London, July 4 : A blushing James Corden explained Keira Knightley why he cracked a not-so-funny joke on her at the Empire Awards back in 2008.
During a Q and A for their new film ' Begin Again ' in London, Corden, 35, said that he was drunk most of the time and not himself back then, and would never even think of saying something like that now, the Daily Star reported.
New Delhi, July 04 : Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt were recently spotted promoting their upcoming film 'Humpty Sharma ki Dulhaniya' in Mumbai.
Speaking at the event, Bhatt said: "If the audience likes our chemistry in the film, we are happy because it is important to the film, which is a love story."
New Delhi, July 4 : Dipannita Sharma almost fractured her shoulder while shooting for her upcoming horror movie 'Pizza'.
Sources revealed that the '16 December' star was harnessed and manually taped to the wall for 15 hours at a stretch, which resulted in excruciating pain to the actress.
Washington, July 4 - ' Transformers: Age of Extinction' has grossed a whopping 300 million rupees earnings over its opening weekend in India .
According to Viacom18, this has been the third-biggest opening for a Hollywood film in the country, Hollywood Reporter reported.
Washington, July 4 - Justin Bieber wants an "open relationship" with Selena Gomez , as he would like to date other women as well, according to reports.
A source told the HollywoodLife. com that the 20-year-old singer wanted an open relationship with Gomez, and Bieber thought that he could make it happen, Contactmusic reported.
London, July 4 - Shane Warne has admitted that he is dating an Aussie model Emily Scott, who is 14 years younger to him.
The 44-year-old Australian former international cricketer tweeted that he is taking his "girlfriend" to watch Nick Kyrgios's Wimbeldon match and added that she looks "smoking hot too", the Daily Star reported.
Warne was previously engaged to Elizabeth Hurley and has moved on with the 30-year-old television personality. (ANI)
Washington, July 4 - 'Smart boxing gloves' called iPunch are the latest in the gadget world. These gloves can connect to smartphone via Bluetooth and display the power and speed of one's punches.
The concept is the brainchild of Stephen Cains, CEO and Founder of the Responsive Sports start-up, who has been practicing Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) forms of boxing and kickboxing respectively for 16 years, Mashable reports.
Cains said that the idea of developing iPunch came from a desire to improve his training methods. He said that he put sensors on his gloves to measure his performance.
Washington, July 4 - Jessica Alba confessed that late actor Paul Walker had " childlike innocence" and was always up for trying something new.
The 33-year-old beauty, who graced the cover of British GQ magazine in a sexy one piece swimsuit , opened up about her 2005's 'Into the Blue' co-star and said that the 40-year-old ' Fast and the Furious' star didn't care about showbiz and always treated everyone with equality, Us Magazine reported.
Washington, July 4 - The billion-dollar worth copyright violation lawsuit for 'Mission: Impossible- Ghost Protocol', which was slammed against Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, J. J. Abrams and Skydance amongst others, was recently dismissed.
Judge Beverly Reid O'Connell said in his order that the case was let go due to lack of prosecution and not being able to fulfill the orders of the Court, Deadline. com reported.
Washington, July 4 - After Disney's Oscar winning film ' Frozen', queen Elsa may freeze the land of Arendelle again in form of Australian actress Georgina Haig, in the TV series 'Once Upon A Time.'
The 28-year-old star is in talks to join the ABC fantasy series, which will take its storyline from the Hans Christian Anderson novel, and will also cast Elizabeth Lail as Anna, and Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff, Contactmusic reported.
Washington, July 4 - Scientists have synthesized a new theory that the traits that have allowed humans to adapt and thrive in a variety of varying climate conditions evolved in Africa gradually and at separate times.
Many traits unique to humans were long thought to have originated in the genus Homo between 2.4 and 1.8 million years ago in Africa and it was earlier believed that large brain, long legs, the ability to craft tools and prolonged maturation periods have evolved together at the start of the Homo lineage as African grasslands expanded and Earth's climate became cooler and drier.
Washington, July 4 - A highly specialized ligament structure has been identified by the researchers at the Royal Veterinary College that is thought to prevent giraffes' legs from collapsing under the immense weight of these animals.
Christ Basu, a PhD student in the Structure and Motion Lab said that giraffes were heavy animals but had unusually skinny limb bones for an animal of this size which means that their leg bones were under high levels of mechanical stress.
The researchers hypothesized that this arrangement may help solve the mystery of how the giraffes' spindly legs could support its weight.
Washington, July 4 - Scientists have revealed that the controversial signals were not coming from the two planets, which might support life, orbiting the dwarf star Gliese 581.
Suvrath Mahadevan, an assistant professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State, said they have proven that some of the other controversial signals were not coming from two additional proposed Goldilocks planets in the star's habitable zone, but instead were coming from activity within the star itself.
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