Weekend Box Office – Word of Mouth Drives Argo to #1, Cloud Atlas Hanging In
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Weekend Box Office – Word of Mouth Drives Argo to #1, Cloud Atlas Hanging In

Argo isn’t just a Best Picture frontrunner amid the Oscar pundit circles; it is that…

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The Hunger Games pulls in $155M; $214M worldwide.
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The Hunger Games pulls in $155M; $214M worldwide.

The Hunger Games opening weekend tally adds up to $155M domestic + $58.7M international for…

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A Quick Look at Box Office
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A Quick Look at Box Office

As we head into the Producers Guild tomorrow, it’s a good time to look at…

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Top-ranked films of 2011: box-office & critics chart
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Top-ranked films of 2011: box-office & critics chart

Ziyad Abul Hawa has done another spectacular job crunching the numbers to rank the year’s…

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The Help reigns #1 at box-office for 3rd week
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The Help reigns #1 at box-office for 3rd week

DreamWorks/Disney holds tight to the #1 spot at the box-office as The Help cleans up…

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Deathly Hallows 2 sets midnight record of $43.5M
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Deathly Hallows 2 sets midnight record of $43.5M

Shame the Harry Potter series is ending just when it’s beginning to catch on. Deadline…

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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides passes $1B
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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides passes $1B

Yesterday someone somewhere bought a ticket for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and…

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Tree of Life: Uniquely Visionary – No Refunds!
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Tree of Life: Uniquely Visionary – No Refunds!

“Comprehension is not a prerequisite of cooperation.” ~ The Matrix From the Avon Theatre in…

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$37 mil weekend for Super 8
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$37 mil weekend for Super 8

Super 8 ticked up above most estimates to earn $37 million its opening weekend. Deadline…

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Weak 'Film Pulse' sad symptom of blockbuster mentality
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Weak 'Film Pulse' sad symptom of blockbuster mentality

Very Small Array charts a steady 50-year decline in the quality of films moviegoers want…

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