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"Star Trek Beyond" Leads Weekend Box Office

The 13th live-action Star Trek motion picture led the weekend box office on its opening weekend.

According to BoxOfficeMojo.com, Star Trek Beyond grossed just over $59 million over the weekend of July 22nd to July 24th. 147 more words

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This Day in Movie History - July 23rd, 1999 - Inspector Gadget Released

Inspired by the hit animated series from the 1980s, Inspector Gadget was brought to the world of feature films on this day in movie history. 220 more words

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This Day in Movie History – July 21st, 2000 – Pokemon: The Movie 2000 Released

The second feature film based on a popular series of video games was released on this day in history.

Pokemon, or Pocket Monsters, began as a role-playing game for the Nintendo Game Boy in the mid-1990s in Japan. 277 more words

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This Day in Movie History - July 17th, 1996 - Kazaam Released

A movie featuring a basketball star playing the role of a genie was released 20 years ago today.

Kazaam was released in theaters on July 17th, 1996. 134 more words

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This Day in Movie History - July 16, 1993 - Hocus Pocus Released

Hocus Pocus is a film is a staple of Halloween marathons every October, but actually came out on July 16th, 1993.

The Halloween-themed comedy film stars Bette Midler, and a pre-“Sex and the City” Sarah Jessica Parker. 108 more words

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This Day in Movie History – July 14th, 2000 – X-Men Released

X-Men existed as a comic for decades, and had a hit 1990s animated series, before being adapted into a big-budget feature film on this day in movie history. 160 more words

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This Day in Movie History - July 13th, 1984 - The Gods Must Be Crazy Released in US

A small, independent comedy originating from South Africa and Botswana was released in the US on this day in movie history.

The Gods Must Be Crazy, written and directed by Jamie Uys, was first released in South Africa in 1980. 177 more words

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