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Mrs. Doubtfire sequel in the works

Categories: Featured, Movies

Tags: Chris Columbus, Mrs. Doubtfire, Robin Williams, sequel

More than 20 years after the original hit theatres, the comedy Mrs. Doubtfire is prepping for a sequel, reuniting American comedy icon Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus for a fresh tale about Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire.

Pierce Brosnan says he 'was never good enough' at James Bond

Categories: Movies

Tags: film

220-pierce-brosnan-05002021.jpgPierce Brosnan can't watch his own performances as James Bond, he told The Telegraph in an interview on Saturday, saying he was "just never good enough."

J.K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts film to be trilogy

Categories: Books, Movies

Tags: Fantastic Beasts, Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling, movies, trilogy

Soaring dragons, giant three-headed dogs, talking spiders: the fantastic beasts of Harry Potter's world are apparently headed back to a screen near a new film trilogy. The revelation follows the now de rigueur notion that all YA-inspired movie adaptations must come in threes and the belief that pop culture fans can't get enough of producers milking these make-believe worlds.

FILM REVIEW: The Lunchbox

Categories: Movies

Tags: dabbawala, Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Ritesh Batra, The Lunchbox

Two strangers in the bustling metropolis of Mumbai are unexpectedly united by the city's famed midday-meal couriers in The Lunchbox, a delicious treat that will wash away the taste of prefab Hollywood love stories and a tale to truly savour, says Eli Glasner.

Justin Bieber deposition video: Will bratty behaviour further hurt his career?

Categories: Celebrities

Tags: behaviour, Justin Bieber, lawsuit, legal, reputation

Justin Bieber's bad-boy antics, brushes with the law and regular displays of bratty behaviour increasingly overshadow his musical career, with excerpts from a new deposition video once again marring the Canadian pop singer's reputation.

Olympic throwback: the history of art medals at the Games

Categories: Art & Design

Tags: art, competition, John Weinzweig, medals, Olympics

Brace yourselves, Olympics-watchers: put aside snowboarding, hockey and skiing for a minute. Did you know that beyond handing out awards for, say, ice skating or curling, the International Olympic Committee once handed out prizes for art?

Lea Michele unveils Cory Monteith tribute song You're Mine

Categories: Celebrities, Music, Television

Tags: Cory Monteith, Glee, Lea Michele, tribute, You're Mine

Nearly seven months after Canadian actor Cory Monteith's death, the late Glee star's on-and-offscreen girlfriend Lea Michele has unveiled a tribute song in his honour: the upbeat, romantic track You're Mine from her forthcoming solo debut album Louder. petition urges Justin Bieber's deportation

Categories: Celebrities, Music, Social Media

Tags: antics, bad-boy, charges, court, deportation, Justin Bieber, online petition

Poor li'l Justin Bieber: 2014 just doesn't seem to be shaping up any better than his disastrous past year, with a new "We the People" online petition at calling for the troubled singer's ejection from the U.S. and return to Canada.

Michael Bay's onstage CES flub

Categories: Celebrities, Movies, Social Media

Tags: CES, Michael Bay, Samsung, stage fright

He's in the highest echelon of Hollywood directors known for big-budget explosions and bone-crunching spectacle, but Michael Bay is also just like us: a regular joe who can flub a major presentation, as seen at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

Game of Thrones set for video game treatment by Walking Dead hitmaker

Categories: Gaming, Television

Tags: Game of Thrones, Telltale Games, The Walking Dead, video game

After earning widespread kudos for its video game treatment of The Walking Dead, Telltale Games has landed another major entertainment world property: Game of Thrones.

Paul Walker honoured with Fast & Furious video tribute

Categories: Celebrities, Movies, Social Media

Tags: Fast and Furious, homage, Paul Walker, tribute, video

As actor Paul Walker's fans continue to gather daily in tribute at the California crash site where he died on the weekend, the studio behind the blockbuster Fast & Furious series has offered its own emotional homage to the star with a video montage from the films that's quickly going viral.