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  1. If you’re a ‘filmy keeda’ and staying away from movie theatres has left you high and dry, then the adrenaline is all set to be pumped again and how. With Covid-19 restrictions relaxing and movie theatres opening up, the good old days of watching a movie with some overpriced popcorn are coming back. Come January 2023, and we’re all set to witness one of the biggest movie clashes of all time, courtesy SRK, Hrithik Roshan and Prabhas. © Instagram Starting with the first big release of the month, Prabhas and Saif Ali Khan's upcoming film, Adipurush, which was earlier supposed to release on August 11, 2022 is now releasing on January 12, 2023. #Adipurush Worldwide Theatrical Release in 3D on 12th Jan 2023.#Prabhas @omraut #SaifAliKhan @kritisanon @mesunnysingh #BhushanKumar #KrishanKumar @vfxwaala @rajeshnair06 @TSeries @retrophiles1 #ShivChanana #TSeries pic.twitter.com/tpxhDSYMzD — T-Series (@TSeries) March 1, 2022 The Republic Day weekend will witness John Abraham’s Tehraan fight it out with Hrithik Roshan’s Fighter . Presenting a glimpse of the MARFLIX vision as #Fighter! Looking forward to my first flight alongside the exceptional @deepikapadukone. All buckled up for this #SiddharthAnand joyride. pic.twitter.com/gaqv53xbO9 — Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 10, 2021 SRK’s much awaited comeback, action-packed Pathaan is also all set to release in January next year and after Zero, the wait to watch him on screen has only gone crazier. I know it’s late… But remember the date… Pathaan time starts now… See you in cinemas on 25th January, 2023. Releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Celebrate #Pathaan with #YRF50 only at a big screen near you. @deepikapadukone |@TheJohnAbraham | #SiddharthAnand | @yrf pic.twitter.com/dm30yLDfF7 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 2, 2022 Well, January 2023 will ensure that the year begins on a bang, are you ready? View the full article
  2. With theatres finally seeing the light of the day and reopening soon, the world of cinema-goers and moviemakers has found a new lease of life. A lot of big movies which were in the pipeline will finally get a theatrical release and if all goes well, then your days of enjoying popcorn with over-priced soda in a movie hall are nearer than you anticipated. Here are the biggest movie clashes that we’ll witness in 2021 and 2022: 1. Sooryavanshi Vs Annatthe Vs Eternals Rohit Shetty’s cop drama starring Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in lead roles will clash with Marvels’ high octave offering. If this was not enough, then hold your horses as Rajinikanth's Annatthe is also releasing on Diwali. It’s going to be a crazy Diwali ‘dhamaka’ clash for viewers! View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram #AnnaattheDeepavali ku ready ah?!@rajinikanth @directorsiva #Nayanthara @KeerthyOfficial @immancomposer #Annaatthe pic.twitter.com/RVVIqO0xJS — Sun Pictures (@sunpictures) July 1, 20212. 83 Vs Matrix: The Resurrection Vs PushpaChristmas is going to be extra merry because Kapil Dev’s life story comes alive on the big screen with Ranveer Singh in the lead and it will clash with Allu Arjun’s Pushpa. As a pre-Christmas offering, on 22nd December, Keanu Reeves’ Matrix, which is the fourth instalment in the series, will also hit the screens. View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram 3. Ek Villain Returns Vs Lal Singh ChadhaValentine's Week will be special with John Abraham, Tara Sutaria and Arjun Kapoor’s thriller competing with Kareena and Aamir’s Laal Singh Chadha, which releases a few days later. 4. Heropanti Vs Thor: Love & ThunderIt’s a clash of the fighters when we get to see Tiger Shroff kick some up a storm with Tara Sutaria, which will clash at the box office with Chris Hemsworth’s Thor. Christian Bale is the antagonist in this one. The movie is set to release on May 6th 2022. Its official! Heropanti 2 releases in cinemas 6 May 2022. @khan_ahmedasas @WardaNadiadwala @TaraSutaria @NGEMovies #SajidNadiadwala — Tiger Shroff (@iTIGERSHROFF) September 26, 20215. Bacchan Pandey Vs BatmanAkshay Kumar’s big release for the year 2022 begins with this one which is a remake of South hit Veeram, and also stars Kriti Sanon. The movie releases on March 4th 2022 and will compete with Robert Pattinson’s Batman movie. View this post on Instagram 6. KGF Chapter 2 Vs BhediyaThe much-awaited Yash and Sanjay Dutt starrer magnum opus which was being delayed due to the pandemic will finally see a theatrical release on 14th April next year and will clash with Varun Dhawan-Kriti Sanon starrer horror-comedy. 