HindustanTimes Sat,29 Nov 2014


Ain't over yet: Fast and Furious to get three more installments

Action franchise Fast and Furious will have at least three more installments after its upcoming seventh part. Universal's said the Fast and Furious is a growing franchise and they would like to expand it.

Dreamcast: Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence might work together in Joy

The Wolf of Wall Street star Leonardo DiCaprio may join Jennifer Lawrence in David O Russell's upcoming film Joy. De Niro has also reportedly entered negotiations to play the father to Lawrence's character.

The challenges of Interstellar: Christopher Nolan has his say

Interstellar has taken Christopher Nolan into what he described as the furthest exploration of space in film. The movie balances an intimate father-daughter relationship within the backdrop of an intergalactic journey to save mankind. 

Oscar buzz swirls around Martin Luther King biopic, Selma

Co-starring Oprah Winfrey and rising British star David Oyelowo, the film received a standing ovation in Hollywood as industry journal Variety forecast "considerable box-office and awards-season gold."

Benedict Cumberbatch, Gone Girl emerge winners at Hollywood awards

Benedict Cumberbatch and A-list veteran Julianne Moore took top honours Friday at the Hollywood Film Awards, billed as the official start of Tinseltown's annual prizes season. Best film winner was David Fincher's Gone Girl.

Shailene Woodley to star as Edward Snowden's girlfriend

Shailene Woodley is in talks to star as the female lead in Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone's untitled drama on US whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Make an offer they can't refuse: The Godfather mansion is up for grabs

The 2.9 million dollars mansion was used as the exterior of Corleone's house in the iconic film and after being sold for $1.7 million two years ago, the Staten Island, New York, property is up for grabs again, the Daily Star reported.

Funnyman Steve Carell speaks on his creepy transformation in Foxcatcher

Hollywood makeup wizardry made comic Steve Carell unrecognizable for his latest star turn as heir John du Pont in director Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher. The Office star talks about his creepy appearance and exploring his character's past.

WATCH: Fifty Shades of Grey's second steamy trailer is out

Fans of the highly-anticipated erotic thriller got a sneak peek of the film back in July. But this time, we were able to see more of Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson's sexy chemistry, providing an even bigger tease for what's to come once February rolls along. Oh and there was Beyonce's sexy voice, yet again.

Frozen's teenaged Elsa was paid only $926 out of $1.2b earnings

According to contract of the 15-year-old star, who voiced one of the most iconic characters even if it was just few lines, had received just one-day guaranteed payment, which accounted for a mere 0.000077% of what the film earned.

If it wasn't already scary enough, Alfonso Cuaron will release a silent space version of Gravity

Director Alfonso Cuaron'snail-biting outer space disaster movie Gravity is getting a silent space version. There is no sound in space and Cuaron honoured the scientific element by keeping all the sound effects inside the spaceship and helmet.

You go girls! GOT director Michelle MacLaren to direct Wonder Woman movie?

Game of Thrones helmer Michelle MacLaren is being considered to direct Warner Bros. Wonder Woman spinoff movie, according to reports. Warner Bros. has slated the Wonder Woman film for release in June, 2017.

Full of chills, Conjuring 2 to release in 2016

Both Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are expected to reprise their roles as real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The first movie made $320 million worldwide on a $20 million budget.

Godzilla turns 60: Five monstrous films you must watch

As the world celebrates the 60th anniversary of Godzilla films, we list five of its most important ­appearances; through it, we trace the evolution of the iconic mosnter since 1954

Meryl Streep, Stevie Wonder set for top US honour

Actor Meryl Streep and crooner Stevie Wonder were among 19 people named Monday by US President Barack Obama to receive the country's highest civilian honour.
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