Washington, Mar.24 (ANI): Screenwriter J.F. Lawton has revealed that iconic rom-com 'Pretty Woman' was first written as dark and gritty. More »J.F. Lawton reveals iconic rom-com 'Pretty Woman' was originally dark, gritty
Washington, March 24 (ANI): Princeton review SAT book has printed Taylor Swift's 2009 single 'Fifteen' lyric wrong. More »Taylor Swift's 'Fifteen' lyric printed wrong in Princeton review SAT prep book
Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) Actress Katrina Kaif, who is set to unveil her wax statue at Madame Tussauds London on March 27, is very excited about the achievement and is looking forward to this special moment. It is something which will be there forever," Katrina, who spent her childhood in London, said here on Monday at the red carpet of Femina Women Awards. "I have grown up in London for a few years, so it brings back lot of nice memories. I would be launching it on March 27 in London at the main Madame Tussauds and I am really looking forward to it," she added. More »Katrina Kaif can't wait to unveil her wax statue
Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) Actor Akshay Kumar, who has put on his dancing shoes for almost all his films, will not be seen showing his moves in the forthcoming film "Gabbar Is Back" as he says "the character does not demand dancing". "It's not a dance-oriented film so you will not see Gabbar (me) dancing in the film. Directed by famous southern director Krish and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, "Gabbar Is Back" also features Shruti Haasan. More »No dancing for Akshay in 'Gabbar Is Back'
Online video platform Vessel launched its paid subscription service on Tuesday, offering programming at least three days before other websites in a bid to reshape an industry dominated by free content on Google Inc's YouTube. Vessel, which costs viewers $3 a month, was founded by former Hulu Chief Executive Jason Kilar and Chief Technology Officer Richard Tom. "There are a lot of consumers who would love to see something early." More than 130 creators will provide early access to content on Vessel. After the exclusive period ends, videos can go to YouTube, Vimeo, Vevo or other free, ad-supported sites, and are free on Vessel. More »Online video site Vessel bets fans will pay for early access
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Lil Wayne has settled his beef with rapper Drake, who slept with his girlfriend, stating "F*** that ho!". According to a book treatment, Drake visited him while the 32-year-old rapper was at Rikers Island and told him that the day before Wayne hooked up with his girlfriend, Drake slept with her, TMZ.com reported. According to the treatment, the 28-year-old rapper admitted that he did f*** Wayne's gal-pal. More »Lil Wayne prefers 'bros over hoes', settles gal-pal beef with Drake
Chennai, March 24 (IANS) Actor-filmmaker T. Rajendar on Monday sent a legal notice to the crew of upcoming Jayam Ravi-starrer Tamil romantic-comedy "Romeo Juliet" restraining them from using the song "Dandanakka' in their film. The song, which was meant to be a tribute to Rajendar, has not gone down too well with him. "Rajendar sir is upset with the fact that the song has not been received well by his fans. It has not been received positively, and that's why a legal notice has been sent to the team," a source close to Rajendar told IANS. More »T. Rajendar sends legal notice to 'Romeo Juliet' team
Actor Varun Dhawan is the latest heartthrob of Bollywood after his brilliant performance and success for his film Badlapur. Now the actor is all set for the release of his upcoming film ABCD 2 with actress Shraddha Kapoor. The success of Badlapur has truly motivated and created a new image for the handsome actor. Varun Dhawan got a new vanity as his old van had an accident. More »Check Out Varun Dhawan’s New Vanity Van
Washington, March 24 (ANI): Glenn Close has joined the cast of upcoming British zombie thriller 'She Who Brings Gifts.' More »Glenn Close joins cast of zombie flick 'She Who Brings Gifts'
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Blake Shelton, who judges contestants on 'The Voice', recently uttered "my job sucks camel balls" on the singing reality show. The exclusive first look at this week's hilarious batch of bloopers, the country singer was caught on camera telling contestants that his "job sucks camel balls", E! Online reported. More »Blake Shelton utters 'my job sucks camel balls' on 'The Voice'
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid have been crowned as Hollywood's new "Brat Pack" in the latest issue of Vogue. The new spread dubbed by Vogue magazine as "Hollywood's New Brat Pack", also lists down young Hollywood stars Ansel Elgort, Dylan Penn, and Hopper Penn in the list, Us Magazine reported. More »Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner are Hollywood's new 'Brat Pack'
This cant be a better gift for Kangana Ranaut on her birthday by director Krishika Lulla and Aanand L. Rai. The filmmakers of Tanu Weds Manu returns released the first poster of the movie yesterday, as it was her birthday. The movie is a sequel to the 2011 hit movie ‘Tanu Weds Manu, in which Kangana would be playing double role. The poster is similar to the poster of the original Tanu Weds Manu. More »Revealed: First Look Poster Of Kangana Ranaut’s Tanu Weds Manu Returns
