New York [U.S.], Mar. 16 : Ian McKellen, who is playing a pivotal character in Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast" has rubbished the entire controversy circling the rumored inclusion of a gay character in the fairy-tale flick.
"People who don't like the idea of gay characters appearing in fairy stories should think what they would think if they were gay themselves and why should they be excluded?" McKellen told CNN at the film's New York premiere.
New York [US], Mar. 11 : In a major embarrassment, while discussing about the ousting of South Korea's President Park Geun-hye via videoconference with a BBC anchor, Professor Robert Kelly's kids crashed in the live session.
During the interview, a little girl wearing a yellow shirt swung open the door to Kelly's office and enthusiastically marched over to her father, reports CNN.
At first, the professor did not seem to notice the commotion behind him, until the host remarked, "I think one of your children has just walked in."
New York [USA], Mar. 9 : Beliebers, be more concious before pinging any social media profile having you star on the DP!
A man, who allegedly posed as Bieber online, has been charged with more than 900 child sex offenses, including rape.
According to a CNN report, the 42-year-old man allegedly used multiple platforms, including Facebook and Skype, to communicate with his victims, Australian police said in a statement.
The man allegedly posed as Bieber in order to solicit explicit images from children under 16.
New York [USA], Mar. 8 : Scarlett Johansson has decided to officially part her ways from her husband Romain Dauriac as she has reportedly filed for divorce.
'The Avengers' actress, who sued Dauriac in Manhattan Supreme Court, stated that their marriage is "irretrievably broken" and asked the judge to give her the primary custody of their 3-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy Dauriac, the New York Post reported.
New York [USA], Mar. 7 : Former television talk show host and comedian David Letterman recently revealed why late night hosts have an "obligation" to take on U.S President Donald Trump.
Speaking to New York Magazine, he said, it is because comedy is "one of the ways that we can protect ourselves" from the president.
Letterman even said that he doesn't pay much attention to late night TV these days, but he wouldn't have to watch long to see his successor, Stephen Colbert, taking on Trump to great success, reports CNN.
New York [USA], Mar. 4 : After doing a bunch of US produced films and earning serious amount of money at the American Box-Office, Sir Patrick Stewart now wants to be 'US Citizen.'
The reason behind this is just to fight President Donald Trump.
The 76 year-old, in a recent interview with The View, shared that he wants to "fight, fight, oppose, oppose," reports CNN.
New York [USA], Feb. 26 : Keeping the trend, set by Meryl Streep at the Golden Globe Award 2017, in mind, expecting a 'political' wave at the 89th Annual Academy Awards is inevitable.
At least, the wave was seen very prominently at Grammys, BAFTA and BRITS.
A survey, by Fox news, has come up with an inference, which says almost 45 percent of attendees at the Oscars can voice their political opinion.
New York [USA] Feb. 26 : Before the world gets to know about the best of best films of 2016 in the 89th Annual Academy Awards, here's list of the worst of the worsts; or perhaps best of the worsts.
Annual Golden Raspberry Awards or Razzies, the exact opposite of Annual Academy Awards, have come up with the list of its winners, on February 25.
Basically, Razzie members, from all over the world, cast their votes and select the "winners" for the best of the worsts.
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