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China's most scandal-ridden film, starring Bruce Willis, is set to open in theatres

The original producer of the film fled China, the director had to dip into his own savings and the film's female lead vanished thanks to a tax evasion scandal.

Searching was penned like a book: Aneesh Chaganty

Filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty’s unconventional thriller Searching plays out on the computer.

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Apple is said to be near animated movie deal in video push

The deal hasn’t closed and could still fall apart, but the talks mark a new level of ambition for Apple’s plan to take on Netflix Inc, Google and Amazon.com Inc in the booming online video market.

I am happy playing a buffoon than James Bond, says James Marsden

Hollywood actor James Marsden on the versatility that acting affords and the asset of his good looks.

Meryl Streep wants to trademark her own name

The application was filed with US Patent and Trademark Office on January 22. It requests that the name Meryl Streep be trademarked for "entertainment services," movie appearances, speaking engagements and autographs.

Boyle starts trust fund for Indian children

Danny Boyle is trying his best to help slum children in Mumbai to overcome poverty by setting up a trust fund.

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Ji-Tu Cumbuka, Roots and Harlem Nights actor, dies

Ji-Tu Cumbuka is known for his work in the ABC miniseries Roots and also in various Hollywood films like Harlem Nights directed by Eddie Murphy. In 2011, he published an autobiography-cum-memoir called A Giant to Remember: The Black Actor in Hollywood.

La La Land star Ryan Gosling pays tribute to Debbie Reynolds

Ryan Gosling's La La Land was honoured at the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards. As he picked up the prize he thanked Debbie Reynolds for her performance in Singing in the Rain.

Hollywood films giving Bollywood a run for its money?

Bollywood touches its half-way mark in 2016, but Hollywood movies stand tall.

Hollywood's gender inequality is nuts: Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe says he is glad Hollywood is talking about gender inequality more than ever now.

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David-Victoria Beckham, Kate Beckinsale, Orlando Bloom, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at their stylish best at BFAs

The British Fashion Awards (BFAs) took place on Monday, (November 23) at the London Coliseum in Covent Garden with big names like David Beckham, Victoria Posh, Orlando Bloom, Karlie Kloss and Kate Beckinsale in attendance.

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Meet the women screenwriters behind some Hollywood classics

While they are less talked about, writers like Leigh Bracket, Anita Loos and Frances Marion wrote dialogue for some of Hollywood’s most cherished films.

'The Nun' | The anatomy of a scene, narrated by the director

Director Corin Hardy narrates a sequence from his horror film 'The Nun'.

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ takes 2016 Oscars by storm

New Delhi, Feb 29 (ANI): It was of course a mad-max evening at the 88th Annual Academy Awards this year as 'Mad Max: Fury Road' bagged six Oscars out of seven categories it was nominated for. Though, the film could not bag the main awards, but still managed to take the limelight by winning the maximum number of awards at the prestigious Oscars ceremony. The award for Best Oscar Film Editing went to Margaret Sixel, whereas Jenny Beavan grabbed the Oscars for Best Costume Design for 'Mad Max: Fury Road.’ Lesley Vanderwalt, Elka Wardega and Damian Martin took home the Oscar for showing their skills in the Make-up category. The award for Best Oscar Sound Editing was won by Mark Mangini and David White for the same film. Colin Gibson and Lisa Thompson won their respective Oscars for Production design and set decoration. 'Fury Road' is a film with a bunch of important underlying messages about autonomy, sexism, climate change, greed and more. The marvelous visual effect makes this movie make impossible things look easy.

Fans, reason behind survival of Indian cinema: King Khan

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan in an interview given to a leading television channel has expressed his fear that if changes are not made in Indian cinema, then, there is a possibility that it might be taken over by Hollywood even at the local level.Though change is coming to the industry with newbies entering it, the actor said if one looks at the issue from a global perspective, then a majority of the popular films have been the Hollywood ones, and India is the only country where local cinema does better than international cinema.Quoting Hollywood film director Quentin Tarantino, he added that the reason for local movies to survive is stardom.But the star also believes that stardom in this country, whether for a director or an actor, is like watching a football match. So, as long as the star system is retained in this country; it will be sometime before international cinema takes over.He said the time is not far when international films will compete with local cinema.

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Has Deepika signed her next Hollywood film opposite Brad Pitt?

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): After making her Hollywood debut opposite Vin Diesel in ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’, it seems like Bollywood leggy lass Deepika Padukone has decided to take filmdom with a storm. The ‘Piku’ star, who has just started filming her first Hollywood project in Toronto, has reportedly signed her second English film opposite none other than but the ‘Fight Club’ star Brad Pitt. According to a leading daily website, rumours are rife that Deepika’s second Hollywood film will be opposite Brad Pitt. However, nothing has been confirmed yet. Deepika’s fans are already going gaga over the rumours on social media. Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra is another A-lister from the entertainment industry who is all set to make her debut in Hollywood with ‘Baywatch’ after working in American TV drama series ‘Quantico’. Way to go ladies!

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