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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ leaps to box office success amid Omicron concerns

No one could be surprised that ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ would be one of this year’s box office biggest heroes but it’s spinning its way to becoming the best December domestic opening with $253 million, the best ever for Sony and the third best-ever among all films beating 2015’s ‘Star Wars: The...

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Nitu Chandra Srivastava leads female cast in ‘Never Back Down: Revolt’

Sony Studios rolled out the red carpet as Nitu Chandra Srivastava made her Hollywood debut in the martial arts thriller "Never Back Down: Revolt."

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The Hollywood Conflict: Streaming vs Theatrical

Any screenwriter in Hollywood will tell you that screenplays are all about conflict. Conflict should be in every scene, in every act, and on every page. The more layered, the better. So, when actor Scarlett Johansson.

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Flexibility is the future of cinema exhibition, says Disney CEO Bob Chapek

So how does the world of cinematic exhibition look like currently and how will it shape up beyond the pandemic? To get a perspective, let's take a look at how Walt Disney CEO Bob Chapek sees it. Speaking at the JP Morgan media summit last week, Chapek summarised the future of cinema exhibition in a...

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Now Showing: Himalayan woman power documentary at IFFLA’s 19th edition

The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) returns on 20-27 May with a line-up of narrative and documentary features and shorts for the festival’s 19th edition where 40 documentaries, including shorts, will be virtually released. While the festival is geo-focused to California, special India...

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