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Fast & furious franchise stays in high gear

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Neither Vin Diesel nor producer Neal Moritz wanted a sequel to “The Fast and the Furious.” The 2001 film about a group of East Los Angeles street racers and the FBI agent (Paul Walker) who infiltrates their ring just wasn’t “that kind of film,” according to Moritz. 880 more words

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Movie Review: Lucy

Contributor, Blake Ellis
Senior, Scotland High School

Just recently, the movie Lucy was released in the popular movie rental system Redbox; in July of last year, the movie received nearly six and a half stars out of ten from… 251 more words

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'American Sniper,' 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Drive First Quarter Box Office Up 3%

Hits like “Cinderella” and “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” lifted the first quarter box office up 3% over the initial three months of 2014.

Domestic ticket sales for the period ending in March closed at $2.47 billion compared to $2.4 billion a year ago, according to BoxOffice.com and Rentrak. 292 more words

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Jordanian Director Naji Abu Nowar's 'Theeb' Scoring Standout Box Office In Middle East

Jordanian director Naji Abu Nowar’s Bedouin desert-set “Theeb,” the pluriprized Arab adventure pic with Western tropes recently acquired by Film Movement for the U.S., is scoring standout box office success on the Middle East circuit, marking a rare case of an Arab art movie playing well with the home crowd. 380 more words

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Last weeks number one Home has failed to hold on to the top spot for a second week as it had a lot of competition from some of the new releases. 321 more words

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Top 10 Weekend Box Office Rankings

(Sorry this is so late! I totally forgot today is Monday.)

March 27-29, 2015

1. Home (2015) ———- $52,107,731   (Weekend Premiere)

2. Get Hard ———- $33,803,253    43 more words

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Box Office: Why Was Home Such a Hit? & 3 Other Questions From the Weekend

I have no real idea why Home just had one of the biggest opening weekends for a DreamWorks Animation non-sequel behind Kung Fu Panda ($60m in 2008) and  1,644 more words

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