Soon after it was reported today thatGame of Thrones actor Finn Jones will play the lead character in Netflix's upcoming series,Iron Fist, some fans of the Marvel character took to Twitter in anger. American Sniper continues to draw record-breaking audiences as it barrels into its second weekend in wide release, but a group representing Arab-Americans says the rate of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim threats resulting from the Oscar-nominated war film has already tripled. Citing what an executive for the group told the Guardian was a “drastic increase” in hate speech on social media, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee wrote letters this week to actor Bradley Cooper and director Clint Eastwood to ask them to speak out “in an effort to help reduce the hateful rhetoric”. The film, which was nominated for six Academy Awards including best picture, depicts the story of Chris Kyle, the famed US navy Seal notorious for the highest known single kill count in US military history. Abed Ayoub, the national legal and policy director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), told the Guardian that complaints from his organisation have skyrocketed the movie’s wide release – and $90m box-office take, an all-time high for the month of January . The ADC sent letters on Thursday to Cooper and Clint Eastwood, the director, imploring them to condemn the threats being made against Arab and Muslim Americans. Actor Seth Rogen tweeted that the film reminded him of the Nazi sniper propaganda film showing in the third act of Inglourious Basterds.
Dilwale, the most awaited movie of the year with the lead pair of King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan, and his all-time great lover on the screen, Kajol, is all set to release on December 18. SRK’s production house, Red Chillies, today launched the making video of the movie that almost reveals its climax.
Dilwale has been in the news as time and again actors posted sneak peeks from the set and the latest among those was a video which marked the 20 years of celebration of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which made Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol iconic figures of Bollywood.

The making video of Dilwale, posted on Monday on YouTube, has actors Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon shooting the final scene of the movie inside an artificially created set in Ramoi Film City, Hyderabad. Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol’s evergreen love story Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge to complete 1,000 weeks on Dec. Lionsgate did the old release date shuffle today and announced a slew of changes for their upcoming slate including American Ultra, Criminal, Damien Chazelle‘s latest, La La Land, and Power Rangers among others. CRIMINAL will be released on January 22, 2016, from Summit Entertainment.  The previously scheduled date was August 21, 2015. DIRTY GRANDPA will be released on February 26, 2016, from Lionsgate.  The previously scheduled date was August 12, 2016.
GODS OF EGYPT will be released on April 8, 2016, from Summit Entertainment.  The previously scheduled date was February 12, 2016. POWER RANGERS will be released on January 13, 2017, from Lionsgate.  The previously scheduled date was July 22, 2016. But its all-American depiction on screen has drawn heavy criticism from combat veterans and viewers alike – and especially about viewers themselves, many of whom have emerged from theatres desperate to communicate a kind of murderous desire.
Don’t use our film to push hate and bigotry, and use it as a platform for these racist views,’” Ayoub said.
In Los Angeles, the word “Murder!” was spray-painted onto a billboard advertising the film.

There, he learns kung-fu, and after fighting off a dragon, he acquires the power of a mystical force known as the Iron Fist.
It was a character created during the martial arts mania of the 1970s, and one that perpetuates Orientalism. For months, many fans have called on Marvel and Netflix to modernize the comic's dated storyline and tocast an Asian-American actor as Iron Fist , prompting the hashtag #AAIronFist. A community of Asian-American activists called 18 Million Rising even launcheda petition for the cause . While some are pleased that the rumored casting is true to the original comics, many have expressed their disappointment. But mostly, people were upset an opportunity for an Asian-American actor to play a superhero went to a white actor. One Twitter user even pointed out that this has been a gripe of Asian-American Marvel fans since the '70s, when Iron Fist emerged in the comics.

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