One Direction: Where We Are – Fans of this successful boy band can check out its Where We Are world tour exclusively in 16 selected GSC cinemas. The thing is, the screenings happen on only one weekend – Oct 11 and 12. Actually, this special screening is taking place in over 70 countries.
The film version of the concert was recorded when Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis performed at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan from the sell-out Italian leg of the tour.
Tickets are already on sale now via cinema ticketing counters, GSC e-Payment (www.gsc.com.my) and the GSC mobile app (for iOS, Android and Windows phones). Catch Where We Are at these GSC cinemas: Signature, Mid Valley, Pavillion, 1 Utama, Paradigm Mall, IOI Mall, Setia City Mall, Alamanda, Tropicana City Mall (Klang Valley); Gurney Plaza (Penang); AEON Bandaraya Melaka (Malacca); Palm Mall (Seremban); East Coast Mall (Kuantan); CityOne Megamall (Kuching); Bintang Megamall (Miri); and Suria Sabah (Kota Kinabalu).
For more information on the locations and screening times, go to the GSC website. For more on the film itself, check out www.1Dconcertfilm.com. You can follow the film using the official hashtag #1DWWAFilm.
Dollah Superstar – Awie leads the cast in this action comedy about a gangster who dreams of becoming an actor. He kind of gets a chance to pursue his dream when an actor approaches him to be his mentor. Neelofa and Sharnaaz Ahmad co-star.
Dracula Untold – Discover the origin of Dracula in this action fantasy film which combines vampire mythology with the true history of Prince Vlad. It depicts Dracula as a flawed hero in a tragic love story set in the dark ages of magic and warfare. Starring Luke Evans and Sarah Gadon.
Annabelle – Like Dracula, this is kind of an origin story. Only, Annabelle is a demonic doll. But unlike Dracula, this doll is for real; right now it’s locked up in a museum of the occult in Connecticut – visited only by a priest who blesses it twice a month. Try taking a selfie with Annabelle – or better yet, let her take one with you.
Soekarno – An Indonesian film on the country’s first president. It starts from his youth to the time when he fought alongside other historical figures for the country’s freedom to when it finally achieved independence. Starring Ario Bayu, Lukman Sardi and Mathias Muchus.
Ouija – Some youngsters with a lot of time on their hands play a game with a ouija board. Of course, they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit. Starring Olivia Cooke and Daren Kagasoff.
The Book Of Life – A movie starring three very beautiful people – Channing Tatum, Diego Luna and Zoe Saldana. OK, they don’t look like themselves as this is an animated tale set in three fantastic worlds. From producer Guillermo del Toro and director Jorge Gutierrez.
Love, Rosie – Best friends Rosie and Alex toy with the idea that their friendship might be the perfect setting for real love. Well, they come to this conclusion after having vehemently rejected the idea all their lives up to this point. Starring Sam Claflin and Lily Collins.
Kill The Messenger – A journalist exposes the CIA’s role in arming rebels in Nicaragua. Now he becomes a target. Starring Jeremy Renner, Michael Sheen and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Deepsea Challenge – A documentary which chronicles director James Cameron’s diving expeditions in his Deepsea Challenger submersible.
Nightcrawler – A critics’ favourite in the recent Toronto Film Festival, it has Jake Gyllenhaal as a freelance crime journalist with a shady sense of morality.
Dendam Orang Mati – The latest from KRU Studios, starring Lisa Surihani and directed by Jason Chong. She plays a character suffering from memory loss who is not sure if the supernatural sights she sees are real.