7. Adipurush Vs Rakshabandhan Arguably one of the biggest clashes of 2022, Independence Day will witness Prabhas’ movie clash with Khiladi Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s film. THE BIGGG CLASH... PRABHAS VERSUS AKSHAY KUMAR... #RakshaBandhan [#AkshayKumar] versus #Adipurush [#Prabhas] #IndependenceDay weekend 2022 pic.twitter.com/Lcv6wS5RwK — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) September 27, 20218. Bhool Bhulaiya 2 vs Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of MadnessMarch 25th will see a crazy rush at the box office as cash registers are predicted to ring for both these grand movies. One is a much-awaited sequel to the 2007 super hit, and another is a Marvel fan’s visual delight. View this post on Instagram Which one has got you excited the most? View the full article
  3. Ajay Devgn has done over 100 films and has been in the industry for the past many years now. Just like any other actor, he has also given many flops in his career. He is one of the topmost actors in the industry and has a huge fan following. He made his debut with the film Phool Aur Kaante and won a Filmfare for best male debut actor. So, here is a list of Ajay Devgn flops that disappointed the audience- Baadshaho Budget – 90 Crores Box Office Collection- 123 Crores The film was set in the 1975 emergency period and revolves around 6 people who take advantage to pull off a heist worth millions. The film failed to impress the audience and couldn’t match the expectations of the critics. Action Jackson Budget – 75 Crore Box Office Collection- 90.37 Crores Prabhudeva's directorial venture was an action comedy that couldn’t impress the audience. The Film starred Yami Gautam, Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead role but even this stellar cast couldn’t keep the audience hooked to the screen. Satyagraha Budget – 68 Crores Box Office Collection- 65.7 Crores The film stars Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal amongst others in the film. The film revolves around a plot where Dwarka Anand serves prison time for assaulting a corrupt official while trying to get compensation for his dead don. Himmatwala Budget – 68 Crores Box Office Collection- 65.7 Crores The film was one of the biggest hits of the year 1983 and the songs of the film made people fall in love with them. But the remake of the film did exactly the opposite and made people cringe to another level. The remake starred Ajay Devgn and Tamannaah in the leading roles and we wouldn’t recommend anyone to watch this one, ever! Rascals Budget – 45 crores Box Office Collection- 49 Crores The film tanked at the box-office and wasn’t critically acclaimed. The film’s story revolves around two con artists who fall in love with a girl and try to win her over. However, an old victim kidnaps her to get his money back. View the full article
  4. Sanjay Dutt made his Bollywood film industry debut with a box-office blockbuster hit Rocky. He has a huge fan following even after many trials and tribulations that he faced in his life. Sanju Baba has given us films like Yalgaar, Gumrah, Dushman, and many more. He has been the Bollywood heartthrob and people have loved him for the roles he played and the movies he did. But, it’s not always rainbow and sunshine! And Sanju baba has also tasted failure with some of his films. So, here we go- Zila Ghaziabad The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi, and many more. The film’s plot revolves around a gang war that takes place in a district of Ghaziabad due to the rise of the rivalry between gangsters Fauji and Satbir. The film left the audience disappointed and bombed the box-office. Department Sanjay Dutt is playing the role of an inspector in the film and the film left most people sleeping while watching the film. The film’s storyline was plain boring and didn’t make any sense. Also, the film didn’t get numbers at the box-office. Rascals The film tanked at the box-office and wasn’t critically acclaimed. The film’s story revolves around two con artists who fall in love with a girl and try to win her over. However, an old victim kidnaps her to get his money back. Ungli Sanjay Dutt plays the role of a policeman who is trying to catch a gang of social vigilantes who adopt different ways to catch them. And later, he himself becomes a member of the gang. The film couldn’t do well on the box-office and left the audience unimpressed. Bhoomi This film was critically acclaimed but couldn’t get the numbers that it should have on the box office. The film revolved around how a girl gets raped and his cousin rapes her. But she and her father get together and decide to punish the perpetrators. View the full article
