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Robert Downey Jr confirms Sherlock Holmes 3 in the works

Robert Downey Jr. has confirmed that third film of Sherlock series is under development. The Iron Man star said that they want it to be the best of the series.

Ghostbusters to be remade with 'hilarious women'

Supernatural comedy Ghostbusters, directed by Ivan Reitman and known for the tagline and theme song "Who you gonna call?," was first released in 1984 and became a cult movie classic, spawning a 1989 sequel.

Ben Affleck regrets Daredevil, says Batman won't repeat those mistakes

Actor Ben Affleck says he has regrets about his 2003 superhero film Daredevil, but insists his upcoming movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will entertain audiences the right way.

I want to see more women in lead roles: Jessica Chastain

Actor Jessica Chastain has called on Hollywood executives to make more movies about women. The Help star said it is a crime that her favourite actors like Susan Sarandon and Viola Davis are not in more movies.

Downey Jr sheds superhero armour to face Duvall in The Judge

Downey, 49, plays Hank Palmer, a charismatic lawyer who enjoys bending the rule book and earns big bucks in the city, while Robert Duvall, 83, plays a town judge in rural Indiana who is revered for his honesty and integrity.

James Bond villain Geoffrey Holder dies

Geoffrey Holder, the actor who played top-hatted voodoo villain Baron Samedi in James Bond movie Live and Let Die, has died of pneumonia complication.

Sarah Jessica Parker fuels Sex and the City 3 rumour

After Jennifer Hudson's hint that a third Sex and the City' movie was happening, film's lead star Sarah Jessica Parker teased fans with further hints on her Twitter page.

Ben Affleck gets into heated debate over Islam

Gone Girl star Ben Affleck clashed with author Sam Harris over the topic of Islam and radicalism on TV show, Real Time With Bill Maher.

Martin Freeman to star in The Eichmann Show

Sherlock star Martin Freeman has boarded BBC's The Eichmann Show, a dramatisation of the global broadcast of the trial of Adolf Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust.

Brad Pitt says his worst film ever is...

Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt has revealed his 1994 horror film, Interview With a Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles was one of his worst movies ever.

Johnny Depp worried over his music getting leaked online

Johnny Depp is reportedly worried about his music getting leaked online after recording material for his debut solo rock album on his phone.

Movie review: Inherent Vice takes a hazy trip back to 1970 counterculture LA

Inherent Vice, director Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel that debuted at the New York Film Festival on Saturday is a hazy, drug-fueled trip back to 1970 Los Angeles with its hippies, hustlers and a persistent sleuth.

Here's how you can watch Brad Pitt’s Fury before release

While Brad Pitt-starrer Fury is slated to have a worldwide release on October 17, it will release in India only on October 31. That’s because the distributors made way for Shah Rukh Khan’s Happy New Year. Mumbaikars, however, can watch the film before 31 Oct.

Michael Caine to retire after Now You See Me 2

Veteran actor Michael Caine is planning to retire after finishing Now You See Me 2. Caine, 81, who will be next seen in frequent collaborator Christopher Nolan's space drama Intersteller, says he has no acting ambition left.

Bradley Cooper bulks up in American Sniper trailer

The first trailer for Clint Eastwood's new film American Sniper has premiered. Bradley Cooper leads the cast of the war drama, which tells the story of former Navy SEAL chief Chris Kyle, who has the greatest number of sniper kills in US military history.
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