Yes ladies and gentlemen, we have a Chinese film at the top of the international box office. Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons had a phenomenal record opening over the Chinese New Year
After a long and prosperous career of releasing movies set in the modern era Quinton Tarantino changed gears setting his most recent two films in the past. In 2009 he released Inglorious Basterds,
The R-rated spaghetti western from writer-director Quentin Tarantino is a genuine beast at the box office. After just 3 weeks in theaters (all on top) the international take of Django Unchained
Django Freeman's revenge tale was once again on top of the international box office. Thanks to a monster opening in China, Skyfall moved up to 2nd while Hansel & Gretel came in 3rd.
Who said westerns are dead, cause it sure doesn't seem so when looking at the $49.3 million generated by Django Unchained this past weekend around the world. Meanwhile Life of Pi hit $500 million
Prolific actor Leonardo DiCaprio announced that he would be taking an extended hiatus from showbiz in order to focus on his environmental campaign. Leo also suggested a reason for the break was that
Critical darling Zero Dark Thirty moved to the big leagues this past weekend after expanding to 2937 theaters, quite a bump from last week's 60. That seems to have been enough to push the R-rated
2013 started good with the year's first wide release, R-rated horror Texas Chainsaw 3D, rising above strong holdovers like Django Unchained, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Les Miserable, movies
Facing a slew of no less than 5 new wide releases, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey easily emerged victorious once again at the North American box office. Only Jack Reacher and This is 40 performed
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