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  1. Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja tied themselves in holy matrimony today in Mumbai and #sonamdiwedding has been on our news feed for over 48 hours now. Mrs Ahuja.â¤ï¸ #sonamkishaadi #everydayphenomenal A post shared by Sonam Kapoor Ahuja â¤ï¸ (@sonamkapoorfan) on May 8, 2018 at 6:20am PDT The wedding reception has begun and the first pictures of the beautiful couple are out! and here the newly wedded couple SONAM & ANAND â¤ï¸ .. . . . . . . . #sonamkishaadi #sonamkapoorkishaadi #sonamkapoorwedding #sonamkapoor #anandahuja #weddingbells #marriage #sonamanand #weddingday #everydayphenomenal #bollywoodbubble #ootd #indianwear #traditionalwear #instagood #reception #theleela #sonamreception #sonamkapoorreception #AnandAhuja A post shared by Sonam Weds Anand (@sonamkishaadi) on May 8, 2018 at 9:34am PDT And the couple arrives #sonamkapoor #anandahuja A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on May 8, 2018 at 9:35am PDT The Kapoor family has descended the carpet and looks like this grand affair is going to culminate in a beautiful way! #anilkapoor at #sonamkishaadi A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on May 8, 2018 at 9:20am PDT #shanayakapoor with #maheepkapoor at #sonamkishaadi A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on May 8, 2018 at 9:27am PDT
  2. Mahira Khan will be representing Pakistan at the International Cannes Film Festival.The actor, who was named the first Pakistani brand ambassador for make-up giant L?Oreal last year, took to Instagram to share the news.Mahira shared a picture of...
  3. True stories that are inspirational in nature deserve to be glorified on the silver screen and that's what Karan Johar is doing next. While Dharma production has various movies lined up this year, it is the biopic on the life of Kargil war hero “Sher Shah” Vikram Batra that has caught everyone's attention. © Twitter Playing this character needs someone who can get into the skin of Vikram, and Sidharth Malhotra has been roped in to play this role. For Sid, who is considered to be an average actor, this might be a game-changing film for him. © Twitter Taking to his Twitter, Karan wrote it was time to relive “Yeh Dil Mangey More”. Time to relive-Yeh Dil Mangey More@DharmaMovies & Shabbir Boxwala collaborate to present the true story of bravery & patriotism-the chronicles of Kargil war hero Vikram Batra@S1dharthM in the lead as Sher Shah Vikram Batra Vishnu Varadhan to direct WrittenBy Sandeep Shrivastava — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) May 3, 2018 Sidharth, who is excited about this role said in a statement, “Vikram Batra's life story will inspire you and bring a smile on your face. I am really excited to play the character and the shoot commences this year.” Excited to announce that I will be portraying “Sher Shah” Vikram Batras heroic story produced by @DharmaMovies n Shabbir box wala,Directed by Vishnu Varadhan ,written by-Sandeep Srivastava. #Shershah — Sidharth Malhotra (@S1dharthM) May 3, 2018 However, Sid isn't the first one to play Vikram Batra, as Abhishek Bachchan already had portrayed this role in 2003 in 'LOC Kargil'. So it would be interesting to see if he can nail that bit as Jr. Bachchan did. © Twitter For those who don't know, Vikram Batra was a Kargil hero who was awarded the Param Vir Chakra – India's highest war-time gallantry award. Directed by Vishnu Varadhan and written by Sandeep Srivastava, the story of 'Sher Shah' will indeed give us goosebumps if presented in the right way. While we have seen Sid playing various roles that have entertained the viewers, this might be the one role that will change his image forever and bring about a turning point in his career.
  4. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The film industry of Pakistan has hailed the allocation of funds for the establishment of National Film Academy (NFA) in the budget for fiscal year 2018-19.Renowned artists of the country, including Qavi Khan and Mustafa...
  5. ISLAMABAD: An incentive package was announced for the film industry in the budget announced today. The package would provide an enabling environment for the film industry to flourish and to project Pakistani culture.The main features of the...
