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Kunal Kapoor starrer Veeram nominated for the Oscars!

20 December 2016 7:06 AM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

The excitement towards Veeram has just increased by a manifold! Adapted from the Shakespearean classic Macbeth, the film Veeram’s soundtrack ‘We will rise’ has been nominated for the Original Song category at the 89th Academy Awards. The song finds its place in a list of 91 songs from eligible motion length pictures. Sung by Kari Kimmel, it has been composed by Jeff Rona who has also composed the music for movies like Phantom, God of Water, and Traffic III amongst others.

This is for the first time in the history of Indian production that a tri-lingual film has achieved this feat. A prestigious moment for the director and completely elated with this news, Jayaraj said, “Nothing is impossible for an Indian. I am proud to lead an Indian Film Production Company which not only produced an English film but also achieved the unique distinction of being shortlisted for an Oscar nomination for its English Song… »

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Tomorrow’s Dark Souls III Patch Brings More Balance Adjustments And Bug Fixes

9 June 2016 7:29 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

A new patch for Dark Souls III is due to go live tomorrow for PC and PlayStation 4 players (Xbox One date is coming later) that introduces a huge amount of adjustments to existing weapons and fixes a whole range of irritating bugs that have cropped up in the months since release.

The full list of changes was posted on Reddit by FromSoftware’s community manager (via VG247) earlier, but we’ve put them below for your convenience.

Archdragon Peak: Fixed the freeze when jumping into the fog after ringing the bell. The Rinfinger Leonhard quest will now start properly after the removal of the restriction on the maximum number of Pale Tongues that can be offered to Rosaria, Mother of Rebirth. Trophies will now unlock correctly even if the required item is sent directly to the storage. Fixed a Skill being changed based on a right hand weapon when equipping »

- Joe Pring

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On this day in pop culture history: ‘Star Wars’ returned with ‘The Phantom Menace’

19 May 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

17 years ago today, long before we knew the Force would have an awakening in 2015, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace brought new tales of a galaxy far, far away to the big screen for the first time since 1983’s Return of the Jedi. It was the beginning of a much-maligned prequel trilogy that would give us Jar Jar Binks, midi-chlorians, and a love story for Anakin Skywalker. (And some good things! Don’t forget podracing! And Darth Maul!) Ultimate backlash didn’t stop audiences eager for a new Star Wars movie from turning out in droves, though: Phantom Menace was 1999’s highest grossing film, and all three prequel films ended up earning over $2.5 billion at the worldwide box office. Revenge of the Sith was also released on the 19th of May. Today marks 11 years since the prequel conclusion hit theaters worldwide, after premiering at – believe it or not – the Cannes Film Festival. »

- Emily Rome

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Review: Why ‘The X-Files’ Revival Disappoints

20 January 2016 3:32 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

What if they got the band back together, but much of its set consisted of out-of-tune covers? That’s the sense one regularly gets from the return of “The X-Files,” which finally arrives Sunday after an overwhelming promotional campaign that makes presidential contests look like mere blips on the media radar. It’s too bad that, with some exceptions, those participating in this intensely hyped reunion are often just going through the motions.

It’s not all tinny and clanging; sometimes the old harmonies can be heard, most regularly in the third installment, a much-anticipated hour written and directed by “X-Files” all-star Darin Morgan. But the distinctive atmosphere and evocative tone of the show’s best seasons are often buried, especially in the first half of this six-episode mini-season, by storytelling busywork and subtext that is pressed into service as cliched chunks of dialogue. The reunion’s frantic exposition and »

- Maureen Ryan

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