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4 items from 2009

Let's bring back the concert film! And who would you like to see in one?

29 October 2009 5:33 PM, PDT | - The Movie Critics | See recent - The Movie Critics news »

I read something in EW this week that genuinely shocked me. Next to my review of Michael Jackson’s This Is It, there's a box of the five top-grossing concert films -- and according to that list, the second most successful concert film of all time is Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009). The reason for my shock is not that I dislike the Jonas brothers (I thought their movie was charming in a prefab, featherweight way), but because, at the time, Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience was rightfully considered a mild commercial disappointment. It marked the beginning of »

- Owen Gleiberman

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'Michael Jackson's This Is It' Banks $2.2 Million On Premiere Night

29 October 2009 6:57 AM, PDT | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

Concert documentary opens big in late-night showings on Tuesday.

By Gil Kaufman

Photo: Dibyangshu Sarkar/ Getty Images

Predictions were that "Michael Jackson's This Is It" could be the highest-grossing music film of all time, and the documentary chronicling the final concert rehearsals of the King of Pop got off to a good start. A series of late-night screenings pulled in $2.2 million in the U.S. on Tuesday, setting the film up for a possible #1 ranking at the box office this Halloween weekend, according to The Associated Press.

The fright-filled weekend could set up a showdown between the zombie-loving late pop star and the surprise success of low-budget horror flick "Paranormal Activity," which pulled in just $1.7 million on Tuesday after topping the box office last weekend. While "Activity" will expand to its widest release yet over the weekend when it unfolds on 2,400 screens, "This Is It" will be playing on more than 3,500 screens. »

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'Michael Jackson's This Is It' Could Break More Box-Office Records

29 October 2009 2:35 AM, PDT | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

Los Angeles — In life, Michael Jackson set records, sold out shows and entertained millions. Now he may be gone, but judging by the latest numbers from the smash documentary "Michael Jackson's This Is It," the iconic entertainer is continuing to astound.

Following on the heels of Tuesday night's $2.2 million haul at a series of midnight showings, "This Is It" took in another $7.4 million in its first full day of release — and another $12.7 million overseas. Overall, it gives the film a worldwide total of $20.1 million — impressive numbers for a midweek release, not to mention a documentary.

According to distributor Sony, Wednesday's total is the best daily gross for a film on a Wednesday in October. Placing nearly $1.5 million ahead of last weekend's box-office champ "Paranormal Activity, »

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Biggest Doc Ever?

28 September 2009 4:20 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Jose here with some box office news. Reuters is reporting that Michael Jackson's This Is It has broken advance ticket records all over the world.

The documentary/concert film spans the rehearsals of Jackson's eponymous "comeback" that would've taken place in London before the entertainer's sudden death.

In cities like Los Angeles and New York, fans waited outside in line for days before the tickets went on sale yesterday morning. In Tokyo, the film sold $1 million in advance tickets. With the undying passion of Jackson fans could this eventually become the highest grossing documentary of all time? This genre hasn't been particularly lucky in the money making department.

The highest grossing documentaries stand as follows:

1. Fahrenheit 9/11 (Michael Moore) $119,194,771

2. March of the Penguins $77,437,223

3. Earth $32,011,576

4. Sicko (Michael Moore) $24,540,079

5. An Inconvenient Truth $24,146,161

6. Bowling for Columbine (Michael Moore) $21,576,018

7. Madonna: Truth or Dare $15,012,935

8. Religulous $13,011,160

9. Winged Migration $11,689,053

10. Super Size Me $11,536,423

(numbers courtesy of Box Office »

- Jose

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