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If sequels and remakes are going to be the order of the day for Bollywood in 2012, then Hollywood will have its year of franchises and superheroes.
There are more than 24 films releasing in 3D for which multiplexes across the country are getting equipped.
Sony Pictures will be releasing Men In Black, The Amazing Spiderman, Bond film Skyfall and the fourth installment of the Underworld series - Underworld: Awakening in 3D (January). Milla Jovovich will return in Resident Evil: Retribution in 3D. The year for Hollywood begins with the critically acclaimed and award-nominated The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the first of a trilogy starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara on January 6 and ends with Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained starring Leonardo DiCaprio on December 28.
Fox Studios will be re-releasing Star Wars Episode 1 and Titanic in 3D. The other two attractions are The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Life of Pi, which have been shot in India.
Warner Bros will release sequels and prequels of their previous hits such as Journey 2 - The Mysterious Island, which is a sequel to Journey to the Centre of the Earth, and Ghostrider - Spirit of Vengeance. There are two prequels - Wrath of The Titans prequel to Clash of Titans and The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey prequel to the Lord of The Rings series. Then there is The Dark Knight Rises in the Batman series.
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