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After the massive success of Breaking Bad, which ended its run in 2013, Bryan Cranston returns to the small screen with a new animated TV series from Crackle entitled SuperMansion. Following the first photo released back in April, the streaming service has released a new trailer, before the show debuts Thursday, October 8. Fans will get to see the first three episodes on the premiere date, with new episodes debuting every Thursday thereafter until December 17.
From the studio that brought you Robot Chicken, comes a new animated Crackle Original Series, SuperMansion. Producer and star Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) voices Titanium Rex, leader of The League of Freedom, a motley band of super heroes that has seen better days. SuperMansion also stars the voices of Seth Green, Keegan Michael Key, Jillian Bell, Chris Pine, Tucker Gilmore, Tom Root, Heidi Lynn Gardner and Zeb Wells.
Cranston also serves as executive producer, alongside Seth Green, »
DreamWorks' animated film "Home" easily took first place at the domestic box office by grossing $54 million, marking the best opening for a DreamWorks Animation film since "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" ($60 million) in 2012. "Home" added another $48 million from overseas for a worldwide debut of $102 million. The new movie cost $135 million to make, which means that it's now considered a hit. Unfortunately, "Home" has an unimpressive 47% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes. The other new wide release of the weekend was the comedy "Get Hard," starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. It took second place with $34.6 million. A great result for a movie that cost $40 million. "Get Hard" has a 31% fresh rating. Meanwhile, "It Follows" horror film expanded to 1,218 location to take fifth place at the box office with $4 million. The new movie has now earned a total of $4.8 million and will likely get an even wider release next weekend. "It Follows" has an amazing 95% fresh rating. »
DreamWorks Animation only has one release in 2015, "Home." Considering how much investors constantly scrutinize the studio that put a lot of pressure on the publicly traded company and its marketing and distribution partner, 20th Century Fox, to turn it into a hit. After Friday's opening, CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg can take a huge sigh of relief. "Home" took the top spot on its opening day with $15.6 million. Since pre-release polling indicated strong family interest (it's a CG animated movie) it should perform even better on Saturday and possibly even Sunday. That means it could end up with $55-58 million over the three-day and become DreamWorks Animation's biggest opening since "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" earned $60 million in June 2012. No matter where it falls, "Home's" opening takes some pressure off 20th Century Fox who consistently underperformed with Dwa Films domestically since "The Croods" was a surprise hit two years ago. It's »
- Gregory Ellwood
3 items from 2015
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