  6. Most of us use social media primarily for liking and posting pictures, stalking other people and tagging our friends on hilarious memes. Talking about memes, there was one particular meme posted last year, which made AIB cry tears of controversy and draw flak from people. That meme was of PM Modi, using a dog filter. We are not trying to dig up old graves here, but that particular incident gave us two things – one, some people can't take jokes and second, our PM Modi has a doppelganger who we clearly didn't know about. And while some were busy criticizing the joke, others tracked down the guy and folks, that's how we met MP Ramachandran, the Malayali man who broke the internet with literally just one picture. © Twitter Fast forward to the present time and Ramachandran, who is already a celebrity, is now all set for his acting debut with a Kannada movie. And the best part is, Ramachandran won't have to undergo many changes because he will be playing PM Modi in the film, that's reportedly based on demonetization. Reportedly, Kannada filmmaker Appi Prasad has roped in MP Ramachandran to play PM Modi on screen for his obvious resemblance in a film on demonetization and the movie's title is 'Statement 8/11'. It will also show how demonetization changed the society. © Twitter According to a report in The New Indian Express, Ramachandran said, “They wanted me to act as the Prime Minister in their movie on demonetization.” He further added, “They even made changes to their script to include Modi's character.” © autograph enterprises Honestly, this movie should be categorized under 'horror' genre, as it will bring back the terror of losing Rs. 1000, Rs. 500 notes and standing in front of ATMs for hours. We will be reliving that terror once again while cherishing our ATM cards and wallets.
  7. Film producer Harvey Weinstein. Photo: Reuters LOS ANGELES: A behind-the-scenes dramatization on how the New York Times broke the story that accused powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of a pattern of sexual misconduct will be developed...
  8. It is common knowledge that Hollywood is fascinated by the subtle yet powerful presence of Irrfan Khan, which is why it was no surprise to witness him in the trailer of 'Puzzle'. Based on an Argentinean novel named 'Puzzle', the trailer for the movie has just dropped today and we have it on repeat already. © Sony Pictures Classics While actors find it difficult to choose the right films, Irrfan seems to have mastered the knack of picking scripts which highlight his talent. He is a global star who can entertain people worldwide effortlessly. Starring Kelly Macdonald (Famous for 'No Country For Old Men' & 'Gosford Park') in the lead, 'Puzzle' is the story of Agnes, who is living an ordinary, mundane life. She wants more from life but can't seem to because of the circumstances and responsibilities. But her life finds new meaning when she solves a jigsaw puzzle for the first time as an adult. Even her husband Louie (David Denman) simply fails to understand what Agnes wants in life. Her desire to solve more puzzles leads her to Robert (Irrfan Khan), who inspires her and encourages her with right words, something that was missing from her life. © Sony Pictures Classics The 2-minute-16-second trailer is heart-warming, intriguing and talks about life in the most soothing manner. Robert is an accomplished businessman looking for a partner for a competition. The clip brings you a tale of love, ambition, desire, life and we are blown by how simply the makers have represented this complex story. You see Agnes transforming into a confident woman, making you root for her. © Sony Pictures Classics Kelly is exceptional in the trailer and the film has a feel-good tone that keeps you hooked, but it is Irrfan's presence that adds the missing element in the film, making it a beautiful watch. It makes you think about life like never before. “Life is messy. There is nothing we can do to control anything,” says Irrfan in the trailer, giving us a clue that all the puzzle pieces in this film will eventually fit in the right place. Every dialogue delivered by Irrfan has a deep meaning that strikes the right chord in your heart. The only blip is that the trailer reveals the entire story of the film, slightly dampening our excitement. But we hope there is more to the story than what's shown because we are definitely looking forward to this one. Directed by Marc Turtletaub, the film was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and will release on July 13, 2018.
