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Oscars 2014: Pink pays tribute to The Wizard of Oz
The 34-year-old singer gave a phenomenal performance at the Oscars 2014 stage!
Pink regaled the celebrity-studded audience at the Dolby Theatre as she paid a tribute to the 1939 musical fantasy film The Wizard Of Oz at the 86th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. Click here to read more
Salman Khan wants ‘average’ music composer AR Rahman to work with him!
The Jai Ho actor quizzed the Mozart of Madras – “When will you work with us?”
After calling AR Rahman average the Dabangg Salman Khan is now keen to work with internationally acclaimed composer and is eagerly awaiting for an opportunity to collaborate with the Oscar winner. Sallu created quite a stir when he referred to the twin-Academy award winner as ‘average’ at the launch of album Raunaq last week. But then this Khan can shock you and surprise you at the same time. He soon quizzed Rahman -“When will you work for us?” Click here to read more
Which relationship of Matthew McConaughey did his film Dallas Buyers Club affect?
McConaughey sees career reinvention as natural transition
Matthew McConaughey, who has been associated with romantic-comedies for long, says he decided to play AIDS patient in Dallas Buyers Club because he wanted to ‘shake up’ his relationship with his ‘career’. He has received his first Oscar nomination for Dallas Buyers Club. Click here to read more
Are Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh the best choices to play Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney’s roles?
A look at which Indian heroes would be suited to star in this year’s Oscar-nominated films
The big Oscar-nominated Hollywood films this year have thrown forward some uncharacteristic heroes. Guys we’ve never seen before on screen. And in some cases, wouldn’t like to see again. So wouldn’t we just love to see how our own superstars interpret these larger-than-life heroes of our times? Click here to read more
Leonardo DiCaprio: Titanic is a huge part of my life!
The popular Hollywood actor revealed that his film with Kate Winslet, Titanic is a huge part of his life
In an interview with a television channel, Leonardo DiCaprio stated that people might think that he has a reaction to that film but the reality is, he is extremely proud of it Click here to read more
Why was Leonardo DiCaprio scared of winning the Oscar?
The actor has been nominated for best actor for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street at the Oscars this year
Leonardo DiCaprio recalls being terrified when he was nominated for his first Oscar award for his 1993’s film What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Click here to read more
What is the big surprise at Oscar 2014?
Contents of 55 thousands dollars gift bags for Oscars’ losers revealed!
Oscar nominees who will lose in the best actor/actress, supporting actor/actress and director categories will not go empty handed as they will get a gift bag worth 55,000 dollars. Click here to read more
What is Ajay Devgn’s international project all about?
Adil Hussain, Tannishtha Chatterjee also a part of the production to be directed by Leena Yadav
Leena Yadav is back with another venture and this time it would be backed by Ajay Devgn. Leena’s last film Teen Patti, which introduced Shraddha Kapoor to the film industry, had a very unconventional star cast—Amitabh Bachchan, Ben Kingsley, etc. This time also she is all set to have another unusual cast for a movie that would be very hatke. Click here to read more
Anne Hathaway felt overexposed after winning Oscar in 2013
The Les Miserables actor shared her experiences after the Oscar win last year
Anne Hathaway has revealed that she felt overexposed after winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2013. Click here to read more
Steven Spielberg named most influential celebrity in the US Forbes!
In the latest edition of the annual Forbes/E-Score list, based on a poll conducted by E-Poll Market Research, Spielberg scores a 47 for influence
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg has been named the most influential celebrity in the US, according to the official website of Forbes magazine. 47 percent of the US population believes he is influential. Click here to read more
PVR Director’s Rare: Fire in the Blood to be screened in three more cities
The documentary has enjoyed a successful third week in Mumbai theatres and will now be shown in Mangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai as well
Thanks to an overwhelming response Indian documentary Fire in the Blood is enjoying a successful run in Mumbai. Now the plans are to screen the documentary in cities like Mangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai this week. Click here to read more
Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2013: Forest Whitaker, Jacki Weaver and Hiam Abbass attend
International stars add bling to the ADFF 2013 opening ceremony
Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker charmed the audience at the star-studded opening gala of the seventh edition of the Abu Dhabi Film Festival with his humility as he accepted the Black Pearl Career Achievement award at the ceremony. Hollywood film Life of Crime gave an entertaining kick-off to the extravaganza. Click here to read more
Indian cinema shouldn’t try to imitate Hollywood: Asghar Farhadi
The Iranian filmmaker, whose film The Past was screened at the 15th Mumbai Film Festival, says Indian films shouldn’t lose their originality
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, known for Oscar-winning film A Separation, Monday said that Indian cinema shouldn’t try to imitate Hollywood or European cinema, but continue catering to everybody. Click here to read more
15th Mumbai Film Festival: Asghar Farhadi’s film The Past gets standing ovation!
The Academy Award-winning Iranian director’s film received rave reviews at the fest and will soon be released in India
Oscar-winning Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s The Past drew a keen audience, which remained glued to their seats till almost 11pm on Monday and stood in unison to applaud the director’s vision behind the film, screened at the 15th Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) in Mumbai.
Audiences queued up outside Click here to read more
Mahesh Bhatt: I make films for Indian audiences, not the Oscars
Western audiences should like our films on our terms, not theirs, feels the Bollywood director
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt doesn’t digress but drives the point straight home when quizzed about the Indian film industry not churning out Oscar-worthy movies. The noted director-writer-producer flatly says such awards are nothing more than marketing tools that fetch money. Click here to read more