HindustanTimes Sat,12 Jul 2014


Chefs love Indian food world-over: Jon Favreau

Hollywood director and actor Jon Favreau says his experience of playing a chef in his recently-released film by the same name, made him meet many chefs across the board, and they all love Indian food.

Daniel Radcliffe wants to play Robin to Ben Affleck's Batman

Daniel Radcliffe has hinted that he’d be more than happy to play Robin to Ben Affleck’s Batman in the upcoming film. The Harry Potter star said  that he could be Robin for Affleck, since he was absolutely perfect for the role.

Sylvester Stallone returns for Rambo V, to also write screenplay

A press release suggests that the action star is writing the screenplay and will star as one-man army, Rambo. The statement read: "With Rambo V, Sylvester Stallone returns in his iconic role. This time he goes up against a Mexican cartel. Stallone describes the new Rambo as his version of No Country for Old Men."

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly star Eli Wallach dies at 98

Eli Wallach, who made a lasting impression as the scuzzy bandit Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, died on Tuesday at the age of 98. Wallach appeared on the big screen well into his 90s in Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer, Wall Street sequel and other films.

N Korea says James Franco comedy on Kim assassination 'act of terror'

North Korea on Wednesday denounced a new Hollywood comedy about an assassination bid on leader Kim Jong-Un as a "wanton act of terror" and warned of a "merciless response" unless the US authorities banned the film. The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco.

Zack Pearlman joins Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro in The Intern

Rene Russo, Girls actor Andrew Rannells, Workaholics co-creator Anders Holm, Nat Wolff  from The Fault in Our Stars, Linda Lavin from Wanderlust and Christina Scherer from Living With Uncle Charlie have also joined the star cast.

Kelsey Grammer wants X-Men return for Beast

The 59-year-old made a brief cameo as the ape-like mutant superhero at the end of the Marvel franchise's most recent instalment, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and would jump at the chance to play the part again.

Tom Cruise in talks for Star Wars Episode VII cameo

The Edge Of Tomorrow star had been in London for over a week and met up with JJ Abrams and some other people from Star Wars over the weekend.

$500mn and counting: Maleficent marks Angelina Jolie's career best hit

Maleficent surpassed the $500 million milestone, marking Angelina Jolie's highest-grossing live-action film of all time over the weekend. The Disney fairytale earned $335.6 million internationally and $521.6 million on worldwide box office.

Mark Wahlberg loses big, sheds 30kg for The Gambler

Mark Wahlberg shed almost 30kg for the title character in Rupert Wyatt's remake of The Gambler. The Ted actor said that he was on a liquid diet for about a month under the watchful eye of doctors and continued to lose weight.

Morgan released from hospital, transferred to rehab

Tracy Morgan has been released from hospital and transferred to rehab centre after he got badly injured in a car crash. The actor had been transferred to an undisclosed rehab centre, where he is expected to remain for the next few weeks.

Mission possible: Tom Cruise to shoot M:I 5 inside British House of Commons

Actor Tom Cruise has reportedly been granted permission to shoot scenes for the next installment of Mission: Impossible inside the home of British politics, Britain's Houses of Parliament.

Coming soon: Batman solo film with Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck will get to wear his cape again amid buzz that there will be a standalone movie on Batman following Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The film will focus on the Dark Knight.

McConaughey may not return for Magic Mike sequel: co-star

Magic Mike actor Gabriel Iglesias says that Matthew McConaughey may not return for the upcoming sequel of the film. Iglesias played a strip club DJ and drug dealer in the first stripper installment.

Ewan McGregor to star in American Pastoral film

Actor Ewan McGregor will star in an adaptation of American Pastoral from director Phillip Noyce. The 43-year-old Impossible actor and Salt filmmaker are working together to adapt Philip Roth's acclaimed novel.
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