  9. Alia Bhatt's journey from taking glamorous roles in movies like 'Student Of The Year' and 'Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya' to owning de-glam performances like no one's business in movies like 'Udta Punjab' and 'Highway' is proof enough that the young lady is a powerhouse of talent which is unabashed, raw and exudes a kind of energy which very few actors of her age manage to have. © Facebook While she has already left us impressed with the trailer of her upcoming movie 'Raazi', the actor continues to baffle us with the choice of her amazing projects. If reports are to be believed, then she is all set to essay the character of the celebrated artist and poet Amrita Pritam in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's next project on poet Sahir Ludhianvi. Abhishek Bachchan has been signed on for the titular role. © Facebook The love story of the two celebrated artists is a story that definitely goes down in history and will obviously be a delight to watch if Bhansali weaves his magic. Surprisingly, not many know but Alia once auditioned for 'Black' but the role went to Ayesha Kapur. Seems like destiny is playing its role pretty well now.
  10. Photo: Karan Johar TwitterIndian filmmaker Karan Johar has given a green light to his father?s project that had been 15 years in the making.Titled Kalank the film is a historical drama set in the 1940s and goes beyond borders, according to...
  11. Steven Spielberg. Photo: ReutersSteven Spielberg is ready to jump into the world of comics after it was announced, he was teaming with Warner Bros to produce the action-adventure film ?Blackhawk?.Talking to Variety Spielberg said, ?It was...
  12. If you've been an ardent fan of 'The Office', chances are that last week you were in for a shock. John Krasinski, the actor who played our beloved Jim Halpert for eight seasons of the acclaimed NBC show and gave us intense boyfriend, fiancé and husband goals, underwent an intense makeover. In his 2018 avatar, Krasinski co-wrote, directed, and starred in what is being hailed as this year's scariest movie, 'A Quiet Place'. But, there's a catch. Made under a paltry budget of 17 million dollars, 'A Quiet Place' is unlike any of the legendary and genuinely scary horror fests (think 'Exorcism of Emily Rose' or 'The Shining') that we have come to love over the years. For starters, the film is largely silent and has only sparse dialogue or sound. Secondly, the antagonists — in the film's case, alien creatures — don't dominate the film's narrative and make an appearance for a few minutes. And, last but not the least, 'A Quiet Place' is a horror film lacking the very essence of the horror experience: jump scares. © paramount But, what the film lacks in showy manufactured horror tropes, it makes up in its innovatively haunting premise. The film opens in a dystopian world that has been wrecked by an army of alien creatures, who are blind, but prey on sound. No matter how faint it is, any living being who utters even a word or makes one wrong move that elicits a sound is ultimately preyed on. Despite being blind, these dinosaur-like creatures are unbelievably fast and can find the source of a noise within seconds before killing them. Thus, in the world invaded by them, even squeaky rats and chirping birds have perished; the last ones living are eerily silent. The only way to survive this world is by living a life of utter silence, almost like a lifelong vipassana. It's exactly what Lee (Krasinski), his wife Evelyn (Emily Blunt, also Krasinki's real wife) and three children, including a deaf daughter, plan to do. They pack their belongings and head from the desolate city to their country farmhouse where they garner their chances of living in isolation will be higher. On the way, an untimely tragedy engulfs the family, as their youngest son mistakenly plays with an airplane ending up making a sound that calls for the arrival of the alien creatures who get to him and kill him before his father can save him. If that sounds horrifying, wait till you realise this: The rules of the world are such that the bereaved family can't even mourn for their child audibly. Imagine losing your child and then being told that you can't cry your heart out for the loss, instead being forced to keep quiet. It's a saddening moment when Evelyn puts her hands over her mouth as her son gets killed and tears stream her face, knowing full well that mourning with loud cries will come with a high price of death. © paramount We then meet this family months later, once they are fully settled in their farmhouse, and have adopted ways to ensure that they make absolutely no noise. They talk to each other in sign language, eat leaves, walk on paths that already have sand on them and tiptoe their way around the house. Just when you think the mood has sombered down, do you get the shock of your life. As it turns out, Evelyn is heavily pregnant. You know what that means? A painful labour and a crying baby; both sources of loud shrieks. Much of the film's unimaginable keeps-you-on-the-edge-of-the-seat horror comes from this very thought: Will a pregnant woman be able to deliver her baby without making a single noise and without getting devoured by the alien? And, most importantly, isn't giving birth to the child a pointless exercise anyway, considering how he might just be dead the moment he starts crying? In that context, how powerless are you as a parent if you can't guarantee the well-being of your children? These questions serve up some fascinating answers, resulting in one of the hauntingly beautiful labour scenes in the history of movies and a tearful farewell to one character that you just didn't coming. (The only question is, who do you think it will be?) © paramount But, arguably, the most accomplished part of 'A Quiet Place' is how it manages to topple the most dominant part of horror tropes: loud screams and noisy visual cues and infuses unbridled terror just through silence. It scares you to such a point that while watching the movie, you will end up fearing to make even the slightest bit of noise. In fact, after 'Get Out', the film's success (It opened to 45 million at the box-office) is another testament to the makeover that the Hollywood horror genre is desperately in need of. It's also a reminder for horror filmmakers to step up their game up and think of original and imaginative ways of scaring the audience that doesn't just include a disgruntled ghost. What films like 'A Quiet Place' prove is the fact that horror doesn't always have to come cheap. It can be intelligent and nauseating at the same time. But, most importantly, it also teaches horror film loving audience to be mindful of the terror of silence, asking you the most frightening question of all: Imagine if this happened to you in real life; how long do you think you would survive? I bet you wouldn't want to think of the answer. Put simply, that's the magic of 'A Quiet Place'.
