next morning. The army is preparing itself for the massive battle to save humankind from the dead. Bran Stark has a plan in place how he will lure the Night King to come forward so that Jon Snow's army can attack him with dragonglass weapons. Jon Snow reveals his true identity to Daenerys Targaryen that he is Aegon, the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. Meanwhile, Arya Stark decides to experience it all on her last night before the Battle of Winterfell.

  • Downey Jr on Captain Marvel taking centre stage: Great to witness this cultural moment

    As someone who began the 'Avengers' journey with 'Iron Man'ten years ago, Robert Downey Jr says it is gratifying to see actors like Brie Larson, the newest addition to the team as Captain Marvel, shatter the glass ceiling. Downey Jr was certainly the star attraction as he struck his trademark Iron Man pose during the Asia press conference for 'Avengers: Endgame' with co-stars Jeremy Renner, Larson and directors Anthony and Joe Russo on Monday.

  • Chris Hemsworth would 'love to' play James Bond

    The actor, 35, expressed his interest in the role in an interview after the publication pointed out his critically acclaimed performance as British Formula One driver James Hunt made him a perfect candidate. He explained, "When we were shooting 'Rush', someone had said that and I thought, 'Cool, if this is my audition tape, then great'. I don't think you'll ever meet anyone who doesn't want to have a crack at James Bond. I'd love to do it.

  • Shazam!

    We all have a superhero inside of us -- it just takes a bit of magic to bring it out. In 14-year-old Billy Batson's case, all he needs to do is shout out one word to transform into the adult superhero Shazam. Still a kid at heart, Shazam revels in the new version of himself by doing what any other teen would do -- have fun while testing out his newfound powers. But he'll need to master them quickly before the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana can get his hands on Shazam's magical abilities.

  • Meghan Markle Faces Unprecedented Racism.

    While there's been considerable effort to keep Meghan Markle's exact due date under wraps, we know that the Duchess of Sussex is set to give birth sometime in April. You might think that as a mom-to-be and a new member of the world's most famous family, Meghan would be enjoying unprecedented popularity with the press in her adopted home, particularly given the way she devoted herself to service these past nine months.

  • European Film festival in India

    The European Film festival will start in Delhi on June 9th, and later move to a range of cities in India including, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Jodhpur, Pune, Bangalore, and Hyderabad. It will feature 24 films that have won awards from all over Europe. This will be the 12th European Union film festival. The films are of an array of genres including comedies, dramas and documentaries about European culture, including Flamenco From the Roots, a Spanish film that deals with the the origin of the Flamenco dance. Many of the films that will be screened are nominees for the Best Foreign Language Film, including Mother, I love you, a Latvian film that was shown on June 3rd at the India International Center. The Finnish film, Urban Family, not only captures the dramatic life of a woman, but also music that was written specifically for this film, by, Terhi Kokkonen, Paula Vesala, Lauri Ylönen, and Olavi Uusivirta. Although most of these films deal with European culture, Scouting For Zebras, a Belgian film, is about the cultural clash that takes place when a football scout José takes Yaya, a prodigy from the Ivory Coast to Belgium to peruse his dream of becoming a professional football player. The same films will be shown in each city in India, until the 18th of June at either the Alliance Francaise or the British Council in each city. Throughout the years of hosting this event, the European Union in India have said that there has been a growing enthusiasm for this event after its debut in India. The European Union not only hosts this film festival in India, but also in Malaysia. Canada, and Hong Kong. By: Mannat Advani

  • James Bond in India

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  • A R Rahman! Musical maestro awarded with Grand Fukuoka Prize 2016

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  • Carol opens Kashish Film Festival

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  • Fox is First Studio to Reach $1 Billion in 2014

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  • Transformer Makers are leaving no stone unturned to make the upcoming movie a big hit

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  • Justin Timberlake shines at Billboard Music Awards

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