Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds has been "mostly drinking" in self-isolation with his actress wife Blake Lively but is also trying to make being at home an "educational experience" for the kids.

Lea Seydoux feels #MeToo movement is full of hypocrisy

Lea Seydoux feels #MeToo movement is full of hypocrisy

London, April 2 (IANS) Hollywood's new-age French import Lea Seydoux feels that the #MeToo movement is riddled with hypocrisy because a lot of victims only chose to speak out after the campaign began.

How COVID-19 killed the 'Bloodshot' box office dream

How COVID-19 killed the 'Bloodshot' box office dream

New Delhi, April 2 (IANS) Vin Diesels "Bloodshot" released when movie theatres around the world were either already shut or in the process of shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, and a producer of the superhero film says the event was a "true black swan" moment for the film.

Emma Watson is fascinated with kink culture

Emma Watson is fascinated with kink culture

London, April 1 (IANS) Actress Emma Watson has confessed that she is fascinated with kink culture.

Dwayne Johnson confirms 'Hobbs & Shaw' sequel

Dwayne Johnson confirms 'Hobbs & Shaw' sequel

Los Angeles, April 1 (IANS) Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson has revealed that a "Hobbs & Shaw" sequel is in development, and he is excited about it.

'Star Wars' actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus

'Star Wars' actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus

Los Angeles, April 1 (IANS) Actor Andrew Jack, best known as the man who played Caluan Ematt in the "Star Wars" series of films, has passed away two days after contracting the novel coronavirus. He was 76.

Jack Black's hilarious 'quarantine dance' debut on TikTok

Jack Black's hilarious 'quarantine dance' debut on TikTok

Los Angeles, April 1 (IANS) Hollywood star Jack Black made his debut on TikTok with a gleeful shirtless 'quarantine dance'.

COVID-19 update: Idris Elba feeling better, but in 'limbo' amid pandemic

COVID-19 update: Idris Elba feeling better, but in 'limbo' amid pandemic

Los Angeles, April 1 (IANS) Actor Idris Elba said he and his wife Sabrina are "asymptomatic" after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus, but are still feeling the effects of the global pandemic.