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bigboyBG
22nd April 2013, 09:03 PM
this week

Gal Gadot
22nd April 2013, 11:19 PM
Iron Man 3 Official B-Roll #1 (2013) - Robert Downey Jr. Superhero Movie HD - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl_P0ZhG7P8)

Gal Gadot
22nd April 2013, 11:20 PM
hope there will be more theater for iron man3 than other english movie releases in kerala
biggest was amazing spiderman with 45 theaters i think, athrem undakan sadyatha illa .......

Gal Gadot
22nd April 2013, 11:50 PM
Hannibal TV Series - 3 episodes ayi - so far kollam......

Zombieland TV Series pilot episode kandu - ultra koora, Cinemayude peru kalayum ennu thonunu

Vyshnav K
23rd April 2013, 09:33 AM
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Gal Gadot
23rd April 2013, 09:51 AM
enthonia 7 days ?

Gal Gadot
23rd April 2013, 09:54 AM
Fast Furious 6 - Featurette (HD) Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BQioGeTWqSQ)

Vinu
23rd April 2013, 07:27 PM
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7 days-aa?

O. P. Olassa
24th April 2013, 01:20 AM
Thor : The Dark World
7p7rocHEecE

Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 02:52 AM
Thor : The Dark World
7p7rocHEecE
sheda ithum kollalo, Marveline kondu thottu .... Loki 'Baby face' avumo ??

Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 02:55 AM
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Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 03:01 AM
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Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 12:57 PM
Iron man reviews vannu thudangi ....... so far ellam postitive

tonykuttan
24th April 2013, 01:35 PM
Iron man reviews vannu thudangi ....... so far ellam postitive

yup... series'le ettavum kidilam ennanu kettath...:kudiyans:

Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 01:37 PM
yup... series'le ettavum kidilam ennanu kettath...:kudiyans:
:kalakki::kidilam::Yahoo: Shane Black

Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 02:47 PM
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Gal Gadot
24th April 2013, 02:56 PM
Iron Man Ultimate Trilogy Trailer - Robert Downey Jr. Movie HD - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8m9XEmTCoU&feature=youtu.be)

Gal Gadot
25th April 2013, 12:19 PM
Iron man 3 theater list

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Gal Gadot
25th April 2013, 01:38 PM
@LifeofPiMovie (https://twitter.com/LifeofPiMovie) will complete 157 days tomorrow @ Calicut Crown theater [Kerala] @foxstarindia (https://twitter.com/foxstarindia) #LifeofPi (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23LifeofPi) - Incredible Run

tonykuttan
25th April 2013, 03:35 PM
Iron man 3 theater list

Click here to see the image (http://i.imgur.com/CvSBuL1.jpg)

q cinemas'l ravilathe show ippozhe sold out aayi :gdance:


@LifeofPiMovie (https://twitter.com/LifeofPiMovie) will complete 157 days tomorrow @ Calicut Crown theater [Kerala] @foxstarindia (https://twitter.com/foxstarindia) #LifeofPi (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23LifeofPi) - Incredible Run

ho.... maarakam... pakshe ippo bluray okke irangikkazhinjittum aalkkar kerunnundo??

Krrish
25th April 2013, 10:18 PM
Iron man 3 theater list

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EKM PVR 3D Opening Programme :adipoli: :adipoli:

Naaduvazhikal
26th April 2013, 12:45 AM
ho.... maarakam... pakshe ippo bluray okke irangikkazhinjittum aalkkar kerunnundo??


USil 2 weeks munne vare shows undarnnu in major theaters.. amazing run.. parayathirikkan vayya..

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 09:09 AM
Iron Man bowls over B-Town



Iron Man 3 is among the most-awaited Hollywood action films this summer. Robert Downey Jr, who is the newest Hollywood heartthrob in India after delivering five hit films backto-back, is wearing the famous red and gold Iron Man suit once again in an exciting action extravaganza that will dish out more heartpumping action and will give the viewers quite an adrenaline rush. Iron Man has a massive fan base in India, including the superstars of Bollywood who can’t wait to go to the theatres to watch the movie that releases today!
Produced by Marvel and distributed by UTV Motion Pictures in India, Iron Man 3 releases in India today, in both 3D and 2D, a week before its release in the US. The film is also being dubbed in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil and will open in IMAX 3D.

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Robert Downey Jr. has an enviable fan following among women. Kareena Kapoor talks about his charm saying, “Iron Man is the ultimate action superstar. I love the Iron Man series. No one can play the character better than Robert Downey Jr. He is effortless as a billionaire, playboy, genius.”


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Shah Rukh Khan is an ardent fan of the superhero too. He says, “Iron Man personifies a true hero. It’s a character that cuts across all age groups. My children are excited to watch Iron Man 3 as much as I am – that’s the sign of a super movie that has something for everyone. More power to Iron Man.”


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Ajay Devgn, who is an action icon himself, is rav i n g about Iron M a n. “The Iron Man 3 trailers have been quite impressive, showcasing entertaining and powerful visual effects. Having enjoyed the previous two instalments, the third one is definitely on my watch list.”


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Prabhudheva, who has made masala action movies like Rowdy Rathore and Wanted, says,“I enjoy watching all super hero movies and Iron Man is one of my favourite movies. My kids and I are waiting to watch it.”

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 09:30 AM
USil 2 weeks munne vare shows undarnnu in major theaters.. amazing run.. parayathirikkan vayya..
Calicut Film Cityilum undu

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 09:46 AM
Review: Iron Man 3 soars higher than ever

April 26, 2013 08:45 IST

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http://im.rediff.com/movies/2013/apr/26iron-man.jpgIron Man 3 boasts of the headiest of action setpieces, writes Raja Sen.

It’s easy to forget just how much that suit weighs.

And that’s because it looks so, so good. Aerodynamically magical and ergonomically perfect, the suit is a technological marvel in red-and-yellow -- it’s as if Jony Ive worked for Ferrari [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=ferrari) ]. Everyone’s favourite sequence (http://movies.rediff.com/report/2010/may/07/review-falling-hard-for-iron-man-2.htm) in the last Iron Man film, in fact, featured the suit extending itself -- going from a briefcase to sheathing all of Tony Stark’s body in a matter of very sleek seconds.

In the latest film the suit goes even further, peeling on and off bodies in motion, mid-air and even clamping itself on piecemeal. It’s a jawdropper all right.

And yet it is only in Shane Black’s Iron Man 3 that we actually get a sense of the suit’s perceptible weight; of how goddamned heavy it must be as it protectively rearranges itself around Gwyneth Paltrow [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=gwyneth+paltrow) ]’s body during an explosion -- and how helpless she looks, pirouetting as the suit yanks itself off her and goes to find its master.

Her neck twirls like a twig as the suffocatingly secure red and yellow leaves her, safe but decidedly with her brains puréed. Tony now has more suits than a man could need (even Barney Stinson will agree) but this is a film where we see him also as a fallen knight, dragging his armour through the snow. The message is clear: his armour is also his prison.

All messages, in fact, are clear as a plexiglass visor. In a world after the last Marvel megamovie, “subtlety,” as a character in this movie says, “has kinda had its day.” It’s true.

Tony Stark might be playing with suits, but there’s a cartoonishly fearsome fundamentalist loon on the horizon called The Mandarin, and he’s sending parable-filled messages and revelling in making America crumble like a fortune cookie.

Meanwhile, Stark himself is suffering from anxiety attacks. Following the climax of last year’s blockbuster (http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/review-avengers/20120425.htm) which saw him almost dying before he suggested everyone try shawarma, Tony’s apparently shaken up.

“Nothing’s the same since New York,” he broods 911istically about what might have been. Best friend Colonel James Rhodes is less impressed, complaining about how Stark is frequently “off with the superfriends.” Yup, it’s a movie where sincerity is met with a wisecrack, a movie where snappy lines cut each other up like swordsmen on steroids, a movie that builds its energy from its banter. (The arc-reactor inside Shane Black must be a VHS tape of The Odd Couple.)

Rhodes has reason to be upset. His old-school grey War Machine suit has been painted red, white and blue, and he’s been rebranded Iron Patriot. This sets the stage for some delicious Riggs-and-Murtaugh style repartee between him and Stark, no surprise coming from Black who wrote the Lethal Weapon movies.

Iron Man 3, then, is a film about Tony talking to people: To Rhodes, to an impressionable young kid, and to his girlfriend Pepper. And when someone like Black’s writing words for Robert Downey Jr [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=robert+downey+jr) ] to say, we’re in business. Kiss Kiss, Clang Clang.

Yet what glorious clanging it is. Iron Man 3 boasts of the headiest of action setpieces, long and spectacular bits of movie wizardry dreamed up by grown men who like pushing their action figures to the limit.

A lot of superhero movies look alike now, with increasingly incoherent action populating most of them, but this is a pleasure: these set-pieces feel like big, expansive, boastfully huge splash-pages -- the kind of pages created by a master storyteller and a truly gifted artist, the kind of pages where there’s a clear idea behind the explosion, where the scene and its contents truly merit the riotous RAKABADOOOOM sound where the letterer goes to town.

The kind of pages that you stare at for a while, refusing to flip ahead, grinning at it all.

(The kind of pages, also that don’t really need 3D conversion; I recommend you watch this film without the big glasses.)


Cheekiness seems to be Black’s mantra, thankfully. Things get a bit sloppy near the end, and it is often that the film recklessly veers towards Deep and Meaningful, but there’s always enough of a wink to ensure things stay entertaining.

Even when the climax gets far too long drawn out, you know who to root for because of the crackling narrative and, of course, the actors.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Pepper Potts is an increasingly important part of the Iron Man franchise, and this installment lets her bring some serious spunk to the table. Plus she really knows how to nail a line, delivering it flat, cold, with brutal brilliance.

The beautiful Rebecca Hall is mostly wasted as one of Stark’s onetime flings, but, after watching Scarlett Johannson in the last film, those of us Iron Man fans who love Vicky Christina Barcelona [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=barcelona) ] must start petitioning Marvel to get us Penelope [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=penelope) ] next time.

Don Cheadle’s Rhodey is reliably strong, and Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan as likeable as can be. On the other end of that spectrum stands overzealous scientist Guy Pearce, hamming it up unimpressively.

It is Sir Ben Kingsley [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=ben+kingsley) ]’s Mandarin who turns out to be a truly clever construct, a character written for another time and cannily made relevant today, and Kingsley plays him with great flair.

A young man called James Badge Dale is quite terrific as an evil henchman, and Ty Simpkins, playing the kid who befriends Tony, is spot on.

And then there’s Robert Downey Jr, immaculately inhabiting both suit and smirk. The actor has taken the character and really, really run with it, and his version of Iron Man -- younger than the comics, less of a drunkard, as much (or more) of an egomaniac -- is now more definitive than the character in the books.

He does the impossible: playing it cool and yet coming off grandiose. Bravo. Tony Stark seems as much a part of RDJ’s personality as he does a mask, and perhaps the actor inside the armour will find it hard to imagine leaving the character, this wonderful career-altering character, behind. For now, though, he’s our Iron Man.

No two ways about it.

And he’s in the best hands. “I got you,” Pepper says as she saves Tony, in an echo of that most unforgettable scene from Richard Donner’s Superman, the most iconic man-woman moment in all of superhero cinema.

Stark looks up at her, refuses to blink, and says “I got you first.”

Classic.

From one True Believer to another, thank you, Shane Black. Iron Man has never soared higher.

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Raja Sen (http://mypage.rediff.com/profile/getprofile/Raja%20Sen%20/9989464) in Mumbai

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 10:28 AM
@soulucky (https://twitter.com/soulucky) 1m (https://twitter.com/soulucky/status/327647293476061185) Iron Man 3 takes extraordinary opening... Bigger than Avengers at @CineParkValsad (https://twitter.com/CineParkValsad)

Vyshnav K
26th April 2013, 10:50 AM
@LifeofPiMovie (https://twitter.com/LifeofPiMovie) will complete 157 days tomorrow @ Calicut Crown theater [Kerala] @foxstarindia (https://twitter.com/foxstarindia) #LifeofPi (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23LifeofPi) - Incredible Run

Calicut PVS Filmcityilum Und

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 01:45 PM
Breakingviews: Iron Man 3 : The Big Summer Blockbuster - My Movie Review (http://breakingviews4u.blogspot.in/2013/04/IronMan3ExclusiveMovieReviewFromKeralaIndia.html)

Gal Gadot
26th April 2013, 02:32 PM
Aashiqui 2 Has Decent Opening But Iron Man Better



Thursday 25th April 2013 10.00 IST

Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network



Aashiqui 2 took a decent opening especially in places like UP, Rajasthan and CI due to the hit music. At places it managed 50% collections but others were a low as 25%. On average its a 35-40% opening. The opening is pretty decent for a non star cast film.



The big cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore were all about Iron Man which took a very good opening in 3D and a good opening in 2D. The film has opened to collections in the 50-60% on average.



The early trends are that Iron Man will have better collections in the metros while Aashiqui 2 will score better in UP, Bihar, CP Berar, CI and Rajasthan though the gap in collections in places like Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore is likely to be very big in favour of Iron Man.

Vinu
27th April 2013, 12:12 PM
Njan innale second show kandu, from Anjali.
Padam ishtamayi, 3d effects polichu.
Anjali balcony full, FC 90%. Remya-lum huge rush. Anyaya opening for an english movie here.

Flipper
27th April 2013, 02:43 PM
Njan innale second show kandu, from Anjali.
Padam ishtamayi, 3d effects polichu.
Anjali balcony full, FC 90%. Remya-lum huge rush. Anyaya opening for an english movie here.

njanum undayirinnu innale anjalyil for second show..balcony.. theateril nalla response ayirinnu

naran
27th April 2013, 03:17 PM
njn innale anjalyil mng sho kandarunnu..kidu padam.... best f d series..

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 06:43 PM
7.5cr nett - 2nd best opening in India ever after Amazing Spiderman [8cr]

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 06:44 PM
Njan innale second show kandu, from Anjali.
Padam ishtamayi, 3d effects polichu.
Anjali balcony full, FC 90%. Remya-lum huge rush. Anyaya opening for an english movie here.


njanum undayirinnu innale anjalyil for second show..balcony.. theateril nalla response ayirinnu


njn innale anjalyil mng sho kandarunnu..kidu padam.... best f d series..
:kidu: :kidu:


please full length review idu machanmare - seperate thread ayittu ......

