Entertainment Weekly

Posted On07 Feb 2013

Sizzling on the silver screen this week, we bring to you the latest Hollywood releases and also make a trip down memory lane with an all-time classic box office hit.

Steven Spielberg’s rendition of the 16th president of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln’s chronicle named ‘Lincoln’ portrays the struggles encountered by him during the civil war and how he fights with many within his cabinet to finally put an end to the war, unite the country and emancipate the slaves.

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It’s time to rewind to the days of fairytales where good triumphs over evil! Director-Writer Tommy Wirkola brings to life a favorite fairytale ‘Hansel & Gretel’ but with a twist - they’re all grown up! Aptly titled Witch Hunters, Hansel and Gretel become vigilantes on the move only to stop dead in their tracks when they realize that they have now become the hunted! Facing far greater evils than witches, they come face to face with their past!

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If you’re looking to spend a quiet afternoon in on the weekend, give this movie a watch! Tugging at your heartstrings, romcom‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ features yesteryears actress Audrey Hepburn portraying an enthusiastic, sophisticated fashionista living the high-society life in New York. The movie takes a romantic turn when a young man moves into her building and catches her attention! Watch out for some classic fashion trends in the movie!

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Next on the list, we check out the Top 5 tracks that are rocking Splash’s World Singles Chart’:


‘Scream n Shout’ – Will.i.am ft. Britney Spears


'Locked Out of Heaven’ – Bruno Mars

‘ I Knew you were Trouble’ – Taylor Swift


Diamonds’ – Rihanna


‘Don’t You Worry Child’ – Swedish House Maifa ft. John Martin