There are many ways in which Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy is dwarfed by its predecessor, The Lord of the Rings. The Hobbit’s padded plot didn’t sit favorably with fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s work, and the final installment didn’t achieve the kind of awards season dominance (or even presence) as Return of the King. Continue reading
The Hindi version of ‘I’ has sort of plateaued out at the Indian box-office after its opening last week. Continue reading
We should all be used to Jennifer Lawrence‘s frank and candid commentary on the red carpet or in interviews, but it’s still a thrill to hear her speak … and she’s still surprising us along the way. Continue reading
As reported earlier, Vijay was supposed to do Anegan, before he himself suggested to director K.V.Anand that Dhanush take up the project. Continue reading
At the BAFTA Tea Party, Henry Cavill was asked several times about Warner Bros. Pictures’ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, coming to theaters on March 25, 2016. Speaking to The Daily Mail (via Henry Cavill News), Cavill was asked what we can expect from the anticipated movie. Continue reading
Let’s begin by making things clear: Kristen Stewart is not, at the age of 24 and with 33 film credits in the past 15 years, quitting Hollywood.
With the nominations for this year’s Oscars announced today, it looks like Disney could be set to scoop a second in a row in the Best Animated Feature category, thanks to ‘Big Hero 6’. Continue reading
Vikram and Amy Jackson starrer Tamil movie “I”, which was formerly called by the name “Ai”, was supposed to release for Diwali. But the release was pushed because the film was not ready.
Ai will be released at Ceylon Theatres on the 14th of January
Well, it’s no big secret that Leonardo DiCaprio is a fan of beautiful women, so this shouldn’t come as a huge shock. Continue reading
Debuting on Broadway in 1987 and revived many times since, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s multi-award-winning musical Into The Woods has shuffled its feet in the Hollywood wings many times over without ever making it to screen. Now, a mere 27 years later, their deliciously dark concoction gets the full Disney treatment. Continue reading