Krrish
27th April 2013, 09:52 PM
Saw Iron Man 3 today... Kidilan... Iron Man Solo moviesile best enn thane parayaam... Robert Downey & Ben Kingsley Kalakki.... Marvel scores again after Avengers

Cinemax 9.15AM show... Housefull

Post Credits scene nalla wit aayirunnu... :)

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 10:32 PM
Saw Iron Man 3 today... Kidilan... Iron Man Solo moviesile best enn thane parayaam... Robert Downey & Ben Kingsley Kalakki.... Marvel scores again after Avengers

Cinemax 9.15AM show... Housefull

Post Credits scene nalla wit aayirunnu... :)

:cheers::cheers:

RDJ :yo::yo:

angeru niruthi povuka anel :sankadam:

WE RIOT

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 10:36 PM
Thor 2 trailer onode kandu, verrupikumo ennu ipo pedi ....... choose b/n lover and land...olakka...... adyam audio ilathe kandapo kidu enu karuthiyatha . Thor 1 um porayirunu

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 10:37 PM
Ironman3 ends on an impressive note - Joss Whedon will have a lot to think about

Krrish
27th April 2013, 10:49 PM
:cheers::cheers:

RDJ :yo::yo:

angeru niruthi povuka anel :sankadam:

WE RIOT

Tony Stark will Return :strong::strong::strong:

ingane ezhuthi kaanichille last.... namukku pratheekshikaam :clapping::clapping:

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 10:53 PM
Tony Stark will Return :strong::strong::strong:

ingane ezhuthi kaanichille last.... namukku pratheekshikaam :clapping::clapping:

in Avengers enaalle...... athu sadharana pathivullatha

Krrish
27th April 2013, 10:54 PM
in Avengers enaalle...... athu sadharana pathivullatha

in avengers enn illayirunnu... Tony Stark will return enn matram...

Krrish
27th April 2013, 10:55 PM
RDJ-Ben kingsely Confrontation was one of the best scenes I have seen in recent times.... :kidilam: :kidilam:

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:01 PM
in avengers enn illayirunnu... Tony Stark will return enn matram...
coz they haven't titles avengers 2 yet

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:03 PM
Iron Man 3 After credits Scene - YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTtsA8q80TM)

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:07 PM
RDJ-Ben kingsely Confrontation was one of the best scenes I have seen in recent times.... :kidilam: :kidilam:
climax okke kori tharichu oru vazhi aayi ....... ithreem romancham avengersil polum undayilla

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:09 PM
Joss Whedon Is Either Messing With Us Or Adding Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch to ‘Avengers 2’

(http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/news/joss-whedon-quicksilver-scarlet-witch-avengers-2.php) Movie News (http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/category/news) By Nathan Adams (http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/author/nathan) on April 25, 2013 | Be the First To Comment (http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/news/joss-whedon-quicksilver-scarlet-witch-avengers-2.php#comments)

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If Joss Whedon were really going to add two of the biggest superheroes in Avengers’ history to the roster of his team in Avengers 2, two characters who we’ve yet to see in any Marvel movies or who have yet to even be hinted at in regards to Marvel’s upcoming plans, there’s no way he would reveal it to us this early in the Avengers 2 developmental process, would he? The gut says no, but when you watch the following interview [via Collider (http://collider.com/iron-man-4-news/)] he did on the red carpet of the Iron Man 3 premiere, the brain tells you otherwise.
Skip ahead about two minutes into that video, to the part where they’re talking about his plans for Avengers 2. Not only does Whedon say that he has the first draft of the script done, that storyboarding has begun, and that he’s happy with where they’re at so far, but he adds that he’s extra excited about what they’re going to bring us next time around because, “I’ve got these two characters, two of my favorite characters from the comic book, a brother-sister act. They’re in the movie.”
Hold up. When you hear that a brother and sister duo are being brought into an Avengers movie, your first instinct is to jump to conclusions and think that he’s going to be bringing in Pietro and Wanda Maximoff, AKA Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, AKA the twin children of X-Men villain Magneto. Being part of the first crew (along with Hawkeye) that Captain America recruited to carry on the Avengers legacy after the original team split up, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch are two of the longest lasting and most important characters in The Avengers’ publishing history. Seemingly they’re available for Whedon to use as well, because there’s been indication before that, even though they’re mutants, Marvel could get around Fox’s hold on the X-Men franchise by never really mentioning their mutant powers or parentage and just focusing on the part of their characters that have to do with their careers as Avengers.
Movie versions of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch would be awesome news for longtime comic book fans. Is it possible that Whedon is being generous and letting us in on this big scoop this far ahead of his film actually being completed, or is there some other, less important, more obscure “brother-sister act” that he could be referencing, who might be playing an incidental part in his Avengers 2 plot? Whedon is kind of a devious bastard, so we’re probably going to need the help of some super-obsessed Marvel history experts to suss this one out. Hook us up with any theories in the comments.

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:09 PM
SHANE BLACK Says Robert Downey Jr. Is Onboard For IRON MAN 4 (http://www.unleashthefanboy.com/movies/shane-black-confirms-robert-downey-jr-for-iron-man-4/51654)

April 19, 2013 By Steve L (http://www.unleashthefanboy.com/author/editor) 1 comment (http://www.unleashthefanboy.com/movies/shane-black-confirms-robert-downey-jr-for-iron-man-4/51654#comments)





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“Will Robert Downey Jr. retire from Iron Man?”
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“I think he’ll be back for another one. I’m sure of it.”
Was he speaking with some special insight into the situation? Had RDJ confessed to him “Marvel’s gonna give me a shit ton of money if I play Iron Man for 10 more movies!”… or is Shane Black making a simple guess, based on the actor’s love of the role.
I’d like to think that RDJ has secretly secured a new contract with Marvel, guaranteeing that the actor will remain firmly in place until his death… and beyond. Who wouldn’t pay to see the adventures of Necro-Iron Man? I know I would…
Alright, maybe that fanboy-ism was taken a bit too far. I don’t actually want to see an onscreen cadaver, let alone as the lead character. It was a very bad joke! Who do you think we are… those freak-a-deaks at Collider?

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SOURCE: Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/iron-man-3-premiere-robert-downey-jr-will-return-for-iron-man-4-says-director-8580507.html)

Krrish
27th April 2013, 11:47 PM
climax okke kori tharichu oru vazhi aayi ....... ithreem romancham avengersil polum undayilla

Mudinja Kai adi aayirunnu njan kandappol:adipoli: :adipoli:

Krrish
27th April 2013, 11:49 PM
coz they haven't titles avengers 2 yet

Captain America/Thor aavumbozhekkum Title varum enn pratheekshikaam....

Gal Gadot
27th April 2013, 11:57 PM
7.5cr nett - 2nd best opening in India ever after Amazing Spiderman [8cr]
innu 9cr ennu kelkunnu, TVM anjali all shows full enum kettu

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:04 AM
climax okke kori tharichu oru vazhi aayi ....... ithreem romancham avengersil polum undayilla
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:05 AM
Emsj6cZ3WX0

Kidu Trailer, Kidu cast:kollaam::kollaam:

Gal Gadot
28th April 2013, 12:11 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
:mad: ningalu poyi script undaku script undaku

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:15 AM
:mad: ningalu poyi script undaku script undaku
Alla beeviye pole ithrayum padangalu kaanunna oraalu athu expect cheythilla ennokke kettappo chirichu poyatha. Njan athu nalla sundaramayi expect cheyyuka aayirunnu.:lol:

Gal Gadot
28th April 2013, 12:20 AM
Alla beeviye pole ithrayum padangalu kaanunna oraalu athu expect cheythilla ennokke kettappo chirichu poyatha. Njan athu nalla sundaramayi expect cheyyuka aayirunnu.:lol:

ethu ???

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:22 AM
ethu ???
Ella iron man suites varunnathum thudarnnu undavunnathum

Gal Gadot
28th April 2013, 12:28 AM
Ella iron man suites varunnathum thudarnnu undavunnathum

athinu varum ennu adyame kanikunundalo ... ithra 'manasilakan' onum illalo ...... bt still athoru haram thanne anu ...... ninga kandapo theateril enthayirunu response, ithoke eniku manasilayi enu paranghu alukal veruthe irino :scratch: ?? Just asking, curious

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:30 AM
athinu varum ennu adyame kanikunundalo ... ithra 'manasilakan' onum illalo ...... bt still athoru haram thanne anu ...... ninga kandapo theateril enthayirunu response, ithoke eniku manasilayi enu paranghu alukal veruthe irino :scratch: ?? Just asking, curious
njan mattullavarude kaaryamalla paranajthu. Nammude thanne kaaryamaanu. Varum ennu expect cheyyunnathu athe pole thanne varumbo ethra maathram romancham varum ennathaanu :)

Gal Gadot
28th April 2013, 12:35 AM
njan mattullavarude kaaryamalla paranajthu. Nammude thanne kaaryamaanu. Varum ennu expect cheyyunnathu athe pole thanne varumbo ethra maathram romancham varum ennathaanu :)
:tongue:
sheda enikonnu romanchikanum patille ........
:order:

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:38 AM
:tongue:
sheda enikonnu romanchikanum patille ........
:order:
Enna pinne irunnu romanchicho. Enikkentho padam ee parayunna athra sambhavam aayi thonniyilla :dreamz:

Gal Gadot
28th April 2013, 12:41 AM
Enna pinne irunnu romanchicho. Enikkentho padam ee parayunna athra sambhavam aayi thonniyilla :dreamz:
Praayathinteya, veruthe alla RED ithrakum pidichathu :kolavili:




[RED 1 enikum ishtamayirunu]

Saroj Kumar
28th April 2013, 12:45 AM
Praayathinteya, veruthe alla RED ithrakum pidichathu :kolavili:




[RED 1 enikum ishtamayirunu]
:evil: :evil: Red 1 kidu aayriunnu. Ithu athiluim kidukkum ennthu thonnunnu. Anthony Hopkins :salute: Thakarthu

Krrish
28th April 2013, 05:35 PM
:tongue:
sheda enikonnu romanchikanum patille ........
:order:

Vittu kala beevi... Saroj annante praayathinte prashnamaa.... :drums:

Gal Gadot
29th April 2013, 12:00 AM
Vittu kala beevi... Saroj annante praayathinte prashnamaa.... :drums:

randu divasam purathaki ..... ennodu kalichal ingane irikkum :kudi:

Gal Gadot
29th April 2013, 12:36 AM
‘Iron Man 3′ Beats ‘Avengers’ International Box Office Numbers

by Rob Keyes (http://screenrant.com/author/rob/)
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Marvel Studios’ international marketing strategy is paying off and the cast and crew of Iron Man 3 (http://screenrant.com/tag/iron-man-3/) can feel happy knowing their time investment required to conduct a comprehensive world press tour leading up to the theatrical release of the first post-Avengers production is paying off.
Where last summer’s The Avengers broke not only the domestic opening weekend record (http://screenrant.com/the-avengers-box-office-opening-weekend-rob-169760/), but in a dozen international markets, Iron Man 3 is already beating it out with $195.3M at the international box office.


Disney and Marvel Studios are happily sharing the box office numbers before the weekend’s out and they’re impressive to say the least, emphasizing the importance of the summer-start release date and the appear of Robert Downey Jr. as the quintessential face of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here are the highlights Disney noted:
International Highlights


Biggest opening weekend ever in: Argentina, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore
Biggest opening day ever in: Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia
Biggest Marvel opening weekend in: Australia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Finland, Hungary, Romania, New Zealand, Argentina, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines and Malaysia
#1 film in every market and is the biggest opening weekend of all time in Asia Pacific and Latin America

The $195.3 million estimated haul beats out The Avengers international opening (http://screenrant.com/the-avengers-breaks-overseas-box-office-records-rob-167354/) of $185.1 million and is a sign of things to come. The biggest highlight we’re noting is that the film hasn’t even opened in China, Germany or Russia yet and that’s crucial because Disney and Marvel are banking hard in the Chinese box office with their partnership with Beijing-based DMG Entertainment (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-spoilers-armor/) to make Iron Man 3 a co-production. China is even getting a slightly different version of the film (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-chinese-version-different/) with added footage.
UK

$21.5M

Korea

$19.2M

Australia

$18.4M

Mexico

$16.1M

France

$14.7M

Brazil

$12.3M

Italy

$11.2M

Taiwan

$8.4M

Philippines

$7.4M

Japan

$5.4M

India

$5.2M

Spain

$5.0M

HK

$4.9M

Malaysia

$4.6M

Indonesia

$4.5M

Other

$36.5M

Total

$195.3M

Iron Man 3 of course hits its biggest market (North America) next Friday and as of last week, MovieTickets.com claimed opening day sales already had more than 400 theaters sold out. That was then. The increased buzz since and closer proximity to its release will increase demand of opening weekend pre-sales even further. Iron Man 2, the last non-3D title from Marvel Studios had a domestic opening of $128,122,480 and the 3D-boosted openings of Captain America and Thor couldn’t compare. It wasn’t until The Avengers brought back Robert Downey Jr. and everyone else together for the record-breaking $207,438,708 domestic opening (the biggest domestic opening of all-time). According to The Wrap last week (before the international numbers came in), Iron Man 3 was tracking for a $160 million U.S. opening which is a safe bet considering the success of Iron Man 2, the international numbers, the post-Avengers boost and the early positive reviews (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-early-reviews/).
http://cdn1.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/Robert-Downey-Jr-in-Iron-Man-3.jpg (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-imax-poster-kevin-feige-interviews/robert-downey-jr-in-iron-man-3-2/)
It’s safe to say Iron Man 3 will cross the billion dollar mark, justifying its role as the first chapter of Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It also raises expectations for Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, while also emphasizing the importance of Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Don Cheadle (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-4-gwyneth-paltrow-pepper-potts/), all of whom have contracts ending with this film. As RDJ is acutely aware, he and his agent are in the best position in Hollywood and were smart to wait for the film to open before renegotiating contract extensions. For the Disney camp, like Johnny Depp with Pirates of the Caribbean, RDJ is crucial to the future of the franchise and they will need to sign him for The Avengers 2 and possibly even Iron Man 4. The film’s domestic performance will be very telling and may alter the course of the future of the franchise.
Iron Man 3 is directed by Shane Black based off of his and Drew Pearce’s screenplay, and stars Robert Downey Jr., Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Guy Pearce, Stephanie Szostak, Jon Favreau, Rebecca Hall, William Sadler, James Badge Dale and the voice of Paul Bettany.

Gal Gadot
29th April 2013, 12:38 AM
#IronMan3 (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23IronMan3&src=hash) breaks the opening weekend record of The Amazing Spider-Man with 28.15cr in 3 days @ India #BoxOffice (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23BoxOffice&src=hash) according to Disney-Marvel

Antony Moses
29th April 2013, 03:21 AM
:omg: Nearly 30 cr in 3 days!!

