London, March 3 (ANI): Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have refused to divulge details about their upcoming wedding plans and walked away on being asked about it during an appearance at a film awards ceremony in California. More »Brangelina tight-lipped about wedding plans
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Scottish veteran actor Sean Connery has asked fellow Scots to vote for an independent Scotland when a referendum is held in September. More »Sean Connery urges fellow Scots to vote in favour of free Scotland
Washington, Mar 3 (ANI): Vincent D'onofrio is set to take on a villainous role in the upcoming fourth film of the Jurassic Park franchise. More »Vincent D'onofrio set to play villain in 'Jurassic Park 4'
Mumbai, March 3 (IANS) After being part of the "Spiderman" franchise, acclaimed Indian actor Irrfan has now hopped on to the "Jurassic" brand, but the actor is yet to sign on the dotted line. "Yes I've been offered 'Jurassic Park 4'. A friend of the actor revealed that the role is one of the three principal leads in "Jurassic Park". After the way his role was melted down in 'The Amazing Spiderman', Irrfan is not willing to take risks with international offers. More »Yes, I've been offered 'Jurassic Park 4': Irrfan
London, Mar.3 (ANI): A superfan of Kylie Minogue from Portsmouth, England, has reportedly spent 150,000 pounds to get her hands on every possible souvenir of the pop star. More »Kylie Minogue's superfan has spent 150,000 pounds on star's souvenirs
London, Mar.3 (ANI): The former Dynasty star, Joan Collins has revealed her beauty secrets, asserting that she won't be defined by her age ever. More »'Age-less' Joan Collins spills beauty secrets
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Robin Thicke's estranged wife Paula Patton was recently seen cozying up to 'The Avengers' star Jeremy Renner on her first public appearance after Thicke announced their split. More »Paula Patton cozies up to Jeremy Renner post Robin Thicke split
Mumbai, March 3 (IANS) Actor and "Bigg Boss 7" participant Ajaz Khan denies reports claiming that the Gauahar Khan-Khushal Tandon couple decided to quit forthcoming reality show "Khatron Ke Khiladi 5" because of him. Rumours were rife Gauahar and Kushal, who were shooting for "Khatron Ke Khiladi 5" in Cape Town, South Africa, decided to drop the show as soon as they came to know of Ajaz's participation. Later Kushal had to quit the show reportedly due to his injury, but Gauahar continued. At the recently held IAA Leadership Awards red carpet, when Ajaz was asked did Kushal quit the show because of you, he said: "Can you please tell me who are Kushal and Gauahar? More »Ajaz wishes marriage, kids for Gauahar-Kushal
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A sea of Oscar statuettes filled the Governor's Ball on Sunday night as winners chatted, ate and celebrated with the film industry's elite at the official Academy Awards party. Winners also got their statuettes engraved with their names on the first stop in a string of parties on Hollywood's biggest night. Singer John Legend provided the entertainment, singing hits including "Ordinary People," while guests ate a gourmet meal by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. An excited John Ridley, winner of best adapted screenplay for "12 Years a Slave," entered the party clutching his Oscar, which he said was "overwhelming and humbling." "It's heavy, but heavy with the weight of a career and responsibility and history. More »Oscar winners celebrate at Governor's Ball
Mumbai, March 3 (IANS) Actor-producer Anil Kapoor, who has bought the movie rights of author Anuja Chauhan's novel "Battle For Bittora", is very excited about the project and says it will make for a fantastic film. "I feel the content of the book will make a fantastic film," he added. The actor-producer has roped in his daughter Sonam Kapoor for the film, however, he didn't reveal anything about her role and said, and "It is too early to talk about it". More »'Battle For Bittora' will make a fantastic film: Anil Kapoor
Kolkata, March 3 (IANS) K. Ramachandra Rao, who taught at one of India's leading film schools, says legendary director Satyajit Ray's "scepticism" of the institutions later changed his opinion. A veteran editor, Rao was a professor at Pune's Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) when Ray came visiting in 1969 and then in 1974. "I have vivid memories of Ray's visit to FTII in 1969. Ray, five years later, in his convocation address to the 12th convocation, spoke about film schools. More »'Satyajit Ray was initially sceptical of film schools'
Mumbai, March 3 (IANS) Actress Sunny Leone, who is set for the release of her third Bollywood film "Ragini MMS 2", says being an 'aspiring actress' she is not afraid of getting typecast, provided she gets a good scripts and directors. "This is my third film and I don't know about typecast. But if I get typecast, what am I going to do? More »Sunny has no fear of getting typecast
