HindustanTimes Sat,20 Sep 2014


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.

Theo James to play lead in 5th Underworld film

The Lakeshore Entertainment project would see the 29-year-old actor, who played a vampire named David in 2013's Underworld: Awakening play the central character opposite two new female characters in the 5th film in the vampire action installment, the Hollywood Reporter reported.

Check this out! Fifty Shades releases new pic to mark Anastasia Steele's b'day

The official Twitter page of upcoming film Fifty Shades Of Grey shared an exclusive teaser image to mark the leading female character, Anastasia Steele's birthday. The photo shows actor Dakota Johnson holding a pencil, carved with the surname Grey, to her lips.

Playing a bitter, unpleasant woman was tough: Jennifer Aniston on Cake

In her film Cake, which had its world premiere at the TIFF on September 8, Aniston plays Claire Simmons, a woman suffering from constant pain and pill addiction who is haunted by hallucinations of a fellow support-group member who committed suicide.

Cumberbatch is 'a handful', says The Imitation Game director Morten Tyldum

He has charmed audiences everywhere with his take on Sherlock Holmes and has become one of the most sought-after actors on either side of the Atlantic. But what's it like directing him? The director of his new film, the Imitation Game, says he can be challenging.

Sylvester Stallone to direct, star in last Rambo film ever

The John Rambo saga will conclude with Rambo: Last Blood, closing the franchise which kicked off with First Blood in 1982.

Katie Holmes turns director, to helm All We Had

Adapted from Annie Weatherwax's debut novel, the drama is a story about a poverty-stricken mother and daughter who find solace and home amid the quirky residents of a small-town America.

Morgan Freeman goes epic, to star in Ben-Hur remake

The 77-year-old actor will play the role of Ildarin, the man who teaches the slave Ben-Hur to become a champion chariot racer. The film will release in February 2016.

George Clooney to appear in Downton Abbey film

Hollywood superstar George Clooney has agreed to be a part of a short Downton Abbey related film. The film will release on UK's network ITV and is a part of ITV's annual Text Santa campaign that raises money for six UK charities.

Ben Affleck's Batmobile in Batman v Superman revealed and its fierce

This Batmobile looks more like a tank than the car it was intended to be. It is drastically different from Tumbler which we saw Batman drive in Christpher Nolan's Batman trilogy.

I am having a midlife crisis: Colin Firth

The 53-year-old star has just finished filming scenes for his action-packed role in the film, Freebird, which required hours of high intensity work outs with personal trainers.

Exhibition featuring Jennifer Lawrence's leaked nude images cancelled

Artist XVALA, who was going to display the hijacked images printed onto life-sized canvases in an exhibition called 'No Delete', said that several "persuasive" online petition changed his mind.
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