Irrfan Khan

‘Jurassic World’ Star Reveals Story and Character Details

‘Jurassic World’ Star Reveals Story and Character Details

Jurassic World was released June 12th, 2015.

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ Daily Bugle Viral Confirms Dr. Ratha's Death

‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ Daily Bugle Viral Confirms Dr. Ratha's Death

While scenes had been shot that showcased Oscorp's Dr. Rajit Ratha's (Irrfan Khan) death at the hands of the Lizard in The Amazing Spider-Man, they were shuffled off to the special features section of the Blu-ray and in no way considered part of the actual narrative. Some assumed that this gapping plot hole in the story meant Ratha might be back in the sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2, in theaters this summer. Now, though, The Daily Bugle viral Tumblr has confirmed that the malicious doctor is quite dead. We can only guess what did him in. Read on for details.

November 15, 2013

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Photos Featuring Emma Stone and Irrfan Khan

Five new photos have been released from The Amazing Spider-Man, which arrives in theaters nationwide July 3. Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy is highlighted in one of the photos, but the rest showcase Irrfan Khan, who plays Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans) lab assistant, Dr. Ratha. Take a look at these new shots from director Marc Webb's web-slinging adventure.

The Amazing Spider-Man was released July 3rd, 2012.

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Photo with Irrfan Khan as Dr. Ratha

The Amazing Spider-Man was released July 3rd, 2012.

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Irrfan Khan Talks About Playing Villain in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’

The Amazing Spider-Man is currently filming.

The Amazing Spider-Man was released July 3rd, 2012.

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‘Spider-Man’ Will Not Feature Proto-Goblin

We reported in December that Indian actor Irrfan Khan has signed onto play Nels Van Atter in the Untitled Spider-Man Reboot, which is currently filming in Los Angeles. In the comic books, the character transforms into the Proto-Goblin, so it was assumed that the Proto-Goblin would be one of the villains in the Untitled Spider-Man Reboot. That doesn't seem to be the case now that Irrfan Khan has revealed that he won't be wearing a mask or turning into a monster.

This wouldn't be the first time that a character from the Spider-Man comic books doesn't turn into a villain creature in the movies. Dylan Baker starred as Dr. Curt Connors in Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3. In the comic books, that character turns into The Lizard, although we never got to see that transformation on the silver screen.

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Gerard Depardieu and Irrfan Khan Join ‘Life of Pi’

Director Ang Lee's upcoming adaptation Life of Pi has added new cast members Gérard Depardieu, Irrfan Khan and Adil Hussain, reports Variety.

The actors join the relatively-unknown lead actor Suraj Sharma. Gérard Depardieu will portray a chef while Irrfan Khan will play the adult version of Suraj Sharma's character, Pi. Adil Hussain will appear as Pi's father and Bollywood star Tabu is still in talks for the role of Pi's mother.

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‘Spider-Man’ Begins Production Using Red Epic Cameras

The Untitled Spider-Man Reboot began production yesterday, and cinematographer John Schwartzman revealed on the RedUser.net forums that the movie is being shot with the Red Epic digital cameras. This is the first time a major studio motion picture is being shot with the high-tech cameras. Here is his post on the forums below:"Today was Epic, Monday December 6 marks the first day the Red Epic camera was used to shoot a major studio motion picture. I can say for certainty the camera does exist and boy is it ready for primetime, as a matter of fact it's a true game changer. We shot in 3D with 4 Epics mounted on 2 3ality TS-5 rigs today, we did 22 set ups, including running high speed and the images look stunning! I do believe the sensor is iso 800 minus 1 stop for the mirror in daylight and iso 640 in tungsten light but that is really for every dp to determine for themselves, Brook Willard and I figured 640 tungsten but that's just a number. For the first time in digital cinematography, small size doesn't come with a resolution penalty, as a matter of fact there isn't a higher resolution camera available other than IMAX, and this one weighs 5lbs with an ultra prime on it, suddenly 3D isn't a 100lb beast! We had the cameras on dollies and a libra head today and we flew the 3D rig like it was an Arri 435. You guys told me you could do it in September and here we are today, Congratulations.

I am lighting by eye except that I've had to re-train myself to work at lower light levels because the camera is so sensitive. The images we made today were stunning, rich beautiful color and the resolution of a vistavision camera all in a package the size of a Hasselblad 501. We are shooting 2.40 at 5K, there wasn't a hiccup from the cameras all day, the data was flawless, and there was a lot of it. I can tell you without these cameras it would be impossible to move a 3D rig in the ways that THIS story demands, if Jim and the crew hadn't made these cameras available to us I don't think we could have shot this movie the way our director envisioned it in 3D. Guys you've trusted me to take these out on their maiden voyage and I can tell you that after today I won't let you down. I will have the members of my team, most of whom are familiar to the REDUSER site post about things about sub-menu's and stuff my camera assistants won't let me touch. I would like to thank Nate, Brook, Michael, and Deanan as well as my regular camera crew for an unbelievable first day, and Brook thanks for the Tiff's they look amazing!

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