Dinkan Bhai
29th April 2013, 08:50 AM
IM enthanu us release ilathe irunnath?

Gal Gadot
29th April 2013, 11:46 AM
IM enthanu us release ilathe irunnath?
May 3 release..... like Avengers

Gal Gadot
29th April 2013, 12:23 PM
Iron Man 3 Kerala first day 9 lakhs NETT[many shows were cancelled in 1st day due 2 technical problems] - Avengers life time was 60-65 lakhs looks tough to beat

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 11:10 AM
Pacific Rim Official Wondercon Trailer (2013) - Guillermo del Toro Movie HD - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef6vQBGqLW8&feature=youtu.be)

Godzilla vs Transformers ???

Antony Moses
30th April 2013, 11:11 AM
Isthirikkaran :kidu:

tonykuttan
30th April 2013, 04:46 PM
Pacific Rim Official Wondercon Trailer (2013) - Guillermo del Toro Movie HD - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef6vQBGqLW8&feature=youtu.be)

Godzilla vs Transformers ???

:cheers:

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 07:30 PM
:cheers:
:njam_njam:

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 08:28 PM
The predicted #IronMan3 (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23IronMan3) Domestic Box Office Opening Weekend numbers jumped to $160mn, which means a fight with TDKR for 3rd best ever openg

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 08:32 PM
IM3 India BO 28cr gross ayirunnu

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 08:38 PM
Iron Man 3 Becomes Second Hollywood Film To Cross 20 Crore Weekend
Monday 29th April 2013 10.30 IST
Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network

Iron Man 3 grossed 21 crore nett approx and become the second Hollywood film to cross the 20 crore nett mark for the weekend with The Amazing Spiderman the only other film to do it with around 25 crore nett over the weekend.

Iron Man 3 has done well all over with circuits like Mysore, Nizam and TNK being excellent. The weekend breakdown was as follows.

Friday - 6,70,00,000
Saturday - 7,10,00,000
Sunday - 7,30,00,000

TOTAL - 21,10,00,000

naran
30th April 2013, 09:13 PM
e amazing spider man enna koora padama?enitum mudinja collectn ayirunnalle?

Gal Gadot
30th April 2013, 09:26 PM
e amazing spider man enna koora padama?enitum mudinja collectn ayirunnalle?
Spider Man + Sony's marketing power

naran
30th April 2013, 09:52 PM
analle....njn oru 20 min kandu veruthu nirthi vachu..spider man ennullathu ipozhum toby thanneya manasil athavum

Gal Gadot
1st May 2013, 12:55 AM
analle....njn oru 20 min kandu veruthu nirthi vachu..spider man ennullathu ipozhum toby thanneya manasil athavum
enikum ishtapetila ......... SM okke ipo verum pillerkula pole ayi poyi .... lizard villain :lol:

Gal Gadot
1st May 2013, 10:56 AM
Die Hard 6 = Die Hardest

naran
1st May 2013, 01:29 PM
enikum ishtapetila ......... SM okke ipo verum pillerkula pole ayi poyi .... lizard villain :lol:

veruthu anu nirthyathu...

Gal Gadot
1st May 2013, 05:34 PM
Honest Trailers - Iron Man 2 - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKCF63Ux4x8)

Gal Gadot
2nd May 2013, 01:19 PM
IronMan3 31 crores in 6 days

Gal Gadot
3rd May 2013, 07:55 AM
Robert Downey Jr. Renegotiating Contract with Marvel (http://geektyrant.com/news/2013/5/1/robert-downey-jr-renegotiating-contract-with-marvel.html)

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During an interview with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, Robert Downey Jr. dropped a little gem about his continuance with the Marvel universe. When asked if he would be back for more, he said:

I don't know…
I had a long contract with them, and now we're gonna renegotiate.
He then proceeded to wink multiple times. It's not a definitive no, however; it is not a yes. At least he's having discussions with Marvel about returning! So if they can work something out, maybe we'll see him in one or two more Marvel films! Watch the clip of the interview and let us know what you think of his reaction.
Of course, I don’t think that anyone else could fill RDJ’s shoes as Tony Stark. If he doesn’t sign another contract, do you think it would be worth recasting the character?

Gal Gadot
3rd May 2013, 07:55 AM
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Gal Gadot
3rd May 2013, 07:59 AM
Forecast: 'Iron Man 3' in Line for One of the Biggest Openings Ever

by Ray Subers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/authors/?id=11&p=.htm)
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/image2/ironman3_ironman3324.jpg (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/gotogallery.php?rid=42691)Iron Man 3

May 2, 2013

The Summer movie season officially begins this weekend with Iron Man 3 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman3.htm), which should leverage goodwill from The Avengers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avengers11.htm) to generate one of the biggest opening weekends ever.

Opening at 4,253 locations, Iron Man 3 is the seventh movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the first one in what's being referred to as "Phase 2" (the post-Avengers era). "Phase 1" kicked off with the first Iron Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman.htm), which surprised many when it earned $318.4 million in Summer 2008. The sequel, 2010's Iron Man 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman2.htm), grossed nearly as much ($312.4 million), but was mostly considered a creative disappointment. All the other "Phase 1" movies—The Incredible Hulk (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=incrediblehulk.htm), Thor (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=thor.htm) and Captain America: The First Avenger (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=captainamerica.htm)—earned less than $200 million domestically, which confirms that Iron Man is by-far the favorite character among The Avengers crew.

With very few exceptions, the third entry in an ongoing franchise winds up grossing less than its predecessor, no matter how well-liked the predecessor was (The Dark Knight Rises (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=batman3.htm) is a strong recent example of this trend). That probably won't be the case with Iron Man 3, though, because it's being perceived as a follow-up to The Avengers, not to Iron Man 2. That movie exceeded even the most outlandish expectations when it set the opening weekend record at this time last year with $207.4 million. It went on to earn over $623 million domestically and over $1.5 billion worldwide, making it the third-highest-grossing movie ever behind Avatar (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avatar.htm) and Titanic (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=titanic.htm).

Not content to merely cruise on positive vibes from The Avengers, Disney's marketing for Iron Man 3 has been aggressive and impressive. Previews manage to heighten the personal drama for Tony Stark while at the same time showcasing some awesome action; in particular, the destruction of Tony Stark's Malibu home has been a highlight of the campaign. It's also emphasized the conflict with villain The Mandarin, and teased a climactic battle that features an army of Iron Man suits (which does unfortunately call to mind the ending of Iron Man 2). All of this has added up to intense levels of anticipation: the movie currently accounts for 93 percent of sales on Fandango and 91 percent of sales on MovieTickets.com.

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/image2/ironman3_IM305.jpg (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/gotogallery.php?rid=40483)Iron Man 3 has already opened throughout most overseas markets, and remarkably has performed about in line with The Avengers so far. In some critical areas, it's actually playing better than The Avengers: with tons of support from the Chinese government, the movie set a new opening day record there with $21.5 million on Wednesday. The movie has already earned over $300 million overseas, and should be over $450 million by the end of the weekend.

While this incredible foreign performance bodes well for its domestic debut, it would be hasty to assume Iron Man 3 can also match The Avengers here. The Avengers was a unique movie-going event unlike anything that had come before, while Iron Man 3's smaller scale puts it at an inherent disadvantage. Still, with a massive marketing push and zero competition, there's a legitimate change that Iron Man 3 tops Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=harrypotter72.htm) ($169.2 million) to claim the second-highest opening ever.

Forecast (May 3-5)
1. Iron Man 3 - $177 million
2. Pain and Gain - $9.3 million (-54%)
3. Oblivion - $8.3 million (-54%)
4. 42 - $6.2 million (-42%)
5. The Big Wedding - $4.5 million (-41%)

Bar for Success
Coming off The Avengers and with the addition of 3D ticket pricing to the franchise, Iron Man 3 needs to open noticeably higher than Iron Man 2 ($128.1 million). Anything above $150 million should be considered a major success.

Gal Gadot
3rd May 2013, 08:00 AM
Forecast: 'Iron Man 3' in Line for One of the Biggest Openings Ever

by Ray Subers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/authors/?id=11&p=.htm)
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/image2/ironman3_ironman3324.jpg (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/gotogallery.php?rid=42691)Iron Man 3

May 2, 2013

The Summer movie season officially begins this weekend with Iron Man 3 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman3.htm), which should leverage goodwill from The Avengers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avengers11.htm) to generate one of the biggest opening weekends ever.

Opening at 4,253 locations, Iron Man 3 is the seventh movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the first one in what's being referred to as "Phase 2" (the post-Avengers era). "Phase 1" kicked off with the first Iron Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman.htm), which surprised many when it earned $318.4 million in Summer 2008. The sequel, 2010's Iron Man 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman2.htm), grossed nearly as much ($312.4 million), but was mostly considered a creative disappointment. All the other "Phase 1" movies—The Incredible Hulk (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=incrediblehulk.htm), Thor (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=thor.htm) and Captain America: The First Avenger (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=captainamerica.htm)—earned less than $200 million domestically, which confirms that Iron Man is by-far the favorite character among The Avengers crew.

With very few exceptions, the third entry in an ongoing franchise winds up grossing less than its predecessor, no matter how well-liked the predecessor was (The Dark Knight Rises (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=batman3.htm) is a strong recent example of this trend). That probably won't be the case with Iron Man 3, though, because it's being perceived as a follow-up to The Avengers, not to Iron Man 2. That movie exceeded even the most outlandish expectations when it set the opening weekend record at this time last year with $207.4 million. It went on to earn over $623 million domestically and over $1.5 billion worldwide, making it the third-highest-grossing movie ever behind Avatar (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avatar.htm) and Titanic (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=titanic.htm).

Not content to merely cruise on positive vibes from The Avengers, Disney's marketing for Iron Man 3 has been aggressive and impressive. Previews manage to heighten the personal drama for Tony Stark while at the same time showcasing some awesome action; in particular, the destruction of Tony Stark's Malibu home has been a highlight of the campaign. It's also emphasized the conflict with villain The Mandarin, and teased a climactic battle that features an army of Iron Man suits (which does unfortunately call to mind the ending of Iron Man 2). All of this has added up to intense levels of anticipation: the movie currently accounts for 93 percent of sales on Fandango and 91 percent of sales on MovieTickets.com.

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/image2/ironman3_IM305.jpg (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/gotogallery.php?rid=40483)Iron Man 3 has already opened throughout most overseas markets, and remarkably has performed about in line with The Avengers so far. In some critical areas, it's actually playing better than The Avengers: with tons of support from the Chinese government, the movie set a new opening day record there with $21.5 million on Wednesday. The movie has already earned over $300 million overseas, and should be over $450 million by the end of the weekend.

While this incredible foreign performance bodes well for its domestic debut, it would be hasty to assume Iron Man 3 can also match The Avengers here. The Avengers was a unique movie-going event unlike anything that had come before, while Iron Man 3's smaller scale puts it at an inherent disadvantage. Still, with a massive marketing push and zero competition, there's a legitimate change that Iron Man 3 tops Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=harrypotter72.htm) ($169.2 million) to claim the second-highest opening ever.

Forecast (May 3-5)
1. Iron Man 3 - $177 million
2. Pain and Gain - $9.3 million (-54%)
3. Oblivion - $8.3 million (-54%)
4. 42 - $6.2 million (-42%)
5. The Big Wedding - $4.5 million (-41%)

Bar for Success
Coming off The Avengers and with the addition of 3D ticket pricing to the franchise, Iron Man 3 needs to open noticeably higher than Iron Man 2 ($128.1 million). Anything above $150 million should be considered a major success.

Vyshnav K
3rd May 2013, 10:51 PM
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Gal Gadot
4th May 2013, 01:42 AM
'Iron Man 3' now 2013's top movie overseas with $345 million.. (http://boxofficemojo.com/goto.php?a=5)

Gal Gadot
4th May 2013, 01:42 AM
Friday A.M. Update: Disney is reporting that Iron Man 3 earned $15.6 million from Thursday evening shows in the U.S. That's a bit lower than the midnight opening for The Avengers last year ($18.7 million). This essentially ensures that Iron Man 3 won't match The Avengers for the weekend, considering it's much easier to fill seats at 9 p.m. than at midnight. Still, the movie remains on pace for at least $150 million by the end of the weekend.

starlord
4th May 2013, 01:43 AM
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:kollaam::kollaam:

Gal Gadot
4th May 2013, 01:44 AM
Iron Man 3 Tops In Mysore For 2013: Iron Man 3 v Race 2



Friday 3rd May 2013 10.30 IST

Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network



Iron Man 3 is the biggest film of 2013 till date in Mysore as it has out grossed the only big big grosser of 2013 Race 2. The first week figures in Mysore are below and Race 2 did lifetime business of 5 crore nett approx in Mysore and its likely that Iron Man 3 will cross that figure on Saturday with over 4.50 crore nett already in the bag in seven days.



Friday

Race 2 - 80,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 78,00,000



Saturday

Race 2 - 1,10,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 93,00,000



Sunday

Race 2 - 77,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 92,00,000




Monday

Race 2 - 32,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 39,00,000



Tuesday

Race 2 - 28,00,00

Iron Man 3 - 43,00,000



Wednesday

Race 2 - 24,00,000

Iron Man 3 -80,00,000



Thursday

Race 2 - 20,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 30,00,000



TOTAL

Race 2 - 3,71,00,000

Iron Man 3 - 4,55,00,000

Gal Gadot
4th May 2013, 01:44 AM
Iron Man 3 Has Strong First Week Daily Collections



Friday 3rd May 2013 10.30 IST

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Iron Man 3 had a strong first week as it became the second Hollywood film to cross 30 crore nett in week one with business of over 34 crore nett. The first film to cross 30 crore nett was The Amazing Spiderman which grossed 36 crore nett approx. The daily first week business of Iron Man 3 is as follows.



Friday - 6,70,00,000



Saturday - 7,10,00,000



Sunday - 7,30,00,000



Monday - 3,40,00,000



Tuesday - 3,10,00,000



Wednesday - 3,90,00,000



Thursday - 2,70,00,000



TOTAL - 34,20,00,000

Vinu
4th May 2013, 04:47 PM
Enthayi enthayi? Harry Potter, Avenger-ne okke cut cheyyumo?

Vyshnav K
5th May 2013, 10:05 AM
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Gal Gadot
5th May 2013, 12:45 PM
Enthayi enthayi? Harry Potter, Avenger-ne okke cut cheyyumo?
Don't think so ........

