Aquaman the movie, which was directed by James Wan and starred Jason Momoa in the lead role was finally able to become the first DCEU movie to have made more than $1 billion in the worldwide box office.
Warner Bros Picture’s Aquaman was able to cross Rs 7075 crore mark in the global box office, which helped them to make another record. It’s been one month since the release of the movie and team of Aquaman is really happy that this movie has turned up to be such a big success. This movie has been successfully able to stay in the top spot for the last four weeks internationally since the release. The President of Worldwide Distribution, Warner Bros. Picture Group Ron Sanders came out and announced
“We’re thrilled, the audience around the world have embraced Aquaman in such a big, big way. Jason, the filmmaker, and the team at DC have delivered a film that people love, and we are so appreciative of their support.”
James Wan also shared with the press:
“Firstly, massive love and thank you to the fans and audience around the world. Humbled by the way you’ve embraced Aquaman and how it has resonated on global scale. I’ll forever be indebted to Jason Momoa for turning Aquaman into one of the coolest, cinematic Super Heroes ever, and becoming the gold standard for this character for generations to come. I also want to thank a lot to all the cast members who have been able to breathe life into all the characters.”
This is one of the biggest movies that DC have made in quite some time and people had an expectation that it is bound to do good in box office. A lot of people might not have expected that this movie will become such a big thing in the global market.
The storyline of Aquaman is very new and since this is the first time that Aquaman released, people absolutely appreciated the superhero. Some of the other actors who are part of this movie are Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Dolph Lundgren, and Nicole Kidman. The acting of the movie is really good and all the actors were able to do justice to their character. Aquaman was released in IMAX, 2D, and 3D.
Super 30 Trailer: Hrithik Roshan completely adopts the role of Mathematician Anand Kumar
Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 was in the making for quite a very long time now. And after months of delay, the much-awaited movie is prepared to hit screens in July. Ahead of the launch, the manufacturers launched Super 30’s trailer now.
Super 30 relies on the life span of award-winning mathematician Anand Kumar along with his schedule ‘Super 30’. Hrithik, who performs Anand from the biographical movie, seems to be trying quite tough to fit in the character.
The trailer of Super 30 provides a sneak peek into the life span of Anand Kumar out of being a math instructor at a nearby tuition center to starting his own institute which not just uplifts the downtrodden pupils but also helps them prepare for the huge entrance examinations. In the middle of this, he also faces challenges from a potent part of society.
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Watch | Super 30 official trailer
The trailer reveals just how Hrithik Roshan‘s Anand supports a group of pupils from modest backgrounds to reach the impossible. In one of those scenes, he’s motivating them to target for big jobs such as a marine architect, a NASA scientist and an engineer.
Hrithik appears to get put in a great deal of hard work to get into the shoes of a person belonging to Bihar. From his tanned appearance to de-glam apparel, the celebrity has tried his best to match the part. While he seems persuasive in several parts, his dialog delivery at a significant chunk of this trailer appears to be tad forced.
Anand Kumar started his educational program titled Super 30 at Patna, Bihar in 2002 under the banner of Ramanujan School of Mathematics. Under that, 30 meritorious students from the economically backward segment are chosen and trained annually to its JEE examination.
Super 30 was formerly scheduled to launch on January 25. It is going to now arrive at July 12.
T-Series listed in Guinness Book of World Records after crossing 100 million Subscribers on YouTube
Following quashing Swedish videogames reviewer PewDiePie’s colossal subscription amounts on YouTube, T-Series has gotten a mention in the Guinness Book of World Records, reports their official webpage. It currently holds the record for its very first YouTube station to get crossed 100 million readers.
This basically beats PewDiePie’s record, although he had been the very first YouTuber to have attained 50 million readers.
T-series, the report included, was set up in 2006 and continues to be seeing stellar expansion in its own recent decades. It’s India’s biggest music label. It was initially founded in 1983 by Gulshan Kumar.
PewDiePie and T-Series have been fighting it out because of October 2018 for its YouTube crown. PewDiePie, who claimed his lead for five decades, was threatened with the fast contributor expansion of T-Series. The internet battle has additionally improved subscriber count for the two channels, together with them crossing the 90-million subscriber mark over hours of one another in March. PewDiePie’s reign as the world’s hottest YouTube channel eventually ended at the end of March.
But, conceding his defeat, Felix Kjellberg aka PewDiePie submitted a movie titled’Congratulations’ while shooting a one final jab in his arch-rival. It featured several accusations from T-Series and its owner Bhushan Kumar, in addition to a couple private confessions. Complaints from the YouTuber’s movies Caused the Delhi High Court obstructing them in India.
Afterward, in March,” Kumar, the chairman and managing director of T-Series, published a movie on Twitter, enticing the Indian audience to register to its own station together with all the #BharatWinsYouTube campaign.
Most Bollywood personalities, such as Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan and singers such as Neha Kakkar and Armaan Mallik, have shared their own service for T-Series.
Meanwhile, one of those who combined the #SubscribeToPewDiePie effort were Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk, who eventually delivered on his promise to sponsor the station’s Meme review.
Kamal Kant Chandra files Plagiarism case against makers of Ayushmann Khurrana’s Bala
Assistant manager Kamal Kant Chandra, the guy who’d accused the makers of Bala of plagiarising his thought, has filed a police complaint under Section 420 (cheating) and 406 (breach of trust) in the Kashimira police channel, Mid-Day reported.
Chandra had previously registered a case in the Bombay High Court from Ayushmann Khurrana, the direct of the movie, the manager Amar Kaushik and manufacturer Dinesh Vijan and had alleged that they had copied his notion of a balding guy from among his endeavors.
Bala is now in the second program of its filming. Ayushmann stars reverse Bhumi Pednekar from the Movie. He has previously worked with her at Dum Laga Ke Haisha and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan.
“It’s wrong to start shooting before the court has given its verdict. At the last hearing, they said that they would take time to develop the script. How did they start shooting in 15 days? This means they gave a misleading picture to the court. I approached the vacation bench four days ago, but they stated that I should wait for the next hearing on June 10. But the makers might finish [a chunk of] the film by then and argue that since a lot of money is at stake, the court should rule in their favour,” Chandra said.
“I enrolled my notion together with Screen Writers’ Association at 2016 while their script was enrolled in 2018,” he added.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s legal group said in a statement, “What has been communicated to you is a malafide distortion of actual facts specially with regard to the proceedings of April 9, 2019. In fact, Mr. Chandra also moved the Bombay High court in vacation (May 29) in this regard and was not granted any relief. In any event as the matter is sub judice and since the next date of hearing is June 10, 2019 we are are not commenting any further. Our script is original and we will show that to the court when the matter comes up.”