Agatha Christie, who died in 1976 aged 85, is cited by the Guinness Book of World Records as the bestselling novelist of all time. Over 30 feature films have been based on her work, including a 1974 version of Murder on the Orient Express, that saw Ingrid Bergman win an Academy Award for her performance.
It takes a certain level of confidence to play a villain who decides to take on The Avengers,arguably the worlds greatest superheroes. British actor Tom Hiddleston gets to do just that in Marvels The Avengers that releases in India on April 27.
Kenneth Branagh,the acclaimed Irish actor and director,often considered to be contemporary cinemas leading interpreter of Shakespeare,has surprised many fans by directing a $150 million adaptation of the comic book Thor
They are actors, actresses, directors who have made significant contributions in cinema but have been overlooked by the Academy. Fortunately, they have many more years, let us say decades, ahead of them, and hopefully the Academy would recognise their worth.