War Horse
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Behind the scenes: 'War Horse'

Check out stills of Steven Spielberg on the sets of his latest adventure, 'War Horse'

  • Harrison Ford reveals story behind 'Indiana Jones' iconic scene

    ANI - 18 hours ago

    Melbourne, Apr.15 (ANI): Harrison Ford recently talked about one of the 'Indiana Jones' most iconic scene on Reddit AMA session, saying that the scene between swordsman and him was supposed to be the ultimate duel between a sword and a whip. The 'Blade Runner' star revealed that the actor was suffering from dysentery whilst filming that scene in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' and found it difficult to step out of his trailer, News.com.au reported. The 71-year-old actor asserted that they had done a brief run-through of the scene the night before they were meant to shoot it, and both Steven Spielberg and him had realized that it would take two or three days to shoot that scene. More »Harrison Ford reveals story behind 'Indiana Jones' iconic scene

  • Irrfan Khan To Work In Jurassic World

    Business of Cinema - Wed 2 Apr, 2014 5:36 PM IST

    Actor Irrfan Khan will have his hands full over the entire year, shuttling between the US and India as he works on simultaneously shooting two films- A Bollywood film Piku and a Hollywood blockbuster Jurassic World, in exotic locations like New Orleans and Hawaii. Jurassic World is the fourth film in the popular Jurassic Park franchise, which consists of 1993′s Jurassic Park, 1997′s The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and 2001′s Jurassic Park III. According to reports, Khan will play the role of Patel, the billionaire owner of the new Jurassic Park. ... More »Irrfan Khan To Work In Jurassic World

  • 'Mr. Peabody' top dog at U.S. box office, revs past 'Speed,' '300'

    Reuters - Mon 17 Mar, 2014 12:38 AM IST

    By Ronald Grover and Chris Michaud LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" won the weekend box office derby with $21.2 million in ticket sales, outpacing both last week's winner "300: Rise of An Empire" and video game turned car racing movie "Need for Speed." The animated "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," which opened a week earlier in the No. 2 spot, overtook last week's winner, the Greek-era action film "300: Rise of an Empire" which collected $19.1 million from Friday to Sunday, according to studio estimates. "Need for Speed" settled for third place on its opening weekend with ticket sales of $17.8 million at U.S. and Canadian theaters. "Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club," the weekend's other new movie, was fifth behind "Non-Stop," selling $8.3 million worth of tickets. More »'Mr. Peabody' top dog at U.S. box office, revs past 'Speed,' '300'

  • Drew Barrymore believes she isn't a 'good actor'

    ANI - Tue 11 Mar, 2014 11:32 AM IST

    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'

  • Yes, I've been offered 'Jurassic Park 4': Irrfan

    IANS - Mon 3 Mar, 2014 3:08 PM IST

    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