Washington, March 11 (ANI): Drew Barrymore has revealed that she feels she isn't a good actor. More »Drew Barrymore believes she isn't a 'good actor'
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
Irrfan Khan, who has previously worked in Hollywood films like Life of Pi, Slumdog Millionaire and The Amazing Spiderman to name a few, will reportedly feature in the next installment of the Jurassic Park franchise. More »Irrfan Khan To Star In Jurassic World?
By Belinda Goldsmith LONDON (Reuters) - Hollywood stars descended on London on Sunday for the UK's top film awards with local director Steve McQueen tipped to win the best film prize for his harrowing drama "12 Years a Slave". The British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs), handed out two weeks before the Academy Awards, are widely seen as indicators of Oscar success - the winning film at London has taken the top prize in Hollywood for the past two years. Space thriller "Gravity", starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, led the field with 11 BAFTA nominations, just ahead of "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle", each running in 10 categories. Bullock was expected to join Leonardo DiCaprio, Oprah Winfrey and Tom Hanks on the red carpet at the Royal Opera House, alongside British names including Judi Dench and Emma Thompson. More »"12 Years a Slave" tipped for success at British film awards
By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - The 1985 hit film "Back to the Future" is headed for the London stage as a musical that is scheduled to open in the movie's 30th anniversary year, the producers said on Friday. The film starred Michael J. Fox as a time traveler in a souped-up DeLorean who lands 30 years in the past and, among other things, introduces Chuck Berry to rock and roll. Robert Zemeckis, who directed and co-wrote the movie, will team up with co-writer Bob Gale for a new book for the musical, a joint statement from Zemeckis and Gale said. Universal Stage Productions ("Wicked" and "Billy Elliott"), London-based producer Colin Ingram and Hollywood producer and director Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment are also involved in the production, the statement said. More »"Back to the Future" time travels to London stage