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Because there are absolutely no new ideas left in Hollywood, we’re going to make another go at the British version of The Avengers. Shane Black is working with his writing partner Fred Dekker on a new TV pilot based off of the iconic British spy show, The Avengers. Running from 1961 to 1969 in the… read more

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Wonder how the big New York City battle in The Avengers was done? Now you know. With The Avengers now the third biggest film of all time, every bit of it is being analyzed. While I have my issues with the over use of computer animation in a lot of films these days, there is… read more


Despite getting several facts wrong, this “honest trailer” for The Avengers did have me laughing. As I was skimming the digital copy of the movie last night, one of the things that did pop through my mind was, “You know, Spider-Man should really swing through right now.” Alas, those film rights currently reside over at… read more

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The Avengers is still bringing in the cash despite having released nearly four months ago, and has now passed $1.5 billion in global box office. Although The Avengers secured it spot as the third biggest film of all time some time ago, it’s still bringing in the money and passed $1.5 billion this weekend. There… read more

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From the “no one is surprised by this news” file comes the announcement that Joss Whedon will write and direct The Avengers 2. It was announced by Marvel Studios on Tuesday that Joss Whedon – who co-wrote and directed The Avengers – has signed on with the company through June 2015.  This deal will see… read more

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No one in the world likes admitting they messed up at their job, but Peter Berg is taking it to a new level. Peter Berg, the director of Battleship, spoke with MTV about the possibility of a sequel to his board game movie. Battleship is a film that I would definitely like to do a… read more

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There aren’t many companies in Hollywood that can lay claim to 13 consecutive number one spot debuts for films, but Pixar can now do just that. Brave, the latest from the Disney-owned Pixar, took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $66.7 million. Of all the Pixar films this was the one… read more

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Nothing could stop the Afro Party going on up at the top of the box office. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted won its second weekend with $35.5 million, which represented a very healthy drop of 41.1%. To compare, Cars 2 dropped around 60% in its second weekend. Prometheus, on the other hand, didn’t fare as… read more

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The box office was taken over by talking animals, but it wasn’t quite as a clear cut victory as most expected. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted took over the number one spot at the box office this weekend with $60.3 million.  That puts it slightly behind the second film in the series, which seems to… read more

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It seems the summer box office may be recovering a bit if this weekend is any indication. No one was quite sure how Snow White and the Huntsman would do at the box office, but it ended up bringing in a healthy $56.2 million in its debut weekend.  It actually saw an increase from Friday… read more

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The next time there is a disaster film made, it may be entitled “The Summer of 2012 Box Office Results.” The Avengers finally dropped out of first place at the box office this weekend with the introduction of Men in Black 3.  The first installment in the series in a decade came in with $55… read more

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Yet again The Avengers ruled the box office, and boy did the rest of the top five stink up the place. The Avengers added another $55 million to its box office haul in the U.S. and it is now Disney’s highest earning film in history both here and worldwide.  The domestic total stands at $457… read more

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