Gal Gadot
5th May 2013, 02:21 PM
Star Trek #IntoDarkness (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23IntoDarkness) Special Previews across India May 10th onwards in 2D, 3D & @IMAX (https://twitter.com/IMAX) 3D

Gal Gadot
5th May 2013, 02:23 PM
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naran
5th May 2013, 09:31 PM
Don't think so ........
SSEAYY....................

Gal Gadot
6th May 2013, 01:03 AM
pottiche, 2nd aye ....... :puka:

Gal Gadot
6th May 2013, 01:04 AM
'Iron Man 3' Zooms to Second-Best U.S. Debut Ever


Disney's Marvel superhero sequel's brought in an estimated $175 million in U.S. theaters as worldwide grosses approach $700 million

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Disney’s and Marvel’s “Iron Man 3" got the summer movie season off to an explosive start, rocketing to $175 million in its first three days, the second-best U.S. box office debut ever.
That topped the $169 million rung up “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" in 2011, but wasn’t nearly enough to catch up with “The Avengers.” That Disney-Marvel superhero mash-up, which also featured Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, kicked off last summer with a staggering $207 million three-day debut.
No one at Disney was disappointed. The opening is easily the year’s best and, after adding another $176 million from overseas this weekend, “Iron Man 3” has now taken in more than $680 million worldwide since debuting on April 24.
Also read: 'Iron Man 3' One-Ups U.S. Debut With Huge Second Week at Overseas Box Office (http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/iron-man-3-one-ups-us-debut-huge-second-week-overseas-box-office-89466)
The opening number far surpassed the $128 million debut of "Iron Man 2" in 2010, with "Iron Man 3" playing more like a sequel to "The Avengers" than that film.
"What (Marvel President) Kevin Feige has done in terms of not just extending the story, but delivering something that's just as compelling with the same sort of wide appeal is truly impressive," Disney's head of distribution Dave Hollis told TheWrap.
http://www.thewrap.com/sites/default/files/resize/2013/May/05/89456/ironmanpepperinside-370x190.pngAudiences at the market-high 4,250 theaters loved the film, and gave it an “A” CinemaScore. That positive word-of-mouth helped on Saturday, as grosses dropped just 9 percent from Friday’s, which were swelled by Thursday night screenings.
The movie's audience skewed male at 61 percent, but played broadly overall. Forty-five percent was under 25 years of age, couples made up 52 percent of the crowd, families were 27 percent and teens 21 percent.
Roughly 45 percent of the grosses came from the 3,193 3D screens. The 325 Imax screens brought in 9 percent of the total.
Also read: 'Iron Man 3': What the Critics Think of Tony Stark's Blockbuster Return (http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/iron-man-3-critics-robert-downey-jr-gwyneth-paltrow-tony-starks-marvel-89046)
"Iron Man 3" co-stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley. Shane Black ("Lethal Weapon") directed the project from a screenplay he co-wrote with Drew Pearce. Favreau, who directed the first two films, is an executive producer.
The other studios gave Disney's $200 million box-office behemoth a wide berth; it was the weekend's only wide opener.
Also read: Howard Kurtz Apologizes for 'Sloppy' Jason Collins Mistake (http://www.thewrap.com/tv/column-post/howard-kurtz-i-apologize-readers-viewers-and-jason-collins-89461)
Last week's No. 1 film, Michael Bay's "Pain & Gain," was a very distant second with $7.6 million. The Jackie Robinson movie "42" finished third in its fourth week at $6.2 million.
Despite the big showing by "Iron Man 3," the overall box office was off roughly 15 percent from the comparable week last year, when "The Avengers" led the way.
Roadside Attractions expanded the Matthew McConaughey drama "Mud" into 576 theaters and it broke into the top ten with $2.1 million.
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6th May 2013, 01:04 AM
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6th May 2013, 01:05 AM
'Iron Man 3' already at $680 million worldwide... (http://boxofficemojo.com/goto.php?a=5)

Gal Gadot
6th May 2013, 10:11 AM
Weekend Report: 'Iron Man 3' Takes Off with Second-Highest Opening Ever

by Ray Subers (http://boxofficemojo.com/authors/?id=11&p=.htm)
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May 5, 2013

Kicking off the Summer movie season this weekend, Iron Man 3 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman3.htm) lived up to sky-high expectations with an estimated $175.3 million haul. That ranks second all-time behind last year's The Avengers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avengers11.htm) ($207.4 million), and is way up on the previous Iron Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman.htm) outings. The movie also continues to do phenomenal business overseas, and is on its way to earning well over $1 billion worldwide.

Iron Man 3's $175.3 million debut is a huge leap over Iron Man 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman2.htm)'s $128.1 million. That's a remarkable achievement given the dodgy history of three-quels—nearly all of them decline from their predecessor—and Iron Man 2's questionable reputation. The main reason for this is simple: audiences viewed Iron Man 3 more as follow-up to The Avengers, which is almost universally beloved, than as a sequel to Iron Man 2.

The Avengers was a cultural phenomenon, though, and it took an exceptional marketing effort from Disney to retain so much of that movie's audience. The centerpiece of the campaign was the destruction of Stark's Malibu home, which managed to up the personal stakes while also showcasing some impressive action. The marketing also emphasized Stark's conflict with the elusive Mandarin, which is typically a good strategy with superhero movies (a hero is most interesting when juxtaposed against a strong villain). Add in a marketplace devoid of competition, and this was a perfect recipe for a blockbuster opening.

It's worth noting that the other Avengers follow-ups (Thor: The Dark World (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=thor2.htm) and Captain America: The Winter Soldier (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=marvel14b.htm)) aren't going to earn anywhere close to this—from a box office perspective, Robert Downey Jr.'s portrayal of Tony Stark/Iron Man is the cornerstone of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the entries that don't feature him are going to gross noticeably less.

Compared to The Avengers, Iron Man 3's audience skewed a bit older (55 percent over 25, compared to 50 percent) but was about even gender-wise (61 percent male vs. 60 percent). 3D ticket sales accounted for 45 percent of the weekend, which is noticeably lower than The Avengers (52 percent). Thanks to an increased screen count, though, Iron Man 3's $16.5 million IMAX haul was a slight improvement on The Avengers.

While some fanboys aren't thrilled about the movie's twists, general audiences dug it, giving it an "A" CinemaScore. From here on out, if Iron Man 3 performs like Iron Man 2 it will close with $427 million; if it holds up like The Avengers, though, it could earn over $500 million. While word-of-mouth will be more Avengers and less Iron Man 2, a particularly competitive May could keep it closer to Iron Man 2.

The box office was all about Iron Man 3 this weekend—it accounted for over 82 percent of the Top 12's business—and the rest of the lineup suffered as a result. In its second weekend, Pain and Gain (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=painandgain.htm) tumbled 63 percent to an estimated $7.6 million. Through 10 days, director Michael Bay (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/people/chart/?id=michaelbay.htm)'s poorly-received bodybuilder thriller has earned a modest $33.9 million.

Jackie Robinson biopic 42 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=42.htm) had a decent hold, easing 42 percent to $6.2 million for a new total of $78.3 million. Oblivion (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=oblivion.htm), on the other hand, got obliterated by Iron Man 3: the Tom Cruise (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/people/chart/?id=tomcruise.htm) sci-fi adventure plummeted 67 percent to $5.8 million. To date, the movie has earned just $76 million, and it's on track to be Cruise's latest outing to fall short of $100 million.

The Croods rounded out the Top Five with an estimated $4.2 million, which is off 37 percent. Through its seventh weekend, the DreamWorks Animation hit has earned $168.7 million.

After an awful start last weekend, The Big Wedding (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=bigwedding.htm) dropped 49 percent to $3.9 million in its second frame. Through 10 days, the poorly-reviewed wedding comedy has earned a terrible $14.2 million.

Mud expanded to 576 locations and took seventh place with an estimated $2.15 million. With $5.2 million in the bank already, the movie appears on pace to earn at least $10 million by the end of its run.

Around-the-World Roundup

While its domestic debut was the big story this weekend, Iron Man 3 is doing even better overseas so far. The movie added $175.9 million from overseas markets, and in just 12 days has already earned over $500 million.

Since opening on Wednesday, the movie has amassed an incredible $63.5 million in China; that's more than recent comic book movies The Dark Knight Rises (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=batman3.htm) and The Amazing Spider-Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=spiderman4.htm) earned in their entire runs. Other top territories for Iron Man 3 include South Korea ($42.6 million), the U.K. ($38.3 million) and Mexico ($35.8 million).

Iron Man 3 should be in for another good outing next weekend, though Star Trek Into Darkness (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=startrek12.htm) could provide tough competition when it opens in the U.K., Australia, Germany and Mexico. Still, a final total north of $800 million seems like a guarantee now, and it could even match The Avengers ($888 million) eventually.

Gal Gadot
6th May 2013, 10:11 AM
Weekend Report: 'Iron Man 3' Takes Off with Second-Highest Opening Ever

by Ray Subers (http://boxofficemojo.com/authors/?id=11&p=.htm)
http://boxofficemojo.com/image2/ironman3_IM307_4.jpg (http://boxofficemojo.com/gotogallery.php?rid=40485)Iron Man 3

May 5, 2013

Kicking off the Summer movie season this weekend, Iron Man 3 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman3.htm) lived up to sky-high expectations with an estimated $175.3 million haul. That ranks second all-time behind last year's The Avengers (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=avengers11.htm) ($207.4 million), and is way up on the previous Iron Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman.htm) outings. The movie also continues to do phenomenal business overseas, and is on its way to earning well over $1 billion worldwide.

Iron Man 3's $175.3 million debut is a huge leap over Iron Man 2 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=ironman2.htm)'s $128.1 million. That's a remarkable achievement given the dodgy history of three-quels—nearly all of them decline from their predecessor—and Iron Man 2's questionable reputation. The main reason for this is simple: audiences viewed Iron Man 3 more as follow-up to The Avengers, which is almost universally beloved, than as a sequel to Iron Man 2.

The Avengers was a cultural phenomenon, though, and it took an exceptional marketing effort from Disney to retain so much of that movie's audience. The centerpiece of the campaign was the destruction of Stark's Malibu home, which managed to up the personal stakes while also showcasing some impressive action. The marketing also emphasized Stark's conflict with the elusive Mandarin, which is typically a good strategy with superhero movies (a hero is most interesting when juxtaposed against a strong villain). Add in a marketplace devoid of competition, and this was a perfect recipe for a blockbuster opening.

It's worth noting that the other Avengers follow-ups (Thor: The Dark World (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=thor2.htm) and Captain America: The Winter Soldier (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=marvel14b.htm)) aren't going to earn anywhere close to this—from a box office perspective, Robert Downey Jr.'s portrayal of Tony Stark/Iron Man is the cornerstone of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the entries that don't feature him are going to gross noticeably less.

Compared to The Avengers, Iron Man 3's audience skewed a bit older (55 percent over 25, compared to 50 percent) but was about even gender-wise (61 percent male vs. 60 percent). 3D ticket sales accounted for 45 percent of the weekend, which is noticeably lower than The Avengers (52 percent). Thanks to an increased screen count, though, Iron Man 3's $16.5 million IMAX haul was a slight improvement on The Avengers.

While some fanboys aren't thrilled about the movie's twists, general audiences dug it, giving it an "A" CinemaScore. From here on out, if Iron Man 3 performs like Iron Man 2 it will close with $427 million; if it holds up like The Avengers, though, it could earn over $500 million. While word-of-mouth will be more Avengers and less Iron Man 2, a particularly competitive May could keep it closer to Iron Man 2.

The box office was all about Iron Man 3 this weekend—it accounted for over 82 percent of the Top 12's business—and the rest of the lineup suffered as a result. In its second weekend, Pain and Gain (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=painandgain.htm) tumbled 63 percent to an estimated $7.6 million. Through 10 days, director Michael Bay (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/people/chart/?id=michaelbay.htm)'s poorly-received bodybuilder thriller has earned a modest $33.9 million.

Jackie Robinson biopic 42 (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=42.htm) had a decent hold, easing 42 percent to $6.2 million for a new total of $78.3 million. Oblivion (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=oblivion.htm), on the other hand, got obliterated by Iron Man 3: the Tom Cruise (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/people/chart/?id=tomcruise.htm) sci-fi adventure plummeted 67 percent to $5.8 million. To date, the movie has earned just $76 million, and it's on track to be Cruise's latest outing to fall short of $100 million.

The Croods rounded out the Top Five with an estimated $4.2 million, which is off 37 percent. Through its seventh weekend, the DreamWorks Animation hit has earned $168.7 million.

After an awful start last weekend, The Big Wedding (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=bigwedding.htm) dropped 49 percent to $3.9 million in its second frame. Through 10 days, the poorly-reviewed wedding comedy has earned a terrible $14.2 million.

Mud expanded to 576 locations and took seventh place with an estimated $2.15 million. With $5.2 million in the bank already, the movie appears on pace to earn at least $10 million by the end of its run.

Around-the-World Roundup

While its domestic debut was the big story this weekend, Iron Man 3 is doing even better overseas so far. The movie added $175.9 million from overseas markets, and in just 12 days has already earned over $500 million.

Since opening on Wednesday, the movie has amassed an incredible $63.5 million in China; that's more than recent comic book movies The Dark Knight Rises (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=batman3.htm) and The Amazing Spider-Man (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=spiderman4.htm) earned in their entire runs. Other top territories for Iron Man 3 include South Korea ($42.6 million), the U.K. ($38.3 million) and Mexico ($35.8 million).

Iron Man 3 should be in for another good outing next weekend, though Star Trek Into Darkness (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=startrek12.htm) could provide tough competition when it opens in the U.K., Australia, Germany and Mexico. Still, a final total north of $800 million seems like a guarantee now, and it could even match The Avengers ($888 million) eventually.

rahul666
6th May 2013, 01:38 PM
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7th May 2013, 12:38 AM
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Gal Gadot
7th May 2013, 01:31 AM
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mixed reviews anallo

Gal Gadot
7th May 2013, 01:49 AM
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7th May 2013, 03:38 PM
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rahul666
7th May 2013, 05:45 PM
mixed reviews anallo

athe .onnu kandu nokanam

rahul666
7th May 2013, 05:51 PM
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'Pain and Gain' Movie Review
All Pain, No Gain By Rebecca Murray, About.com Guide
I was talking about this Michael Bay comedy to a fellow critic and the word he used to describe Pain and Gain was "reprehensible." I'm in total agreement with that assessment and would throw in thoughtless and inappropriate. And, just for good measure, I'd toss in pointless and a time-sucking waste of talent and film.

