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Saturday Am Update: The Fate of the Furious is right on pace with expectations, bringing in an estimated $11.2 million on Friday, en route to a $35-38 million second weekend. Meanwhile, the film will remain the #1 film in the world this weekend as its international total as of last night is $636.3 million and the international weekend estimate is currently $171 million from 65 territories as it looks to top $910 million by Sunday and will cross $1 billion worldwide next week. Of the new releases, it looks like Disneynature's Born in China will lead the way after it brought in $1.59 million on Friday, on its way to an opening weekend three-day around $4.6 million or so. Opening day audiences gave the film an "A-" CinemaScore, which is pretty much typical for these features. Warner's Unforgettable is proving to be anything but as it brought in a meager $1.67 million on Friday and is looking at a $4.4 million opening weekend. »
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Exclusive: Renaissance action film is being represented by Fortitude at this week’s Efm.
Production is scheduled to commence in July in Italy on the project that Fortitude International has introduced to international buyers at the European Film Market (Efm).
Dinklage will play a fearless man who proves his mettle and earns the trust of a prince after he conquers an all-time wrestling champion in a contest.
Once he has jockeyed for position next to the seat of power, the dwarf pledges his undying loyalty and resorts to assassinations and subterfuge in his merciless quest to protect his new master.
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Simon Brew Jan 30, 2017
The movie work of Halle Berry has seen her break bones, and nearly choke to death on a fig during a sex scene…
Whatever you think of her movies, there’s little doubting that Academy Award winner Halle Berry has suffered for her art. Notably one of the few performers to win both an Academy Award and a Razzie for their acting, Berry – to her credit – also turned up to pick both up. That was back in an era where the Razzies didn’t feel as cheap and school bully-alike as they do now.
What I like about Halle Berry is I don’t think I’ve ever come away from one of her films feeling like she hasn’t put a shift in. Even the ones I’m not so keen on, there’s never a sense that she’s left me short-changed. You can’t deny, »
3 items from 2017
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