Djimon Hounsou: How to Train Your Dragon 2 gave me new life
Oscar-nominated actor Djimon Hounsou, who voices the deadlocked, dragon-hunting villain Drago Bludvist in forthcoming animated film How to Train Your Dragon 2, says the movie has given him new life and made him feel young again
“I feel like I’m young again. Click here to read more
The Fifth Estate – Mumbai Film Festival 2013’s closing film
The film, based on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will be screened at the Mumbai Film Festival this year
The Fifth Estate, Bill Condon’s much-talked about film on the WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief and Founder Julian Assange, will close the Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) 2013. Starring Sherlock famed actor Benedict Cumberbatch, the Hollywood film is co-produced by India’s Anil Ambani’s Reliance Entertainment, Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks (together Reliance DreamWorks) and Participant Media. Click here to read more
Helen Mirren to take The Hundred-Foot Journey to an Indian restaurant with Manish Dayal
Oscar Award-winning Hollywood actor Helen Mirren will star in DreamWorks’ latest film
India is clearly the flavour of the year in international cinema and Indian food is at the heart of Steven Spielberg’s company DreamWorks’ latest production. Oscar-winner Helen Mirren (The Queen) will be the lead in The Hundred-Foot Journey and Oscar nominee Lasse Hallstrom (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen) will direct. Indian origin American actor Manish Dayal (television’s Switched at Birth) will star alongside Mirren. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan: Can I have my Merc logo back!
A dinner with Hollywood’s maverick filmmaker Steven Spielberg cost Amitabh Bachchan the logo of his Mercedes – and he wants it back!
The 70-year-old actor dined with Spielberg at a party organised by Indian business tycoon Anil Ambani and his wife Tina in the filmmaker’s honour on Tuesday night. Click here to read more
Vicky Donor and Vince Vaughn: Who is copying whom?
The Wedding Crashers actor is going to star in a movie about a sperm donor. Doesn’t that remind you of Ayushmann Khurrana’s debut film?
As reports about Vicky Donor’s strong box office run filtered in, something else caught our eye. Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn is in talks to play a sperm donor in a film to be produced by DreamWorks. Our first thought was: wow! For once, is Hollywood going to rip off a Bollywood movie? Is it payback time for all the times we ripped off their ideas? Click here to read more