Had Pain and Gain not been based on real events - including the kidnap, torture, and attempted murder of one businessman and the murder of two other people for financial gain - it may have been amusing enough to recommend on cable, Blu-ray or DVD. The first act's actually pretty well-written and delivers a decent share of laughs. However, things pretty much go downhill once the three lead characters pull off their first kidnapping.

Pain and Gain stars Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, and Anthony Mackie as three bodybuilders of various amounts of intelligence. Daniel (Wahlberg) is the leader of the gang and it's his plot to have all of his dreams for wealth come true by kidnapping a millionaire (Tony Shalhoub) and forcing him to sign over his business, bank accounts, and all other assets, that sets the events that will ultimately lead to torture and attempted murder into action. Mackie plays Adrian, Daniel's co-worker whose obsessed with bulking up to the point that steroids have landed him with a major case of penile dysfunction. He's also a lover of large women which allows director Michael Bay to bring in Rebel Wilson for some funny sexual banter. And Johnson's saddled with playing Paul, a muscle-bound, ex-con, AA-line-spouting, borne-again Christian who reluctantly agrees to being the third member of this gang of idiots.

Daniel seems to believe that just because a guy's not a nice fellow, it's okay to steal his entire life and fortune and leave him for dead. Adrian and Paul go along with this for no other reason than they're money-grubbing lowlifes with more muscles than brains. And after going through the first victim's money and destroying his life without getting caught, they plot to do the same with another businessman. That attempted kidnapping doesn't go off as planned, and the three amigos are outed for the criminals they truly are.

Keep in mind this is based on a true story of multiple murders, but it's played entirely for laughs. In the hands of the Coen Brothers or filmmakers of that ilk, the story may have worked but Pain and Gain, directed by Michael Bay (the Transformers franchise) from a script by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, completely misses the 'dark comedy' mark. Instead, the torture and murders are played for easy laughs while Bay even goes as far as to place a reminder on the screen more than halfway through that this based on a true story. Not one bit of sympathy is ever shown any of the victims which I'm sure will be argued is because the film isn't about the victims - it's about the perpetrators. And that would be fine IF the screenplay didn't actually make the victims out to be deserving of their injuries/deaths.

I have a twisted sense of humor but Pain and Gain left me feeling in need of a shower. Why anyone thought the true events were great fodder for a comedy is beyond me.

GRADE: D-

Pain and Gain was directed by Michael Bay and is rated R for bloody violence, crude sexual content, nudity, language throughout and drug use.

Gal Gadot
8th May 2013, 04:39 PM
Marvel Facing Challenges in Signing Robert Downey Jr. For ‘Avengers 2 & 3′

by Rob Keyes (http://screenrant.com/author/rob/)
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In just two weeks, Iron Man 3 (http://screenrant.com/tag/iron-man-3/) has earned $700 million at the worldwide box office – and that’s with the film only having just opened domestically this weekend. It’s safe to say that the first chapter of “Phase Two” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will repulsor boost past the billion dollar mark and approach Avengers-style record breaking numbers. It already stands as the biggest international opening ever (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-box-office-records-avengers/) and came in as the second biggest domestic opening (The Avengers having taken the #1 spot last summer).
Iron Man 3′s success is fantastic for executives at Disney and Marvel, along with those involved with the film’s production, but it also creates a challenge for the studio to bring Robert Downey Jr. back to play the character again come time for The Avengers 2 and beyond. And it’s not just Tony Stark they have to worry about.


When signing with Marvel Studios – who’ve earned a reputation for their strict low-paying contracts – the deals always involve multiple pictures, even more than other typical franchise roles with options for sequels. Chris Evans for example, was sought after for a nine-picture deal, but agreed to doing six. Samuel L. Jackson, who Marvel almost lost during negotiations, ended up signing on for nine films. Mark Ruffalo also has a six-picture contract that began with his appearance in The Avengers.
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Agreeing to long-term commitments is one thing, but the publicized issues talent working for Marvel deal with are the relatively low salaries, something that’s been in the media since Iron Man opened in 2008. Jon Favreau met some obstacles (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-2-jon-favreau-director-avengers-schrad-72261/) in getting a more desirable payday for returning to direct Iron Man 2, the same film which saw the low-balling of Mickey Rourke (http://screenrant.com/marvel-studios-screwing-realistic-vic-5105/) with a reported $250,000 offer and a similar low offer to Samuel L. Jackson to play S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury for the long haul.
In theory, it’s smart business. Marvel has a proven track record in finding lower cost, lesser known – even unexpected – actors (and directors) and turning them into superstars, but not before locking them in for a long-term franchise since they’re always planning ahead. Robert Downey Jr. however, got around this with his agents renegotiating a sweet deal for him after Iron Man (http://screenrant.com/robert-downey-jr-avengers-salary-50-million-niall-172173/) that saw him take a hefty chunk of the gross from The Avengers. His earnings from his appearance was reportedly upwards of $50 million but Deadline (http://www.deadline.com/2013/05/robert-downey-jr-avengers-marvel-negotiations-fight/) reports that it was actually closer to $70-80 with him getting 5-7% of first-dollar gross for his appearances after Iron Man 2, resulting in earnings several dozen times that of his co-stars.
RDJ wasn’t joking at Comic-Con last summer (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-marvel-studios-comic-con-2012-rob-185642/) when he said his agents were overjoyed with their position. Downey Jr., much like his IM3 co-stars Gwyneth Paltrow (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-4-gwyneth-paltrow-pepper-potts/) and Don Cheadle, isn’t signed for any additional films, but the Tony Stark character is already written into the script of The Avengers 2 (Joss Whedon handed in his first draft recently) and Marvel Studios President and film producer Kevin Feige went on record saying Stark is “100%” part of the future of the franchise (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-4-tony-stark-future/).
http://cdn1.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/The-Avengers-Box-Office.jpg (http://screenrant.com/the-avengers-box-office-opening-weekend-rob-169760/the-avengers-box-office/)
If Robert Downey Jr. banked $70 million plus with The Avengers and already has earned over $35 million just from what Iron Man 3 has done in two weeks, how much will Marvel Studios have to pay him for return appearances in The Avengers 2 and The Avengers 3, and is Iron Man 4 still a possibility? More to the point – what does this mean for his Avengers co-stars who earned much, much less than him in the first team-up (reportedly $2-3 million for Evans, Hemsworth, etc.)?
Thing is, not everyone is signed for The Avengers 2 (see: Chris Hemsworth) and with its record-breaking expectations, it’s going to cost Marvel and Disney a lot to keep everyone aboard. Deadline reports from their multiple sources that at least some of the reps and stars of the film aren’t happy with their deals and Marvel’s tactics. Marvel is allegedly firing back with threats of lawsuits and recasting. Terrence Howard was the highest paid actor in Iron Man (http://screenrant.com/terrence-howard-iron-man-2-vic-4109/) and he was replaced for the sequel, despite the financial success of the first film and the confidence in the franchise.
In an interesting twist, the man who was paid the most and the one in the best bargaining position going forward is also the one person who might be essential in bringing everyone together. Deadline’s reps claim that the stars of The Avengers are rallying behind Robert Downey Jr. and that he is their de facto leader of sorts.

“He’s the only guy with real power in this situation. and balls of steel, too. He’s already sent a message that he’s not going to work for a place where they treat his colleagues like shit.”
Will he hold out on signing unless the other Avengers get better deals as well?
For comparison’s sake, RDJ movies vs. non-RDJ movies at the box office:
With.


$585 million - Iron Man
$624 million – Iron Man 2
$1,512 million – The Avengers
$711 million – Iron Man 3 (in less than two weeks)

Without.


$263 million – The Incredible Hulk
$369 million – Captain America: The First Avengers
$449 million – Thor

Robert Downey Jr. is Marvel’s most bankable actor, and Iron Man 3, boosted by the The Avengers success last summer, is on track to destroy the box office numbers of any previous Marvel Studios solo character feature film. We won’t be able to compare properly until Alan Taylor’s Thor: The Dark World releases this November, testing the fall release schedule for Marvel, but it’s a safe bet that it won’t top IM3, which may prove to be the year’s biggest box office hit.
http://cdn1.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/iron-man-3-trailer122-570x242.jpg (http://screenrant.com/robert-downey-jr-avengers-2-3-contract/iron-man-3-trailer122/)
According to THR (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/marvel-cliffhanger-robert-downey-jrs-518837), Robert Downey Jr.’s people are already in negotiations with Marvel Studios to return for the Avengers sequels, but there’s no talk of Iron Man 4 yet. The actor has not been shy about expressing interest in working on other types of films and having more time away from the Stark role, even hinting at retirement (http://screenrant.com/robert-downey-jr-iron-man-retiring-avengers-2/).
Knowing the enormously high salary expectations for Robert Downey Jr., is he worth price to Marvel? According to Cowen and Co. industry analyst Doug Creutz, he is, claiming that losing him would drop the earnings on films with Tony Stark appearances by 9%. There’s no telling how arbritary number is calculated, but logic would dictate that a Robert Downey Jr. Iron Man appearance would be worth more than a non-Robert Downey Jr. Iron Man appearance.
The other, albeit far less realistic possibility, is that Marvel could actually recast. They did so with Mark Ruffalo taking over the Bruce Banner role from Edward Norton and as mentioned above, Cheadle taking over the Rhodey role from Terrence Howard – both to great success – but Downey is a different beast all together and is arguably the face of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
http://cdn1.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/Iron-Man-3-Second-Trailer-Discussion.jpg (http://screenrant.com/iron-man-3-trailer-2-discussion-spoilers/iron-man-3-second-trailer-discussion/)
The movies and characters are not going away, but eventually, the actors will. Batman and James Bond lived on through multiple recastings – their latest being their most successful – and so to will Tony Stark and Iron Man. Even if for some crazy, unexpected and disappointing reason, Robert Downey Jr. were to say farewell to Earth’s Mightiest, The Avengers 2 would earn a billion dollars with someone else in the role, but that wouldn’t be good for fans, the series, or the studio.
It’s a shame that a franchise built around superheroes saving the planet is slightly clouded by the reality check of it really being about big business and the debate over who gets what from the billion dollar pie. But the good news is, the future is bright for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and bigger movies and new characters are on the way.
Iron Man 3 releases May 3, 2013, Thor: The Dark World on November 8, 2013, Captain America: The Winter Soldier on April 4, 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy on August 1, 2014 (http://screenrant.com/guardians-of-the-galaxy-release-date-rob-184459/), The Avengers 2 on May 1, 2015, Ant-Man on November 6, 2015 (http://screenrant.com/ant-man-2015-release-date/), and Doctor Strange sometime after that.
Let me know on Twitter @rob_keyes (http://twitter.com/rob_keyes) if Marvel should pay whatever Downey wants to come back in Avengers 2 & 3!

rahul666
8th May 2013, 11:49 PM
Captain Phillips - Official Trailer (HD) Tom Hanks - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=_3ASoBrFGlc)

Gal Gadot
9th May 2013, 02:38 AM
Captain Phillips - Official Trailer (HD) Tom Hanks - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=_3ASoBrFGlc)
story Maryan pole anallo

rahul666
11th May 2013, 10:23 AM
story Maryan pole anallo

thattikondupokal.enthaakummo enthoo.

pakshae ithu ship based aanu

rahul666
11th May 2013, 10:35 AM
ENDERS GAME -- Trailer - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=vP0cUBi4hwE)

Gal Gadot
13th May 2013, 04:53 PM
'Iron Man 3' reaches $949 million worldwide...closing in on 1 Billion
(http://www.boxofficemojo.com/goto.php?a=5)

Gal Gadot
13th May 2013, 05:04 PM
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Gal Gadot
13th May 2013, 05:05 PM
Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Promo 1 - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySsw-6aetys&feature=youtube_gdata&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+MostPopularVideosFromYoutube---English+%28Most+Popular+Videos+From+Youtube++---+English%29)

Gal Gadot
14th May 2013, 01:04 AM
'24' will be back for a final time in 2014 in a 12 episodes long season

Gal Gadot
14th May 2013, 07:20 AM
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Wolverine in X-Men:Days of Future Past, mayb 1st time same actor doing same role @ same time in 2 diff movies

Gal Gadot
14th May 2013, 07:29 AM
Gravity - Official Trailer [HD] - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2DVA56VKM4)

Gal Gadot
14th May 2013, 07:38 AM
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Gal Gadot
14th May 2013, 07:51 AM
Fast Furious 6 Review - Hollywood Reporter (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie/fast-furious-6/review/521729)

Fast Furious 6 Review | TotalFilm.com (http://www.totalfilm.com/reviews/cinema/fast-furious-6)

Empire's Fast And Furious 6 Movie Review (http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/reviewcomplete.asp?FID=137810)

Review: Justin Lin Ups the Ante | Variety (http://variety.com/2013/film/reviews/fast-furious-6-review-1200479083/)

Gal Gadot
16th May 2013, 06:45 AM
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Vyshnav K
17th May 2013, 10:30 AM
Today 178th Day Of Life of Pie - Still Running @ Calicut - Film City [5:00 PM Show]

SHIVA
17th May 2013, 09:29 PM
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Gal Gadot
17th May 2013, 10:14 PM
Iron Man 3 crosses 1 Billion !!!!


Domestic Total $302 Mn

Foreign Total $698 Mn

Worldwide Total $1 Billion

- 16th biggest hit worldwide

Gal Gadot
18th May 2013, 07:56 AM
FF6 to release on 23rd in India

Gal Gadot
18th May 2013, 08:02 AM
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Vinu
19th May 2013, 03:05 AM
FF6 to release on 23rd in India

H3 24th thanne aayirikkumo?

Gal Gadot
19th May 2013, 12:24 PM
H3 24th thanne aayirikkumo?
May 31

Krrish
19th May 2013, 01:56 PM
May 31

Desp.... Njan next week kaanam enn karuthi irikuvaayirunnu..... :doh:

Gal Gadot
19th May 2013, 01:58 PM
Desp.... Njan next week kaanam enn karuthi irikuvaayirunnu..... :doh:
Indial ellam censor cheyooole :kelkkanda:

Krrish
19th May 2013, 02:00 PM
Indial ellam censor cheyooole :kelkkanda:

Athu undavum.... :nocomments::nocomments:

naran
19th May 2013, 02:16 PM
Desp.... Njan next week kaanam enn karuthi irikuvaayirunnu..... :doh:
h2 bayangara pratheekshayila kande..annakkinakathu kitti.....athondu ithu kananoru madii

Krrish
19th May 2013, 04:35 PM
h2 bayangara pratheekshayila kande..annakkinakathu kitti.....athondu ithu kananoru madii

Ith Finale alle.... + Trailer kandittu 1st partnte Cut/Copy aanennu thonnunnilla....

