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The 'Slumdog Millionaire' star will play one of the live-action characters in Warner Bros.' 'Jungle Book: Origins', which marks Serkis' directorial debut.
The pair who played on-screen couple in 'Slumdog Millionaire' have ended their real-life romance after dating for about six years.
The clip, which the singer helps direct, sees Freida Pinto as a stripper whom he's 'making love like gorillas' with.
While the '127 Hours' actor gets sleek in dark colored plaid suit, the 'Slumdog Millionaire' actress becomes the belle of the ball with her eye-catching green frock.
Speaking of her photo shoot for GQ magazine, the 'Slumdog Millionaire' beauty insists she was not manipulated to take part and stresses, 'The decision to do those pictures was mine.'
Ruling out any all-singing, all-dancing Bollywood movie, Freida Pinto however said she would like to do an Indian-language film.
Although admitting that she felt 'uncomfortable' filming the harrowing scene in 'Miral', the actress says, 'I feel having her there after the scene really helped her as well as me.'
Asked if she wants to follow fellow young star Miley Cyrus to embark on a pop career, the 'Last Airbender' star admits, 'I can't sing for my life! ...I can dance but I can't sing.'
The 'Bruce Almighty' actor gets forty-six percent of the votes in an online poll to find out who people want to see as the depicter of the U.S.' personification in a movie
Claiming that he cannot quit one career to pursue the other, the 'Last Airbender' star explains, 'I'm not one of my parts, I'm the sum of my parts.'
He insists it would be awkward if he has to work with her again because they were not so much lovers back in 'Slumdog Millionaire'.