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HindustanTimes Tue,02 Sep 2014

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Sylvester Stallone working on his biopic

“Sylvester is doing the story of his life, his own biography. He’s got Rambo V to film and he’ll be going to Budapest to begin the Expendables 4 — so he’s filming his biopic in between,” says his mother, Jackie.

Ex-007 Pierce Brosnan plays a spy again in new action thriller

Former 007 star Pierce Brosnan returns to the world of guns and spies in The November Man, an action thriller that pits his character against his former CIA bosses, with explosive effect.

Video: 10 best moments from the Emmy awards

The Emmys was a host to many moments of surprises this year. From impromptu lip-lock to a medley of musical parody to a tribute to the late Robin Williams, the Emmys was more than just your average nominations and wins.

I wouldn't be an actor without Richard Attenborough: Robert Downey Jr

Robert Downey Jr has paid rich tribute to his Chaplin director Richard Attenborough, insisting he wouldn't be an actor today without the British movie icon's belief in his talent.

In cosmic tribute, Emmys bid goodbye to Robin Williams

With a lump in his throat and a somber tremble in his voice, actor Billy Crystal paid a cosmic tribute to Robin Williams at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, almost two weeks after the comedian died in an apparent suicide.

Veterans remember Richard Attenborough

Actor Om Puri, who played Nahari in the film, says, “Any human being who uses his whole energy and capability to contribute in the society becomes valuable for the coming generation. Attenborough was one of them."

Richard Attenborough: The man who knew Mahatma better than most of us

Gandhi established Attenborough as a maverick director with a great eye for details. Till date, it is the most authentic film made on the Mahatma, and many who were part of the crew still remember Attenborough's marvellous memory and his knowledge about India.

Justin Bieber to star in Expendables 4?

Sylvester Stallone apparently wants to 'freshen up' the franchise by using younger actors and thinks bringing in Bieber would assure the movie's success, given the singer's popularity.

Richard Attenborough, the auteur who brought Gandhi alive on screen, dead

Richard Attenborough was a lord, an award-winning director and an unflagging pillar to British cinema. However, India would largely remember him as the man who brought the Mahatma's life alive in the biopic, Gandhi.

Indian celebs pay tribute to Attenborough: Thanks for Gandhi, the biopic we're proud of

Paying tributes to late Oscar-winning actor-filmmaker Richard Attenborough on Monday, Indian celebrities recalled the importance of his seminal work Gandhi, which brought the Mahatma's life story come alive on screen.

'Gandhi' director Richard Attenborough dies at 90

Iconic film director Richard Attenborough, whose greatest achievement in his six decade-long film career was his 1982 epic Gandhi, has died aged 90.

Steve Martin to star in Disney's Magic Camp

The film is about a prim and proper banker who returns to Magic Camp, which he attended as a shy child. This time he is a counsellor who makes it his mission to improve the lives of all the kids.

Insurgent trailer to debut with Hunger Games: Mockingjay 

The first trailer for Divergent sequel, Insurgent, will be unveiled this November in front of screenings of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.

I loved doing a strong, sexual role in Sin City: Eva Green

Actor Eva Green, who finds the film industry "cold", says she always chose parts which made her feel good over those which presented her as a "boring beautiful girl".

Star Wars to go traditional, shun special effects

Rian Johnson, who will direct the franchise after JJ Abrams, has said that his Star Wars movie will have less CGI effects and more practical and traditional effects.
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