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Movies Now gears for an action extravaganza with the biggest Hollywood blockbusters

MUMBAI: India’s first high definition channel, MOVIES NOW, is all set to spice up the entertainment quotient with the biggest and the best of Hollywood blockbusters this June. From Indian television premieres to power packed action performances, watch it all only on MOVIES NOW.



In a war between kings, even a pawn can change the game. Watch Paranoia, a heart pumping thriller set in the executive suites of the tech industry wherein Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth), an ambitious techie, finds himself caught in the middle of a lifelong dispute between the two tycoons Nic Wyatt (Gary Oldman) and Jock Goddard (Harrison Ford). Watch this young techie struggle to escape this ugly battle between two head honchos shady business practices. This American blockbuster, Paranoia will be aired for the first time on Indian Television on 21st June, Saturday @ 9 PM, only on MOVIES NOW.



Mixed Martial Arts blockbuster Fists of Legend comes straight to Indian Television, exclusively on MOVIES NOW. The epic movie airs on MOVIES NOW on 14th June, Saturday @ 9 PM. Three old friends from high school reunite for the chance to win $200,000, competing in a reality show, called ‘the greatest fight show on earth’. Catch the action unfold as the eager amateurs step into the ring to claim their glory.



“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain”. The battle for Gotham intensifies as Batman takes on his arch rival The Joker in MOVIES NOW’s Super Movie – The Dark Night on 28th June, Saturday @ 9 PM. The movie features the Oscar-winning performance of Heath Ledger as the Joker as well as fan favorite characters Batman (Christian Bale), Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart), Jim Gordan (Gary Oldman), Alfred (Michael Caine) and Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman). Christopher Nolan’s take on the iconic superhero franchise comes to life in stunning pictures in 1080i and awesome 5.1 digital surround sound exclusively on MOVIES NOW.



That’s not all! MOVIES NOW pays tribute to King of Pop this June! Michael Jackson's This Is It documents the legend’s rehearsals and preparation for the concert series of the same name that was canceled due to his tragic death eighteen days prior. MOVIES NOW pays tribute to the legendary, Michael Jackson on his 5th death anniversary - 25th June 2014 at 11 PM with ‘This Is it’.   



As we gear up for FIFA World Cup 2014 this June, it’s time to reminiscence the spectacular action that took place during the 2006 FIFA World Cup – the greatest World Cup of last decade. The Pierce Brosnan-narrated special features the best highlights from the tournament, with a strong focus on the nail-biting final between Italy and France. Don’t miss FIFA Special – 2006 World Cup Finale Film on 12th June 2014 at 9 PM, before the kickoff of the 2014 World Cup.



The greatest stories need more than just one movie. Watch some of Hollywood’s biggest franchises and their sequels back-to-back on Triple Play this June on MOVIES NOW.  Staring 2nd June, Monday to Wednesday at 9 PM, MOVIES NOW airs Alien, Aliens and Alien 3, Final Destination 1,3 & 5, Blade, Blade II and Blade Trinity, Lethal Weapon 1, 2 and 3, Harry Potter part 1, 2 and 3, - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Oceans Eleven, Oceans Twelve and Oceans Thirteen.



Rounding out the action is the biggest fantasy series of all time – The Lord of the Rings. Catch the complete adventure of the ordinary Frodo Baggins going up against the mighty Sauron in the battle for Middle Earth. Travel to Tolkien’s magical world, brought to life by the visionary Peter Jackson, in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, starting 6th June, Fridays at 6 PM only on MOVIES NOW.



Get glued to MOVIES NOW this June as it brings you best of thrill, action and drama in Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters!

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