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Margot Robbie reveals title of Suicide Squad spin-off

Margot Robbie-starrer Suicide Squad spin-off will see the actor reprising her role of Harley Quinn, while Ewan McGregor will play the villain, Black Mask.

Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower split after two decades of marriage

Robert Di Niro married Grace Hightower in 1997 after dating for a decade. The actor and Hightower met in 1987 when she was working at the famed eatery Mr. Chow in London.

Actor Jay Chou to join Vin Diesel in xXx 4

Musician and actor Jay Chou is joining Hollywood star Vin Diesel in the fourth installment of the xXx franchise.

Aquaman trailer: Jason Momoa plays the ‘protector of the deep’

The latest trailer of Aquaman shows the training that Arthur has undergone to be the ruler of Atlantis. Aquaman releases on December 14 in Indian theaters.

Mary Poppins Returns to release in India on January 4

The new sequel to Disney's 1964 film Mary Poppins has Emily Blunt stepping into the shoes of veteran actor Julie Andrews as the prim and proper nanny with magical skills.

I think the world is ready for a gay children’s icon: Fantastic Beasts 2 actor Jude Law

Jude Law on stepping into Albus Dumbledore’s slippers, Johnny Depp's future with Fantastic Beasts and the mixed blessing of his own good looks.

Happy 90th birthday, Mickey Mouse: 10 interesting facts about Disney’s mascot

Disney is a lot more than its cartoons these days. It owns franchises like Star Wars and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Mickey Mouse still remains its symbol and the company is still often informally referred to as the House of Mouse.

Justice League: One year on, still an unmitigated disaster

Justice League is one of the most expensive movies of all time. It was made on a reported budget of over 300 million dollars, not including marketing and reshoot costs. It managed to gross only 658 million dollars.

Jason Momoa’s Aquaman will release in Telugu as Samudra Puthrudu

The theatrical rights for the Telugu version of Aquaman has been bagged by production house NVR Cinemas.

Oscar Isaac: X-Men Apocalypse was ‘excruciating’

Oscar Isaac, the star of films such as Annihilation, Ex Machina and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, told GQ in a video interview that he had no idea what he was getting into when he said yes to X-Men: Apocalypse.

Armie Hammer apologises for controversial Stan Lee comments

Armie Hammer has issued an apology for questioning the way some celebrities have honoured comic book legend Stan Lee.

Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald actor Alison Sudol says Johnny Depp was generous with her

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald explores the story of Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp), showing his power to influence people to embrace the dark world. Alison Sudol essays the role of mind-reading Queenie in the franchise.

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