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Leonardo DiCaprio felt 'Revenant' set was colder than 'Titanic' scene

Leonardo DiCaprio felt 'Revenant' set was colder than 'Titanic' scene

Los Angeles - Leonardo DiCaprio says shooting 'The Revenant' was colder than being submerged in icy waters in the final scenes of 'Titanic'.

DiCaprio won the best actor Bafta award while the film bagged four other trophies at the ceremony last night.

The actor and the crew of the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's film had a tough time capturing the survival drama in harsh weather conditions as the director insisted on shooting only in natural light.

DiCaprio, 41, however, does not regret the discomforts of playing Hugh Glass, a role that saw him sleeping in a horse carcass and eating raw bison liver, as he feels they have a great movie to show at the end of it, reported People magazine.


Filmaker Trisha Ray directs Mahie Gill in 'Orphan Train'

Filmaker Trisha Ray directs Mahie Gill in 'Orphan Train'

Houston - Mahie Gill stars in award winning filmmaker Trisha Ray's next venture 'Orphan Train' and the actress says working on the thriller was a memorable experience.

The 40-year-old actress, best known for her role of Paro in Anurag Kashyap's critically acclaimed film 'Dev D', is playing the lead role in the independent American film.

"I loved the character that I portrayed and Trisha is the funniest and intelligent director, she is superb and I am sure we will work more together soon," Mahie told PTI.

The 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster' actress plays the role of an Environmental Protection Agent 'Helen Prost', who is on a mission to investigate the involvement of radioactive isotopes in the deaths of children kidnapped by the local cartel.


Emma Roberts to return for 'Scream Queens 2'

Emma Roberts to return for 'Scream Queens 2'

Los Angeles - Actress Emma Roberts is set to reprise her role as Chanel Oberlin on the second season of TV series 'Scream Queens'.

Following speculations on who's back for the new instalment of the hit FOX horror comedy series, the actress herself has confirmed that she will return, reported E! Online.

"Yeah, Chanel is back!" Roberts, 25, said at the Ralph Lauren Polo presentation at New York Fashion Week. "I'm so excited for season two of Scream Queens because I can only imagine what the writers have in store for Chanel."

Season 2 will be set in a hospital and will reportedly feature four new male characters, who are all doctors.


Hannibal Buress joins 'Baywatch' movie cast!

Hannibal Buress joins 'Baywatch' movie cast!

Los Angeles - Comedian Hannibal Buress has joined the star cast of Paramount's 'Baywatch', a big-screen adaptation of the popular 1990s TV series of the same name.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 33-year-old actor will play one of the locals in the bay community in the film, which also stars Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Zac Efron and Bollywood star Priyanak Chopra, who plays the villain in the film.

The 'Baywatch' movie is directed by Seth Gordon and will center on the leader of an elite group of lifeguards, played by Johnson, who is forced to team up with Efron's young former Olympian character in order to save the beloved bay.


Sixth 'Transformers' movie to be a Bumblebee spin-off

Sixth 'Transformers' movie to be a Bumblebee spin-off

Los Angeles - The sixth instalment in the hit "Transformers" franchise will be a movie about one of its popular characters, Bumblebee.

Paramount and Hasbro have revealed that fans can expect one "Transformers" film a year starting in 2017, with "Transformers 5" scheduled to hit theaters June 23, reported Aceshowbiz.

The Bumblebee film is set for a June 8, 2018, release, with the third of these announced films due out June 28, 2019.

Tom Warner, the "Transformers" franchise leader for Hasbro, further explained the plans.

"This summer we worked closely with a talented team of A-list screenwriters to map out the future of the 'Transformers' cinematic universe, and as Brian announced earlier, things kick off in a major way in


Adele accused of normalising sexual harassment with 'Hello'

Adele accused of normalising sexual harassment with 'Hello'

Los Angeles - Members of a US university group have accused Adele's smash hit song 'Hello' of normalising sexual harassment.

The University of Oklahoma's Gender + Equality Center's members have distributed campaign posters featuring popular song lyrics to promote Stalking Awareness Month.

On the poster, they have used the Hello lyrics, "I must have called a thousand times" followed by slogan, "Even great songs can normalize sexual harassment."

Kathy Moxley, director of the Gender + Equality Center, explained that the song was chosen to raise awareness during 'Stalking Awareness Month'.


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