Miss Marple , the elderly heroine of a dozen Agatha Christie novels, is set to return to the big screen, according to a story at The Hollywood Reporter .
The twelve original Marple novel began with “The Thirteen Problems,” the first chapter of which was released as a short story in 1927 and the novel itself published in 1930. The character, Jane Marple, has since appeared in film, television, stage… Continue reading Miss Marple to Return to the Big Screen
Shia LaBeouf as Jason Bourne? It could happen! With Oscar winner Matt Damon no longer in line to play the chiseled international spy first introduced on the silver screen in [...] Continue reading Shia LaBeouf As Jason Bourne? LeBeouf Up For “The Bourne Legacy”
The King’s Speech won the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, giving the film a major Oscar boost four weeks ahead of Hollywood’s biggest night. The British royals drama, which leads this year’s Oscar field with 12 nominations, scooped the Best Ensemble Cast prize (the SAG equivalent of Best Picture) just [...] Continue reading 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards Complete List Of Winners
Salman Khan not only rocked the box office with his blockbuster “Dabangg” but also triumphed at the 17th Annual Star Screen Awards by bagging the best actor trophy for the action-comedy. Vidya Balan walked away with best actress award for her bold and critically appreciated performance in Vishal Bhardwaj’s “Ishqiya”. Overall, “Dabangg” bagged six awards, [...] Continue reading Salman, Vidya win top honours at Star Screen Awards