  13. Guess who's back, back again! Well, let me give you a hint! It's the number one animated crime fighting super-hero family that exists in the Pixar universe. Yes, you guessed right, 'The Incredibles' are back to save the world once again! (c)Walt Disney Studios 'The Incredibles' franchise is rolling out its second instalment this summer and we can't wait to watch this family in action once again! Actually, this time it's just going to be Elastigirl (Holy Hunter) stealing the limelight by campaigning for the return of the 'supers' and of course, is fighting crime as per usual, while Mr. Incredible indulges in far more exciting adventures. " frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1"> What do you think is Mr. Incredibles' 'exciting' adventure, anyway? While the Mrs. is away, he gets to babysit his super-powered kids-Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack and it's going to take a lot more than strength to keep himself up to the task! Of course, getting their homework done is way tougher than fighting crime, any given day! (c)Walt Disney Studios The first movie appeared fourteen years earlier in 2004, where Brad Bird, the brainchild behind the animation, drew inspiration from the comic books of the 60s and of course from his own personal family life as well. "I have been thinking about it. People think that I have not been, but I have—because I love those characters, and love that world. I am stroking my chin and scratching my head. I have many, many elements that I think would work really well in another Incredibles film, and if I can get 'em to click all together, I would probably wanna do that." - Brad Bird) As told to a publication in an interview in 2013) (c)Walt Disney Studios The reason Bird took more than a decade to come out with a sequel is because he didn't want to rush out to a second part immediately, after the massive success of the first. But fortunately, fans all over the world still remember the film fondly and I am sure nothing is going to stop them from filling cinema seats, to watch the second part, releasing mid June. " frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1"> Bird hopes the sequel is even more successful than the first movie. Well, let's just wait and watch what the most awaited animation of the year has in store for us.
  14. Photo: FileBollywood actor-cum-filmmaker Nandita Das?s biographical film on writer Saadat Hasan Manto is the only Indian film to have made it to the official selection of the Cannes Film Festival this year, according to The Hindu.The film on the...