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Madonna has said that she would have been invited to meet the US President Barack Obama is she was married to rapper Jay-Z. The 'Material Girl' hitmaker recently shared things people did not know about the singer in an extended interview where she said that if the rapper would only take her as his second wife, then she could score an invitation to meet Obama, Us Magazine reported. More »Madge wishes to marry Jay-Z only to score invitation to meet Obama
By Tracy Rucinski CHICAGO (Reuters) - One hundred years after the mass killing of Armenians, a Chicago artist has created a monumental painting to honour the victims and celebrate a culture that nearly vanished. The 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman troops became a defining element of Armenian national identity. Seeking to promote awareness of the tragedy and Armenian culture, Chicago-based artist Jackie Kazarian embarked on a painting of enormous scale in an endeavour called Project 1915. The painting, which Kazarian has titled Armenia (Hayastan), will be displayed for the first time in Chicago's Mana Contemporary gallery from April 17 to May 29. More »Chicago artist marks centennial of Armenian killings with Guernica-size work
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Jason Statham is the latest celebrity to join the social media as he has finally made his Instagram account and his very first post was his own picture. More »Jason Statham debuts on Instagram with his manly pic
Washington, Mar 24 (ANI): Mila Kunis has sparked rumors of her marriage with the fiance Ashton Kutcher. More »Mila Kunis sparks marriage rumors with fiance Ashton Kutcher
Gangtok, March 24 (IANS) A film from Sikkim bagged the three top honours in an annual award show dedicated to promoting cinema from northeast India. More »Sikkim bags top honours in northeast cine awards
Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) It was day of deep shame for many known faces of the Hindi music industry when melody Queen Lata Mangeshkar was mimicked by a small-time female comedian at a music award function. Singers like Alka Yagnik and composer Lalit Pandit said this was no way to treat a recipient of the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award. She mimicked Lata amongst many stalwarts including Javed Akhtar, Ila Arun, Usha Uthup and Shankar Mahadevan. More »Lata Mangeshkar mimicked at music award, industry baffled
For the first time ever, a Bollywood film is holding an open forum where people can discuss the film in depth. Gulshan Devaiah and Radhika Apte will be present at the event. More »Hunterrr Team To Hold An Open Forum On The Film
Legendary rock musician David Crosby struck and injured a jogger while driving his car in southern California at the weekend, police said on Monday. Crosby hit 46-year-old Jose Jimenez while driving his Tesla sedan in Santa Ynez, some 30 miles (50 km) northwest of the coastal city of Santa Barbara, on Sunday evening, California Highway Patrol Sergeant Don Clotworthy said in a statement. More »Rock legend David Crosby hits California jogger with car
Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) As soon as the Supreme Court quashed Section 66A of the Information Technology Act on Tuesday, there was a tizzy on micro-blogging site Twitter with renowned Bollywood filmmakers like Madhur Bhandarkar and Sanjay Gupta welcoming the verdict and saying it would further the freedom of expression. "Landmark judgement by Hon Supreme Court as it strikes down Sec 66A of IT Act. Where as "Shootout at Wadala" filmmaker Sanjay Gupta posted: "Sec66A S C R A P P E D. Now this is good news." Others to welcome the judgement were Pritish Nandy. He wrote: "Section 66A of the IT Act, the noxious, draconian law has been struck down by the Supreme Court. More »Democracy prevails: B-Town hails scrapping of Section 66A
On Monday, the news of the day was Shahid Kapoor engaged and marrying a Delhi based girl Mira Rajput. Mira Rajput a third year student pursuing a degree in English (Honours) from Lady Shri Ram College has denied all the rumours of her getting engaged to actor Shahid Kapoor. Reportedly, a close friend and a classmate of Mira Rajput revealed that she isn’t dating or getting married to Shahid Kapoor who is elder to her by 13 years. Rumours were that Shahid secretly engaged Delhi based girl name Mira Rajput, in January during Makar Sankranti festival. More »Shahid Kapoor Is Not Getting Married To Mira Rajput?
By Chris Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - Award-winning British actor James Corden settled in to his new late-night gig on U.S. television on Monday, welcoming stars Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis to his first show as host of CBS' "The Late Late Show." Corden, not widely known in the United States before he landed the high-profile job, also got a boost from a host of household names in a taped sketch that showed him preparing to become the face of a popular talk show. Meryl Streep, Arnold Schwarzenegger and former "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno alternately trained, inspired and worked the new guy over, with Leno slapping him repeatedly before saying: "In three months, this job will be mine." Earlier the neophyte host, in a nod to his relative anonymity, joked: "However shocked you are that I am doing this job, you will never be as shocked as I am." Corden brought out Kunis and Hanks together, in a break from late night talk show tradition, and both stars remained on set for the program's duration. More »Tom Hanks, Mila Kunis help James Corden take over "Late Late Show"