Chris loves to play
larger than life hero
ANYONE who´s seen
hit The Avengers, or
for that matter Thor
(2011), has a hard
time thinking of Chris
Hemsworth as anyone but the
hammer-wielding god of thunder,
Thor. If he´d had his way,
however, the Australian.
|Fiji has a package to
suit every pocket |
|ILIKE backpackers as individuals
and tolerate them in small groups,
but this crowd terrified me. They
were lining up for a bright yellow
catamaran called the Yasawa
Flyer to speed from Fiji´s main
island to some of its tiniest and most idyllic.
And I was with them, worried I was
about to spend my five precious days in
paradise on a spring break-style debauch.
That was until I overheard a woman
with cropped blond hair talking to a
group of young Americans who appeared
not quite as sunscreen-slathered or iPodattached
as the rest. "Can you imagine if
you were living on an island that had not
had much contact with the western
World and everyone was coming and getting... |
|Director Cameron sees slow
takeoff for 3D at home |
|HOME viewing of
movies in three
be slow to catch
on until technology
improvements deliver highquality
viewing without special
3D glasses, according to James
Cameron, director of films
including The Terminator,
Titanic and Avatar.
Cameron, a fervent believer
in 3D, said a lack of high-quality
content was also a barrier to
wider adoption, but a poor
technology to accommodate
groups of people watching from
different angles without glasses
was the main obstacle.
"The biggest hurdle right now
is the experience in the home.
While it´s quite good, it
requires committing to wearing
glasses," Cameron said.
"It´s a family phenomenon so
it has to be seen from ... |
|Sonakshi´s cousin Bhavna
set to debut in Telugu films |
|AFTER Priyanks Chopra, now
Sonakshi Sinha´s cousin, Bhavna
Ruparel, is set to make her debut as
a full-fledged actress with a Telugu
film and is keen to do meaty roles in movies.
"I am doing a Telugu film, which will start
rolling in November. There are some Hindi
projects as well on the pipeline," Bhavna
The 23-year-old is not new to the
arclights as she did a video with Ken Ghosh
when she was eight years old and also featured
as a child artist in Na Tum Jaano Na
Hum (2002) and Joggers´ Park (2003).
When asked about her choice of films, the
aspiring actress said she would like to do
some sensible cinema.
"I don´t believe in this whole game of