HindustanTimes Fri,25 Apr 2014


Movie theatres in Russia fined for screening The Wolf Of Wall Street

Local officials accused the cinema owners of drug-use propaganda by showing Leonardo DiCaprio-starrer The Wolf of Wall Street and ordered them to pay the equivalent of $113,000.

I'm bit dumb when it comes to tech: Transcendence star Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp may be playing a tech demi-god in the sci-fi film Transcendence but the star says he is not familiar with technology and avoids it as much as possible. The film releases April 18.

12 Years A Slave hero may be the next James Bond baddie

After his brilliant performance as Solomon Northup in 12 Years a Slave, Nigerian actor Chiwetel Ejiofor may now be seen as the baddie in the 24th film of James Bond franchise. The film will be directed by Sam Mendes and will have Daniel Craig reprising the titular role.   

I think Irrfan Khan is a fantastic actor: Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield

That’s what Hollywood’s Andrew Garfield knows about the Hindi film industry. Ask him what he enjoys most about playing Spider-Man, and he smiles and says, "He doesn’t do it straight…he’s a rebel… like Bugs Bunny or Charlie Chaplin."

Actor Mickey Rooney dies at 93

Actor Mickey Rooney, the pint-sized screen dynamo of the 1930s and 1940s best known for his boy-next-door role in the Andy Hardy movies, died on Sunday at 93. Rooney, who was one of the biggest box office stars of the movies' studio era, had been ill for some time.

Scarlett Johansson was terrified while filming nude scenes

Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin, which released this Friday in the US, has Scarlett Johansson in first fully nude role. The actor plays an alien seductress Laura who hunts single, wandering men on the streets of Glasgow.

I was scared to work with Viggo Mortensen: Kirsten Dunst

Actor Kirsten Dunst has revealed that she was scared to work with actor Viggo Mortensen in their upcoming movie The Two Faces of January.

Hollywood stars flock to China, give India a miss

Despite India being the largest producer of films, Hollywood biggies like Johnny Depp, Andrew Garfield, Samuel L Jackson, Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson have given the country a miss and prefered to promote their films in China.

I'll not be returning for Man Of Steel sequel: Russell Crowe

Actor Russell Crowe will not be reprising his role as Superman's father in the Man Of Steel sequel.

Star Wars: Episode 7 set to start filming in Morocco in May

Filmmaker JJ Abrams will reportedly begin shooting Star Wars: Episode VII in Morocco next month.

Meryl Streep to play a rocker in Ricki And The Flash

Meryl Streep is in the song-and-dance mode again after Mamma Mia as she is set to play a rocker mother in Ricki And The Flash.

Training is tougher than most superhero films: Chris Evans

Hollywood star Chris Evans is all set to return in his superhero avatar with the new film, Captain America — The Winter Soldier, that hits the big screen in India on April 4. Chris Evans about his new film, as he talks about his physical training and his on-screen friend-turned-foe.

Noah: Emma Watson suffered bleeding lips in kissing scene with Douglas Booth

British actress Emma Watson was left with bleeding lips after filming repeated takes of a passionate scene with Douglas Booth. The moment was shot multiple times and Watson was left with bleeding lips, while Booth was nursing a sore nose and swollen mouth.

Pink Panther returns as a live action film

MGM will be making a new Pink Panther movie, a live-action/animated fusion, which will have the essence of the original cartoons by Friz Freleng and David De Patie, along with Blake Edwards' films.

Irrfan finds a fan in Hollywood star Lupita Nyong'o

The Lunchbox has bowled over Oscar-winning actor Lupita Nyong'o who told her fans on Twitter that the indie film is a "heartwarming story". The actor won an Oscar this year for her role in 12 Years a Slave.  
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