The Red Sea Diving Resort trailer: Chris Evans plays undercover agent leading a rescue mission in Netflix film
Inspired by the book 'Mossad Exodus' by Gad Shimron, The Red Sea Diving Resort is set in the '80s and bought to screen by Israeli director Gideon Raff.
Peter Sellers' The Party is the go-to movie for expressing anger over brownface: Is the ire warranted?
I don’t really understand why Peter Sellers felt the need to darken his face for the role in The Party. While I don’t think it makes him look Indian, it certainly makes him look greasy and a little blotchy, unless the belief at the time was that Indians, as an entire race, were a greasy and blotchy people | Kuzhali Manickavel writes in her monthly column 'Allegedly Problematic'
Operation Finale movie review: A film about a high-stakes secret operation is curiously lacking in dread
Although it deals with a fantastic subject, boasts of a superb cast, and makes an honest attempt to tell a remarkable story, Operation Finale ends up delivering a rather uninspired two hours
Scarlett Johansson's Rub and Tug row reveals Hollywood's problematic streak with straight-washing and whitewashing
For both Hollywood and Bollywood, nearly all of the casting decisions centre on the ‘star’ factor and that is why Johnny Depp plays Tonto or Priyanka Chopra plays Mary Kom as it helps the film attract a wider audience.
Operation Finale is about the hunt and capture of the notorious Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in the '60s.
Mahatma Gandhi on screen: Tracing the portrayal of 'father of the nation' in Indian films, beyond Ben Kingsley
Playing Gandhi on film or the stage has come a long way.
On Mahatma Gandhi's 148th birth anniversary, a look at films that presented a look into his life and how influential his ideologies were
3 April 1919, marked the day of one of the worst political acts of violence we have ever seen — the Jallianwala Bagh massacre
From the film Gandhi starring Oscar winning actor Ben Kingsley to Lage Raho Munnabhai, filmmakers and playwrights have always been fascinated by the Mahatma.
'Hannibal', Mario Puzo's 'Omerta', 'The Punisher', Woody Allen and more in this week's TV wrap-up.
The Jungle Book has received an overwhelming response at the box office in India
'Jungle, jungle pata chala hai, chaddi pehen ke phool khila hai' — the old Mowgli song has been revived for the new 'Jungle Book' film
Disney's The Jungle Book, starring 12-year-old Indian-American Neel Sethi as Mowgli, has a special treat in store for Indian fans
The trailer of The Jungle Book was released on Sunday during the Super Bowl broadcast
The Walk is a Hollywoodised story for those who haven’t seen the documentary Man on Wire and the filmmakers have played it safe to deliver a short climactic spectacle, rather than a truly compelling story.
Perhaps the most poignant part of The Walk is seeing the twin towers of New York standing, like sentinels in the Manhattan Skyline.
We see glimpses of all our favorite characters: Bageera, Sher Khan and even an evil looking Chimpanzee in Jungle Book
What I learnt in Gandhi is paying off now: Ben Kingsley on playing a Sikh character in 'Learning to Drive'
Ben Kingsley talked to Firstpost about how this is the first time in Hollywood history that a Sikh character has been placed in a leading role
The film is as much about the universal themes of love and loss as it is about two different worlds.
Exodus: Gods and Kings shows us that Hollywood is uncomfortable with issues of race and ethnicity.