Gal Gadot
20th May 2013, 01:50 AM
'Star Trek Into Darkness' Can't Hit Warp Speed at Box Office


J.J. Abrams' space epic sequel is year's 3rd-biggest opening, but $84M 4-day total is less than Paramount hoped to bring in

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“Star Trek Into Darkness” zoomed to $84 million in its North American debut this weekend and knocked “Iron Man 3” out of the top spot, but couldn’t ascend to box-office hyper-space.
J.J. Abrams space epic sequel’s opening was the year’s third-best, but its $70.5 million three-day total was less than the $75 million that “Star Trek” debuted to four years ago. And its four-day total was well short of the $100 million that Paramount, Skydance Pictures and Abrams' Bad Robot Productions had hoped to bring in.
“Into Darkness” opened in 33 foreign markets as well this weekend, and the $40 million that the film brought in took some of the sting out of the domestic results. It has taken in more than $80 million from overseas, and $164.5 million worldwide.
“The good news is, when you have a really good movie like this one, the word of mouth is going to bring the audience in over time,” Paramount’s head of distribution Don Harris told TheWrap Sunday. “Expectations aside, big-picture we’re in a very good place, particularly when you consider how well it’s doing overseas.”
http://www.thewrap.com/sites/default/files/2013/May/19/92566/intospockuhrainside.jpgAlso read: How the Battle Over 'Star Trek' Rights Killed J.J. Abrams' Grand Ambitions (http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/how-web-star-trek-rights-killed-jj-abrams-grand-ambitions-91766)
Disney's "Iron Man 3," which last week crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office, was second with $35.2 million in its third week. It's now made $337.1 million domestically, $736.2 million overseas and has a global total of $1.07 billion -- ninth-best ever.
"The Great Gatsby" finished third with $23.4 million. That's a 53 percent drop from its opening week for Baz Luhrmann's take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel which has taken in just over $90 million since its debut for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow.
Paramount opened “Star Trek Into Darkness” with early screenings Wednesday night at 336 Imax theaters, and rolled it out in 3,868 locations across the country on Thursday, after moving its opening up a day from Friday. The extra day -- which brought in a little more than $13 million -- didn't help that much. It made $22 million Friday and another $27 million on Saturday.
Also read: Cannes Review: Coen Brothers' 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Is a Breathtaking Ode to Failure (http://www.thewrap.com/movies/column-post/cannes-review-inside-llewyn-davis-92546)
“Into Darkness” skewed male at 64 percent, and surprising older. Just 25 percent of the audience was under 25 years of age.
"I think a part of that is when you have an audience that is invested in this franchise all the way back to the 1960s TV show, you're going to see plenty of long-time fans turn out. But 'Star Trek' really captured a whole new group of fans, and they'll be coming out."
The film played well in 3D and in Imax theaters. Together, they accounted for 45 percent of the first-weekend grosses. Imax alone brought in 16 percent of the total.
“We have four weeks in Imax and I think that’s going to be a big part of how this movie plays out at the box office,” Harris said.
Paramount and director Abrams successfully re-launched the franchise in 2009 with "Star Trek," which brought in more than $255 million domestically. "Into Darkness" could do better than that, with overseas grosses expected to be much higher this time around.
Also read: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Heading Where None Has Gone Before: Foreign Profitability (http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/star-trek-darkness-heading-where-no-trek-has-gone-foreign-profitablity-89981)
The stakes are high: The production budget on "Into Darkness" was $190 million and there’s been a major marketing push behind the film. The film was reviewed well -- it has an 87 percent positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes -- and opening night audiences gave it an "A" CinemaScore.
Chris Pine returns as Capt. Kirk, and is rejoined by Zach Quinto (Spock), Zoe Saldana (Lt. Uhura), Karl Urban (Bones), John Cho (Sulu), Anton Yelchin (Chekov) and Simon Pegg (Scotty). British actor Benedict Cumberbatch comes aboard as the baddie Khan. Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman, along with Damon Lindelof, wrote the screenplay.
The overall box office is heating up.
This weekend was running about 15 percent ahead of the comparable week last year, when "The Avengers" led the way with a $55 million third week and "Battleship" ($25 million) and "The Dictator" ($17 million) followed.
And next week, Universal's "Fast & Furious 6" and Warner Bros.' "The Hangover Part III" arrive, along with Fox's animated "Epic."

Gal Gadot
20th May 2013, 01:51 AM
Desp.... Njan next week kaanam enn karuthi irikuvaayirunnu..... :doh:
Epic, FF6, HO3 Usil same day rls [ff6 1 day munne irangum] - Indiayil Epic irangi, FF6 this week, HO3 next week

Naaduvazhikal
20th May 2013, 07:18 PM
Finally, Iron Man 3 kandu.

The best movie in the Iron Man series, leaving tons of questions behind. Will Tony Stark return just as Stark or will he return as Iron Man? (Marvel has confirmed he will return as Iron Man next in Avengers 2).
The action entertainer throws in a la Avengers style climax and it proved to be too good. Iron Man as jumped to the best movie edition of Marvel IMO. the movie rests on the shoulders of RDJ n that simply works. he just needs to be on screen.
the script doesn't offer anything new unlike TDK or Avengers.
the one thing I missed in this film is Tony Stark as Iron Man. sure, he did have his moments, but other than controlling/setting up an Iron Army, the essence of Iron Man was missing. something, that was missing in Transformers 3 as well.
favorite scene would be the end credits, Dr. Banner ;)
its a must watch, especially because its the follow up to Avengers and the beginning of The Avengers Assemble 2015.

8/10

Naaduvazhikal
20th May 2013, 07:20 PM
Ith Finale alle.... + Trailer kandittu 1st partnte Cut/Copy aanennu thonnunnilla....


innalem koodi Hangover 1 TVil kandu. that film can crack me up whenever I watch it.

Vinu
20th May 2013, 11:28 PM
May 31

athu nannayi ennu type cheyyan varuvayirunnu..mariyan annalle :mathil_idi:

naran
21st May 2013, 07:14 PM
epic enganee?

Vinu
21st May 2013, 07:15 PM
epic enganee?

kandondirikkam ennu kettu.

Gal Gadot
21st May 2013, 08:56 PM
EPIC Garners 5th Biggest Animation Opening In India



Monday 20th May 2013 16.00 IST



At 2.5cr Nett this is the 5th biggest animation opening in India after Ice Age 4, Kung Fu Panda 2, Madagascar 3 and The Croods. Boosted by critical and popular acclaim, the stunning 3D comedy-fantasy adventure has triggered a phenomenal word of mouth for its family content and visual banquet.



Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios speaks on the happy occasion, "We are delighted with the fantastic weekend opening for EPIC following the superb success of ‘The Croods’. With imaginative storytelling and an emotional appeal, it is the perfect feel-good holiday film for the entire family."

rahul666
21st May 2013, 09:43 PM
'Star Trek Into Darkness' Movie Review
One of 2013's Best Action Films

Just as Christopher Nolan made the world of Batman accessible to those of us who never understood the fascination with the comic book character, J.J. Abrams has made the complex world of Star Trek easier to understand. And as with his first Star Trek movie, Abrams has somehow managed to make Star Trek Into Darkness walk that fine line of not being too 'inside' for outsiders to grasp and not being too 'elementary' for Trekkies to enjoy. Abrams, along with writers Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof, has once again delivered a Star Trek movie that invites everyone to venture into this sci-fi world created by Gene Roddenberry.
I'm not a Trekkie. In fact, here's how far from being a true Star Trek fan I am: my favorite characters are the Tribbles. But before you wave my opinion away in disgust, know that even someone as uninvolved in the series/movies as myself found plenty about Star Trek Into Darkness to embrace. Amid the comical lens flares (and yes, there are so many you know Abrams is behind the scenes laughing manically at us as we talk about this subject), Star Trek Into Darkness serves up some of the best action scenes of the franchise. There's also a hefty serving of humor delivered via biting one-liners sprinkled throughout the characters.

And the cast - including new additions Benedict Cumberbatch, Alice Eve, and Peter Weller - prove Abrams is in fact a genius at matching actors with roles. Cumberbatch has a mesmerizing voice that's both smoothly charming and creepily terrorizing at the same time. How does he do that?! And as "John Harrison" - nod, nod, wink, wink - Cumberbatch is so intense, such a riveting presence in scenes that he could go down in history as one of Star Trek's best villains. His portrayal is spot-on, making Harrison/you-know-who more than a worthy adversary for Kirk, Spock and the entire Enterprise crew.

But seriously, is it even worth trying to keep Cumberbatch's character's twist a secret at this point? Not really, as anyone worthy of being labeled a Trekkie knows what film this story is loosely based on and who "John Harrison" ultimately turns out to be. I'd like to say the unmasking of his true identity led to much applause and chuckling in the preview screening I attended, however that would be a lie; everyone knew the twist the studio has tried to keep hidden. But for those of you who've made it this far through my review and remain clueless to Harrison's true identity, I won't blow it now by typing out his real name. Needless to say the reveal does lead to the delivery of some classic Star Trek moments and reactions, with the writers able to use Spock (played once again to perfection by Zachary Quinto) in particular to incorporate key moments from Star Trek history into Star Trek Into Darkness.

The Bottom Line:

Abrams set the bar high with Star Trek yet he's able to surpass expectations with Star Trek Into Darkness. Entertaining, smartly written, and well-paced, Star Trek Into Darkness is actually a better film overall than 2009's Star Trek. There's no need this time around to set the stage for the players and instead Abrams is able to launch right into the story without having to explain the world this tale exists in. Star Trek Into Darkness is 2009's Star Trek amplified, with more laughs, more meat, and more spectacular action scenes. Even the 3D conversion doesn't drag down this new adventure into the final frontier.

GRADE: A

Gal Gadot
22nd May 2013, 03:09 AM
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Gal Gadot
22nd May 2013, 04:04 AM
Hangover Early Reviews - Avg to Bad ratings

The Hangover Part III Reviews - Metacritic (http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-hangover-part-iii)

The Hangover Part III - Rotten Tomatoes (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_hangover_part_iii/)

The Hangover Part III (2013) - IMDb (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1951261/?ref_=sr_2)

Gal Gadot
22nd May 2013, 04:05 AM
Fast Furious 6 Reviews - Metacritic (http://www.metacritic.com/movie/fast-furious-6)

Fast & Furious 6 - Rotten Tomatoes (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fast_and_furious_6/)

Fast & Furious 6 (2013) - IMDb (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1905041/)

Fast & Furious 6 (http://www.metacritic.com/movie/fast-furious-6) Early Reviews -Above Average

Gal Gadot
22nd May 2013, 04:06 AM
Early reviews mosham anel pinne nokkanda.... FF6intem Epicintem edelu pettu podingu pokum mikkavarum ...... HO2 kidu ayirunel pinnem scope undayirunnu

rahul666
22nd May 2013, 11:20 AM
Hangover Early Reviews - Avg to Bad ratings

The Hangover Part III Reviews - Metacritic (http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-hangover-part-iii)

The Hangover Part III - Rotten Tomatoes (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_hangover_part_iii/)

The Hangover Part III (2013) - IMDb (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1951261/?ref_=sr_2)


:nailbit::nailbit::nailbit::nailbit:

Vyshnav K
22nd May 2013, 06:15 PM
Batman: Arkham Origins Official Trailer

9pnK8akbd2M

Naaduvazhikal
22nd May 2013, 07:39 PM
Early reviews mosham anel pinne nokkanda.... FF6intem Epicintem edelu pettu podingu pokum mikkavarum ...... HO2 kidu ayirunel pinnem scope undayirunnu


pani paaliya.. innu rathri early preview showkku vittallonnu aalochichatha...

Gal Gadot
23rd May 2013, 12:11 AM
Batman: Arkham Origins Official Trailer

Click here to see the video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pnK8akbd2M)
ithu game alle :scratch:

starlord
23rd May 2013, 10:21 AM
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cbs-nte puthiya comedy show....... kandittu kidu akkan chance ondu :rock::rock: Anna Faris :meesha::meesha:

Gal Gadot
23rd May 2013, 04:33 PM
Man of Steel - Official Trailer [HD] - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlOF03DUoWc)

Gal Gadot
23rd May 2013, 06:39 PM
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23rd May 2013, 06:41 PM
The Hangover Part III: The Third Time’s the Harm

