All that glitters may not be gold, but whatever it is, it's sure to be found somewhere in "Any Body Can Dance 2," the insanely exuberant sequel to 2013's Bollywood/hip-hop 3D dance extravaganza.
Disney will this year release seven Hollywood titles in India through its market-leading Disney UTV subsidiary. A further four Indian movies will also go out under the Disney brand.
India's Disney-UTV has pounced on the novel "Revolution 2020" by Chetan Bhagat, the top-selling author behind hit movies "3 Idiots" and the recent "Kai Po Che."
Disney is making a bold move in India next year, releasing three high-profile Bollywood movies under its own label in a territory that has been notoriously tough for U.S. studios to crack.
Producer-star Shah Rukh Khan defies critics and delivers Bollywood B.O. record breaker
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Twentieth Century Fox and director James Cameron announced today that the “Avatar” sequels have grown in number from two to three. Cameron has hired screenwriters Josh Friedman (“War of the Worlds”)…
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Disney Theatrical Prods. has quietly initiated early explorations of a live stage show featuring the Muppets, commencing late last month with a short but elaborate presentation directed by Alex…
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