Nicolaj Coster-Waldau

  • 12 Magic Movie Moments That Happened By Mistake

    What should have happened: In a climactic scene of Chris Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’, The Joker (Heath Ledger) casually walks away from the hospital, detonating the bombs he’s planted causing a huge explosion. Ledger never breaking character, stopped, gave the detonator a comical shake, tried the…

    Tom Butler
  • Anne Hathaway, 32, Is Already Losing Roles to Younger Actresses

    In Hollywood, 32 is apparently over the hill. "I can't complain about it because I benefited from it," Hathaway says. Obviously, Hathaway isn't the first victim of ageism in Hollywood: Earlier this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal revealed she'd been told that, at 37, she was "too old" to the play the love…

    TV Guide
  • Mark Ruffalo Reveals the Reason Hulk Won't Be in "Civil War"

    There will be no "Hulk Smash" in next year's Marvel film.

    Comicvine
  • Chris Evans on Saying Goodbye to Marvel: ‘It’s Almost Terrifying to Think About’

    Don’t leave us, Captain America! Chris Evans and (most of) the Avengers cast wrapped filming on Captain America: Civil War late last month, marking Evans' fifth film in his six-picture contract with Marvel Studios. In an interview with ETonline, the 34-year-old actor explains why having another…

    ETonline
  • Fall Movie Preview: Fukunaga, Netflix set out for new worlds

    NEW YORK (AP) — Cary Fukunaga's first feature film, "Sin Nombre"— which translates to "Nameless," was a Spanish-language drama about Honduran immigrants. His latest, "Beasts of No Nation," is a brutal story about a boy drafted into a West African rebel army.

    Associated Press
  • New ‘LatinHeat Cinema’ Streaming Service to Launch

    Latin Heat Media LLC and non-profit org American Latino Theatre (ALT) have joined forces to launch LatinHeat Cinema, a streaming service aimed at both the 54 million-strong U.S. Latino market as well as international auds. The new platform addresses the paucity of distribution opportunities for…

    Variety
  • Studio Ghibli’s Final Film Will Play At London Film Festival

    With the announcement of the films for the upcoming 59th London Film Festival, they include Studio Ghibli’s ‘When Marnie Was There’ and Mamoru Hosoda’s ‘The Boy and the Beast’, to the delight of UK-based anime fans.

    Mike P Williams
  • Force Friday: A Star Wars bonanza for toy makers, retailers

    Hasbro, Toys 'R' Us, and Lego are among the companies cashing in on The Force Awakens craze.

    Fortune
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    Sooraj and Athiya on DID (7 photos)

    The stars of our industry leave no stone unturned when it comes to promotions of their movie. We see them running in and out cities and countries around the world just to reach their target audience. We caught the debutant stars of the movie ‘Hero’ on Dance India Dance.

    Yahoo India Movies
  • Idris Elba Responds to James Bond Author’s ‘Too Street’ Remark

    LONDON — Idris Elba, whose “Beasts of No Nation” had its world premiere in Venice this week, has responded to James Bond author Anthony Horowitz’s comment that Elba was “too street” to play 007. Horowitz, who has added to the novel franchise created by Ian Fleming with a new 007 adventure called…

    Variety
  • The Lobster: Colin Farrell Stars In Trailer For Weirdest-Looking Film Of The Year

    The first trailer for ‘The Lobster’, the new film from Yorgos Lanthimos, has arrived and it’s weird - very weird - but we love it. From the director of the critically-acclaimed Greek drama ‘Dogtooth’ which won the Prix Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2009, the similarly idiosyncratic ‘The Lobster’…

    Tom Butler
  • Trailer: Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Nailing It Yet Again

    The trailer of the film ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ is finally out. Once again with the punch lines and a realistic feel, ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ is giving a competition to its prequel. The sequel will see actors Nushrat Bharucha, Sonali Sehgall, Ishita Sharma and lead actor Kartik Tiwari in their…

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  • Venice Final Cut Workshop Pacts With Egypt’s Mad Solutions and Abu Dhabi’s Sanad

    The Venice Film Market’s Final Cut in Venice workshop, which provides support and partnership opportunities to films from Africa and the Arab world, has partnered with Cairo and Abu Dhabi-based marketing and distribution company Mad Solutions and also with Abu Dhabi’s Sanaad fund. These…

    Variety
  • Journalist Behind Drowned Syrian Toddler Photo Tells Her Story: "We Were Shocked"

    Nilufer Demir, a photojournalist from Turkey, describes the heartwrenching scene from the frontlines of Europe's migrant crisis, which has sent shockwaves around the world.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Review: 'Transporter' a cinematic bumpy ride

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — If nothing else, this reboot of the Transporter franchise should do wonders for Audi sales, not to mention car safety. Every passenger who sets foot in the tricked-out, gleaming German automobile driven by the titular character is immediately ordered to fasten their seat belt.…

    Associated Press
  • Disney-Imax’s ‘Beautiful Planet’ Documentary Gets April Release

    Disney and Imax have set an April 29 release for their co-production of the Toni Myers documentary “A Beautiful Planet” — a week after the traditional Earth Day celebration. “A Beautiful Planet” will receive a special presentation at the Giant Screen Cinema Association’s International Conference…

    Variety
  • Film Review: ‘Life in a Walk’

    Yogi Roth’s documentary “Life in a Walk” has a simple premise: After his father Will receives a prostate cancer diagnosis, Yogi realizes how much he’d hate to find himself wishing they’d spent more time together, and asks him to come along for a two-week walk along the famous Camino de Santiago…

    Variety