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Rentrak Cross-Platform Entertainment Rankings – April 8, 2015

Audiences around the globe got furious in movie theaters as Universal’s “Furious 7” put the box office into high gear and smoked a massive international weekend of $240.4 million.  430 more words

Box Office

The Most Stupid Thing I've Witnessed In Quite A While

As the title goes, this must have been the most idiotic thing I’ve ever witnessed in a while.

Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) is planning to apply on upcoming Ultra-HD Blu-ray discs and players. 467 more words

Technology

Inside the Black Hole: This Is How Jonathan Nolan Originally Wanted 'Interstellar' to End

Nolan’s early take on the ending, however, essentially cuts Cooper off inside the black hole…

Entertainment Weekly‘s Jonathon Dornbush writes: If Interstellar’s ending didn’t quite sit right with you, co-writer… 492 more words

Mediasphere

Rentrak Cross-Platform Entertainment Rankings - March 18, 2015

It was a fairy tale weekend for Disney as the live-action “Cinderella” charmed the global marketplace to the tune of $132.5 million, topping both the North American and the international box office charts.  311 more words

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Pass National Ban On Big Cat Acts in Circuses

Have you ever heard “Spain is different”? Well, it is for a very good reason. Sometimes, when the rest of the world consider  something obvious, to my country it is not. 186 more words

Animals

Sesame Street: Grover Helps Piggies Up Creek (Super Grover 2.0)

Somewhere on a raft in a Mississippi Bayou, two little piggies were stranded up a creek. Here’s the thing: they had gone to market and were all excited to go wee wee wee all the way home, when all of the sudden the wind at their sails stopped.

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Video

Rentrak Cross-Platform Entertainment Rankings - March 11, 2015

Warner Bros. had a great weekend globally and internationally with Will Smith in “Focus” taking the top spot in the worldwide derby with $27.72 million (while taking second place this weekend in North America with $10 million). 433 more words

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