THE MAN WHO FEELS NO PAIN Dishes Out Plenty In The New Official Trailer
The road sure seemed like a longer one between now and last year’s Toronto premiere for Vasan Bala’s The Man Who Feels No Pain. The reason for such windows apart from any sort of meticulous and otherwise necessary film bureaucracy is beyond me, but at long last, moviegoers are just a few weeks away from seeing Abhimanyu Dassani and actress Radhika Madan light up the big screen, Rope-A-Dope style through the efforts of action stylists Eric Jacobus and Dennis Ruel.
The Trailer For Akshay Kumar's BABY Will Beat You To A Bloody Pulp
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Indian Crime Epic, GANGS OF WASSEYPUR Gets A Two-Part U.S. Theatrical And VOD Release
From Guneet Monga, the producer of THE LUNCHBOX, the most successful foreign-language movie of 2014 to date in the U.S., GANGS OF WASSEYPUR is director/writer/producer Anurag Kashyap’s ambitious and extraordinary blood-and-bullets fueled crime saga that charts seventy years in the lives – and spectacular deaths – of two mafia-like families fighting for control of the coal-mining town of Wasseypur, India. Inspired by the real-life exploits of local gangs and beginning with the bandit-like career of Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat) in the 1940s, the film follows the ruthless rise of his son Sardar (a brilliant Manoj Bajpayee) and his offspring, the surreally-named Danish, Perpendicular and Definitive Khans and their numerous wives and girlfriends.
Feast Your Third Eye On Jackie Chan's New India/China Action Comedy, KUNG FU YOGA!
Certainly, martial arts and yoga share distinct similarities in fitness and philosophy aside from what makes the two stand out. But then again, it may have been only a matter of time before someone decided to come along to present an authentic feature film that ultimately dabbles with both systems of exercise. The question, of course, is how this will be done?
Well, leave it to the productive results of a newly establiahed film co-production deal between India and China back in September which now brings word that international action superstar Jackie Chan, far and away from any hint at retirement and now boarding the new action comedy, Kung Fu Yoga. In a new report from The Hollywood Reporter via City On Fire, Viacom18 Motion Pictures India has signed a letter of intent stating the goal for the next three months to finalize the details of the film with China’s Taihe Entertainment and Shinework Media. Chan will reunite with Hong Kong veteran and director Stanley Tong whose resumé with the actor notably boasts Chan‘s crossover smash hit, Rumble In The Bronx prior to Police Story 3: Supercop, Jackie Chan’s First Strike and the 2005 period actioner, The Myth.
With a probable production slate for next year, Chan already has two projects on the way, including the February 19, 2015 IMAX 3D and 2D release of Daniel Lee’s Dragon Blade, and the upcoming international action caper, Skiptrace, with pending updates on Civilian, The Karate Kid 2 and Chinese Zodiac 2. In the meantime, with the popularity of martial arts action in India as it is, Kung Fu Yoga will likely bring fans closer to enlightenment. Meditate on that until further notice!
India Fights Back In Director Nikhil Advani's Latest Thriller, D-DAY
July 19, 2013 will see the domestic India release of the Hindi-language espionage action drama, D-Day, co-written and directed by Nikhil Advani. Inspired by the 2011 mission that saw the fatal capture of Osama Bin Laden by Seal Team Six, D-Day tells the fictional tale of four counter-terrorism agents for India’s Research & Analysis Wing (RAW), sent on a deadly mission to Pakistan to capture India’s most wanted man.
Allu Arjun Romances The Ladies And Kicks Asses In The New Trailer For IDDARAMMAYILATHO
The musical score was provided by Devi Sri Prasad, which is somehow worked into a story involving ninjas, baddies walking in slow motion with a posse, and action choreography by Kecha Khamphakdee (Billa 2), featuring Arjun whoopin fifty asses, throwing tornado kicks and superman punches, psycho stabbing people, killing ninjas and s**t, etc. Having said all this, I don’t know, nor will I say this is an action comedy. But it looks entertaining as all hell. For now, the trailer speaks for itself, so take it as you will.
Get A Behind The Scenes Look At Vidyut Jamwal In COMMANDO
The film also stars Jaideep Ahlawat with actress Pooja Chopra serving as the female lead. Ganesh Acharya and Franz Spilhaus also coordinated and directed the action sequences.
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