  15. Nandita Das's biographical drama 'Manto' has been creating a major buzz ever since we got to see its first look. The stark resemblance between Nawazuddin Siddiqui and 'Manto' in the stills that were released some time ago was incredible. And now the movie has been selected in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. This specific category features 20 films that deliver unique stories in non-traditional ways. (c) Twitter The announcement was made by the festival director Thierry Fremaux today in Paris with other movies that have been selected as well. Sharing the news, Nawazuddin tweeted, “And it is possible that Saadat Hasan dies, but MANTO remains alive”. Glad to inform that 'MANTO' is selected for competition at #Cannes2018 in #UnCertainRegard section. Congratulations @nanditadas and Team #Manto” “And it is possible that Saadat Hasan dies, but MANTO remains alive”. Glad to inform that 'MANTO' is selected for competition at #Cannes2018 in #UnCertainRegard section. Congratulations @nanditadas and Team #Manto pic.twitter.com/LBKcSVb1vb — Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@Nawazuddin_S) April 12, 2018 Director Nandita Das also posted on Twitter, “We are in Cannes!! #Manto is selected in the official section- Un Certain Regards. Exciting moment for the entire crew & cast. @Viacom18Movies @HP @ajlucio5 @vikbatra @mantagoyal @Nawazuddin_S @RasikaDugal @chintskap @SirPareshRawal @tahirbhasinfc @Javedakhtarjadu @gurdasmaan” We are in Cannes!! #Manto is selected in the official section- Un Certain Regards. Exciting moment for the entire crew & cast. @Viacom18Movies @HP @ajlucio5 @vikbatra @mantagoyal @Nawazuddin_S @RasikaDugal @chintskap @SirPareshRawal @tahirbhasinfc @Javedakhtarjadu @gurdasmaan https://t.co/Rfva438Kpc — Nandita Das (@nanditadas) April 12, 2018 Thanking everyone for their love and support, Nandita also shared a post on Facebook. Manto will compete with other movies like Bi Gan's Long Day's Journey into Night, Andréa Bescond and Eric Metayer's Little Tickles, French-Morrocan director Meyem Benm'Barek's Sofia, and Ali Abbasi's Border, among others. Nawaz who is an extremely talented and critically acclaimed actor will be seen donning the hat of author Saadat Hasan Manto in Mumbai and Pakistan after the partition. To give us a small glimpse of what Siddiqui is doing, she also directed a short film :In Defence of Freedom' as a prelude to 'Manto', which is a must watch. The entries in this section are also valid for the FIPRESCI Prize, which gives it a wider opening and reach. Manto also features Paresh Rawal, Rishi Kapoor, Rasika Dugal and Tahir Raj Bhasin. One can bet that Siddiqui will impress the viewers with his impeccable acting. (c) Twitter Apart from Manto, Nawaz will soon be seen in another biopic playing Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray.
  16. The Netflix sign-in screen is shown on an iPad in Encinitas, California, US, April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files LOS ANGELES: Netflix Inc said Wednesday it was totally pulling out of the Cannes Film Festival next month after organizers banned...
  17. Photo: NetflixCharlie Kessler director of short film 'Montauk' has filed a lawsuit against Stranger Things creator, claiming they took his film idea.Kessler alleges brothers Matt and Ross Duffer took the idea for the sci-fi/supernatural series from...
  18. Remember the time when 90's super hit number 'Oh Oh Jaane Jaana' was ruling the charts for months? It was the most epic song that literally built our childhood. And we are not sure of the number of women who passed out watching a topless Salman Khan grooving with a guitar and serenading them like that. How can we ever forget dancing to Salman Khan's signature step? And yeah, of course, him going shirtless was certainly the highlight of the track that gave him a surge of fan following overnight. © Youtube And now Salman is all set to recreate the chartbuster track all over again from 'Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya' and we are already over the moon. But before you wonder who is he doing it for, let us tell you it is for Katrina Kaif's sister, Isabelle Kaif who is set to debut in a movie. Isabelle is making her debut in the tinsel town with Sooraj Pancholi in 'Time To Dance'. And to add the required buzz, Salman will be seen grooving to the song that still makes us go gaga over him. © ErosNow Sung by Kamaal Khan and composed by Jatin-Lalit, the song created a wave in India with every youngster hearing it on a loop on their walkman. And the new version will be composed by Shivay Vyas. Along with Salman, even Isabelle and Sooraj will be seen on the frame with him. The film will mark Stanley D'costa's directorial debut as well. As per reports, the movie includes several dance forms like the Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Cha Cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble and Jive. Though we are pretty excited about the remaking of the song, the only thing we really hope is that like all the other recent remakes that have crashed and burned, this too doesn't turn out to be a disaster. For quite a while, Bollywood has literally been experimenting with 90's songs, remixing and destroying the very essence of it. Let's hope that's not the case with Salman's song as well because we bet that will leave millions of fans disappointed.
