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  • I hope to work on projects in Pakistan, says Hollywood VFX artist Laraib Atta

    Laraib Atta, who happens to be the daughter of renowned folk singer Attaullah Khan Esakhailvi, has been quietly making her way in Hollywood as a visual effects artist...

    com: Could you tell me about your childhood in Pakistan? Where did you live and study, and what were your interests growing up as a child?Laraib Atta: I was born and raised in Lahore, where I studied at the Beaconhouse School, Liberty Campus...

  • Foreign front: Hollywood’s Indian invasion

    “Lately, we have been witnessing a rise in Hollywood films with an Indian theme, shot in India...

    Since then over 28 Hollywood films have been shot on various locations throughout India,” said Bilolo Jaipuri, who organises shootings on different locations...

  • We are not any less than Hollywood: Amitabh Bachchan

    Lauded for his role as the grumpy father in Piku, the actor maintained that Hollywood wasn't the only industry where aged actors continued to play groundbreaking roles, reported IANS...

    Whereas we appreciate the creativity and standing of Hollywood in the world of cinema, I do not think we are any less," Bachchan said in an interview...

  • Hollywood scandal

    HARVEY Weinstein’s decades of sexual harassment, coercion, and abuse have come to light in a scandal that has shaken Hollywood...

    The Hollywood mogul’s story was first broken by The New York Times, then followed up with an explosive exposé by Ronan Farrow for The New Yorker...

  • Hundreds join #MeToo march in Hollywood against sexual abuse

    Hundreds of people marched on Sunday in Hollywood, joining a growing movement against sexual harassment and abuse that emerged after movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and later a string of film personalities faced accusations of misconduct...

    Demonstrators gathered at the iconic Dolby Theatre in Hollywood — which hosts the Academy Awards ceremonies — to draw attention to their cause...

  • Motion picture Academy kicks out disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein

    An avalanche of sexual harassment, assault and rape accusations against Weinstein have surfaced since the publication last week of an explosive New York Times report alleging a history of abusive behavior by the Hollywood mogul dating back decades...

    Weinstein's brother and business partner Bob told The Hollywood Reporter in an emotional interview published on Saturday that he knew the tycoon was a cheater, but said he was unaware the...

  • Hundreds in Hollywood march against sexual harassment

    LOS ANGELES: Armed with signs, catchy phrases and a motivation to take #MeToo beyond the internet and into real life, a few hundred women, men and children gathered on Sunday among tourist traps of Hollywood Boulevard to protest sexual harassment...

    The Take Back the Workplace March and the #MeToo Survivors March joined forces in the heart of Hollywood, near the entrance to the Dolby Theatre where the Academy Awards take place...

  • Not just Hollywood

    ONE of the more dubious claims associated with the sordid Harvey Weinstein saga is that the exposure and humiliation of one serial offender somehow constitutes a watershed for Hollywood...

    The idea that every other sexual predator in American showbiz will suddenly be inspired to cease and desist sounds like one of those absurdly happy endings that many Hollywood fantasies are constructed around...

  • Gloria DeHaven, star of Hollywood musicals, dies at age 91

    GLORIA DeHaven, the perky singing actress who starred in a parade of breezy Hollywood musicals in the 1940s and 1950s and gave Frank Sinatra his first big-screen kiss, has died at age 91, her agent said on Monday...

    A versatile singer from a show business family, she thrived in Hollywood musicals, mostly from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio, until the genre fell out of fashion in the 1950s...

  • Hollywood star Ethan Hawke’s third novel is a ‘parable for all ages’

    THOMAS Malory gave us Le Morte d’Arthur in the 15th century; TH White gave us The Once and Future King in the 20th...

    Now the actor and writer Ethan Hawke is due to provide his own take on chivalry in a forthcoming novel, Rules for a Knight, which his publisher is calling “a parable for all ages [with] the appeal of an Arthurian legend and the economy of Aesop”
  • Hollywood’s brightest stars headlined the year’s biggest flops

    THERE’S an easy one: what do George Clooney, Johnny Depp, Reese Witherspoon, Adam Sandler, Mila Kunis, Hugh Jackman and Bradley Cooper have in common?They’re some of the highest-paid hotshots in Hollywood, of course...

    And while it did better abroad, ticket sales weren’t enough to recoup the $140m budget plus marketing costs, according to The Hollywood Reporter...

  • Eid films: a mix treat of Pakistani, Bollywood and Hollywood

    There are six films that the multiplexes and cinema houses (Bambino, Capri) in the city are offering: one, a Bollywood mega project, three from Hollywood and two Pakistani movies, including Bin Roye, that might garner more viewership than expected...

    The film has been released both in India and Pakistan simultaneously...

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