PVR Pictures has announced that Bel Ami has been acquired at the Cannes Film Festival for distribution in India.
PVR Pictures, flagship film production and distribution arm of the PVR Group, acquired many high quality films to be released in India. Some of these much awaited films acquired are the year’s most-awaited movies like Rabbit Hole (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart), Bel Ami (Rob Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci), Butter (Hugh Jackman & Jennifer Garner), Jack (John Cusack), One Day (Jim Sturgess & Anne Hathaway), Jane Eyre to name a few. In the past, with movies like Burn After Reading, Blindness, Twilight, New Moon, Remember Me, Death At a Funeral, Taking Woodstock, Aviator, Chicago, Finding Neverland, Paris Je taime PVR Pictures with its path breaking efforts has been instrumental in recognizing the gap with respect to the demand and supply of discerning cinema and has successfully been able to contribute in developing the cinema viewing patterns by attracting a growing number of Indian audiences towards quality cinema.
Commenting on the line up of English releases for 2010 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, Joint Managing Director, PVR Limited says, “It is an exciting time for us and we are very happy to be distributing some of the most awaited movies of the year in India showcased at Cannes Film Festival 2010. There is an impressive line-up of movies like Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman, Bel Ami with Hollywood heartthrob Rob Pattinson, Butter with Hugh Jackman, Jack with John Cusack etc. It is our constant endeavor to offer a wider choice of movies amongst the Indian audiences and with a variety of films releasing, we hope that there is something for everyone to look forward to”.
Also, PVR Pictures is all set to give audiences a never-before movie ride with an array of back to back blockbusters like A Single Man (Colin Firth & Julianne Moore), Edge of Darkness (Mel Gibson), Eclipse (Rob Pattinson) along with all the other exciting releases coming out this year.
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Dear fans of The Twilight Saga,
I want to congratulate you for reaching over 6 million fans on The Twilight Saga Facebook page.
It’s hard to fathom that it was just over one year ago that I started constructing this third and epic adventure which takes place in the town of Forks.
I want to share a story about one of our days of shooting with you.
It was a Friday night and the rain was relentless. We were at La Push to shoot the tribe’s histories, a great speech by Billy Black. We had Taylor and Kristen and the whole wolf pack around a campfire as the heavens let loose on us.
Gil Birmingham was in fine form as the rain hammered down on us all, we adjusted our lights so that the rain vanished into the black of night.
We constructed a tent over the scene to keep everyone dry as we worked, every 15 minutes or so we would have to tip it to stop the collecting rain from splitting the fabric.
For some reason still unknown, around 3am, the wolf pack stood exactly in the way of several gallons of rainwater as it was being cleared. Being the wolf pack, they just laughed it off as they stood there soaked to the bone.
We worked through the mud and the rain all night, until we had the scene perfected.
As we left, dawn was now cracking and in the dim light I passed a small army of fans who had braved the weather for the entire night, still standing there, holding drenched flowers and waiting to get a glimpse of our actors.
So, to those of you who stood behind our security, who waited in line at theatres overnight, to those of you who just love these stories, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is a love letter to you.
Each day I felt the weight of your favourite scenes, your favourite lines, your dreams and your imagination.
It has been an unforgettable journey, and now as I finalise the last prints to ready the film for your local theaters, I cannot wait for you to see it.
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Here’s a new Water for Elephants wallpaper made by twveronika
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Volvo is hosting a contest to win tickets to the Eclipse Premiere in LA. To enter click here.
We’re blogging from our old site today as our main site is having some issues. From what I’ve been told it’s a hacker attacking the site or something like that. We’re working to get the regular ToR back up as soon as we can. This site is only temporary. It actually feels pretty odd to be back posting on this site ;)
For the moment we’ll continue to posts updates here until the site is fixed. Once it’s back up we’ll let you know.
Here’s another batch of 1930’s style pics of Robert Pattinson on the set of Water for Elephants yesterday.
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