  19. Photo: File Pakistani actor Sohai Ali Abro has said her upcoming film Motorcycle Girl aims to empower more women to ride motorcycles. ?The idea behind the film is to make it okay for women to ride motorcycles on the streets of Pakistan and get rid of the notion that it is something abnormal,? Sohai said during her appearance on Geo Pakistan. The actor lamented that when women are seen riding motorcycles in Pakistan it?s seen as abnormal and people take pictures of them and post them on social media. ?It shouldn?t be this way,? she asserted. Sohai who learnt to ride a motorcycle especially for the role further recalled that she started off with learning how to ride a bicycle. ?I was born in 1993 so in my time we had scooties and I didn?t even know to ride a bicycle forget a motorcycle,? she said. But Sohai learnt it well and fast through training from Women on Wheels. ?The director and I were scared that I might be involved in an accident, however, it went pretty smoothly.? ?There was only this one incident in which I gave too much race and the motorcycle went over rocks but I gained control and didn?t fall of,? she added. Discussing that the film is based on Zenith Irfan, who is believed to be the first Pakistani woman to take a solo bike trip through the country's north, Sohai said, ?It was her father?s dream to ride his motorcycle from Lahore to Khunjerab.? The actor added that Zenith lost her father when she was 11 months old and growing up she used to question her mother regarding her father?s unfulfilled dreams so she could fulfil them. The film revolves around an independent and strong-willed girl who is constantly breaking stereotypes. Further, she said that as a person she?s ?very different from the character so it was a challenge.? She said, ?I am very loud as a person and the character is very quiet.? However, Sohai dismissed that the movie is a serious documentary and said, ?It has a lot of comedy.? The actor who gave stellar performances in two of 2015?s biggest blockbusters Wrong No and Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (JPNA) explained that she took a break from the screen as she didn?t find any script offered to her at the time compelling. ?I just felt that as an actor the kind of work I was getting was stereotyping me into the role of a patakha larki. I wanted to do something intense and substantial,? Sohai said. She added that she met Adnan Sarwar at a social event and when he discussed he was making a new film she immediately said she wanted to be a part of it as she ?was a huge fan of his Shah.? Motorcycle Girl will release in cinemas across Pakistan on April 20. It is written by Adnan Sarwar, whose first feature film Shah was based on the story of Pakistani Olympian Syed Hussain Shah.
  20. Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is interviewed by Anderson Cooper of CBS News' '60 Minutes' program, March 25, 2018. CBSNews/60 MINUTES/Handout via REUTERS A federal judge has rejected adult film star Stormy Daniels? request for permission to question US President Donald Trump and schedule a trial soon in her lawsuit to end her agreement to remain silent about her alleged sexual encounter with the US president. US District Judge S. James Otero in Los Angeles said Thursday the request by Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, to depose Trump and his personal lawyer Michael Cohen was premature because they had yet to formally request that she arbitrate her claims. The judge said the defendants? eventual response might address some open issues, limiting the need to gather evidence. Daniels had sought a trial as soon as this summer. Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for Daniels, tweeted that the order does ?not bode well for the defendants? and suggested ?that there is a strong likelihood that the Court will ultimately agree with our requests for discovery and a trial?. Cohen and his lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Daniels wants to end an agreement from October 2016, the month before Trump was elected president, under which she received $130,000 in what she called hush money to keep quiet about a relationship she claimed to have begun with Trump in 2006. According to Daniels, the agreement is void because Trump never signed it, and the $130,000 payment amounted to an illegal campaign contribution. The White House has denied that Trump had *** with Daniels. Avenatti has said he would need no more than two hours each to question Trump and Cohen. Daniels on Monday added Cohen as a defendant in her lawsuit, claiming that he defamed her by suggesting she was a liar. Cohen has said Daniels made defamatory statements about him in an interview broadcast on Sunday on CBS News? 60 Minutes. The White House has also said that Trump has denied having what former Playboy model Karen McDougal has described as a 10-month affair with him, also starting in 2006.
