Entertainment Gallery Top Hollywood news of the day: November 11, 2017 Check out the latest and greatest in Hollywood ranging from Justice League's early reviews to Kenneth Branagh opening up about his much-discussed moustache in Murder on the Orient Express. Check out the latest and greatest in Hollywood that happened today ranging from Justice League early reactions to Kenneth Branagh opening up about his much-discussed moustache in Murder on the Orient Express. Justice League early reviews are mostly positive: DC fans need not worry as most of the early critic reactions have hailed Justice League. Although the embargo has not been lifted yet, so we have not seen full reviews, but the lucky few who watched the film have not been able to stop themselves from posting comments about the film on social media. This Zack Snyder film, which stars Ben Afflecka and Gal Gadot, has been called "enjoyable." This should come as a relief to DC and Warner Bros honchos especially when the only critically successful movie in DCEU has been Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman. George Takei accused of sexual assault: The list of accusations of sexual harassment just does not stop. The latest in this shocking list is George Takei, most popularly known for playing Mr Sulu in the original Star Trek television series. He has been accused of sexual assault by Scott R Brunton. Brunton claimed that Takei groped him and took advantage of him after they had some drinks at Takei's apartment in Los Angeles in 1981. Ellen Page claims Brett Ratner "outed" her : Inception actor Ellen Page has accused film producer Brett Ratner of outing her when she was a sexually unsure 18-year-old. In a long Facebook post, she also said Ratner's behaviour on the sets was " blatantly homophobic and abusive." According to her, she was standing next to a woman 10 years her senior when Ratner pointed to Page and told the other woman, “You should (expletive) her to make her realize she’s gay.” Kenneth Branagh says it took him six months to get his moustache right in Murder on the Orient Express: Kenneth Branagh, who is starring in and also directing Murder on the Orient Express, says that it took him six months to get his moustache into an ideal shape for his character of Hercule Poirot in the film. The film was released on November 10 in the US and has garnered mixed reviews from both critics and audience. In India, the film will hit theatres on November 24. Leonardo DiCaprio turns 43 today: Leonardo DiCaprio, known for movies like Titanic, Inception, and The Revenant, is celebrating his 43rd birthday today. He began his acting career with 1991 movie Critters 3, a Kristine Peterson directorial. He won an Oscar for Alejandro González Iñárritu film The Revenant, in which he starred alongside Tom Hardy. His next projects include a film on Leonardo da Vinci and a a biopic on former US president Theodore Roosevelt with his longtime collaborator Martin Scorsese. Jason Momoa hangs out with Game of Thrones cast members: Jason Momoa, who will play Aquaman in the upcoming DC film Justice League, posted pictures of himself with the cast of Game of Thrones. Jason Momoa played the role of Khal Drogo, a Dothraki warlord, in HBO fantasy drama before being killed off towards the end of the first season.