Feature Film

It’s official! ‘IT’ sequel gets a release date
11:00 am PDT 26/09/2017 By Sachin Bhat

The spine-chilling horror that Andres Muschietti’s IT cast on its viewers is still afresh in the bones, courtesy the blood-thirsty clown of a monster Pennywise (with that hellish smirk) who took the horror genre into the stratosphere. So whilst the movie continues to smash (box-office) records to smithereens, the makers have already confirmed the release of its sequel! Production house New Line Cinema and distributors Warner Bros. Pictures have set 6 September 2019 as the release date for IT 2. Given … Read More

‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ trailer: The Gladers slog in the murkiest maze yet!
4:00 pm PDT 25/09/2017 By Sachin Bhat

Having survived an excruciating labyrinth followed by deadly scorch trials, Dylan O’Brian and co. now embark on the third and the final maze adventure. Called The Death Cure, the Maze Runner trilogy culminates with our heroes venturing into yet another maze called Last City where Thomas and group will encounter certain treacherous questions before rescuing their friends. The official trailer of the third installment gives us a sneak peek into what lies in the final chapter of the saga. And … Read More

‘Padmavati’ rolls out first look poster; Prime Focus to deliver post-production
4:00 pm PDT 23/09/2017 By AnimationXpress Team

Following the resounding success of Ram-Leela and Bajirao Mastani, veteran Bollywood director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is gearing up for next magnum opus, Padmavati. With Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone pairing up for a third time, the movie also features Shahid Kapoor in the all-star cast. The highly anticipated movie just rolled out its first look of Padukone as the resplendent Rani Padmavati, tucked away in pristine lehenga choli and gracing luscious gold jewelleries. Prime Focus, one of the leading media … Read More

Powerful and magnificent shots devour the limelight in ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ trailer
12:00 pm PDT 23/09/2017 By AnimationXpress Team

The very first thing that hits you as the trailer opens is the grandeur and vastness created in this movie, and it keeps hitting you as the trailer proceeds, because it is maintained throughout. Twentieth Century Fox has released the second trailer of Murder on the Orient Express, and you will want to watch it over and over again. The synopsis of the film goes like this: “What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into … Read More

Newton Review: A voice from the soul
8:30 pm PDT 22/09/2017 By Swati Panda

Newton is not just a film, it is a voice from the soul. We can call it a warm, sweet film making us aware of the need to get out from the rut and do what needs to be done. The political satire starts with an introduction of Newton Kumar (Rajkummar Rao) who has changed his name from Nutan Kumar that shows his quest for being something different. No, he rather has a DNA of calling a spade a spade … Read More

The party animal young rabbit is all set to entertain you in SPE’s ‘Peter Rabbit’ trailer
6:25 pm PDT 22/09/2017 By AnimationXpress Team

The mischievous and disobedient rabbit is back! Sony Pictures Entertainment has released the first trailer of the live-action/CGI feature Peter Rabbit that brings alive the character of a young rabbit Peter, created by Beatrix Potter in 1893. The trailer begins with a narration and you can almost picture a cute little rabbit in a blue jacket until…it knocks down three birds while hopping. He invites all animals to an empty house that belongs to Mr. McGregor (played by Domhnall Gleeson) … Read More

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ review – A rollicking espionage and visual extravaganza
11:30 am PDT 21/09/2017 By Sachin Bhat

“I’ve been a spy for almost all of my adult life. I don’t like being in the spotlight.” Whilst obscurity is bane to many, Edward Snowden seems to revel in it. And although spies (or even a CIA contractor) ought to keep themselves on the hush-hush all the time, the Kingsman agents just cannot help but be the cynosure of the public eye! Yes, the Brit spies are back in action after a gap of three years, and continue from … Read More

Lucknow Central: A gripping jail drama with a hearty tribute to dreamers
5:45 pm PDT 15/09/2017 By Swati Panda

It is the era of real life and small town stories. Lucknow Central  is all geared up to treat the audience with a rooted character from UP who is truly a rebel.  The movie brings alive a real life small town story backed by power-packed actors like Farhan Akhtar, Gippy Grewal, Diana Penty, Ronit Roy, Deepak Dobriyal, Rajesh Sharma, Inaamulhaq to name a few and has some amazing music.Produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Nikhil Advani’s Emmay Entertainment and Motion … Read More

‘The Last Jedi’ suspense revelation by director Rian Johnson you all missed (spoiler alert!)
7:00 pm PDT 09/09/2017 By AnimationXpress Team

For all the tumult that Hollywood has been going through since the turn of the year, it stares at an explosive end as Star Wars will hit the big screen once again with its second installment. With a subtitle ‘The Last Jedi’, the upcoming space opera has generated a resounding buzz among the fanbase as to who the last Jedi really is. However, if one casts his mind back to 2015, director Rian Johnson had already revealed the much vaunted … Read More

‘The Current War’ trailer: Benedict and Shannon lock horns over electricity system
3:00 pm PDT 08/09/2017 By Sachin Bhat

Conflict in theories is essential for science to make advancements, for that gives scope for endless possibilities. One such infamous conflict in the branch arose in the nineteenth century when electricity stalwarts Thomas Alva Edison and George Westinghouse locked horns over an electricity system. Whilst the former proposed the system through the means of direct current, George prevailed over his bête noir’s direct current theory with his theory of alternating current. Such was the scale of the dispute, that it went … Read More

‘IT’ review (spoiler free!): Chills, thrills and does everything that horror films for long didn’t
6:30 pm PDT 07/09/2017 By Anshita Bhatt

If you like the feeling of adrenaline rushing through your body, blood pumping in your stream with double the speed and heart rate rising steadily, then you are the kind that should go for thriller and horror films. But if you like all of this happening over and over again, then you are the kind that should not miss IT. The film tells the story of seven children in Derry, Maine who are terrorised by a clown and who in … Read More

‘Suicide Squad 2’ to finally commence as Gavin O’Connor appointed as writer-director
3:30 pm PDT 07/09/2017 By Sachin Bhat

After long episodes of scepticism and negotiation farrago within the production, the makers of Suicide Squad sequel have finally found the man to helm the project. Prima facie reports suggest well known Hollywood director Gavin O’Connor has been roped in to write and direct Suicide Squad 2, as Warner Bros studios’ can now finally go ahead with the much-stalled project. David Ayer helmed the first part of the supervillain ensemble which went on to gross $745 million in worldwide collections. … Read More