Tuesday, December 27, 2016

First Day Box Office Collection Of London Has Fallen Movie

London Has Fallen is a 2016 American action thriller film directed by Babak Najafi and written by Creighton Rothenberger, Katrin Benedikt, Chad St. John and Christian Gudegast. It is a sequel to Antoine Fuqua's 2013 film Olympus Has Fallen and stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman, with Alon Moni Aboutboul, Angela Bassett, Robert Forster, Jackie Earle Haley, Melissa Leo, Radha Mitchell, Sean O'Bryan, Waleed Zuaiter and Charlotte Riley in supporting roles. It is the second installment in the Has Fallen franchise.
Filming began on October 24, 2014, in London. A Christmas break started in November with filming resuming in February 2015. The film was released on March 4, 2016, by Focus Features under their recently revived Gramercy Pictures label.
A sequel, titled Angel Has Fallen, is expected to start production in 2017.




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Western intelligence services collaborate to identify Pakistani arms dealer and terrorist leader Aamir Barkawi (Alon Moni Aboutboul) as the mastermind behind several terrorist attacks around the world, specifically a devastating hotel bombing in Manila, and authorize an American drone strike against Barkawi's compound, apparently killing Barkawi and his family.
Two years later, after the death of British Prime Minister James Wilson, world leaders from the major Western countries, including President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart) make plans to attend his funeral services in London. Secret Service agent and Asher's close friend, Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is assigned by Secret Service Director Lynne Jacobs (Angela Bassett) to oversee the President's schedule there, despite the fact that Banning's wife, Leah (Radha Mitchell), is due to give birth to their child in a few weeks.
After arriving via Air Force One at Stansted Airport, Banning pushes the President's arrival forward, directing Marine One to take them to Somerset House and then by car to St Paul's Cathedral. As they arrive, several attacks, coordinated by Barkawi's son Kamran (Waleed Zuaiter), eliminate the leaders of Canada, Germany, Japan, France and Italy by terrorists disguised as Metropolitan Police, the Queen's Guardsmen, and other first responders, damaging several London landmarks. At St Paul's, despite suffering heavy losses, Banning helps get Asher and Jacobs to cover when the disguised terrorists turn on them, and they manage to race back to Somerset House. Marine One takes off with two escorts, but terrorists with Stinger missiles take out the escorts before damaging Marine One, forcing it to crash-land in a park. Though Asher and Banning are fine, Jacobs has been fatally wounded, and she makes Banning promise to get back at the perpetrators before she dies. Banning leads Asher to the London Underground as most of the city's power, including its CCTV, is disabled and its residents take shelter.

Vice President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) and members of the President's staff work with British authorities to determine what has happened, when Trumbull is contacted by Barkawi operating out of Yemen, admitting he is behind the attacks, and threatening to kill millions more if Asher isn't handed to him. They learn that Wilson was poisoned to death to lure the leaders to London. Knowing that Barkawi has spent years planning, Trumbull orders the staff to review Barkawi's known associates to find a lead. He also supports Chief Inspector Kevin Hazard's (Colin Salmon) decision to stand down all first responders, believing that disobeying this order will blow the terrorists' cover. Meanwhile, Banning disables a group of terrorists that followed them to the Underground, and contacts Kamran, who promises that if he captures the President, they will broadcast his execution across the Internet. Banning leads Asher to a nearby MI6 safehouse, pausing at street level long enough to relay a message to Trumbull via satellite monitoring.

First Day Box Office Collection Of Knight of Cups Movie

Knight of Cups is a 2015 American experimental drama film[4] written and directed by Terrence Malick and produced by Nicolas Gonda, Sarah Green and Ken Kao. The film features an ensemble cast, starring Christian Bale as the central character.
The film follows depressed Los Angeles screenwriter Rick (Christian Bale) on an odyssey through the playgrounds of Los Angeles and Las Vegas as he undertakes a search for love and self via adventures with colorful figures, identified by eight tarot cards. The title of the film refers to the tarot card, the Knight of Cups.[5][6] The film is loosely inspired by, and at times quotes directly from, the 1678 Christian allegory The Pilgrim's Progress, the Acts of Thomas passage The Hymn of the Pearl,[7] and Suhrawardi's A Tale of the Western Exile,[8]
After over two years in post-production, the film premiered in the main competition section at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on February 8, 2015 to mixed reviews. The film was released in the United States on March 4, 2016 by Broad Green Pictures[9] to further mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike.




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Rick is a film screenwriter living in Los Angeles, California. While he's successful in his career, his life feels empty. Haunted by the death of one brother and the dire circumstances of the other, he finds temporary solace in the Hollywood excess that defines his existence. Women provide a distraction to the daily pain he must endure, and every encounter that comes his way brings him closer to finding his place in the world.
The film is divided into eight chapters (each named after a tarot card, except for the final chapter Freedom), plus a prologue, each loosely based around the central character's relationship with somebody in his life:
I. The Moon - Della (Imogen Poots), a rebellious young woman.
II. The Hanged Man - His brother Barry (Wes Bentley) and father Joseph (Brian Dennehy).
III. The Hermit - Tonio (Antonio Banderas), an amoral playboy.
IV. Judgement - His physician ex-wife Nancy (Cate Blanchett).
V. The Tower - Helen (Freida Pinto), a serene model.
VI. The High Priestess - Karen (Teresa Palmer), a spirited, playful stripper.
VII. Death - Elizabeth (Natalie Portman), a woman he wronged in the past.

VIII. Freedom - Isabel (Isabel Lucas), an innocent who helps him see a way forward.