  5. ‘1917’ defeats ‘Star Wars’, marches to box-office victory in North AmericaLos Angeles: Universal's war drama 1917 took command of the North American box office this weekend, riding its Golden Globes success to earn an estimated $36.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday. The film's unexpectedly strong showing was timely, with Oscar nominations set to be announced on Monday. Last Sunday it won Golden Globes -- often a predictor of Oscar success — for both best drama and best director (Sam Mendes). 1917, filmed as if in one long, continuous shot — one critic called it a "protean display of virtuoso filmmaking" — flourished despite a lack of A-list stars. The central characters, two British lance corporals on a desperate mission, are played by George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman; Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch have minor roles. Disney's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, fell to second place after a month in first with a take of $15.1 million. The finale of the nine-film Skywalker Saga has now taken in a global total just shy of $1 billion. In third, down one spot from last weekend, was Sony's action sequel Jumanji: The Next Level, which earned $14 million for third place in the Friday-through-Sunday period. It stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Kevin Hart. Tied for fourth place were Paramount's new release Like a Boss and Warner Bros. drama Just Mercy, each with $10 million. Like a Boss stars Tiffany Haddish, Rose Byrne and Salma Hayek in the story of two friends whose small beauty company is targeted by an industry titan. Just Mercy, with Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson, is based on the true story of a black man on death row in Alabama who appeals his wrongful conviction for the murder of a white woman. Rounding out the top 10 were: Little Women ($7.7 million) Underwater ($7 million) Frozen II ($5.8 million) Knives Out ($5.7 million) Spies in Disguise ($5.1 million)
  6. LOS ANGELES: Hollywood may be suffering through a spiritless patch but Halloween films can still lend a needed jolt, as Lionsgate´s new Jigsaw horror film and a clutch of other scary films showed by boosting an otherwise flimsy weekend box office. Jigsaw the eighth chapter in Lionsgate´s Saw horror franchise, took in an estimated $16.3 million over the three-day weekend, according to industry website Exhibitor Relations. It beat out the same studio´s "Boo 2! A Madea Halloween," with $10 million. But after that, no film in the top 10 made as much as $6 million, with audiences distracted by baseball´s World Series and the hugely popular Netflix series Stranger Things. Even Jigsaw fell some $4 million below expectations in its opening weekend, Variety.com reported. That movie, the first Saw sequel in seven years, has police investigating a string of horrific murders committed in the style of the supposedly long-dead killer Jigsaw. Made for just $10 million, the film is already in the black. Boo 2 strikes a somewhat lighter tone. The comedy horror sequel has Tyler Perry (who also wrote, directed and produced it) and his gang heading to a haunted campground, where -- no surprise -- monsters lurk. Geostorm, a new release from Warner Bros., took third place, earning $5.7 million. The sci-fi disaster thriller follows Gerard Butler as a satellite designer tasked with saving the world from an apocalyptic storm caused by climate-controlling satellites run amok. Happy Death Day, another comedy horror flick, took in $5.1 million. The Universal film stars Jessica Rothe as a college student who repeatedly relives the day she was murdered until she discovers who killed her. In fifth place was sci-fi reboot Blade Runner: 2049, taking $4 million. The film features Ryan Gosling as a Los Angeles Police Department "blade runner" charged with killing bioengineered androids who are becoming too much like humans. He goes on a search for Harrison Ford´s character -- the original blade runner -- who had disappeared years earlier. With ticket sales in October some 5 percent below the same month last year, Hollywood is eagerly awaiting next week´s domestic premiere of Marvel and Disney´s "Thor: Ragnarok." It took in an impressive $108 million in its international opening. Rounding out the top 10 were: Thank You for Your Service ($3.7 million) Only the Brave ($3.5 million) The Foreigner ($3.2 million) Suburbicon ($2.8 million) It ($2.5 million)
