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HindustanTimes Fri,19 Sep 2014

Hollywood

Benedict Cumberbatch takes off his shirt, makes world a better place

Benedict Cumberbatch poses in a dripping wet shirt and gets his very own Mr Darcy moment in a recreation of the famous lake scene from Pride and Prejudice. And it's all for charity! 

Channing Tatum has been Struck by Genius

Channing Tatum is likely to play a college dropout who's attacked outside a karaoke bar and suffers a traumatic brain injury. As he recovers, he turns into a math whiz who saw geometric shapes around him.

Reese Witherspoon finds lessons of life in The Good Lie

Oscar-winning actor Reese Witherspoon chose a subdued role in her latest film, The Good Lie, a drama about Sudanese refugee children who end up in America, but there is nothing small in what she hopes to convey.

Why The Big Bang Theory's Amy hates Frozen

Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik says animated hit film Frozen sends the wrong message to young audience with its story of a princess finding her mate. She has issues with the way Disney princesses appear as well.

Cara Delevingne bags lead role in John Green's Paper Towns

Green, who also scripted The Fault in our Stars, took to Twitter and excitedly shared the news of the 22-year-old Brit model playing the female lead character, Margo Roth Spiegelman.

Newly-wed Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt explore a crumbling marriage

Brangelina's upcoming film By The Sea, which is about a crumbling marriage, is ironically being shot during the couple's working honeymoon. They got married on August 23 after a nearly decade-long relationship.

Leonardo DiCaprio named UN messenger of peace for climate

Set to address a U.N. summit meeting on climate change on September 23, the Academy Award-nominated star of The Wolf of Wall Street joins Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie and other celebrities who have represented various U.N. organizations.

Trailer review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay will be no ‘game’... it's a war!

The trailer promises even more darkness in the film than its two predecessors, and stunning war scenes. Some revelations of the shadiness of Peeta’s character and a growing camaraderie between Katniss and Gale.

The Bourne resurrection: Matt Damon set to return as Jason Bourne in 2016

According to Deadline.com, Universal Pictures is in talks with both Damon and director Paul Greengrass to produce the fifth movie in The Bourne Identity series based around the character created by author Robert Ludlum.

Fandoms rejoice! Robert Downey Jr, Hugh Jackman might have cameos in Star Wars!

Robert Downey Jr, Hugh Jackman and Samuel L Jackson are reportedly set for Star Wars Episode VII cameos. They have landed roles in the latest installment after being invited to the set at the Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.

Schwarzenegger to I's director: Let's make King Conan, Shankar

The Terminator star, who was in Chennai for the audio launch of Shankar's magnum opus I, was full of praise for Tamil director's talent and expressed a desire to work with him some day. He even gave it an imaginary name!

Is Amal proving lucky already? George Clooney to receive honorary Golden Globe

Oscar-winning actor, director and producer George Clooney will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award, an honorary Golden Globe for his contribution to cinema, organizers of the event said on Monday.

Benedict Cumberbatch's Turing biopic wins Toronto film festival top prize

While Benedict Cumberbatch's new film walked away with the top awards, other films such as vampire drama What We Do in the Shadows and Beats of the Antonov picked up awards in horror and documentary categories. A low-down on all the honours.

New film on Tamil mathematical wizard, Srinivasa Ramanujan a hush-hush

Years ago in 1998-99, when Kate Winslet came to India to film Kiwi director Jane Campion’s Holy Smoke, the entire schedule in New Delhi and Pushkar was kept under a strict wrap. We now see another Hollywood venture, Matthew Brown’s Dev Patel starrer, The Man Who Knew Infinity, cloaked in holier than thou smoke.

Elizabeth Olsen to star opposite Tom Hiddleston in Hank Williams biopic

Elizabeth Olsen will be starring in the upcoming biopic on country western singer Hank Williams I Saw The Light. The RatPac Entertainment and Bron Studios' project, which had already signed Tom Hiddleston to play Williams, will see Olsen play the Your Cheatin Heart singer's wife Audrey Mae.

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