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Paddington to release in India on Jan 16, 2015

Family entertainer Paddington, based on the bestselling and internationally loved series of children's stories by British author Michael Bond, will hit 150 screens across India on Jan 16, 2015.

Does The Interview getting sacked jeopardize fate of overseas movie villains?

In the wake of the startling cancellation of The Interview, an entire species of movie baddies might be in danger of extinction. One film, Pyongyang, has already bit the dust.

Brace yourselves Cumberbatch's desi fans, The Imitation Game hits India on Jan 23, 2015

The Imitation Game, which has received five Golden Globe nominations, will hit Indian screens on Jan 23, 2015. Being released in India by PVR Pictures, the film has Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley and 'Tywin Lannister'- Charles Dance.

75 years later, racism has not Gone with the Wind

Incredible as it may sound, racism in the US exists today as it did 75 years ago when Victor Fleming's Gone with the Wind opened on December 15, 1939. HT looks at racism in the context of the iconic film.

A fan can hope: Orlando Bloom to return as Davy Jones for next Pirates movie?

Actor Orlando Bloom, who played the role of Will Turner in the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, has hinted at his return for the upcoming fifth instalment of the franchise.

Rob Lowe slams Sony for cancelling The Interview release

Slamming Sony Pictures after they decided to cancell the release of the film, The Interview, Rob Lowe called the movie company a 'spineless' sellout comparing it to the famous British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain who caved in to Hitler.

FBI warned theaters of possible cyberattacks over The Interview movie

Theaters and other businesses associated with Sony Corp's Hollywood studio's film The Interview could be targeted in cyberattacks, The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned.

Sony cancels Christmas release of The Interview amidst terror threats

Bowing down to the threats of terrorist attacks from hackers, Sony Pictures Entertainment cancelled the Christmas release, The Interview. Sony announced that there is no further release plan, ruining any hope of a delayed theatrical or a video-on-demand release.

Movie preview: The new Annie is less about 'Tomorrow' and all about today

The hit musical Annie moves firmly into the 21st century in a new film version where the star is a street-smart African-American foster kid who rides New York buses, and her savior is a black cell phone billionaire who will stop at nothing to become mayor.

Shaken, not stirred: Special edition vodka martini for James Bond in Spectre

It'll be Vodka Martini 'shaken, not stirred' for James Bond once again! Global luxury vodka brand Belvedere has announced its first-time collaboration with Spectre, the highly anticipated 24th instalment of the popular film series, for the secret agent's favourite drink.

Jon Hamm isn't really into wearing tights and being a superhero, here's why

Mad Men star Jon Hamm said it was a right choice for him to decline superhero roles as they would have tied him down. Though the actor feels his decision to not wear "tights for a living" may have made him irrelevant to the generation under 20.

Welcome back to the 90's! Concept art for new Jungle Book movie released

Jon Favreau's remake of The Jungle Book has revealed some nostalgia inducing concept art, online. The images very made public by Disney on micro-blogging website Twitter and later retweeted by Favreau.

Why do all good things come to an end: Andrew Garfield may not play Spider-Man anymore

E-mails from the recent hacking operation on Sony Pictures have revealed that if Marvel makes a deal with Sony for creative control, they will ditch actor Andrew Garfield and his other co-stars from The Amazing Spider-Man franchise to start over with a clean slate.

Exodus: Gods and Kings tops North American box office

Christian Bale's Exodus: Gods and Kings debuted in first place this weekend at the North American box office, edging out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 from the top place.

Andrew Garfield to be replaced for future Spiderman?

Reports suggest that actor Andrew Garfield maybe replaced in the next installment of Spiderman franchise. The leaked emails from Sony about the planned Spiderman and Captain America crossover doesn't include Garfield.
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