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Get set for a high-octane blockbuster November!

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MOVIES NOW line-up November BOOM BOOM BLAST:- 3rd November; Sunday at 9am onwards XMEN SERIES:- Starts 9th November; Every Saturday at 11PM OCEANS SERIES: Starts 14th November Every Thursday at 11 PM SHAOLIN MASTERS:- 18th November; Monday- Thursday at 9pm MOVIES NOW EXCLUSIVE:- DEAD MAN DOWN- 23rd November; Saturday at 9pm National, October 2013: Say hello to some mind blowing blockbusters this November that will set your mind into overdrive! MOVIES NOW will not only sky rocket the holiday delight this month, but will make it impossible for fans to curb their enthusiasm!

You have seen them defend themselves, you have witnessed their flawless strikes, now see them rise to the occasion like never before! The Shaolin Masters are back and they are quicker, swifter, pacier and slicker! Watch the nimble footwork of Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Bruce Lee, Angela Mao and many more in a breath taking movie line-up: IP Man 2, The Kick, Return of the 36th Chamber, Treasure Hunter, Drunken Master 2, Enter The Dragon, The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, Legend of the Red Dragon, Lady Kung Fu, Rumble in the Bronx, Shaolin Temple against Lama, The Boxers Adventures, Incredible Kung Fu Mission, Disciples of the 36th Chamber, Woman Knight on Mirror Lake and Hero. Enjoy the 16 exciting Kung-Fu flicks every Monday- Thursday at 9pm starting 18th November only on MOVIES NOW.

The channel has a special treat lined up for its viewers this Diwali. MOVIES NOW brings to you the exclusive Indian television premiere of Dead Man Down starring Collin Farrell on 23rd November at 9 pm. Niels Arden Oplev, the acclaimed director of the original The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, makes his American theatrical debut with this action thriller. Critically acclaimed Hollywood heartthrob Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace star as two strangers who are irresistibly drawn to one another by their mutual desire for revenge.

Moving on from the strategists, the channel takes us to the classics we all love. Who can forget the Mutants we look up to? MOVIES NOW showcases the X-MEN Series Marathon starting 9th November. This intense high octane franchise grossed over $2 billion worldwide. Watch the entire lineup including X-Men, X2, X-Men Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and X-Men First Class featuring Wolverine, Professor X, Storm, Cyclops, Mystique, Phoenix, Iceman and many more in action every Saturday at 11pm

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