How a Flashy Blockbuster and an Indian Fantasy Bested Emma Watson at t – Vanity Fair

This weekend marks the last one before summer blockbuster season really kicks off with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2—but we’ve already been hit with our first stunning movie upset of 2017. Emma Watson’s The Circle came in fourth place in its opening weekend at the North American box office, trailing behind …

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Anees Bazmee teams up with 'Rustom' producers for a romantic film – Times of India

Prernaa Arora and Arjun N Kapoor have begun their journey in tinsel town by associating with strong subjects. They started their Bollywood innings last year with the critically acclaimed ‘Rustom’, for which Akshay Kumar also bagged the National Award for the Best Actor. The duo’s company, KriArj Entertainment, has a sound slate for the coming …

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London's Best Places To Drink Like You're In An Action Movie – Londonist

Recreate Dr Watson’s stag party, minus the assassins: at Wilton’s Music Hall London’s a splendid place to reenact your favourite action movies, whether fighting Russians in your birthday suit at Ironmonger Baths, a la Viggo Mortensen, or running in a panic through Waterloo like Paddy Considine. But where are the best spots to drink like …

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Baahubali 2, The Conclusion Movie Review: The Fantasy Ride Just Got More Thrilling – Indiatimes.com

9.3K SHARES Summary: The super mighty Bahubali is back. Last time we got familiar with the mighty strength of Shiva in the epic Bahubal, Bahubali 2 narrates the tale of his mightier father, Bahubali (Prabhas Raju Uppalpati in both the roles). And it gives us a chance to experience the magnanimous scale that a movie …

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Autism romance 'Keep the Change' is top winner at Tribeca Film Festival – Los Angeles Times

The Tribeca Film Festival has given its top U.S. narrative jury prize to Rachel Israel’s “Keep the Change,” a love story about and starring people with autism. It also handed best international narrative feature to Elina Psykou’s “Son of Sofia” and best documentary feature to “Bobbi Jene” from Elvira Lind. Israel’s film is an offbeat …

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Okja: Netflix Sci-Fi Movie Releases Creepy Viral Teaser – Den of Geek US

Netflix has several original movies on the way, notably evidenced by the recent unveiling of the trailer for their expensive Will Smith-starring, David Ayer-directed sci-fi/fantasy/crime film Bright. However, well before we’ll get to see that, the streaming giant will drop another intriguing original in the South Korean sci-fi film Okja. Directed and co-written by Bong …

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The Circle review: a toothless, bland satire of a Google fantasy dystopia – The Verge

Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other specialevent releases. We’re currently reporting from the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. One of the most fundamental problems with Dave Eggers’ future-thriller novel The Circle is that its protagonist, Mae Holland, is a cipher. Eggers’ book has a …

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