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Uma Thurman believes she was sexually naive when she appeared in 'Dangerous Liaisons'.
The Hollywood beauty was just 18 when she appeared in the 1988 drama film alongside John Malkovich - who seduced her in the plot - and she admits she hated shooting the love scenes because she felt she was treated like a sex object.
She said: "I could not stand being the inflatable sex doll everyone wanted me to be. I was naive, sexually, when I made that film and it felt paralyzing to be thrust in to this overtly sexual image which had nothing to do with who I was."
The now 42-year-old actress wishes she'd enjoyed herself more when she was younger and not been as cautious with her decisions as she was.
Uma - who has three children, Maya, 14, and son Levon, 10, from her marriage to ex-husband Ethan Hawke, and a one-month-old daughter with her current partner Arpad Busson - believes she was reluctant to be more wild because she was thrust into the limelight from such an early age.
She told The Sun newspaper: "I wish I hadn't listened too closely to the voices of caution. I would be told, in my teens, 'Enjoy yourself, because you might not be an adult woman actor.' When I was in my early 20s, it was, 'Enjoy this, because by your late 20s it might not work.' So in the end, there may not be time to enjoy the journey.
"Once you get a job you will feel different about yourself and establish your own identity. It took me until about 35 to walk without being self-conscious."
A shortlist for the female lead in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' has been drawn up.
Imogen Poots, Felicity Jones and Anna Kendrick are hot contenders to star opposite Chris Evans in the superhero sequel to 2011's hit action flick.
Former love interest Hayley Atwell will not be returning, but the new leading lady is likely to be Sharon Carter, a SHIELD agent and a descendant of Hayley's character from the first film.
Anna is best known for her roles in 'Twilight' and 'Up In The Air', while British actress Felicity recently starred in 'Like Crazy' and Imogen fronted horror comedy remake 'Fright Night'.
The film will be directed by Community's Anthony and Joe Russo, according to DenofGeek.com and the brothers have hinted they are planning a "darker, edgier" take on the Marvel comic classic.
Chris will return in the title role and Anthony Mackie is on board as the Captain's partner Sam Wilson, otherwise known as The Falcon.
The plot for the much-anticipated movie has yet to be revealed, but the story is likely to center around a comic book storyline from 2000 involving former hero Bucky Barnes who is reprogrammed as a Soviet assassin called the Winter Soldier. It will also feature World War II flashbacks.
Production is due to begin before the end of 2012 and the film is scheduled for release in April 2014.
Samuel L. Jackson and Sebastian Stan will also star.
Dolph Ludgren wants Channing Tatum to star in the 'Masters of the Universe' remake.
The 54-year-old Swedish actor thinks the 'Magic Mike' hunk would be the perfect actor to take on his original role of action hero He-Man in the reboot of the 1987 film because of his natural charm and muscular body.
Dolph told the Huffington Post: "You need somebody who's well built and charming, I suppose. And he can deliver a couple of lines of dialogue, I guess more than I had. I mean, Channing Tatum?
"I don't know that many young actors. But he's got a pretty good body. He's got a naturally athletic body which you need, unless you make the guy wear a suit, like Batman. But if you need real muscles, you need somebody who is built."
Chris Hemsworth has been suggested as a back-up and Dolph wholeheartedly agrees, saying: "Yeah! That's a good idea. That's a cool idea, yeah."
The 'Masters of the Universe' film has been in the works for years, but nothing is officially confirmed. Sony Pictures are reportedly in talks with 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' director Jon M Chu to helm the motion picture.
The film is based around the iconic child's toy range which stars He-Man as defender of the realm of Eternia from the evil forces of Skeletor.
'Avengers 2' will be released on May 1, 2015.
The sequel to the superhero film will once again be written and directed by Joss Whedon and now Marvel have confirmed when it will come out after much speculation.
They said in a statement: "The Walt Disney Studios has announced a release date for Marvel Studios' sequel to the biggest superhero blockbuster and third highest-grossing film of all time, Marvel's The Avengers.
"Joss Whedon returns to write and direct the untitled Marvel's Avengers sequel, set for release [on] May 1, 2015."
According to sources, Joss is thought to have already developed a template for the storyline.
An insider said: "Marvel has a very set agenda of what they want to do, they are already kind of ahead of the game [on the sequel] because they've got the guy that did it before doing it again and something tells me Joss already has the template [for the film]."
A number of cast members will be unavailable to shoot the movie ready for an earlier release date as they will be filming their own standalone motion pictures.
Robert Downey Jr. is to reprise his titular role in 'Iron Man 3' in 2013, Chris Evans will return as the lead character in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' in 2014 and Chris Hemsworth is to star in 'Thor: The Dark World' next year.
The source added: "In terms of the time frame, I think that it is well in the works. It looks like the release date might be May 1, 2015, but that can change depending on people's schedules.
"The beauty of 'The Avengers' is that you've got so many people in this that even during the shoot if someone has to do another film they can just focus on [other characters]."
David Cronenberg says Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is "mostly boring".
The 'Cosmopolis' helmer slammed his fellow director's three action movies - 'Batman Begins', 'The Dark Knight' and 'The Dark Knight Rises', which star Christian Bale as the titular character - criticizing the filmmaker for spending so much money on the franchise, which he believes simply portrays the superhero "running around in a stupid cape".
He said: "I don't think they are making them an elevated art form. I think it's still Batman running around in a stupid cape. I just don't think it's elevated. Christopher Nolan's best movie is 'Memento', and that is an interesting movie.
"I don't think his Batman movies are half as interesting though they're 20 million times the expense. What he is doing is some very interesting technical stuff, which, you know, he's shooting IMAX and in 3-D. That's really tricky and difficult to do.
"I read about it in American Cinematography Magazine, and technically, that's all very interesting. The movie, to me, they're mostly boring."
David also hit out at people who are trying to suggest 'The Dark Knight Rises' is a piece of "supreme cinema art" because he believes the superhero movie is mainly aimed at kids.
He added to Next Movie: "A superhero movie, by definition, you know, it's comic book. It's for kids. It's adolescent in its core.
"That has always been its appeal, and I think people who are saying, you know, ''Dark Knight Rises' is, you know, supreme cinema art.' I don't think they know what the f**k they're talking about."