|US Release Date||10/16/2013|
A man who is believed to be Michael Jackson's illegitimate son has tested 99.9 per cent positive as a DNA match to the King of Pop.
Actress Kristen Bell and her husband Dax Shepard have confronted an owner of a paparazzi photo agency and one of his snappers during a heated debate on U.S. television, in an effort to stop photographers from taking pictures of celebrities' kids.
Hollywood veteran Kevin Costner is set to be feted for his career achievements with the Cinema Icon Award at an upcoming Las Vegas film convention.
James Bond star Ralph Fiennes once auditioned for the role of the movie superspy but lost out to Pierce Brosnan.
Gwyneth Paltrow has become the new face of natural luxury skin care line Restorea.
A brief guide to the sci-fi epic's less familiar cast members
An office romance should be in the works.
Music mogul Simon Cowell has hit back at critics who blasted him for taking baby Eric on holiday to Miami when he was only 10 days old.
Bruce Springsteen thrilled a group of Australian violinists by inviting them to perform with him at his show in Brisbane this week (ends02Mar14).
Jack Nicholson, Eva Mendes and Anjelica Huston were among the stars who turned out to mark the 82nd birthday of late screen legend Dame Elizabeth Taylor on Thursday (27Feb14).
|Ronit Roy||Actor||Ayushman Thakur||1||1000005|
|Laxman Utekar||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Sukant Panigrahy||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Leslie Fernandes||Sound Designer||n/a||120915||14000001|
He’s the ultimate CEO. He can out-business any expert, and he does so with class. He’s the epitome of tradition, and yet you’ve become such good friends you can finish each other’s sentences. You go to each other for advice. You know each other better than you know yourselves.
At Tokyo's House of Blue Leaves nightclub, The Bride faces down her nemesis and now yakuza boss, Cottonmouth, aka O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu). But before their final showdown, The Bride must first cut her way through--literally--hundreds of masked, black-clad martial arts soldiers known as as the The Crazy 88's.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.