THIS coming Saturday the monthly film-series â€˜African Perspectivesâ€™ presented by AfricAvenir Windhoek in cooperation with Studio 77, Bank Windhoek Arts Festival, Whatâ€™s OnWindhoek and the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, brings Namibian audiences the movie â€šGuimba â€“ A Tyrant and His Eraâ€˜ by Cheick Oumar Sissoko (1995, Mali, with English subtitles, 93 min.). Read more about African Tyrant Film
After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem. Read more about Paranormal Activity 2
New York (dpa) - The first Jackass movie in 3D raked in 50 million dollars to top North American cinema earnings for the weekend, industry figures showed.
The newest film from Johnny Knoxville is the first of the franchise in 3D, and beat the openings of the previous films Jackass: The Movie and Jackass Number Two. The franchise began as a television show filled with gags aimed at young men.
Los Angeles (dpa) - British actor Rhys Ifans is to play the main villain in the forthcoming Spider-Man movie, Sony Pictures announced Monday.
Director Marc Webb chose Ifans for the villainous role despite the actor being known for his goofy acting persona, best exemplified in his role opposite Hugh Grant in the film Notting Hill.
Ifans joins Andrew Garfield, who will star in the title role, and Emma Stone, who portrays the main female character in the film, which is a prequel to the previous movies and shows Spider-Man and his alter ego Peter Parker in his formative years. Read more about Webb snares Ifans for Spider-Man villain
New York (dpa) - The film version of Facebook continued to win friends at the North American box office in its second weekend atop the cinema charts.
The Social Network earned 15.5 million dollars on the weekend with its story of the founding of the 500-million-member website, industry figures showed Sunday. It beat out romantic comedy Life as We Know It starring Katherine Heigl, which brought in 14.6 million dollars in its opening weekend. Read more about Facebook film wins friends at box office