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Oscar 2010’s Box Office Champs

It is time to once again take stock of the big money makers so far this year. Why does it matter? Because it does. Looking back through Oscar history and it's clear that if there is one commonality, it's that popular films that are also…

The Social Network status holds steady at #1

If these numbers stick the estimates from late last night show The Social Network has edged ahead of Life As We Know It to win the weekend box-office race by a nose. Secretariat pulls a 3rd place. Updated figures from Deadline (subject to…

Box Office Update

Deadline reports that hold on a minute, it might not be Secretariat after all: It's very early, obviously. But Disney sources already are admitting that Secretariat is underperforming today and this weekend. For No. 1, my box office gurus…

Weekend Box Office Predictions

Boxoffice.com has predictions coming in like this: 1. Secretariat, with $15 million 2. Life as We Know it with $14.5 million 3. Social Network with an even $14 4. Legends of the Guardians with $7 5. The Town with $6.5 I am not…

Inception Blu-ray detailed

No solid release date yet, but hard to imagine Warner Bros won't want to have the Inception DVD and blu-ray available in time for Christmas -- and in time for Academy members who want to upgrade from their bare-bones screeners. (The…

Forbes: Hollywood’s Best Bang For The Buck

Forbes does the math and finds that Shia LaBoeuf delivers the best return on a studio's investment, bringing in $81 for every dollar he's paid in salary. This is the second year in a row he's topped the chart. Anne Hathaway and Cate…

Inversely proportional box-office

Not a new trend by any means, but no less depressing for its dimwit predictability: The more a movie sucks, the more people will flock to see it. 45 -- The Expendables -- $35 million 51 -- Eat Pray Love -- $24 million 68 -- Scott…

Inception opens with $60.4 million weekend

Bringing out the big guns. Ur doin' it right. According to Deadline's early sources. Those numbers should be strong enough to make it the 5th highest opening of 2010. The 3rd highest non-3D opening (right behind Twilight Eclipse at…

2010 mid-year movie rankings

Ziyad Abul Hawa has built us a beautiful chart to display key stats at-a-glance for the year's most acclaimed movies at the half-way point. Longer list encompassing the top 35 films after the cut.