Tu Mere Type Ka Nahin Hai is an item number that features Shilpa Shetty and Harman Baweja. Needless to say that the song is a visual treat thanks to Shilpa Shetty who looks drop dead gorgeous, matching steps with the fabulous dancer, Harman Baweja. There was a lot buzz around this item number because Shilpa Shetty went back to her original svelte figure for this song and she has charmed us with her moves. One does not really mind looking at the song because both Shilpa Shetty and Harman Baweja look hot. More »Song Review: Tu Mere Type From Dishkiyaoon – Leaves You Spellbound
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Alfonso Cuaron-helmed 'Gravity' has won a total of 7 trophies, including the Best Director, Best Cinematography and the Best Film Editing, at the 86th Annual Academy Awards. More »'Gravity' leads the Oscar winners pack with 7 wins
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Alfonso Cuaron has revealed that he feels "balanced" holding 2 Oscar statuettes in his hand. More »Alfonso Cuaron feels 'balanced' post 2 Oscar wins
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Matthew McConaughey said that he didn't expect winning the Oscar award for 'Best Actor in a Lead Role' for his performance in 'Dallas Buyers Club'. McConaughey also joked that he wouldn't reveal any spoiler related to his TV series 'True Detective'. More »Matthew McConaughey 'didn't expect' winning Oscar for 'Dallas Buyers Club'
New York, March 3 (ANI): Michael Douglas' mother has revealed that the actor is back together with his estranged wife Catherine Zeta-Jones. More »Michael Douglas 'back together' with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones
Washington, March 3 (ANI): Liam Neeson starrer thriller 'Non-Stop' has secured the first position at the weekend box office. More »Liam Neeson's 'Non-Stop' tops weekend box office
New Delhi, March 3 (IANS) Randeep Hooda may not be a quintessential Bollywood hero, but the tall and handsome actor sweeps you off your feet as a rustic yet affable villain in "Highway". "A Bollywood hero, for most people, has been a Raj, a Rahul or a Prem... it's now a part of the psyche," Randeep told IANS over phone from Bangkok, where he is currently busy shooting his new film. If Imtiaz Ali's fresh approach in "Highway" affirms the director's creativity, the way Randeep carries his role in the road movie reflects his command over his skills, and shows why actors with a theatre background have something different about them. But I knew that working with a name like Imtiaz will give me an audience of a lot more people," said the actor, who is relishing the positive response to "Highway". More »I'm with the times, not behind it: Randeep Hooda
Chennai, March 3 (IANS) Forthcoming Telugu drama "Manam", featuring three generations of actors from the Akkineni clan, will release March 31 worldwide on the occasion of Ugadi, says the film's director Vikram Kumar. "Manam" is the last film of legendary actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao, who passed away recently. "Nagarjuna sir has zeroed in on the release date. In fact, he has confirmed about the release date at a recent media interaction in Tirupati," Vikram told IANS. More »'Manam' gears up for Ugadi release
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences handed out Oscars, the film industry's top honors, at the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday. Following is a collection of quotes from the show, and from the winners: MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY, WINNER, BEST ACTOR, "DALLAS BUYERS CLUB" "Alright, alright, alright." "First off, I want to thank God, because that's who I look up to. He has shown me that it's a scientific fact that gratitude reciprocates." ALFONSO CUARON, WINNER, BEST DIRECTOR, "GRAVITY" "Making a film can be a transformative experience ... for many of us involved in this film, it was definitely a transformative experience. For a lot of people that transformation was wisdom, for me it was just the color of my hair." CATE BLANCHETT, WINNER, BEST ACTRESS, "BLUE JASMINE" "As random and subjective as this award is, it means a great deal in a year of, yet again, extraordinary performances by women. More »FACTBOX - Key quotes from the 2014 Oscars
By Ronald Grover and Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Historical drama "12 Years a Slave" was awarded the top prize at Sunday night's Academy Awards show, claiming the Oscar for best picture and boosting the revenue its distributor Fox Searchlight can expect from added theater and home entertainment sales. "12 Years a Slave" won a total of three Oscars, including for Lupita Nyong'o for best supporting actress. "Gravity," distributed by Time Warner Inc's Warner Bros., was the night's big winner with seven Oscars, including one for Alfonso Cuaron as best director. "Dallas Buyer's Club," which was distributed by Comcast Corp's Focus Features studio, won three Oscars, including Matthew McConaughey for best actor and Jared Leto for best supporting actor. More »'12 Years' Oscar a golden ticket for box office, DVD sales