Disney Studios is adding its own unique take to Hindi films by bringing in its own comedic style. Its recent film release, Shah Rukh Khan, will influence its future films, which will introduce new talents and high definition three dimensional imagery. In this way, local talent is set to become a global craze, as the Hindi movie style moves onto a global scale to influence worldwide trends.
Bollywood franchises are not limited to Disney alone. Fox International has also expressed interest in making adaptations for Indian screens. In addition, it intends to extend its films to create graphic novels, merchandise, sequels and television series within the same themes.
Any Body Can Dance was Fox's most recent release. The dance movie employed local choreographers and actors. Fox is expected to make a sequel that will exploit the talents of Disney studios and Marvel. As the Indian film industry attracts more interest, funds will be drawn into the national economy while simultaneously improving the output of local film makers.
Hollywood studios tend to produce films with high-gloss elements and big budget effects. This is in contrast to the kind of focus local film makers place on their own styles. The Bollywood sector will thus continue to hold sway, given that its unique style cannot be duplicated by foreigners. The Hindi fan base is unlikely to lose interest in its local directing talents.
In the coming year, there are some exciting independent releases that are already generating plenty of interest. Their release dates have been carefully planned to allow directors and editors to put the finishing touches on their latest offerings. One of the most exciting of these is Highway, which will be distributed globally early in the year.
Bollywood is known for its romantic comedies. In the near future, the genre will continue to dominate the industry. Side Effects, a rom-com that will be released on Valentine's day, is expected to generate the most interest in its genre. In terms of nouveau films, it is Queen that will probably take the awards. It has been selected for the Busan International Film Festival and will be released all over the world.
Indian film makers have been focusing on science fiction only during the last sixty years. The sci fi trend started with Kaadu, a Fifties release. In the coming year, four sci fi releases have been announced thus far. They will include films with alients, superheroes and monsters, all of which will be reviewed by Telugu Movie News upon their release.
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