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Life of Pi Ang Lee News

  • | October 31st, 2012

    Kamal Haasan turns journalist; interviews Hollywood director Ang Lee

    Kamal Haasan turns journalist; interviews Hollywood director Ang Lee

    The Life Of Pi director is in India to promote his new 3D film starring Tabu, Irrfan and Suraj Sharma. The Oscar winning director was interviewed by Kamal Haasan in Chennai
    When an exceptional actor meets an extraordinary director their talk becomes worth listening to. That’s what happened when veteran actor Kamal Haasan turned interviewer to extract details of Hollywood great Ang Lee’s latest project Life Of Pi…straight from the horse’s…err…the maker himself. Click here to read more

  • | October 29th, 2012

    Oscar-winning director Ang Lee in India to promote Life of Pi

    Oscar-winning director Ang Lee in India to promote Life of Pi

    The Academy Award-winning director’s new production Life of Pi will also be the inaugural film of the 43rd International Film Festival of India (IIFI) to be held in Goa in November
    Those who have watched the trailer of Ang Lee’s forthcoming release Life of Pi will swear by the visual delight the Oscar-winning director has promised to dish out in his fascinating directorial venture. Click here to read more

  • | September 26th, 2012

    Irrfan and Tabu’s Life of Pi new trailer: Mindblowing!

    Irrfan and Tabu’s Life of Pi new trailer: Mindblowing!

    The second sneak peek of the Irrfan and Tabu-starrer Life of Pi is as spellbinding as it is surreal
    The second trailer of the Ang Lee-directed Life of Pi starring Irrfan (Khan) and Tabu was released recently, and it blows you away with what it promises the film will be like. Click here to read more

  • | July 25th, 2012

    LIFE OF PI theatrical trailer: Why is Irrfan missing?

    LIFE OF PI theatrical trailer: Why is Irrfan missing?

    The first trailer of The Brokeback Mountain director’s next film is out, and we are impressed!
    It is always tough to convert a novel into a movie, more so when the book talks of hard truths of life. But Ang Lee, it seems, might just have managed to pull off the impossible with his film Life of Pi, adapted from Yann Martel’s novel of the same name. Click here to read more