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Todd Phillips’deliberately offensivefilms have always courted controversy but The Hangover Part III marks a tonal shift for his successful franchise. The movie is so aggressively nasty and barely funny that it feels as though Phillips is trying to cull his own wolfpack down to only the most hardcore fans. The tagline on The Hangover Part III’s posters is “THE END” and there may be some wish fulfillment implied. The Hangover Part III gives off such a stench of creative decay that it hardly seems possible that even Phillips or his co-writers have any use for the movie themselves. If a movie can be self-loathing and self-destructive, it’s this one.
Even the impetus behind the journey, which does include a trip back to Las Vegas (http://topics.time.com/las-vegas/), the scene of the wickedly fun original, is bleak. Instead of a rollicking bachelor party enhanced by drugs, there’s a funeral, followed by an intervention. Alan (Zack Galifianakis) has been off his meds for six months when the movie begins. He is enticed to enter a treatment facility in Arizona (http://topics.time.com/arizona/) by a promise that as Phil (Bradley Cooper) and the rest of the Wolfpack, Stu (Ed Helms) and the guy who always gets left behind, Alan’s brother-in-law Doug (Justin Bartha), will drive him there. Of course, the trip to Arizona is derailed—and the purpose of it completely forgotten—by an encounter with a drug lord-type named Marshall (John Goodman) and his henchmen, including “Black Doug” from the first film. Marshall demands the guys find and bring him Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong), who double-crossed him around the time of the first Hangover.
(READ: Proof that our reviewer actually took some pleasure in The Hangover franchise (http://entertainment.time.com/2011/05/25/the-hangover-part-ii-review/) in the past)
Alan’s specific mental-health issue has remained vague throughout the series but whatever it is, it leads to some spectacularly dunderheaded and mean behavior. In his first scene in The Hangover Part III, Alan drives down the freeway pulling a wagon with a giraffe upright in it. It’s his new pet. The giraffe is obviously almost entirely computer-generated but still looks smart, soulful, friendly. It is decapitated by an overpass and the severed head plunges nose first into the windshield of an approaching car. The preview audience I was with seemed stunned into silence. Not by what had happened—the outcome is telegraphed from the beginning of the scene—but by a sort of larger why? Hardly anyone laughed.
What a contrast to the hilarity of the sight gag of that tiger in the bathroom of the Vegas hotel in the original movie. Even the abused, penis-nibbling monkey in The Hangover Part II seems slightly amusing in comparison. The dead giraffe served no purpose except to be grossly provocative. As oily pretty-boy Phil, Bradley Cooper demonstrated in the two earlier movies an uncanny ability to make almost any line funny, but here he’s reached his limits. It’s not the game Cooper’s fault, but the screenwriters. No one, not Ernie Kovacs or Johnny Carson (http://topics.time.com/johnny-carson/) or Mel Brooks or even Chris Rock could make Phil’s line “Oh come on, he killed a giraffe, who gives an [expletive]?” funny. Other jokes that fail involve the cruel ends of a pair of guard dogs and some chickens trained for cockfighting and fueled on a diet of cocaine. They are variously shot, smothered, drugged, etc…
(READ: Joel Stein’s interview with Zach Galifiankis and Will Ferrell (http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2120480,00.html))
The threat to the dogs even causes the cynical Phil to protest. “I didn’t know you worked for PETA,” says Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong, reprising his role from the earlier films). “What a [expletive].” Maybe that line is supposed to make the audience feel chagrined about being such softies as well, but it isn’t witty enough to work. I suppose the dumb beasts give the steadily ridiculed character of Mr. Chow someone to look down on. Homophobia and underlying racism directed at Asians permeate this movie just as they did the others, with the ambiguously sexed Mr. Chow—he had or has a wife but, like Alan, can’t stop drooling over handsome Phil—subject to considerable verbal abuse.
Despite everything, Jeong has turned playing Mr. Chow into some strange art form. He gives the character radical style and confidence; no wonder Mr. Chow has become the central figure in The Hangover Part III. Phillips arguably couldn’t make another movie without him (although blessedly, that promise that this is “The End” does seem serious). The impish, outrageous mischief maker is the only force propelling the movie forward, unless you count the romantic subplot involving Galifianakis’s Alan and Melissa McCarthy’s pawn shop proprietor, which is of a piece with the usual insulting mainstream grotesquerie involving the sexuality of the overweight. The Hangover Part III is such a misery that when Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong) directs the Wolfpack to “stay low, like dog” it might as well be the film’s motto.


Read more: Review: The Hangover Part III | TIME.com (http://entertainment.time.com/2013/05/22/the-hangover-part-iii-the-third-times-the-harm/#ixzz2U7YzF2PS)

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Todd Phillips’deliberately offensivefilms have always courted controversy but The Hangover Part III marks a tonal shift for his successful franchise. The movie is so aggressively nasty and barely funny that it feels as though Phillips is trying to cull his own wolfpack down to only the most hardcore fans. The tagline on The Hangover Part III’s posters is “THE END” and there may be some wish fulfillment implied. The Hangover Part III gives off such a stench of creative decay that it hardly seems possible that even Phillips or his co-writers have any use for the movie themselves. If a movie can be self-loathing and self-destructive, it’s this one.
Even the impetus behind the journey, which does include a trip back to Las Vegas (http://topics.time.com/las-vegas/), the scene of the wickedly fun original, is bleak. Instead of a rollicking bachelor party enhanced by drugs, there’s a funeral, followed by an intervention. Alan (Zack Galifianakis) has been off his meds for six months when the movie begins. He is enticed to enter a treatment facility in Arizona (http://topics.time.com/arizona/) by a promise that as Phil (Bradley Cooper) and the rest of the Wolfpack, Stu (Ed Helms) and the guy who always gets left behind, Alan’s brother-in-law Doug (Justin Bartha), will drive him there. Of course, the trip to Arizona is derailed—and the purpose of it completely forgotten—by an encounter with a drug lord-type named Marshall (John Goodman) and his henchmen, including “Black Doug” from the first film. Marshall demands the guys find and bring him Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong), who double-crossed him around the time of the first Hangover.
(READ: Proof that our reviewer actually took some pleasure in The Hangover franchise (http://entertainment.time.com/2011/05/25/the-hangover-part-ii-review/) in the past)
Alan’s specific mental-health issue has remained vague throughout the series but whatever it is, it leads to some spectacularly dunderheaded and mean behavior. In his first scene in The Hangover Part III, Alan drives down the freeway pulling a wagon with a giraffe upright in it. It’s his new pet. The giraffe is obviously almost entirely computer-generated but still looks smart, soulful, friendly. It is decapitated by an overpass and the severed head plunges nose first into the windshield of an approaching car. The preview audience I was with seemed stunned into silence. Not by what had happened—the outcome is telegraphed from the beginning of the scene—but by a sort of larger why? Hardly anyone laughed.
What a contrast to the hilarity of the sight gag of that tiger in the bathroom of the Vegas hotel in the original movie. Even the abused, penis-nibbling monkey in The Hangover Part II seems slightly amusing in comparison. The dead giraffe served no purpose except to be grossly provocative. As oily pretty-boy Phil, Bradley Cooper demonstrated in the two earlier movies an uncanny ability to make almost any line funny, but here he’s reached his limits. It’s not the game Cooper’s fault, but the screenwriters. No one, not Ernie Kovacs or Johnny Carson (http://topics.time.com/johnny-carson/) or Mel Brooks or even Chris Rock could make Phil’s line “Oh come on, he killed a giraffe, who gives an [expletive]?” funny. Other jokes that fail involve the cruel ends of a pair of guard dogs and some chickens trained for cockfighting and fueled on a diet of cocaine. They are variously shot, smothered, drugged, etc…
(READ: Joel Stein’s interview with Zach Galifiankis and Will Ferrell (http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2120480,00.html))
The threat to the dogs even causes the cynical Phil to protest. “I didn’t know you worked for PETA,” says Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong, reprising his role from the earlier films). “What a [expletive].” Maybe that line is supposed to make the audience feel chagrined about being such softies as well, but it isn’t witty enough to work. I suppose the dumb beasts give the steadily ridiculed character of Mr. Chow someone to look down on. Homophobia and underlying racism directed at Asians permeate this movie just as they did the others, with the ambiguously sexed Mr. Chow—he had or has a wife but, like Alan, can’t stop drooling over handsome Phil—subject to considerable verbal abuse.
Despite everything, Jeong has turned playing Mr. Chow into some strange art form. He gives the character radical style and confidence; no wonder Mr. Chow has become the central figure in The Hangover Part III. Phillips arguably couldn’t make another movie without him (although blessedly, that promise that this is “The End” does seem serious). The impish, outrageous mischief maker is the only force propelling the movie forward, unless you count the romantic subplot involving Galifianakis’s Alan and Melissa McCarthy’s pawn shop proprietor, which is of a piece with the usual insulting mainstream grotesquerie involving the sexuality of the overweight. The Hangover Part III is such a misery that when Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong) directs the Wolfpack to “stay low, like dog” it might as well be the film’s motto.


Read more: Review: The Hangover Part III | TIME.com (http://entertainment.time.com/2013/05/22/the-hangover-part-iii-the-third-times-the-harm/#ixzz2U7YzF2PS)

naran
23rd May 2013, 07:13 PM
eeswaraaaaa.......

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24th May 2013, 08:39 AM
'Fast & Furious 6' to leave 'The Hangover Part III' in the dust



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By Amy Kaufman May 23, 2013, 1:57 p.m.

This weekend will see one of the biggest box office face-offs of the summer as two big-budget franchises aiming to attract male moviegoers go head-to-head at the multiplex.
The action-heavy "Fast & Furious 6" and the raunchy comedy "The Hangover Part III" (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/movies/the-hangover-part-iii-%28movie%29-ENMV0002855.topic) arrive in theaters over the long Memorial Day (http://www.latimes.com/topic/arts-culture/holidays/memorial-day-EVFES00000166.topic) weekend. But it doesn't seem like there will be much competition for the No. 1 spot.
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The latest installment in the series featuring hot cars and hot girls should easily take the top spot, raking in a robust $100 million over the four-day weekend, according to those who have seen pre-release audience surveys.
The final entry in Todd Phillips (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/todd-phillips-PECLB00000161126.topic)' party franchise, meanwhile, is projected to gross about $80 million by the end of Monday -- far less than the $135 million the second movie made between Thursday and Monday in 2011. The third "Hangover" opened late Wednesday evening, when it collected a lackluster $3.1 million -- a fraction of the $10.4 million the second film collected from late-night screenings when it launched midweek two years ago.
The only other film hitting cinemas this weekend is "Epic," (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/movies/epic-%28movie%29-ENMV0002788.topic) a 3-D animated family film that will probably gross $45 million over the four-day holiday.
"Fast & Furious 6," co-financed by Universal Pictures and Elliot Inc. for $160 million, has received relatively strong reviews. The third "Hangover," meanwhile -- which cost Warner Bros. (http://www.latimes.com/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/cinema-industry/warner-bros.-entertainment-inc.-ORCRP0000017183.topic) and Legendary Pictures $103 million to produce -- has been panned by critics.
It's likely that the latest "Fast" film will end up performing even better at the box office than its predecessors. Established in 2001, the movies starring an ensemble, multi-ethnic cast have become one of Universal's biggest success stories as the franchise has grown in popularity over the years. The fifth film, released two years ago, grossed a whopping $626.1 million worldwide. A seventh installment in the series is already slated to hit theaters in July 2014.
The film's stars, including Vin Diesel (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/movies/vin-diesel-PECLB001407.topic), Paul Walker (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/paul-walker-PECLB0000007766.topic) and Michelle Rodriguez (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/michelle-rodriguez-PECLB0000008156.topic), turned up this month for the movie's world premiere in London, where the picture is primarily set. Last weekend the sixth "Fast" film debuted with a strong $13.2 million in Britain.
The final "Hangover" film is also likely to grow in popularity with audiences overseas, though it remains to be seen how American moviegoers will respond to it. Though the second movie made $586.8 million worldwide, the film was not received nearly as well as the 2009 original, which became a surprise word-of-mouth phenomenon.
The movie reunites Bradley Cooper (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/bradley-cooper-PECLB0000005706.topic), Ed Helms (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/ed-helms-PECLB0000006263.topic) and Zach Galifianakis (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/zach-galifianakis-PECLB0000008707.topic) for another night of debauchery -- this time back in Las Vegas, where it all began. Because the movie tends to attract mostly young males, it is expected to lose some of its audience to "Fast & Furious 6" this weekend.
As for "Epic," 20th Century Fox (http://www.latimes.com/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/cinema-industry/twentieth-century-fox-film-corp.-ORCRP0000017185.topic) is releasing the $100-million-plus production from its animation company, Blue Sky Studios. The movie, which includes the voices of Amanda Seyfried and Colin Farrell, follows a teenage girl who uncovers a war between good and evil being waged deep in the forest.
Because it is not part of an existing franchise, it's possible that "Epic" may face challenges at the international box office, where it opens this weekend in 21 countries. Last weekend the film launched in 16 foreign markets, including Mexico and Brazil, and sold $14.7 million worth of tickets.
The last film from Blue Sky, "Ice Age: Continental Drift," (http://www.latimes.com/topic/entertainment/movies/ice-age%3A-continental-drift-%28movie%29-ENMV0002285.topic) was a massive hit abroad, making 81% of its $877.2 million total overseas.

Gal Gadot
24th May 2013, 12:38 PM
Ishq In Paris Dull Fast And Furious 6 Starts Very Well
Friday 24th May 2013 11.00 IST
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Ishq In Paris had a dull start of around 5-10% and the other releases Hum Hain Raahi Car Ke and Zindagi Zindagi also started very poorly. The opening of all three releases are so poor that they stand little chance at the box office. Ishq in Paris is the biggest film of the three but it would need miracle growth to come out with even respectable numbers.

Fast and Furious 6 had a very good start of 60-70%. The English version was very good and even the Hindi dubbed version managed good collections. The film will have a good weekend. The filmalso scored very well in Paid Previews on Thursday.


Fast And Furious 5 had collected around 8 crore nett in its first weekend in 2011 and did lifetime of around 22 crore nett and the way Fast and Furious 6 will easily surpass the weekend figures of its predecessor and also lifetime although the next two weeks see two big Hindi releases in the form of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 which will affects its long term run hugely.

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24th May 2013, 02:19 PM
Fast & Furious 6 released in more than 1400 screens making it the biggest Hollywood release in the country beating #IronMan3 (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23IronMan3) [1000+] #FF6 (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23FF6)

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24th May 2013, 05:44 PM
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25th May 2013, 02:35 AM
Box Office Report: 'Fast 6' Passes 'Hangover III,' Eyeing $100 Million-Plus Memorial Day Debut

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The final installment in Todd Phillips' R-rated comedy franchise is looking at a soft Memorial Day gross in the $52 million range for a five-day debut hovering around $65 million.

Universal's Fast & Furious 6 has sped past The Hangover Part III at the Friday box office, where it's expected to take in $35 million for the day on its way to a stellar four-day Memorial Day debut north of $100 million.
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Hangover III, from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, is aiming for a $14.5 million Friday and a softer-than-expected Memorial Day opening in the $52 million range. Opening Thursday, the final installment in Todd Phillips' comedy franchise is pacing to post a disappointing five-day debut hovering around $65 million.
The holiday's third new nationwide entry, 20th Century Fox's 3D family toon Epic, could open to $45 million or better for the four-day weekend.
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Until now, The Hangover franchise has been a sure thing, but many have questioned the decision to open Fast 6 and Hangover III on the same weekend, since both films go after males. Boosting Fast 6's chances are a strong turnout among minorities, while Hangover III could be hurt by a B CinemaScore (the last film received an A- CinemaScore) and poor reviews.
The threequel returns Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis in the title roles as the gang returns to Las Vegas to rescue Galifianakis' character.
Hangover III's $11.6 million Thursday included $3.1 million in Wednesday night runs, compared to a record-breaking $10 million for Hangover II, the top midnight showing for an R-rated comedy. For the full Thursday, Hangover II took in just north of $31 million on its way to a five-day debut of $35 million.
Conversely, Fast 6 grossed $6.5 million in Thursday late night runs, easily outpacing the $3.8 million midnight gross of Fast Five in late April 2011 on its way to posting a three-day domestic debut of roughly $86 million. The action series is one of the few Hollywood franchises to gain such momentum with time.
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Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker and Michelle Rodriguez return for the sixth installment.
Fast 6 is also off to a stellar start overseas, where it has already earned $53.4 million as it opens day and date in 59 markets. Last weekend, the movie grossed north of $13 million in the U.K. It opened in another 34 markets on Wednesday and Thursday, bringing the early total to the $53.4 million and, like in the U.K., marking Universal's biggest opening day in 22 markets.
Hangover III is only opening in three international markets this weekend: the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. The comedy took in a strong $1.8 million as it opened in Australia, dominating the market.

