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Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields' husband Chris Henchy doesn't want to read her new memoir

Brooke Shields' husband Chris Henchy is reportedly not planning to pick up the model-turned-actor's new memoir because he can't bear to read about the painful experiences the she suffered during her youth.
Fifty Shades of Grey

You thought 2014 was a good year for Hollywood? 2015 could be even better

2014 gave us hits in bulk (read Guardians of the Galaxy, Gone Girl, Interstellar and several others) and 2015 promises a lot too. From Fifty Shades of Grey to Minions via The Avengers and Pitch Perfect 2, we pick ten blockbusters-in-waiting as we head into the new year.
Seth Rogen

Amid all the hullabaloo, The Interview shovels in over $15mn

Sony's The Interview has raked-in over $15 million from online purchases and rentals alone in the US and Canada beating the business of their limited theatres releases.

Hollywood blockbusters of 2014!

With releases like Transformers: Age of Extinction and Guardians of the Galaxy, Hollywood made it big this year. We take a look at this year's top five highest grossing Hollywood films.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence at  premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

Jennifer Lawrence tops Forbes' list of highest grossing actors in Hollywood

Actress Jennifer Lawrence is a happy soul! The beauty has topped the list of highest grossing actors in Hollywood by Forbes magazine, thanks to her films The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 and X-Men: Days of Future Past.

From Jurassic World to Furious 7: The Big Banner Sequels in 2015

The calendar for next year is already becoming crammed with sequels, reboots, and film adaptations. Here are some long-awaited sequels of big film franchises that are all set to woo audiences once again.
Exodus: Gods and Kings

Egypt bans Christian Bale-starrer Exodus, calls it historically inaccurate

The studio owned by Twenty-First Century Fox Inc declined to give a reason for the ban, but films that depict biblical figures have been prohibited before in the country. Reports said the country cited 'historical inaccuracies' as the reason for the ban. 
Golden Globe 2015 snubs

Murder and lawsuits cloud new American Sniper movie

Iraq War veteran Eddie Ray Routh is to stand trial on charges of murdering Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL whose best-selling autobiography was the basis for the film from director Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper.
The Interview

The Interview makes $1 million before online revenue rolls in

Getting a limited US release on Christmas, The Interview has earned more than $1 million (Rs 6.3 crore approx), an indication that the box office collection could be quickly eclipsed by the money Sony Pictures makes with its groundbreaking online debut of the raunchy comedy.
James Franco and Seth Rogen

The Interview wins big in China and all around the world

The controversial Hollywood movie The Interview about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has triggered online frenzy in China with the state media calling the movie 'a hit' in the Communist country.

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