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Here's a list of Telugu films that will release on December 15

With 2017 coming to an end, there is a scramble among several filmmakers who want to have their films released.

The last weekend of December, which also happens to be the Christmas weekend, will see a slew of films that are high on star value and budget, making their way to the silver screens.

Therefore, several filmmakers are keen on having their films released on December 15, a week before the big actors.
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Here's a list of Telugu films that will release on December 15

TollywoodOn the other hand, the last week, will see the release of 'Middle Class Abbayi' and 'Hello'.Digital Native 2017 films.jpgWith 2017 coming to an end, there is a scramble among several filmmakers who want to have their films released. The last weekend of December, which also happens to be the Christmas weekend, will see a slew of films that are high on star value and budget, making their way to the silver screens. Therefore, several filmmakers are keen on having their films released on December 15, a week before the big actors. The long list of films waiting to hit the theatres on December 15 in Tollywood are: Juliet - Lover of Idiot, Kutumba Katha Chitram, Lachi, Sita Ramuni Kosam, Maro Drushyam, Idi Maa Premakata, Prema Pandem, Mama Chandamama, Unda Leda, Toli Parichayam, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and Padipoya Ni Maya Lo. Incidentally, none of the films mentioned here managed to create a buzz. With absolutely no promos and little or unknown actors in the star cast, the expectation levels too, are low for these films. On the other hand, the last weekend of the year, next week will see a rush of movies hitting the theatres. Among it are the highly anticipated films such as Middle Class Abbayi (McA) and Hello. Directed by Venu Sriram, Middle Class Abbayi stars Nani and Sai Pallavi as the lead pair. Ace producer Dil Raju has produced this film under his banner Sri Venkateswara Creations. Meanwhile, Hello, directed by Vikram Kumar, stars Akhil Akkineni in the lead role with Kalyani Priyadarshan making her acting debut. The film is bankrolled by Nagarjuna under his banner Annapurna Studios. There is also a buzz that Allu Sirish’s Okka Kshanam is slated for release during the Christmas weekend. Touted to be a thriller, the film is directed by Vi Anand and produced by Chakri Chirugupati. Content by Digital Native. Enanble Notification: NoTnm Marquee: No
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Worst Box Office Weekend in 15 Years Has The Hitman's Bodyguard at #1

Worst Box Office Weekend in 15 Years Has The Hitman's Bodyguard at #1
The last weekend in August before the Labor Day holiday also signifies the final weekend of the summer movie season at the box office. This year, the summer movie season is definitely going out like a lamb, with last weekend's winner The Hitman's Bodyguard beating out three new movies and a heavily-promoted fight screening in select theaters across the country, to take the top spot with just $10 million. In fact, the combined gross of the top 12 movies was the lowest in 16 years, since September 2001.

Box Office Mojo reports that the combined gross for the top 12 movies added up to $49 million, the first time that the top 12 failed to earn more than $50 million in over 20 years, and the worst since the September 21-23 weekend in 2001, just a few weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, when the top 12 earned just $43.5 million, topped by Hardball starring Keanu Reeves, with $8 million. It's possible that, when
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‘The Circle’ and ‘Latin Lover’ Open to Box Office That’s Already Counting Down to Marvel’s ‘Guardians Vol. 2’

‘The Circle’ and ‘Latin Lover’ Open to Box Office That’s Already Counting Down to Marvel’s ‘Guardians Vol. 2’
This weekend is all about the next one. The last weekend of April means next week is the annual May Marvel release — here, it’s Disney’s “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” And that means rival studios are in duck-and-cover mode, clearing a path that extends a week in advance.

So, expect to see “The Fate of the Furious” (Universal) repeat for a third time at #1, with around $20 million gross. By Sunday, “Fate” will be around $190 million domestic on worldwide gross of $1 billion — a record-low domestic share for a film reaching these heights.

Meanwhile, “Guardians” will open in most of Europe and other territories (but not China, Japan, or Russia) ahead of its domestic May 4 debut. Going abroad first not only emphasizes the increased dominance of the international market in studio strategies, but it also can spike already-strong domestic interest.

We’re glad to have that to look forward
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Emma Watson’s The Circle Ends The Lame Spring Movie Season -- The Weekend Warrior

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

Even Emma Watson and Tom Hanks May Not Be Enough to Make a Mark As April Ends

The last weekend of April, and the “slower” spring movie season is ending this weekend, leading directly into the start of the lucrative summer box office next week. As has been the case in past years, the last couple weekends in April see a couple movies hoping to bring in any amount of money before the first big summer blockbuster, and other movies that will steal away their theaters. Last weekend was pretty sad, but hopefully a few of this weekend’s movies will fare better.

The movie that stands the best chance at finding an audience this weekend is the tech industry thriller The Circle
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New Indie Players Score at the Box Office with ‘Colossal,’ ‘Their Finest,’ and ‘Your Name.’

Two new indie distributors injected some life into the specialty box office this weekend with two unconventional releases.

Both “Colossal” (Neon Films) and Japanese anime smash “Your Name.” (FUNimation) rode positive reviews to strong box office. With more conventional World War II drama “Their Finest” (Stx), three films from non-establishment distributors show impressive arthouse strength.

