2012 In Film
The following tables list films released in 2012. Most notably, Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures celebrated their 100th anniversaries. The James Bond series celebrated its 50th anniversary and released its 23rd film, Skyfall. Six box-office blockbusters from previous years (Beauty and the Beast, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Titanic, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Finding Nemo, and Monsters, Inc.) were re-released in 3D and/or IMAX. 2012 also marked the debut for High Frame Rate technology. The first film using 48 fps image capture and projection, a higher frame rate than the film industry standard 24 fps, was The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
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... Month Date Name Age Nationality Profession Notable films January 1 Bob Anderson 89 English Stuntman, Choreographer Star Wars • The Lord of the Rings • Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse ... They Call Me MISTER Tibbs! • Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here 28 Neil Travis 73 American Film Editor Dances with Wolves • Patriot Games • Outbreak • Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines • Cocktail • Stepmom ... of My Success • The Great Waltz 12 Ruth Foster 92 American Film Editor, Actress Cyborg 2087 • The Object of Beauty • Frankie Starlight 13 Donald "Duck" Dunn 70 American Actor, Composer The Blues Brothers ...
... Title Director Cast Genre Release Date Notes 2012 Hey Sakha Ashish Bhattacharya Gargi Mohanty, Shantanu, Sameer January 1, 2012 Modern Music Something Something Sudhkar basanta ... Boy Jyoti Das Arindam, Priya, Ipsita May 10, 2012 Producer -Reena Samal, Hrudananda Samal Tu Mo Aarambh Tu Mo Shesha Nishikant Dalbehera Subasish, Pinky, Meena Ketan May 18, 2012 Excel Movies Raja Jhia Sange ... Pattnaik Sabyasachi, Budhaditya, Manas, Prakruti, Koel, Moushumi Action, Drama Sep 14, 2012 Producer - Susant Ku ...
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