Actor Vicky Kaushal, who is best known for performance in award-winning film Masaan, is likely to star opposite Alia Bhatt in Meghna Gulzar's next film. The movie will reportedly be based on Harinder Sikka's book Calling Sehmat
Jacqueline and Taapsee have "parallel tracks and the script demands that they work together for only a few scenes in the climax"
War For The Planet Of The Apes Trailer: A determined and revengeful Woody Harrelson is the Colonel, who headlines the mission to bring the genetically modified ape down. Part of his motivational speech says: "There are times when it's necessary to abandon our humanity, to save humanity."
Kangana Ranaut gave explosive interviews while promoting Rangoon hinting at her cold war with co-star Shahid Kapoor
Rangoon: Kangana Ranaut, who plays a filmstar in the film said that Vishal Bharadwaj has a habit of reinventing his actors and he captured her real beauty
Woody Harrelson may play mentor to Star Wars protagonist Han Solo in the film
"I'd be lying if I said there weren't pangs of regret," said JJ Abrams, who handed over director's duties to Ryan Johnson
"With films that top secret, they don't give you the actual lines. So they give you a scene from Pride and Prejudice, but then they tell you you're auditioning for the baddie. If you're me, you then put some ridiculous voice on," said Eddie Redmayne
"I loved the action side of it because it's something I've never done before. I learnt how to do Kung Fu and now I've become obsessed with stunts and being on wires," Felicity Jones said
Although the trailer begins in modern-day Paris, true to its source material, Wonder Woman features Gal as mystical princess Diana of Themyscira who battles villains during World War I
"We have only 30 minutes of a fantasy kingdom whereas Baahubali is set entirely in a fictional kingdom. So our scale is much smaller. We have only three major war scenes. Our budgets are also much lesser than Baahubali so you can't compare the two," said production and art designer Rajeevan
The film is based on the memoir of US Air Force Major Mary Jennings Hegar, who served multiple tours in Afghanistan as a rescue helicopter pilot