By Bernard Vaughan NEW YORK (Reuters) - In a career spanning almost 50 years, Thomas Keneally has written about war from unique angles. Perhaps most memorably in "Schindler's List," his Booker Prize-winning story about a German businessman's effort to save Jews from Nazis. The film based on the book won multiple Academy Awards in 1994, including best picture and best director for Steven Spielberg. More »Book Talk: Thomas Keneally looks at war through nurses' eyes
Oscar-winning filmmaker Lasse Hallstrom has been filming his upcoming movie The Hundred-Foot Journey, which is based on Richard C Morai's bestselling novel of the same name, in Mumbai for the past few days. More »Juhi Chawla, Om Puri To Star In Lasse Hallstrom's 'The Hundred-Foot Journey'
Mumbai, Nov 1 (IANS) Veteran actor Suresh Oberoi has applauded filmmaker Rakesh Roshan for making a film like "Krrish 3" and also giving his actor-son Vivek a new life and confidence as the villain Kaal. "Praising 'Kaal' simply means applauding the director, Rakesh Roshan," the 66-year-old said here Thursday at a special screening of the film. "This family, the hero and Rakesh Roshan have given Vivek a new life, new confidence, new beginning and I don't think I have seen a better film than this," he added. Vivek also seconds his father and calls Rakesh Roshan the Steven Spielberg of India. More »'Krrish 3' has given Vivek new life: Suresh Oberoi
Washington, October 21 (ANI): Benedict Cumberbatch's latest film 'The Fifth Estate' has flopped at the U.S. box office as it made only 1.7 million dollars, making it the worst major debut of the year so far. More »Cumberbatch's 'The Fifth Estate' named 'worst major studio debut'