  21. Indian film director and screenwriter SS Rajamouli. Photo: File Indian film director and screenwriter SS Rajamouli is travelling to Karachi to attend the Pakistan International Film Festival (PIFF) for the screening of his film Baahubali. The director took to Twitter to announce the news. ?Baahubali has given me opportunities to travel to a number of countries? The most exciting of them all is now, Pakistan. Thank you Pakistan International Film Festival, Karachi for the invite,? he said. The second part of the film series, Baahubali: The Conclusion, played across 100 screens in Pakistan last year. Both parts of Baahubali have toured several international film festivals, including Golden Horse Film Festival in Taiwan, L'Etrange International Film Festival in Paris and the Moscow International Film Festival. PIFF 2018 will begin on March 29 in Karachi and run till April 1, 2018. The four-day festival will screen features, short films and documentaries from Pakistan and around the world. According to reports, other Indian films which will be a part of PIFF are Alia Bhatt and Shah Rukh Khan's Dear Zindagi, Rajat Kapoor's Ankhon Dekhi, Irrfan Khan and Pakistani actress Saba Qamar's Hindi Medium, Sanjay Mishra's Kadvi Hawa, Swara Bhasker's Nil Battey Sannata and Marathi movie Sairat.
  22. If your dream was to star in a Hollywood movie, alongside Tom Hardy, one of the most handsome and finest actors in Hollywood– congratulations! You just reached a step closer to it. And you can thank the casting directors of Hardy's upcoming movie, for giving you a chance to make your distant dream come true. No, we are not ringing in April Fool's Day jokes already. Neither are we trying to give you false hopes only to shatter them eventually by calling it a hoax. We too are surprised by this news and some of us in my team, have already started secretly filling the application form. Reuters After reading this, I can already figure out what your reaction is going to be. “Yeah, sure ADMIN, in your wild dreams!” Initially, I had the same reaction, but somewhere I am hopeful for this to be true. After all, who will want to miss out on the chance of sharing screen-space with Tom Hardy? And this chance can be yours if you are free for the next few weeks and willing to travel to New Orleans. Keeping Hardy's die-hard fans aside, this news is for all those folks who haven't been following him closely. The 'Dunkirk' actor is now all set to star in 'Fonzo', a biopic on one of the world's most notorious crime bosses, Al Capone. And since Christopher Nolan is not directing the movie, Hardy's face won't be covered this time. 'Fonzo' is being directed by Josh Trank, who is known for making 'Fantastic Four' 2015. Instagram While, Hardy is playing the lead role, the casting directors have reportedly released an open casting call for everyone, who is interested in being a part of this movie. Just like y'all, I was also intrigued by the offer, so I checked out the site and found this. Nine9 Talent Services has said, “Casting Directors are looking for talent of all ages to work on scenes filming at the end of March and into April. This is a paid opportunity to work in a feature film based on the later stages of Al Capone's life and starring Tom Hardy.” If you are still contemplating about whether to apply or not, maybe Hardy's impressive first look from the movie will help you decide. Chasing Fonzo...ð¥ðððºð¸ð ��ð ð ðððð A post shared by Tom Hardy (@tomhardy) on Mar 24, 2018 at 10:55am PDT The movie will take us through the journey of Hardy as the infamous crime lord in his final years. After getting released from prison, Capone started suffering from dementia and was constantly being haunted by the memories of his past. In 1947, Al Capone died at the age of 48. We don't know if you'll get this role. Neither do we know whether you'll get to see Hardy at all. But, you can only know this if you check it out yourself. Source: Ladbible
  23. I don't think I am the only who seems to have cracked the cheat code that Hollywood directors are using to make their movies a box-office hit. Just like 2017, the first half of 2018 too seems to be looming heavily on two genres primarily – superheroes and horror. And 'Your Date Is Here' is the latest addition to the already heavy and rich list of horror movies. © new line cinema Board games were possibly one of the best pastime activities we played in our growing years. In fact, even today some of us love to play board games and jump up and down in excitement like a kid, every time we get a six on the dice. But, imagine if that same board game makes you squeamish and turns out to be your biggest nightmare? And on top of that makes you wish to stay single for your entire lifetime. Directors Todd Spence and Zak White show you exactly how it feels, in a matter of six-minutes. The original 'Jumanji' has got nothing on this movie, which takes playing board games to a whole new level. And it's weirder than playing with a Ouija board. And after watching, trust me, the next time someone tells you 'Your Date Is Here'; you will probably run in the opposite direction. Despite being 6-minutes short, this movie gives enough time to the viewers to get Goosebumps and think of all sorts of bizarre endings possible, as they inch closer to the climax. Like that sudden bang on the door or that creepy voice on the line that only the little girl could hear initially; it was a good start to a scary journey that ended abruptly. Honestly, I have seen movies scarier than this so it didn't have that kind of an impact, but as I scrolled through the comment section of the video, I realized there were many who were sh*t scared by the end of the movie. But, overall, this movie is definitely worth giving a shot. Let us know if your blood curdled by the end of the movie. If not, then I will come back with a movie that's scarier than Ari Aster's 'Hereditary' or Stephen King's 'IT', which will either give you sleepless nights or hauntingly eerie nightmares.
