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'Troy' wins weekend horse race

16 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Warner Bros. Pictures' Troy scored an epic win at the weekend boxoffice as the Brad Pitt starrer collected an estimated $45.6 million to debut in first place, according to studio figures compiled Sunday. Last weekend's champion, Universal's monster movie Van Helsing dropped one spot to No. 2 with an estimated $20.1 million. Paramount's high school comedy Mean Girls fell from second to third place with an estimated $10.1 million. The romantic comedy Breakin' All the Rules from Sony's Screen Gems unit debuted in fourth place with an estimated $5.3 million, in a tie with 20th Century Fox's Denzel Washington thriller Man on Fire. Sony's 13 Going on 30 took sixth place with an estimated $4.2 million. Warner Bros.' New York Minute landed at No. 7, down from fourth place a week ago, wtih an estimated $3.8 million. New Line's Laws of Attraction fell in love with eighth place with an estimated $2.1 million. Miramax's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 added an estimated $1.5 million to its totals at No. 9. Lions Gate's Godsend rounded out the weekend top 10 with an estimated $1 million. Final figures will be released Monday. »

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Cibrian dives into 'Evil' pic with Chestnut

12 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Morris Chestnut and Eddie Cibrian are getting evil for Sony's Screen Gems. The duo have joined Cole Hauser in the Lakeshore Entertainment production Prime Evil for Bruce Hunt, who is making his feature directorial debut on the project. Slated to start shooting in April in Eastern Europe, Prime Evil centers on a group of hotshot cave divers who get trapped in an underground cave system. They are then forced to battle demonic creatures when they attempt to escape. Chestnut and Cibrian play members of the diving troupe. Michael Steinberg and Tegan West wrote the screenplay, which is being produced by Andrew Mason and Lakeshore Entertainment's Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi. Screen Gems is pegging a 2005 release. Chestnut is repped by CAA. He has a long history with Screen Gems after starring in the specialty arm's releases The Brothers, Two Can Play That Game, Half Past Dead and the upcoming films Breakin' All the Rules and Anacondas: The Hunt for the Black Orchid. Cibrian is repped by CAA. The Third Watch series regular has been seen on the big screen in But I'm a Cheerleader and Say It Isn't So. Steinberg, West and Hunt are all repped by ICM. Steinberg is additionally repped by 9 yards Entertainment. »

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