Sharib Hashmi plays JK Talpade, an analyst in a fictional Indian intelligence agency in The Family Man and Jaideep Ahlawat plays the cop in Paatal Lok. Both the shows received immense appreciation from all across- audience, as well as critics and, are considered the best shows to have come out of Amazon’s promising catalogue. This video truly is a double treat for the audience who loved the shows for their storyline and their characters, particularly. With a perfect combination of humour, heart-to-heart and characterization, the video is an interesting one to watch. … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime Video Brings Paatal Lok X The Family Man Between JK Talpade And Hathiram Chaudhary
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Filmmakers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley have been tasked with bringing to life the world of the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons in a modern cinematic adaptation. The duo is no stranger to feeling the weight of expectations from a passionate fanbase for one of their films, having been previously attached to direct DECU's The Flash movie. Looking back on their experience, Goldstein revealed it taught them to focus on the important basics of moviemaking, regardless of budget. … [Read more...] about What the Dungeons & Dragons Directors Learned from Working on The Flash and Spider-Man
"You know, for a trailer that has a lot of stuff in it, it's just really scratching the surface." This is going to be the first movie to arrive after Avengers: Endgame, so it was always going to be shouldering a lot of responsibility. Marvel has set up an awful lot for this movie to accomplish. Can it stick the landing? Will Vulture be missed? Can Tom Holland's Peter Parker become the many Tony Stark always wanted him to be? Is Mysterio just out here playing everyone like a fiddle? Many questions, precious few answers for now. Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 2. Pre-sale tickets are available now. This news was first reported by Fandango. … [Read more...] about Michael Keaton’s Vulture Is Not Returning in Spider-Man: Far from Home
To date, the Transformers movies have made $3.77 billion worldwide, and Transformers: The Last Knight, which arrives on June 21, should be adding quite a bit to that total. The franchise appears to be critic-proof, so why wouldn't Paramount keep churning these things out? Plus, Transformers: The Last Knight looks like it will be introducing the alien robots throughout many different historic periods, which could sort of help set up the idea of them showing up in ancient Rome. Transformers doing a Ben-Hur-style chariot race, anyone? … [Read more...] about Next Transformers Spin-Off Takes Place in Ancient Rome?
Andrew Fried revisits the early days of the upbeat, improv hip-hop group in a new documentary. From their first performances in dingy New York basements to present-day reflections on the group’s cultural impact, the members (Lin-Manuel Miranda, Christopher Jackson, Anthony Veneziale, and Thomas Kail) share in the joys of their journey. “This was before Hamilton — Heights doesn’t happen if it isn’t for this,” says Christopher Jackson. “It’s a nucleus of a lot of that creative energy.” (June 5th) … [Read more...] about Trailers of the Week: ‘F Is for Family,’ ‘Lenox Hill,’ ‘NOS4A2’ and More