Read More: ‘Colossal’ Is the Monster Movie No Studio Would Ever Make, And It’s Teaching Hollywood a Lesson

Jessica Chastain vehicle “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” shaping up to be the biggest specialty release so far this year, justified its initial wider run with a solid second weekend.

At least nine of the new limited releases this week also are available on Video on Demand. The only one to see much traction was “Alive and Kicking” (Magnolia), directed by specialty industry veteran Susan Glatzer, marking an unusual documentary presentation from Blumhouse Productions. The dance movie grossed $9000 in five theaters.
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The Weekend Warrior 2/24/17: Get Out, Collide, Rock Dog

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

Presidents' Day weekend was an interesting one at the box office, and as with most holiday weekends, it was particularly difficult to figure out how things might fare, other than The Lego Batman Movie, which remained at #1 with almost $45 million over the four-day weekend. Fifty Shades Darker followed with $21.3 million, about a 50% drop. Last week, I thought that the Ice Cub comedy Fist Fight would beat The Great Wall, although it seemed like it could be a close race. Nope. Matt Damon’s action epic came in third place with $21.6 million, which is a couple million more than my original prediction, but The Fist Fight fell short of my prediction by almost $10 million, grossing $14.5 million in its first four days.
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Weekend Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Wins Final Weekend of Summer

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2016-08-28T10:44:14-07:00Weekend Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Wins Final Weekend of Summer

The last weekend of summer delivered a new top movie after three straight weekends of Suicide Squad taking the top spot at the box office. The result wasn't surprising in terms of the movies in the top spot, but the margin by which the newcomer earned the win was unexpected.

The winner of the week was Don't Breathe, the home-invasion horror thriller about a group of young thieves who plan to rob a helpless blind man, only to discover that their target is not at all helpless. The young criminals' fight for their lives forms the core of the scary story.

Don't Breathe was projected in most predictive models to earn somewhere between $10 and $15 million for the weekend, a total that would have put it in a tight race with Suicide Squad for the number-one slot.
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Can Suicide Squad Win Its 4th Box Office Weekend in a Row?

Can Suicide Squad Win Its 4th Box Office Weekend in a Row?
Last weekend was supposed to knock Suicide Squad from atop the box office, with three new releases hitting theaters after this superhero blockbuster suffered a massive 67.4% drop during its second week of release. Thanks to all three of those new releases (Ben-Hur, War Dogs and Kubo & the Two Strings) underperforming, Suicide Squad three-peated to become the #1 movie yet again. Now it looks to close out the month of August with a clean sweep. Standing in its way are three newcomers, Sony's horror-thriller Don't Breathe, The Weinstein Company's boxing biopic Hands of Stone and Lionsgate's action sequel Mechanic: Resurrection. If our predictions ring true though, we believe Don't Breathe does have a chance to win the last weekend of the summer.

It has certainly been an unusual summer box office, which closes out on a rather weird note. All three of these new releases are rated R. R-rated movies
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Gallery – The Best Cosplay at this year’s London Comic Con

The last weekend London hosted its own Comic-Con, with panels, celebrity signings and a plethora of eager cosplayers. The event had its largest recorded attendance over the weekend, with more than 133,000 people turning up to celebrate the profusion of geek culture. Our man Colin Hart was there to capture all the fun, and you […]

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Disney Dominates Weekend Box Office with Jungle Book and Captain America: Civil War

Disney Dominates Weekend Box Office with Jungle Book and Captain America: Civil War
The last weekend in April is normally rather quiet at the box office, since it represents the calm before the storm that is the summer movie season. Next weekend, Marvel's Captain America: Civil War kicks off the summer movie season, but Disney's The Jungle Book has been dominating since opening earlier this month. The adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's timeless classic has won for the third straight week in a row, taking in an impressive $42.4 million, beating three newcomers who all underperformed, Keanu, Mother's Day and Ratchet & Clank. Captain America: Civil War also posted impressive box office numbers in its international debut this weekend.

Last weekend, The Jungle Book dropped just 41.1% to take in $60.8 million. According to Box Office Mojo, the Disney adventure only dropped an impressive 31% in its third weekend, earning $42.4 million from 4,041 for an impressive $10,502per-screen average. The movie has earned just over $252 million domestically and $684.7 million worldwide,
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Win a Copy of The Last Weekend: A Novel of Zombies, Booze, and Power Tools

Night Shade Books released Nick Mamatas’ The Last Weekend: A Novel of Zombies, Booze, and Power Tools earlier this week, and to celebrate, we have ten copies of the San Francisco-based book to give away. Its dark humor and tongue-in-cheek… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Cover Reveal for The Last Weekend: A Novel of Zombies, Booze, and Power Tools

On January 5th of next year, Night Shade Books is releasing Nick Mamatas’ The Last Weekend: A Novel of Zombies, Booze, and Power Tools, a San Francisco-based zombie novel in which dark humor and tongue-in-cheek self-awareness breathe new life into the… Continue Reading →

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'We Are Your Friends' Trailer #2 Parties Hard with Zac Efron

'We Are Your Friends' Trailer #2 Parties Hard with Zac Efron
Following the first We Are Your Friends trailer that debuted back in May, Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for this late summer drama, arriving in theaters August 28. Zac Efron and Wes Bentley lead a diverse cast that includes the up and coming young actress Emily Ratajkowski, whose first two movie roles were in Gone Girl and this summer's Entourage. We Are Your Friends marks the writing and directing debut of Max Joseph, who is best known for starring on MTV's Catfish: The TV Show.