Vinu
25th May 2013, 03:18 AM
H3 kollule :(

naran
25th May 2013, 08:15 AM
H3 kollule :(
beeviyude thelivukal vachu..wrst f d series...mooo.....

Gal Gadot
25th May 2013, 11:59 AM
'Iron Man 3' passes $1.1 billion worldwide, now ranks eighth all-time biggest hit World wide #IronMan3 (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23IronMan3) #boxoffice (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23boxoffice)

Gal Gadot
25th May 2013, 12:15 PM
Top Ten Opening Days 2013 Including Hollywood Releases
Saturday 25th May 2012 10.30 IST
Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network

Hollywood releases Iron Man 3 and Fast And Furious 6 are 4th and 6th respectively as far as opening day collections are concerned. The top ten opening days of 2013 including Hollywood releases are as follows.

1. Race 2 - 14.38 crore

2. Himmatwala - 10.50 crore

3. Shootout At Wadala - 8.32 crore

4. Iron Man 3 - 6.75 crore approx

5. Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola - 6.35 crore


6. Fast and Furious 6 - 6 crore approx

7. Special 26 - 5.87 crore

8. Ek Thi Daayan - 5.40 crore

9. Aashiqui 2 - 5.18 crore

10. Chasme Baddoor 5.16 crore

Gal Gadot
25th May 2013, 12:17 PM
Fast And Furious 6 Is Third Best Opener From Hollywood In India



Saturday 25th May 2013 11.00 IST

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Fast and Furious 6 has scored big in India as it recorded the third best opening ever for a Hollywood release in India only behind Spiderman 4 and Iron Man 3. The collections of Fast and Furious 6 on the opening day are around 6 crore nett compared with the 8 crore nett of The Amazing Spiderman and 6.75 crore nett of Iron Man 3.



The last instalment of Fast nad Furious released in 2011 had collected around 2.75 crore nett on day one and 8 crore nett over the weekend and these weekend figures have nearly been surpassed already as the business of Fast And Furious 6 including paid previews is 7.50 crore nett approx.

Antony Moses
25th May 2013, 12:39 PM
Iron Man kand - kidu 1st half - pathetic 2nd half.

Gal Gadot
25th May 2013, 12:41 PM
Iron Man kand - kidu 1st half - pathetic 2nd half.
1st o?? ipo kanune ulu

Antony Moses
25th May 2013, 01:02 PM
1st o?? ipo kanune ulu
Yes..

1st half was pure gold - RDJ coping with panic attack, becomin possessive abt Potts. Loved every bit of it incl the demolition of his hme.
Avdunnu paali. as usual villans being a tad too benevolent. etc, etc.

Guy Pierce was excellent in a limited role, so too was Kingsley.

Aa cherukkan vannathode padathinte flow thanne poyi.

Gal Gadot
25th May 2013, 01:46 PM
Yes..

1st half was pure gold - RDJ coping with panic attack, becomin possessive abt Potts. Loved every bit of it incl the demolition of his hme.
Avdunnu paali. as usual villans being a tad too benevolent. etc, etc.

Guy Pierce was excellent in a limited role, so too was Kingsley.

Aa cherukkan vannathode padathinte flow thanne poyi.
athu 3rd alle :x

Antony Moses
25th May 2013, 01:48 PM
athu 3rd alle :x
Thanne thanne.

3rd aanu udeshichath. Loved IM1. Found IM2 stupid. Now IM 3 is like mixed totally.

Krrish
25th May 2013, 09:03 PM
F & F 6 - Kidilan Action Sequences, Hot Girls okke ulla typical F & F Series movie... A good Entertainer for people who like this genre..

Gal Gadot
26th May 2013, 08:08 AM
Iron Man 3 beats SKyfall to be @ 7th in the all time biggest hit worldwide chart, 23rd biggest in All time Domestic hits

'Iron Man 3' passed $350M at the domestic box office yesterday. It's the fifth-fastest movie to reach that milestone

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26th May 2013, 08:09 AM
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Vyshnav K
28th May 2013, 03:20 PM
Fast & Furious 6 My Review

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Gal Gadot
28th May 2013, 05:16 PM
cheriyya image mathiyarnu

Jack Sparrow
29th May 2013, 07:50 AM
F6 Kidu :rockit:

Vyshnav K
29th May 2013, 01:27 PM
cheriyya image mathiyarnu

WIL TRY NEXT TIME


btb Life of Pie Crownil Odiyathu 161 days. F6 Kaanan Poyapol anweshichu

O. P. Olassa
30th May 2013, 12:40 PM
‘After Earth’ a disappointing sci-fi tale

(AP) / 30 May 2013

Humanity’s home planet hardly merits the name-check in ‘After Earth,’ M. Night Shyamalan’s sci-fi survival tale whose shipwreck action could (with the exception of a scene where our hero scrawls a crude map over Lascaux-like cave paintings) take place on any old life-supporting globe in the cosmos.
The disappointingly generic film, which strands a father and son (Will and Jaden Smith) on Earth a thousand years after a planet-wide evacuation, will leave genre audiences pining for the more Terra-centric conceits of ‘Oblivion,’ not to mention countless other future-set films that find novelty in making familiar surroundings threatening. Will Smith’s presence, not just as co-star but as originator of the story, seems likely to carry box office receipts beyond the benchmark of Shyamalan’s previous picture, the wretched ‘The Last Airbender,’ but those hoping for a franchise should navigate elsewhere.

Plans for such a franchise seem to be afoot, with filmmakers reportedly having written ‘1,000 years of back story’ for these two characters and their society. They must be saving an awful lot for comic-book and videogame spinoffs, though, as the film squeezes its millennium-long setup into a few short moments of voiceover introduction.

We learn that, having ruined our environment, humans decamped en masse to Nova Prime, which would have been a nice place if not for the monsters that had been bred to kill humans. (By whom? Buy the comic book, kid.) Those beasts, Ursa, are blind, but can smell the pheromones humans release when afraid. When a member of the United Ranger Corps, the elder Smith’s Cypher Raige, found himself able to suppress his fear, he was suddenly invisible to the monsters. Harnessing this ‘ghosting’ technique, he became a hero in the still-raging war.

What we don’t learn in the too-quick intro is how all humankind came to speak in the same accent, most reminiscent perhaps of New Zealand’s — one that suits none of the cast very well, and makes Jaden Smith’s voiceover hard to follow. The script also fails to explain why future warriors, whose technology allows for a ‘cutlass’ whose two ends morph into any type of blade the user requires, choose not to use guns or lasers against the mighty Ursa. One assumes it’s because somebody saw Darth Maul and thought his double-trouble light saber looked cool.

In any event, Cypher Raige comes home between long campaigns to find his son Kitai unsettled, struggling to live up to his legacy. He decides to take the boy along on an interstellar voyage, but the ship is thrown off course by a gravitational storm and must land on the nearest planet. A crash landing on Earth leaves three survivors: the Raiges and the Ursa specimen they’d been transporting for use in training aspiring ghost-ers. With both legs badly broken, Cypher must coach Kitai via cameraphone as he makes a 100-kilometer trek, dodging the freed Ursa and Earth’s own predators, to find the chunk of wreckage that can save their lives.

This is the first Shyamalan-directed film on which he’s not the sole screenwriter, and in fact it takes a while to discern any trace of the filmmaker’s personality in a screenplay credited to him and ‘Book of Eli’ scribe Gary Whitta. The script hits its action beats competently as Kitai copes with marauding animals and dwindling supplies, and works best when the teen is in motion. But Shyamalan is of little help to the actor when Kitai faces internal challenges: Smith’s performance, all furrowed brow and worried eyes, gives us no reason to believe Kitai is made of the same tough stuff as his father.

Will Smith, meanwhile, is as hobbled as his character: Forced to sit in a chair, slowly bleeding to death as he impotently observes his son’s various perils, Cypher is a man of action who can’t act; Smith is a charisma-powered performer made to hide his charm behind a stern military demeanor. (When Kitai enters his first dangerous standoff, faraway Dad offers a stoic non sequitur: ‘Recognize your power: This will be your creation.’)

Shyamalan would have to try hard to make another film as bad as ‘Airbender’; ‘After Earth’s’ missteps in conception and execution are more akin to the head-scratching choices that kept ‘The Happening’ from fulfilling its doomsday-flick potential. Who let that herd of fake-looking bison roam Earth’s grasslands, and who lit the critical scene, set on a tree stump amid roaring waterfalls, that was obviously shot on a soundstage? On a planet that now freezes every night, how do the flora of tropical rainforests survive? What seasoned soldier would send his son on a deadly four-day mission with a backpack the size of a bicycle seat?

The film’s resolution, predictable to any viewer, feels oddly impersonal for a father/son bonding tale both dreamed up and enacted by a father for the son following in his footsteps. Whatever the faults of 2006’s ‘The Pursuit of Happiness,’ that film employed the bond between the two Smiths much more effectively. One wonders if it might be wise to wait a while before the next pairing — letting Jaden Smith, like Kitai Raige, come into his own before asking him to share a screen meaningfully with one of Hollywood’s biggest personalities.

‘After Earth,’ a Sony/Columbia release, is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and some disturbing images. Running time: 100 minutes.

O. P. Olassa
30th May 2013, 12:45 PM
‘Fast & Furious 6’ races to biggest opening for Universal Pics

(Reuters) / 28 May 2013

The action-packed sixth installment of the ‘Fast & Furious’ film franchise claimed victory at the North American box office for the three-day US Memorial Day weekend on Monday, and became the biggest opening film in Universal Pictures’ history.
‘Fast & Furious 6,’ starring Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, grossed an estimated $120 million from Friday till Monday, making it the second-biggest film opening of the year behind Disney’s ‘Iron Man 3’s’ $175.3 million earlier this month.

The film also rang up an estimated $300 million at the global box office.

Universal Pictures said ‘Fast & Furious 6’ bested its predecessor in the series, ‘Fast Five,’ which previously held the title of best opening for the studio with $83.6 million at domestic theaters.

‘Fast & Furious 6’ also raced ahead of raunchy comedy ‘The Hangover Part III,’ the third and final installment of the comedy about four men trying to piece together the events of a wild night.

‘Hangover,’ starring Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms as friends unwittingly drawn back to Las Vegas, made an estimated $51.2 million at the US and Canada box office over the long weekend, keeping in line with studio projections.

The film also opened in its first three international markets over the weekend - United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand - grossing $19 million, bringing the total in the markets where it is showing to an estimated $70.2 million.

‘Some might argue that we should have stopped at one, but we loved doing these movies and the audience has been there’ for them, Todd Philips, the director of the ‘Hangover’ franchise, told Reuters ahead of the film’s release.

‘The word ‘hangover’ ... is something that people share around the world. There are some comedies that are uniquely American, but hangovers exist for the world,’ he added.

Sci-fi action adventure sequel ‘Star Trek Into Darkness,’ playing in 3D and Imax theaters, came in at No. 3 at the domestic box office with $47 million from Friday to Monday, bringing its cumulative total to $155.8 million since opening on May 17.

Animated family film ‘Epic,’ about a secret world in which nature’s inhabitants come together to fight evil forces, opened on Friday and has grossed an estimated $42.6 million domestically over the Memorial Day weekend.

Universal Pictures, a unit of Comcast Corp, released ‘Fast & Furious 6,’ Time Warner Inc’s Warner Bros Studios distributed ‘The Hangover Part III,’ and ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ was released by Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom Inc.

‘Epic’ was released by 20th Century Fox, a unit of News Corp .

Krrish
1st June 2013, 02:55 PM
H:3 kandu.... Hangover-1nte atrayum ethiyilla.... But far far better than H:2...

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 03:26 PM
'Bruce Wayne' in 'Man of Steel' !!!!

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 03:27 PM
H:3 kandu.... Hangover-1nte atrayum ethiyilla.... But far far better than H:2...
as usual HO 4inulla vakupundakum alle last

Vinu
1st June 2013, 06:11 PM
'Bruce Wayne' in 'Man of Steel' !!!!

:cheers: :cheers:
India rls 14 June thanne?

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 06:24 PM
:cheers: :cheers:
India rls 14 June thanne?
yes...... ethu vidathil anu Waynes neu aprangitila, so maynot be a personal appearance

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 06:27 PM
W.L. Swarts Reviews The Universe: Summer Blockbuster Seasons Big Legitimate Hit Is Made With Man Of Steel! (http://wlswarts.blogspot.in/2013/05/summer-blockbuster-seasons-big.html)

MoS Movie Review

Krrish
1st June 2013, 08:40 PM
as usual HO 4inulla vakupundakum alle last

Yesssss.... Sambhavikaam, Sambhavikaathe irikaam :read::read:

Krrish
1st June 2013, 09:05 PM
'Bruce Wayne' in 'Man of Steel' !!!!

Undenkil kalakkum....

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 09:26 PM
Yesssss.... Sambhavikaam, Sambhavikaathe irikaam :read::read:
entha sambhavam PM idu alel spoiler tag idu

Gal Gadot
1st June 2013, 09:27 PM
Undenkil kalakkum....
Okay its not Waynes appearing, apparently they show the logo of Wayne Industries in one scene, so they exist in same universe, setting up a future team-up

Krrish
1st June 2013, 09:40 PM
entha sambhavam PM idu alel spoiler tag idu

Spoiler aayi thane idaam....

Movie ends with Alan breaking his friendship with Chow and he getting married to the lady from the trailer... Pulli ivanmaare vilichu parayum avan Wolf Packil ninn resign cheyuka aanennu...... Ennittu ivar Marriage attend cheyaan pokum... Pinne Titles... Ath kazhinju kaanikunnathu next day morning H:1ile pole aake alambu aayi kidakunna oru room... Alan,Phil,Stu nd Alan's wife ezhunelkunnu... (Chila sangathikal okke kata thara aanu...) Ivanmaar Alanodu chodhikum "What did u do Alan??" Appo alan parayum " I didn't do anything...... but the wedding cake was sent by Chow enn "... Appol chow varum saying " We had a Sick night Bi***s. " Then a Monkey jumps onto Stu as in H:2... Ivide theerum... Ini vannaal vannu, Poyaal Poyi...

Valare detailed aayi ezhuthiyitundu... Padam kaanan irikunnavar vaayikaruthu.... :hug: