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British stage actor Ben Barnes makes his film debut with Prince Caspian. (SUPPLIED)

PRINCE CASPIAN The lion is back, the witch puts in an appearance, but the musty old wardrobe is put out of commission in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. Several shades darker in tone than the previous edition, the four Pevensie siblings are a year older and quite a bit wiser when they are summoned to Narnia.

However, 1,300 years have passed in this magical land, and the savage King Miraz (Sergio Castellitto) has overthrown Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) to make way for his own son.

 

SARKAR RAJ The sequel to Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar sees Shankar Nagre (Abhishek Bachchan) heading the family business, while Sarkar (Amitabh Bachchan) is venturing into politics. Things heat up when corporate head honcho Anita Raj (Aishwarya Bachchan) arrives with a proposal to set up a plant in the state of Maharashtra. Shankar immediately sees the benefit of such an investment. Sarkar initially opposes the deal but Shankar convinces his father, without realising the political repercussions.

 

KEDA REDA Egyptian comedian Ahmed Helmy stars as triplets Riad, a depressed young man; Radwan, a football fan; and Rady, a man addicted to martial arts and action movies.

Raised by a father who never had enough money, the three boys got by using any means they could – and even attended school as a single student, named Reda.

Now grown men, their habits haven't changed until one day when all three compete to win the heart of a beautiful girl, played by Mena Shalaby.

 

BABY MAMA This comedy sees Tina Fey playing Kate, an unmarried corporate woman who wants a baby. However, after being informed that her odds of getting pregnant run about one in a million, she opts to visit a surrogacy centre.

But the woman chosen to carry her child — Amy Poehler's gum-cracking Angie Ostrowiski — couldn't be more different from the buttoned-down Kate. Things come to head when the two unlikely odd couple are forced to share close living quarters.

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