  7. For the third consecutive weekend "The Hitman's Bodyguard" was the top film in North American box offices, but the cinematic scene remained deep in the summer doldrums, website Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday. The US Labor Day weekend was shaping up to be the worst in 17 years, industry watchers said, noting the lack of any major new releases. But Lionsgate's "Hitman" managed to take in an estimated $10.3 million for the Friday-to-Sunday period, the only movie this summer to cling to the top for three straight weeks. The action comedy, starring Ryan Reynolds as a bodyguard protecting a notorious hitman (Samuel L Jackson), outperformed Warner Bros's horror film "Annabelle: Creation" for the second straight week. "Annabelle," part of the popular "Conjuring" franchise of movies, took in $7.3 million, giving it a shot at passing the $100 million mark domestically, website boxofficemojo said. Crime thriller "Wind River" from Weinstein Co came in third, taking in an estimated $5.9 million, up from the previous week's $4.4 million. It stars Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen as federal agents trying to solve a murder on an Indian reservation. In fourth, also from the Weinstein brothers, was the animated family picture "Leap!" about a young orphan, voiced by Elle Fanning, who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer in 19th century Paris. It netted $4.9 million. Staying steady at fifth was Steven Soderbergh's droll action film "Logan Lucky," which for the second straight week netted $4.4 million. It stars Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and Riley Keough in an unconventional heist comedy set at a NASCAR race in North Carolina. Rounding out the top 10 were: "Dunkirk" ($4.1 million) "Spider-Man: Homecoming" ($3.7 million) "The Emoji Movie" ($2.5 million) "Despicable Me 3" ($2.4 million) "Girls Trip" ($2.3 million)
  8. "Hitman" pulled in an estimated $21.6 million to lead the three-day weekend LOS ANGELES: Two new movies -- "The Hitman´s Bodyguard" and "Logan Lucky" -- soared to the top three in North American theaters this weekend, with "Logan" scoring well with critics, but "Hitman" far luckier in ticket sales. Lionsgate´s "Hitman" pulled in an estimated $21.6 million to lead the three-day weekend, according to industry website Exhibitor Relations. That was considered a respectable take on what has been the lowest-grossing weekend of the year. The film tells the story of a famous bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) hired to protect a notorious hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) who is about to testify in a high-profile trial. Salma Hayek, as Jackson´s formidable wife, adds to the movie´s star power, but critics gave it an unimpressive 39 percent rating on RottenTomatoes.com. Steven Soderbergh´s "Logan" came in third in its first week out -- after Warner Bros.´s "Annabelle: Creation" -- but with ticket sales of just $8.1 million. Critics, however, loved Soderbergh´s first film since his self-proclaimed retirement four years ago, giving it a 93 percent rating. The Bleecker Street production stars Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and Riley Keough in an unconventional heist comedy, with a sort of dysfunctional "Oceans 11"-style team planning a huge robbery at a NASCAR race. "Logan" came in third in its first week out The relatively low-budget "Annabelle" continued to pull in viewers, slipping slightly from last week´s No. 1 opening to take in $15.5 million. The horror flick, starring Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Miranda Otto and Anthony LaPaglia, is part of the "Conjuring" franchise, which has now grossed more than $1 billion worldwide. Warner Bros.´s war film "Dunkirk" remained a strong performer, placing fourth with sales of $6.7 million. Starring One Direction singer Harry Styles, the movie depicts the heroic 1940 evacuation of hundreds of thousands of Allied troops from northern France. And in fifth place was "Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature" from Open Road Films, with sales of $5.1 million. The animated adventure tells the story of a group of animals trying to save their home from the bulldozer. Overall, it has been a tough season for the studios: summer ticket sales are about 13 percent behind last summer, according to ComScore. Rounding out the top 10 were: "The Emoji Movie" ($4.4 million) "Spider-Man: Homecoming" ($4.3 million) "Girls Trip" ($3.8 million) "The Dark Tower" ($3.7 million) "Wind River" ($3 million)
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