As it unfolds, Things Heard and Seen becomes more a story of marriage than of ghosts and spirits, shattering the illusion of a life two people have built together to reveal the imperceptible horrors buried underneath.
Michael Douglas said Anne Douglas, his stepmother, “will always be in our hearts.”
Huma Qureshi debuts her character poster from Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead, says 'keeping my duties as a professional'
The movie, starring Dave Bautista in the lead, will premiere on Netflix on 21 May
The goodbye drills of Nomadland: Rethinking the cinema of travelling, through the 2021 Best Picture Oscar winner
In Nomadland emerges the truth that we don’t travel to forget, we travel to forgive.
Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse does the bare minimum to stand out in an already cluttered genre of rogue spies seeking vengeance.
The Wonder will go on floors in August with the first leg of the shooting in Ireland.
“Newtro” or new retro is seen in popular neighbourhoods of Seoul; music videos like 'Dynamite,' by BTS, and 'Woowa,' by Dia; and television shows like Mr Sunshine.
Oscars 2021: Anthony Hopkins opens up on his 'easy' role in The Father, and how he wishes to go on for another 20 years
"You have to know how to turn on that electricity. And I know how to switch it on. I’ve been doing it for a long time," says Anthony Hopkins about how less-is-more on screen
'A kid in a candy store': Without Remorse star Michael B Jordan on being part of the Tom Clancy universe
Without Remorse star Michael B Jordan opens up about fostering inclusivity in Hollywood, and striking comfortable balance between entertainment and activism.
Oscars 2021: All you need to know about the two foundations conferred upon humanitarian awards for philanthropic work
The Motion Picture & Television Fund Foundation, the first organisation to win the special humanitarian Oscar, received a personal introduction from #BryanCranston to celebrate its 100th anniversary of providing for the needy of the film industry
Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way acquires English remake rights to Oscar-winning Danish film Another Round
Another Round director Thomas Vinterberg was reportedly interested in the idea of Leonardo DiCaprio of taking on the role of schoolteacher Martin (Mads Mikkelsen), which paved the way for the deal.
Indian echoes at the Oscars 2021 were faint but distinct, with My Octopus Teacher taking home the best documentary feature prize and the ceremony paying tributes to actor Irrfan Khan and costume designer Bhanu Athaiya.
Oscars 2021: Anthony Hopkins pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman after Best Actor award win for The Father
Anthony Hopkins, the oldest winner of the award, said he did not expect to get this honour and feels very privileged.
Pandemic releases Karnan, Vakeel Saab, Sulthan, Godzilla vs Kong momentarily revive South Indian box office
Besides Tamil and Telugu films like Master, Krack, Uppena, Jathi Ratnalu, RED, Naandhi, and Zombie Reddy, Hollywood juggernaut Godzilla vs King emerged as a hit in the South Indian states before COVID-19 curbs were reinforced.
Oscars 2021: Florian Zeller opens up on The Father win, and looking forward to his next film The Son
Florian Zellar revealed he has already settled on his next film project, an adaptation of another of his plays, The Son, which belongs to the same trilogy as The Father.
Despite the historic debut, Japanese animated movie Demon Slayer was beaten over the weekend by another release: Mortal Kombat, which raked in $22.5 million at the North American box office.
Oscars 2021: With a format revamp, shorter runtime, pandemic-safe edition was a subdued and sincere affair
Oscars 2021 offered a more intimate setting that felt like a throwback to the earliest days of the award show, when they were just an untelevised banquet for 270 people.
Oscars 2021: Irrfan Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Chadwick Boseman remembered during In-memoriam segment
The Academy also paid tribute to Rishi Kapoor, Bhanu Athaiya, Kelly Preston, Helen McCrory, and Sean Connery among others
When it was Close’s turn, EU’s 'Da Butt' played for a few seconds. Howery expressed doubt that Close would know the song, but she proved him wrong.
While a sweep of the acting categories by people of colour did not materialise, there were plenty of other firsts - from directing breakthroughs to honours for ageing winners