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It’s that time of year where we see which films were the biggest box office flops of 2012. 2012 has come to a close, so now we can see what films were sure to have gotten at lease a few executives yelled at. A few notes on the table, the vast majority of those listed… read more

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It’s four weekends at the top for The Hunger Games. Despite the numbers falling as movies do, The Hunger Games is staying in the top spot again.  The film brought in another $21.5 million this weekend bringing its domestic total to $337 million. Second place went to the new version of The Three Stooges which… read more

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Despite facing some stiff competitors this weekend, The Hunger Games remained in the top spot. With another $33.5 million, The Hunger Games won its third consecutive weekend at the box office and it saw it surpass $300 million in domestic box office.  With its international take, the film now has a worldwide gross of $459.9… read more

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Raise your hand if you’re shocked that The Hunger Games won its second weekend at the box office. Yeah, that’s what I thought. Despite slipping 59.9% from its opening weekend, The Hunger Games still took in a large haul at the box office with $61.1 million.  This ranks as the seventh best second weekend for… read more

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The only thing shocking about this weekend at the box office was that the early estimates were low. To no one’s surprise, The Hunger Games took the top spot at the box office.  After it’s success on Friday we all know it was coming, it was just a question of what the final number would… read more

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Apparently some big screen remakes of old TV shows can actually work. In a rather larger surprise, 21 Jump Street not only did well at the box office this weekend taking in $35 million, but it also fared well with the critics. Who knew?  With a budget of $42 million, which seems a bit high… read more

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That thud you heard this weekend was John Carter slamming into The Lorax and falling to the ground. Slipping a respectable 44.1%, The Lorax held on to the number one spot for a second weekend with $39.1 million.  That brings its domestic total to $121.95 million off of a $70 million budget. The big news… read more

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Apparently the movie going audience was ready for a new animated feature about the environment. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax opened to a huge $70.7 million, making it the sixth best ever opening for an animated feature, and the second best for a non-sequel behind only The Simpsons.  Seeing as the budget was $70 million, it’s… read more

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Seen all those commercials for John Carter? Still not sure what the heck what it’s about? Well, Disney has released an extended 10-minute scene that will still not answer your questions. Based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Barsoom series 11-novel series, they tell a tale of a Civil War veteran who finds himself transported to… read more

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It’s time for trailers to come spilling out, and there have been two big ones this week, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows & John Carter. First up is the second film in the re-imagined world of Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downey Jr. in the lead role and Guy Ritchie directing. The first film was… read more

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