We Are Your Friends is about what it takes to find your voice. Set in the world of electronic music and Hollywood nightlife, an aspiring 23-year-old DJ named Cole (Zac Efron) spends his days scheming with his childhood friends and his nights working on the one track that will set the world on fire. All of this changes when he meets a charismatic but
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Box Office Results: Denzel Dominates with $35 Million Opening for The Equalizer

The last weekend of September was a good one for Denzel Washington as he reunited with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua for a new take on the '80s show The Equalizer (Sony), co-starring Chloe Moretz and Marton Csokas, which opened with a solid $35 million in 3,236 theaters. It averaged more than $10,000 per location and is the third biggest opening in Washington's career following 2007's American Gangster and 2012's Safe House. Laika Studio's stop-motion animated The Boxtrolls (Focus Features), featuring the voices of Ben Kingsley, Isaac Hempstead Wright and more, opened with an estimate of $17.3 million in 3,464 theaters (about $5,000 per location) while also taking in $17.7 million overseas in ??? territories for a first weekend total of $34.9 million.
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The Longest Week Review – Olivia Wilde & Jason Bateman Channel A Film Course

The Longest Week Review

As is often the case with new directors, Peter GlanzThe Longest Week is built from one of his earlier short films, A Relationship in Four Days. It’s a film that is going to divide critics, many of whom will dislike it for all the things that make it great, and is a tricky sell to most audiences. There’s a fine line between a derivative work (or one that is just patently stolen) and an honorific, and watching The Longest Week reminded me of nothing so much as Down with Love. While Down with Love was more directly putting forward the films it nodded to, and was more focused in its subject, it had a difficult time winning fans, and I suspect for similar reasons, even one has far easier entry points than the other.

The Longest Week revolves around Conrad Valmont (Jason Bateman
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The Summer Box Office Challenge: And the Winners Are…

They said it couldn’t be done. They called me mad at the university. They doubted my math skills and insisted on hiring an accounting team from Pricewaterhouse Coopers. They debated whether or not there should be a hyphen between “box” and “office.” But here we are, fourteen weeks later, and our inaugural Summer Box Office Challenge has come to a successful end. The last weekend of releases saw some heavyweight newcomers, and after the dust settled an action film led by Scarlett Johansson severely beat down one headlined by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Did I mention she did it on a 60% lower budget too? Luc Besson’s Lucy brought in just under $44 million for the weekend — a great number for Besson and his highest opening since The Fifth Element in ’97 — and the hope is that Hollywood takes the right notes from these results. Last week’s bonus question asking which film would end up in fifth
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Endeavour Sneak Peek: Morse Goes Back to School

Endeavour Sneak Peek: Morse Goes Back to School
Detective Constable Morse will be visited by the Ghost of a Schoolgirl Passed when Endeavour returns this Sunday (PBS, 9/8c).

Related Homeland’s Damian Lewis Is PBS’ King Henry VIII

The show, now in it’s second season, is a prequel to the long-running Inspector Morse series and follows the young detective (played by Shaun Evans, The Last Weekend) as he begins his career with the Oxford City Police. Roger Allam (V for Vendetta) co-stars as his boss and partner in crime-solving, Detective Inspector Fred Thursday.

Related Ian McKellen Previews His Vicious Insult Comedy’s PBS Debut

In this week’s episode,
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Check Out Mondo's 22 Comic Con Posters and New Studio Ghibli Limited Edition Vinyl

The last weekend was a busy one for Mondo fans and collectors attending San Diego Comic Con. The famous Austin-based art boutique released just under two dozen different items during the Con, including Martin Ansin's gorgeous posters for Elysium (that we covered here). Most of these prints were Sdcc exclusives or sold out at the event, so expect to toss out some big bucks on the secondary market if you're planning on acquiring one or more. The good news is that Mondo announced an online sale of their new vinyl release of Studio Ghibli Kokyo Kyokushu featuring amazing work by the one and only Tyler Stout. These will go online Friday July 26 - at a random time, as always - and shouldn't take too long...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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Endeavour Gets Green Light

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ITV have commissioned a second season of the hit Inspector Morse prequel Endeavour. Originally planned as a one-off TV movie, the show was so popular that ITV chiefs commissioned a four part series that aired earlier this year. A four part second season of the show will go into production later this year. Creator Russell Lewis will be the executive producer while Shuan Evans (The Last Weekend) will return as the title character.

Season one of Endeavour will air in the U.S. this July after the network finishes broadcasting the sixth season of another Morse spin-off – Inspector Lewis. Following Endeavour, PBS will air season one of the BBC courtroom drama Silk followed by another returning ITV favorite – Foyle’s War.

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