2013: A year for sequels in Hollywood


Entering 2013, Hollywood is preparing to doll out sequels like Iron Man, Die Hard, The Hunger Games, Thor and The Fast and the Furious.

James Bond's Skyfall sets £100m record in Britain, joins Oscar run


The latest James Bond film Skyfall has become the first movie ever to take £100 million at the British box office, it was announced recently. The Bond blockbuster has also joined Oscar-tipped films like Steven Spielberg's Lincoln and Iran spy drama Argo on the Producers Guild of America best film shortlist.

Brangelina's party sparks wedding rumours


Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have once again left people talking about their marriage plans after they were seen having a merry time with a gathering of close friends and family.

Hugh Hefner marries on New Year's Eve


Playboy boss Hugh Hefner wed his girlfriend Crystal Harris at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills here on New Year's Eve.

Demi Moore `shocked` by ex-Ashton Kutcher’s divorce papers


Demi Moore has reportedly been left shocked after her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court last week.

I am not running for the senate: Ben Affleck


Actor-director Ben Affleck has denied the possibility of being Senator John Kerry's potential successor, insisting he is not running for office.

I always wanted to be a movie star: Tom Cruise


Hollywood star Tom Cruise says he always wanted to be a movie star!

Brangelina enjoy romantic date, away from kids


Hollywood celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie left their six children in the care of nannies and enjoyed a romantic date in the English countryside.

Katie Holmes spends 30,000 pounds on Suri's Christmas presents


Actress Katie Holmes has reportedly spent more than 30,000 pounds on Christmas presents for her daughter Suri. the present includes, Victorian playhouse, an iPad mini, kids’ version of a Mercedes, a Ralph Lauren dress and a Chloe fur coat.

TOP 5: Most awaited Hollywood biopics of 2013


Hollywood has always looked for inspiration from various quarters. After comics, book adaptations, sequels, trilogy and franchises, it is now focusing on portraying onscreen lives of those whose names have gone down in history.