Majestic releases treat
for the moviegoers
The next line up of movies at the Majestic Cinema,
the Dolby Digital surround theatre in Colombo includes two movies
that were filmed in Sri Lanka in addition to recently released Hollywood
Coming Christmas and New Year seasons, the Sri
Lankan moviegoers will get rare opportunities to see cinematic gems
that were shot in Sri Lanka with the assistance of the crew here.
Rudyard Kipling's 'Jungle Book-2- Mowgli and Baloo' shot entirely
in Sri Lanka with the assistance of local talent will be released
end of this year. Well-known producer Chandrun Rutnum played the
role of associate producer while internationally acclaimed art director
Errol Kelley became the production designer. Directed by Duncan
Mclachlan 'The Jungle book' was played by Bill Campbell, Rooldy
Mcdowel and Jami Williams. Imported by Film Location Services (Pvt.)
Ltd the film is distributed by the National Film Corporation. This
will be followed by 'Mother Theresa' another cinematic treat that
had some of its major scenes in locations in and around Colombo.
'World Trade Centre' will be followed by 'You,
Me and Dupree', the Universal Pictures comedy starring Owen Wilson,
Kate Hudson, Matt Dillon, Michael Douglas, Amanda Detmer. Originally
released on July 14, 2006, the Sri Lankan screening begins from
Directed by Joe Russo and Anthony Russo the film revolves around
Carl and Molly are just starting their new life together, complete
with a cute house, boring neighbours, stable jobs and the routines
of newlywed existence.
There's just one unfortunate hitch in their perfectly
constructed new world: Randy Dupree, Carl's oldest friend and perpetual
bachelor, has been fired from his job and has nowhere to go - except
'You, Me and Dupree' will be followed by "Pirates
of Caribbean-Dead Man's Chest". Staring Orlando Bloom, Keira
Knightley, Jack Davenport and Bill Nighy, the film is directed by
Gore Verbinski and had its worldwide release on July 7, 2006.
Return of Captain Jack Sparrow starring Johnny
Depp shows how he is caught up with another tangled web of supernatural
intrigue. Although the curse of the Black Pearl has been lifted,
an even more terrifying threat looms over its captain and scurvy
crew: it turns out that Jack owes a blood debt to the legendary
Davy Jones, Ruler of the Ocean Depths, who captains the ghostly
Flying Dutchman, which no other ship can match in speed and stealth.
'Mother Theresa' Fabrizio Costa's film based on
the winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Missionaries
of Charity depicts Mother Theresa's vision when she arrived in Calcutta
and the trouble she ran into with the church.
Co-produced by Pete Maggi, Mike Cowan and Luca
Bernabei the film had some roles played by some of our own actors