  24. The group?s members include Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell. The Spice Girls are set to lend their voices and their likeliness for an upcoming animated film. The film would see the five band members? voice heroes that would support a girl power message. Rumours of a possible reunion had been circling around for months with Variety reporting that the Wannabe hitmakers are reuniting for a superhero film. Previously they had starred in the movie Spice World where they played themselves. Formed in 1994, the five-piece group split in 2000 but reunited for a world tour in 2007-2008.They got together again to perform at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony and later that year launched the Spice Girls musical "Viva Forever!" The group made it big with their debut album Spice which sold 31 million records, becoming the best-selling album by a female group in history. The group?s members include Victoria Beckham (?Posh Spice?), Melanie Brown (?Scary Spice?), Emma Bunton (?Baby Spice?), Melanie Chisholm (?Sporty Spice?) and Geri Halliwell (?Ginger Spice?). According to reports, "The Spice Girls are thinking big in terms of a franchise on a global scale. They?re the most successful girl group on the planet. It?s just what Marvel or Disney needs."
  25. Selfies will no longer be allowed on the Cannes red carpet. Photo: AFP The head of the Cannes film festival said Friday he was banning selfies on the red carpet, claiming they caused "unwanted disorder" before premieres. Thierry Fremaux tried once before to ban the "ridiculous and grotesque" practice at the world's most prestigious film festival in 2015, before backing down. Instead he pleaded with filmgoers, who are usually dressed to the nines in tuxedos and evening gowns, to contain themselves as much as they could. But this time there would be no reprieve, he said. "Selfies will be banned for spectators on the red carpet," Fremaux told the Film Francais magazine. But it was unclear whether the ban will also apply to the cast and crew of the films being shown. "The triviality and slowdown caused by the unwanted disorder created by the practice of selfies harms the quality of the climb up the steps, and so the entire festival," he added. Hollywood stars have also been known to take selfies of themselves on the Cannes red carpet. Critics revolt Fremaux also raised the hackles of some film critics with major changes to the timings of press screenings, which were traditionally held before the gala red carpet premieres in the evenings. But critics will now have to wait for the next morning to see half of the films in the main competition, while others will be shown at the same time. The Guardian's critic Peter Bradshaw led the revolt against the move, tweeting, "Whoa! Why not just have an embargo? Is it that hard to enforce? "I can't help thinking Cannes is saving up grief for itself with this!" Variety's Guy Lodge warned that some critics would inevitably be shut out of the evening screening. He said that the rival Berlin film festival "successfully enforces an embargo between morning press screenings and evening premieres. Critics get more time to write more considered reviews, and the films don't get their buzz stomped on. Everybody wins. Why can't Cannes do this?" Cannes has always been notorious for the reaction of the critics, with some booing films, which can damage their prospects long before they are released. Lodge said the change would ultimately lead to publicists showing films to select critics ahead of time ? "not quite the great leveller that Fremaux has in mind". The festival's director had earlier hinted to Screen magazine that a major change was in the offing. "Don't you think that it could be better to have the press screening and the gala screening in the same day, in the same moment, in the same hour, in order for the film team to arrive in total innocence, to make both the gala screening and the press screening two big world events?" he said.
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