The Ed Harris-directed western starring Ed Harris himself, Viggo Mortensen, and Renee Zellweger, will debut in New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto on September 17th, then go wide on September 19th.
The Lucky Ones
The Neil Burger-directed war drama starring Tim Robbins, Rachel McAdams, and Michael Pena has moved up a month from October 24th to September 26th.
Pride and Glory
The New Line police drama starring Colin Farrel and Edward Norton will come out earlier than expected: October 24th 2008.
The Weinstein Company football drama has moved from November 14th to December 25th. To clear things up, this is the new title of The Patriots starring Forest Whitaker and Isiah Washington rather than another similar project.
The New Regency romantic comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson will come out January 9th 2009.
The troubled New Line fantasy has moved up from January 30th 2009 to January 9th.
He's Just Not That Into You
The New Line ensemble romance-dramedy has been delayed yet again, this time from October 3rd to February 6th 2009.
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
As a result of the previous film's move, the Matthew McCounaghy-led romantic comedy has been moved to an undetermined release date.
Final Destination 4
The latest iteration of the franchise, filmed entirely in Digital 3-D, will come out August 14th 2009: far enough away from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs to claim most of the Digital 3-D screens.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The Sony Animation adaptation has finally moved from the shadow of Monsters Vs. Aliens, moving from March 27th 2009 to January 15th 2010...only to face ANOTHER CGI-animated film: Hoodwinked 2: Hood Vs. Evil.
Subsequently, Sony Animation's other project has been delayed from September 25th 2009 to an undetermined 2010 date.
Guardians of Ga'Hoole
The Zach Snyder-directed animated adaptation will come out July 9th 2010. Considering the proximity to Zach Snyder's "Watchmen", the project must be further along than we had imagined.
Monday, June 30, 2008 at 9:22 AM
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1. Cinema Cinema
Artist(s): Shankar Mahadevan
Artist(s): Hariharan, Sujatha, Baby Ranjini, Baby Pooja
Lyricist: Pa. Vijay
3. Om Zaarare
Artist(s): Daler Mehndi, Chitra, Sadhana Sargam
Artist(s): Shreya Ghoshal, Kids
Lyricist: Dr. Kridhaya
Artist(s): Kailash Kher, Prasanna
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Tabu's time lag between her films may seem like a yawning gap to her fans, but she pays them back with interest dishing out one memorable role after another.
Be it suppressed wife Aditi of ASTITVA or a bar dancer of CHANDNI BAR or mysterious Nimmi in MAQBOOL or confident mom and wife Ashima in Mira Nair's THE NAMESAKE Tabu well paid-off her characters. She was last seen in Balki's CHEENI KUM where she stood on her feet despite a formidable co-star's domineering presence.
And now the talented actress is back in action to stun the audience once again with her incredible performance. As per the latest buzz the pretty actress will be playing the character of a possessive elder sister in her forthcoming venture. However she is not the only heroine in the film. This untitled flick will also star Sharman Joshi and SUMMER 2007 fame Uvika Chaudhary. It is heard that Uvika will play Tabu's younger sister.The film has already hit the floors and intended to release early next year.