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  • Jennifer Lawrence felt violated post nude photo leak

    Jennifer Lawrence found her photo hacking scandal in 2014 “unbelievably violating”, and admits she is still “processing” the ordeal. The 27-year-old had her world turned upside down when personal photos were stolen from her phone during a hacking scandal in 2014, and although the event took place three years ago, the star admits she is still “processing” what happened, reports Independent.co.uk.

  • Kristen Stewart feels Twilight helped her evolve

    Kristen Stewart feels ‘lucky’ for the experience she had while filming for “Twilight” series. The “Snow White and the Huntsman” actor said that playing the character of Bella really helped her shape as a

  • Unconditional love, spoiling is different, says Julia Roberts

    Julia Roberts has said that people should understand the difference between loving their children and spoiling them. The 50-year-old actor plays the role of a mother in “Wonder”. The film also stars Room” actor Jacob Tremblay, who plays Auggie Pullman, a young boy born with a rare genetic disorder named Treacher Collins.

  • Motherhood is making Jessica Biel crazy

    Jessica Biel has said being a mother to her two-year-old son, Silas, is a stressful job and it is making her “crazy”. The 35-year-old actor, who shares her only child with actor-singer husband Justin Timberlake, said motherhood is taking a toll on her, reports Daily Telegraph.

  • Henry Cavill finds ‘Justice League’ characters relatable

    Henry Cavill says the superheroes from his upcoming film “Justice League” are characters with humane traits that seem larger-than-life due to the demands of the story. The 34-year-old actor, who plays Superman in the movie from the DC Universe, says anyone who watches the Joss Whedon directorial will be able to associate with the heroes, reports ScreenRant.

  • Julianne Moore doesn’t wants actors as politicians

    Julianne Moore said she cannot visualise entertainment figures such as her “Suburbicon” director George Clooney as political leaders. Clooney, who is politically active and leans towards the Democratic Party, has often been touted as a future candidate for the post of the USA president.

  • Sandra Bullock takes on the senator’s role

    Sandra Bullock is set to star as Texas senator Wendy Davis in “Let Her Speak”. Davis’ 11-hour filibuster helped stall an anti-abortion bill in the Texas state house. Todd Black and Jason Blumenthal are on board to produce through their Escape Artists banner, reported Variety.

  • Women should speak about abuse, says Monica Bellucci

    Monica Bellucci thinks it is important now for women to come forward about harassment and assault as they have long been told to stay silent. The actor said those criticising the women, who have come forward against Harvey Weinstein, for not speaking up earlier should understand that it takes courage to open up like that.

  • Ezra Miller was told coming out as gay was ‘silly’

    Ezra Miller, who will be next seen in DC superhero movie ‘Justice League’, revealed that he was told he had done a “silly thing” by revealing he was gay. While opening about his sexuality, the 25-year-old actor shared that he was subsequently told by numerous people that the decision to come out would harm his future career prospects, according to Metro.co.uk.

  • Ray Fisher wants standalone Cyborg movie

    Ray Fisher said he wants the upcoming “Cyborg” standalone movie to be an “intimate” story and not have any appearances by other DC superheroes. The 30-year-old actor will make his DC Extended Universe debut with “Justice League”, reported Contactmusic. “Things are in development. If I had my druthers, I think a Cyborg standalone would be a slightly more intimate story. One of the things that I always think is interesting with these sort of

  • Jessica Chastain wants to be a part of ‘It’ sequel

    Jessica Chastain has shown interest in starring in the sequel to the horror blockbuster movie “It”. Andy Muschietti, who directed “It,” is expected to return for the second installment. Producers Barbara Muschietti, Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg are also believed to be onboard.

  • Kate Winslet worries over pressure to be ‘perfect’

    Kate Winslet says she is worried about the pressure that young girls have in mind about looking in “perfect” shape.Winslet feels in today’s times, people celebrate curves more, reports dailymail.co.uk.”Not so much. We have celebrated curves more in the last five years,” Winslet told dailymail.co.uk.

  • Adam Driver felt sick while watching his on screen avatar

    Adam Driver says he felt nauseous when he watched the film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. The 33-year-old actor, who plays antagonist Ben Solo/Kylo Ren in the film from the popular sci-fi franchise, admitted he felt he would “puke” when he saw his on-screen avatar kill off his father Hans Solo, played by veteran actor Harrison Ford.

  • Scarlett Johansson joins ‘Reflective Light’

    Scarlett Johansson is in early negotiations to star in “Reflective Light”. The drama from Focus Features will mark the directorial debut of art photographer Gregory Crewdson, reported Variety.Marc Platt is producing along with Platt Productions’ Jared LeBoff.

  • Tom Cruise is Pioneer of the Year

    Hollywood star Tom Cruise has been named the recipient of the annual honour by Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation. Cruise will be given the award on April 25 at CinemaCon, the National Association of Theater Owners’ annual convention in Las Vegas.

  • Sharon Stone play a drug kingpin

    Sharon Stone is all set to feature in a dark comedic thriller, “Sunny”. The 59-year-old actor will essay the title role of a drug kingpin, mob mistress and devoted single mother, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Felt so small after being sexually harassed: Anna Faris

    Washington D.C.: Hollywood actress and comedienne Anna Faris has revealed that she felt really “small” after being sexually harassed by a Hollywood director.