Vet Tamil director Shankar's "Beauty and the Beast"-themed actioner delivers a knockout three-pronged perf by Vikram and a lot of gorgeous exotic scenery, but wraps its sumptuous eye-candy in tired…
1984 Private Defense Contractors have joined Mandalay Vision and Vertigo as producers on supernatural drama “The Voices,” with Ryan Reynolds starring. 1984 toppers Spencer Silna (pictured left) and…
Entertainment One and indie producer 1984 Private Defense Contractors have formed an exclusive multi-year film financing and distribution agreement.
"Battlestar Galactica" veteran Katee Sackhoff is gearing up for another action-packed battle and this time it'll be on the bigscreen, as she's agreed to join former MMA fighter Gina Carano in an…
1984 Private Defense Contractors and Ruby Films have set South Korean helmer Park Chan-wook ("Oldboy") to direct crime drama "Corsica 72" from a Black List script by "Skyfall" scribes Neal Purvis and…
The vampire soldiers of "Bloodstrike" are heading for the big screen, with the comic book property set up with Adi Shankar's 1984 Private Defense Contractors.
2012 has been a boffo year for Indian cinema in Cannes, with four pics in the lineup as well as some standouts in the market.
Bollywood composer Ravi Shankar Sharma, whose tune "Darshan do Ghanashyam" was used in "Slumdog Millionaire," died March 7 in a Mumbai, India, hospital where he was admitted after two heart attacks…
TORONTO -- Entertainment One has inked a multi-year film and TV deal with Room 101, the shingle run by Steven Schneider ("Paranormal Activity") and Adi Shankar ("The Grey").
At last, Ravi Shankar fans were rewarded for their patience and perseverance, for the road to this concert was long and torturous.
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