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Lights Out - Review

Director: David F. Sandberg

Starring: Teresa Palmer, Alexander DiPersia, Gabriel Bateman, Maria Bello 1,082 more words


Weekend Box Office: 'Star Trek' Beat Everyone But Itself

This weekend marked only the sixth time ever that five films all grossed more than $20 million in domestic box office, and that even a split may explain some lackluster numbers. 524 more words


Lights Out - Good, Bad & Ugly Review

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 77% (Critics) / 74% (Audience)
Directed By: David F. Sandberg
Written By: Eric Heisserer
Starring: Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman, Maria Bello and Billy Burke… 369 more words


Weekend Report: 'Star Trek' Takes Off, 'Lights Out' Shatters Expectations

It was a very busy weekend at the box office, and moviegoers decided to spread the wealth, with five different films all making over $20 million this weekend. 680 more words

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'Star Trek Beyond' $30M Debut; 'Lights Out' $8.3M; 'Ice Age' Franchise Crosses $3B To Best 'Shrek'; China Loves 'Skiptrace' - Int'l Box Office Sunday

PREVIOUSLY 9:15 AM with Write-thru 1:00 PM: In conjunction with its domestic release, Paramount launched Star Trek Beyond in 37 markets, including in the U.K., Germany and Australia — territories where the franchise has traditionally performed extremely well but, surprisingly, lost out to Steven Spielberg’s… 3,799 more words

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Review: 'Lights Out' Causes More Fear With Simplicity

Based from director David F. Sandberg’s short filmLights Out might be able to bring back that fear of the dark for many because of its simplistic theme that makes this horror film feel as though this is what might have been lurking in the dark. 606 more words


Box Office: 'Star Trek Beyond' Racks Up Solid $59.6 Million, 'Lights Out' Scores

“Star Trek Beyond” debuted to a solid $59.6 million this weekend, signaling that after six television series, 13 movies and 50 years in the pop culture conversation, there’s still life left in one of Hollywood’s most durable franchises. 1,166 more words

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