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The 'Interstellar' actor says he no longer has ambitions and is ready to retire after completing the 'Now You See Me' sequel.
Caine slams a German media report which suggests Connery suffers from Alzheimer's disease, saying, 'This stuff about Alzheimer's is just nonsense.'
The 'Batman Begins' actor stars as an American widower who learns to love life again after meeting a French Cha-Cha teacher, played by Clemence Poesy.
Receiving a medal of Commander of Arts and Letters, the actor says he never though before that the French loved him.
The actor scrapped his plans to expand his restaurant empire to the Caribbean nation after his friend warned him about the possible protest.
The 'Bond' actor, who was bulked up in the 1960s, fought off four men in a club while Caine 'just held his coat.'
The idea of penning a novel came to Michael Caine after he had a talk with Kirk Douglas.
Disappointed with those who have hacked his computer, Kanye West still feels 'blessed' as the leaked song already received glowing reviews from fellow stars.
Michael Caine says the follow-up to 'The Dark Knight' may start filming in May 2011 and he thinks he will join the cast ensemble.
'I had this plot where terrorists fly a plane into a London skyscraper. Then they did it in real life,' the actor shares about his idea for book that really happened in real life.
Confirming the start date for the last 'Twilight' film is Summit Entertainment, while offering the possible shooting schedule for the next 'Batman' movie is actor Michael Caine.
Playing a couple, the twosome was joined by their co-stars Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and many others at the special screening held in London on Thursday, July 8.
Michael Caine has backed the campaign offered by U.K. Prime Minister candidate David Cameron after learning that it gives teenagers a chance to be involved in community work.