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This Diwali, join in on the non-stop Hollywood Dhamaka – exclusively on Sony PIX

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MUMBAI: Sony PIX – home to the biggest Hollywood premieres and blockbusters - is geared to take the audience on an amazement ride this October. With prime festivals like Dussehra, Diwali and Halloween around the corner, Sony PIX has got the holiday season covered for you with 3 mega premieres, a month-long ‘PIX Diwali Dynamite’ festival and a 10-day long ‘House of Horror’ Halloween special.

With 3 action-packed premieres exclusively on Sony PIX, viewers are in for a treat! Starting with ‘Skyscraper’ starring Dwayne Johnson on 6th October, ‘Wonder Woman’ starring Gal Gadot on 13th October and the biggest premiere of the year ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ starring Chris Pratt on 20th October, all three guarantee a Sunday full of action and amazement! What’s more, Skyscraper and Jurassic will premiere in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, giving viewers an opportunity to watch in the language of their choice!

Additionally, starting 1st October, ‘PIX Diwali Dynamite’ promises blockbuster movies every Monday to Thursday at 7 PM. This is to be followed by a 3-day weekend dhamaka where viewers will get to enjoy dynamite movies - from Fast & Furious and The Mummy to The Incredible Hulk and Pacific Rim: Uprising - all day, 26th October onwards, again with the option of watching in the language of their preference.

Lastly, Sony PIX becomes the ‘House of Horror’ starting 22nd October, where viewers can watch horror movies like Annabelle, House of Wax, Orphan, The Conjuring and others every night at 11 PM as part of the 10-day Halloween special. The Horror festival will culminate on 31st October with the Indian television premiere of the movie ‘Halloween’ which is a direct sequel to a movie of the same name released in 1978.

Sony PIX is set to expand this offering at the biggest pop-culture event of India – Comic Con – kickstarting in Hyderabad on 12th and 13th October. The viewers can experience their favorite movies and characters and win amazing merchandise at the event. So, get set for back-to-back Hollywood amazement, all month long, only with Sony PIX!

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