From rejecting stale franchises such as Transformers and Pirates in favour of Dunkirk and Wonder Woman; from championing indies, representing women and minorities in film and TV, here’s a look back at everything amazing about 2017.
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If you are one of those who thought Iron Man and Captain American could have gone for one more round in Captain America: Civil War, then we have a good news for you.
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From movies about race - Get Out, Detroit, Whose Streets? - to psychological horror - Raw, mother! -and heartwarming drama - The Big Sick, Brad’s Status - here are the top 10 films of 2017 that you (probably) haven’t seen.
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Irrfan Khan, who has also acted in many noteworthy Hollywood films such as The Namesake (2006), Life Of Pi (2012) and Jurassic World (2015), among others, is now all set to explore his first global brand endorsement.
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Hollywood couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones are in India. Catherine posted pictures of their visit to the Taj Mahal on her Instagram page.
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It is possible that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be sent inside the SpaceX dragon capsule that’s headed to the ISS on Friday, the Inverse report said.
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Actor Dia Mirza, who is excited about being appointed as the UN Goodwill Environment Ambassador, reveals that she was left in awe of Halle Berry when they recently met in Mumbai.
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Popular science fiction-horror web series Stranger Things and Narcos were the top shows for Indian viewers this year on streaming platform Netflix.
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Golden Globe nominations: Christopher Nolan’s World War II drama Dunkirk and Jordan Peele’s horror film Get Out lead the race.
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In 2015 too, Chris was widely criticised when he discussed his love of hunting.  
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