Based on the beloved 1982 children's book by Roald Dahl, The BFG charts the fantastical friendship between a young orphan named Sophie (played by Ruby Barnhill), and a 'Big Friendly Giant' (played by Mark Rylance)
In the aftermath of the Kimye/T-Swift Famous feud, you'll recall, critics flooded Swift's Instagram with emoji snakes. Within a week, the snakes had all inexplicably disappeared, and some mysterious force field seemed to prevent new infestations on Swift's page
"Some people might think we are crazy, but they won't understand our love for Thalaivar. If you're not watching the first show of a Rajinikanth-film on release day, you're breaking a tradition," says 43-year old auto driver Annamalai
"Choosing motherhood over career is empowering. Choosing your career over motherhood is empowering. The Freedom to CHOOSE is empowering," Anushka Sharma tweeted.
"You start off as the Bond girl and then you think it's just the girlfriend and then you are like, 'She is actually (Bond)'. In the trailer, it is him and then (a) bait and switch," said Kristen Stewart
"We have our own image or response to a trailer. In a trailer, you try to depict a story. There are certain elements that shock you but you have to be patient and form your opinion after seeing the film," said Ashutosh Gowariker
"I have that issue. That's the reason I don't watch my films. No matter how big a film it might be, I don't watch my films," said Jimmy
Salman was dressed in a green tee and skull cap. His film Sultan released on Wednesday. It opened to great reviews and was praised by audiences and critics alike. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Sultan also stars Anushka Sharma, Randeep Hooda and Amit Sadh
"Today I watched @TheVikramBhatt n he said-KRK has got big social media power so he should decide whether he wants to be. Recognised as a troll only or respected critic n I am 100% agree with his statement. So thanks to @TheVikramBhatt for showing me right way. (sic)," KRK tweeted
The Wicker Man was Hardys feature film directorial debut, and one of only three that he would direct during his lifetime.
"Those were my early struggling days and I used to feel I don't actually fit into the 'perfect' size of heroines back then in Bollywood. And I used to think that way majorly because of the continuous criticisms I used to face from outsiders," said Madhuri
Alia said she would be happy if she wins the award, but audience approval matters the most. "It's been such a difficult journey. I am grateful that I got an opportunity to play this character. I would be happy if I get an award but I just want the audience approval"