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While it’s certainly not The Avengers, Iron Man 3 is raking in a healthy pile of cash. With $72.4 million, Iron Man 3 again won the weekend, brining its domestic total to $284.8 million. With its oversea’s sales, the worldwide total now stands at $948.9 million, and it is expected to pass $1 billion before… read more

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It is highly doubtful that this will take anyone by surprise, but Iron Man 3 took the top spot at the box office this weekend. With a $175.3 million at the domestic box office this weekend, Iron Man 3 garnered the second best opening weekend ever, unseating Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2… read more

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Get set, the summer box office run kicks off next weekend, but for now, enjoy some Pain & Gain. Top spot at the box office went to Pain & Gain with a $20 million opening. Definitely smaller than most Michael Bay film openings, but as he parred down to a $26 million dollar budget, not too shabby.… read more

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The box office was 19 percent down from the same time last year, but was still relatively strong. Tom Cruise’s newest vehicle, Oblivion took the top spot this weekend with $38.1 million. While not a huge opening, it was strong and was his best opening since War of the Worlds in 2005. It has done… read more

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It was a quieter week at the box office than last, but that didn’t stop a story about one of the greatest men in baseball history from taking the top spot. 42, the story of Jackie Robinson, took the top spot this weekend with $27.25 million off of a $40 million budget. The critical buzz… read more

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Welcome to the second quarter of 2013 and time to take a look at the beginning of the summer film season! I decided to attempt something new this year where I would make some comments about every major release for the year before they released. I have compiled the list and broken it down by… read more

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Disney is moving quickly to get Star Wars Episode VII into shape for its 2015 release, and with that, Michael Arndt has been signed to write the script. Arndt isn’t a household name, but he won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Little Miss Sunshine, and has since gone on to be… read more

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