HindustanTimes Tue,21 Oct 2014

Happy to be 40: Drew Barrymore 'can't wait' to achieve milestone

Actor Drew Barrymore says she will be "so happy" when she turns 40 next year because she has "worked so hard".
Gone Girl

David Fincher's Gone Girl crosses $200 million mark

David Fincher's thriller Gone Girl has crossed the $200 million mark at the global box office. The film will soon overtake the filmmaker's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo ($232.6 million) and The Social Network ($224.9 million).
Fury movie

Fury examines trauma of soldiers: Brad Pitt

The movie follows a tank crew as it pushes behind enemy lines in the dying days of the war in Germany in 1945. Pitt said the film sought to recognise the psychological trauma endured by soldiers.

Jennifer Lawrence

Nicholas Hoult jokes about filming intimate scene in Equals

Nicholas Hoult has joked about his intimate scene with co-star Kristen Stewart in upcoming film Equals, referring to the height difference between them. The actor, who is almost a foot taller than Stewart, joked that he based his character on Quasimodo (a fictional character having a hunchback).
A still from Happy New Year.

Shah Rukh edges out Ben Affleck: Gone Girl not to release with Happy New Year

Hollywood star Ben Affleck's Gone Girl, which was slated to release alongside Shah Rukh Khan's big-ticket entertainer Happy New Year, will now hit the screens Oct 31.
Channing Tatum

I went through bouts of depression: Channing Tatum on his learning disorders

The 34-year-old Magic Mike XXL star, who was diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia, said that not having early success on the path of education messes with people, and he doesn't consider himself 'smart'.
The Descendants

I am a pro at losing virginity onscreen: Shailene Woodley

Shailene Woodley, who stars in White Bird in a Blizzard as a girl who loses her virginity, has said that girls are pressurised to lose their virginity by other girls.
Ben Affleck

Novel adaptations: Hollywood goes by the book

From best-selling novels and fantasy books to autobiographies and memoirs, multiple Hollywood films releasing in the coming few months are based on page turners.
Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Thrice the magic: Warner Bros. to release Harry Potter spin-off in trilogy

Warner Bros. is planning to release the spin-off films set in the Harry Potter world in a trilogy. According to a tweet from Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Fritz, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be released individually in 2016, 2018, and 2020.

Chris Noth

A very heavily swearing Chris Noth quashes Sex and the City 3 movie rumours

Chris Noth has quashed rumours about the Sex and the City 3 movie being in the works. The 59-year-old actor, who finds Twitter to be all bulls**t, said that he can't believe those girls are tweeting as they're being very 'naughty'.


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