Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017)
Going by the trailer of his new film, Prabhas is back to playing the larger-than-life hero in "Saaho", after the "Baahubali" series. The actor says he is comfortable portraying such an image.
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"I am quite confident doing action and giving silent expressions as well as close-up shots. I go easy with the swagger and convey a lot with my eyes. I am not that confident with my dialogue delivery and am constantly working on that," Prabhas revealed to Ians, on how he goes about creating the alpha male image for the screen.
Considering his last release, "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
The “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion” scene that’s gone viral is the kind of bonkers and cartoonish action beat that would feel right at home in a “Fast and Furious” movie. A group of male soldiers are catapulted into the air from a bending tree and thrown toward an enemy’s kingdom. The soldiers come together in midair and band together in a circle, uniting their defense weapons to become a flying human shield. No
American filmmaker Scott Derrickson, who helmed "Doctor Strange", is the latest to praise the film.
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Derrickson on Wednesday took to Twitter and shared a video of a scene from the movie in which lead actor Prabhas is seen cannonballing soldiers using coconut trees as the cannons.
"Behold, India's Baahubali 2!," Derrickson captioned the video.
Directed by SS Rajamouli, the period drama is the second part of "Baahubali" franchise. The film continues to be one of India's highest grossers ever.
Baahubali was the beginning ? S S Rajamouli?s spectacular epic fantasy Baahubali series not just wrote history, they established a new benchmark in modern Indian cinema; Dharma is elated to be part of the history by distributing Baahubali: The Beginning in 2015 that laid the foundation for the swashbuckling history Baahubali 2: The Conclusion in 2017. The series starred Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Sathyaraj, Ramya Krishnan and Nassar.?
The eye opener for the entire industry, Baahubali seem to have had a lasting impact on Karan Johar and within two years, his banner Dharma Productions came with Kesari, Kalank and Takht.
While Kalank is all set to hit the screens on April
Set in Mumbai’s Dharavi area, one of Asia’s largest slums, the film is loosely based on the lives of street rappers Divine and Naezy, whose music Akhtar first heard in 2014. Akhtar is known for her successful dramas set among the world of the hyper-wealthy in films such as “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” (2011) and “Dil Dhadakne Do” (2015) or in elite Bollywood circles such as her debut feature, “Luck by Chance” (2009). “Gully Boy” marks a significant departure in milieu for the filmmaker.
“It’s not so much the theme as the world and the music that is attractive to me,” Akhtar says. “Thematically, the same kind of story that I end up making, which is coming of age, finding your voice, it is similar. It is
Streaming service Netflix is to make a prequel series to the successful Baahubali Indian film franchise, entitled Baahubali: Before The Beginning.
Taking place before the events of Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, the two-season series will be made with the team behind the original franchise, including Arka Media Works and the films’ director S.S. Rajamouli. Deva Katta (Prasthanam) and Praveen Sataru will direct the series.
Season one will consist of nine episodes and is based on Anand Neelakantan’s book The Rise Of Sivagami.
Released worldwide between 2015 and 2018, the “Baahubali” films were made on a combined budget of $70 million and collected $370 million globally. Presented in Tamil and Telugu, the films featured South Indian stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Ramya Krishnan, Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah Bhatia. In addition tot their international success, the feature films scored rare all-India releases.
Based on the bestselling “Baahubali” franchise novel “The Rise of Sivagami” by Anand Neelakantan, the series will follow the journey of Queen Sivagami from a rebellious girl to a wise queen.
Deva Katta (“Prasthanam”) and Praveen Sattaru (“Guntur Talkies”) will direct the series. It will be produced in association with Arka and Rajamouli.
Baahubali: Before the Beginning will see Netflix partnering with Arka Media Works and director S. S. Rajamouli, who helmed both 2015's Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, released in 2017. Deva Katta and Praveen Sattaru will together direct the series.
The basis of the Baahubali story revolves around warring royal cousins in an ancient mythical kingdom, Mahishmati. Season one of the Netflix series will comprise of nine episodes based on Anand Neelakantan’s book The Rise of ...
Among Black Panther's five wins were Best Comic-To-Film Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design, Best Make-Up, and Best Supporting Actress, which Danai Gurira won. Additionally, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 won Best Special Effects, Spider-Man: Homecoming won Best Performance by a Young Actor for Tom Holland, Logan won Best Supporting Actor for Patrick Stewart, and Marvel's The Punisher won Best New Media Superhero Series. All things considered, it was a great night for Marvel.
Outside of Marvel properties, Star Wars: The Last Jedi managed to earn itself three Saturn Awards.
“Better Call Saul” and “Twin Peaks” won three Saturns each, followed by “The Walking Dead” and “Star Trek: Discovery” with two apiece.
Winners of the 44th edition of Saturn Awards were announced on Wednesday night by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films at Castaway restaurant in Burbank, Calif. The event was hosted by Jonah Ray of Netflix’s “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return.” The Saturn Awards honor the best in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and other genres.
“Black Panther” was named best comic-to-film, along with best director (Ryan Coogler), best supporting actress (Danai Gurira), best production design (Hannah Beachler), and best makeup (Ken Diaz and Joel Harlow).
The best science fiction film trophy went to “Blade Runner 2049” and the best fantasy
The Chinese box office, which has been shrinking for the past several weeks, continued the downward spiral in the period of Jun 4-10 by about 35% week-on-week, making it the quietest week since September in 2016.
With the lack of strong contenders, local fantasy comedy How Long Will I Love U scored a hat trick for the weekly No.1 with $18.7m. Standing at $136.9m for 24 days, it has become the fifth highest grossing local film in 2018 as well as the second highest grossing local film by a woman director, surpassing
Avengers: Infinity War stayed top at the Chinese box office in the period of May 14-20, sending more records tumbling. The third installment of the popular franchise added $108.3m for $320.2m after 10 days, cementing it as the top grossing film for both Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in China.
It has also emerged as the top foreign film in 2018, surpassing Ready Player One; the fourth highest grossing foreign film ever, after Furious 8, Furious 7 and Transformers 4; and the 12th highest grossing film ever,
“Infinity War” held on to the top spot with $54.2 million in its second weekend, according to data from Ent Group. That marks a 72% drop from its opening weekend, but it lifts the film’s total to $302 million after just 10 days on release. That makes it by far the top Hollywood movie of the year so far in China, having overtaken the $220 million mark of “Ready Player One.”
“How Long Will I Love U” which features a man and a woman living in the same apartment 20 years apart, who find their timelines crossed, earned a serious $36.2 million for second place. With the film’s scores improving each day of the weekend, including an impressive $17.3 million on Sunday,
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