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    ‘Alita’s Agita At The Domestic B.O.: James Cameron Production Headed To $37M+ Over Five Days

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 16, 2019 7:39 am

    Saturday AM Update with chart: When a studio or a filmmaker builds a movie for north of $170M, the expectation is to soar to the greatest heights at the box office, and a passion project in the hands of James Cameron as producer — what studio wouldn’t double down on that, especially in an era starving for fresh franchises? His Alita: Battle Angel, directed by Robert Rodriguez, is easily winning the Presidents Day box office, with a $24.4M 3-day and $28.8M. But it is… Read


    Warner Bros. Dates ‘Dune’ For November 2020 & More

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 15, 2019 4:53 pm

    All these Dune casting announcements have built up to Warner Bros. finally announcing that the Denis Villeneuve-directed Legendary production will hit theaters during the pre-Thanksgiving frame of Nov. 20, 2020Dune will play in 3D and Imax. Eric Roth, Jon Spaihts, and Villeneuve adapted Frank Herbert’s classic novel. Set in the distant future, Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, whose family accepts control of the desert planet Arrakis. As the only producer of a… Read


    ‘Bond 25’ Looks To Shake Up Easter 2020

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 15, 2019 3:40 pm

    MGM’s Bond 25 will open April 8, 2020 now, instead of Feb. 14, 2020. That new date is the Wednesday before Easter, and currently 007 is the only major pic on that new date. Universal just pulled Fast & Furious 9 off of Holy weekend and pushed it to Memorial Day weekend that year.   Essentially, Easter weekend will be a crowded one in China, which is another reason why F&F 9 pulled out of that frame. Middle Kingdom is the bread and butter for the Fast & Furious franchise. B… Read


    ‘Fast & Furious 9’ Drives Into Summer 2020

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 15, 2019 3:19 pm

    Universal has just announced that Fast & Furious(still to be titled) will drive from its Easter weekend April 10, 2020 release date to May 22, 2020, which is Memorial Day weekend. Taking over F&F 9‘s spot is MGM’s Bond 25, which just moved from its Feb. 14, 2020 date to the Wednesday before Easter next year on April 8. Fast & Furious 9 parks itself next to Warner Bros./Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong, and Paramount’s The Spongebob Movie over the Memorial Day period. … Read


    ‘Alita’ Has Edge Over ‘Lego Movie 2’ With $27M+ Four-Day – 2nd Midday B.O. Update

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 15, 2019 1:37 pm

    6TH UPDATE, 1:39PM Figures updated following 1pm post: More numbers came in, and the industry averages show that it’s not so much a dead heat yet between Fox/Lightstorm’s Alita and Warner Bros.’ Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (two reports showed a near No. 1 4-day finish of $27M). Now, it’s looking like she has the upper hand with $27M over Second Part‘s $25.5M during the Friday-Monday stretch, respective 3-day is $22.9M to $20M. Alita is looking at $7M Friday, -18% from… Read


    Jamie Bell Wages A ‘Donnybrook’; ‘Birds Of Passage’ Takes Flight – Specialty Box Office Preview

    By Brian Brooks on Feb 15, 2019 10:16 am

    A sizable group of Specialty films are heading into theaters over the Presidents Day weekend as distributors bring out new work beyond the glare of Awards Season. IFC Films is opening Tim Sutton's Donnybrook with Jamie Bell, Frank Grillo and Margaret Qualley in theaters Friday, followed by on-demand platforms on February 22. Sony Pictures Classics is heading out with animated feature, Ruben Brandt, Collector. The company had become aware of the Hungarian feature after… Read


    ‘Frozen 2’ On Fire: Most-Watched Animated Film Trailer Of All Time

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 14, 2019 1:03 pm

    Did we want to watch a trailer? Yes, we watched a trailer. Disney’s Frozen 2 to be specific, a whole 116.4M of us in the teaser’s first 24 hours. That makes the pic the most-watched trailer of all-time for an animated film, besting the 113.6M views clocked for Incredibles 2.  There is something to be said about how online trailer views translate into B.O. numbers — at least at this point in time. We saw this with New Line’s It which turned into a hit with a record horror… Read


    Alamo Drafthouse Taps Regal Vet Steve Bunnell As VP Film/Content Buying & Licensing

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 14, 2019 9:25 am

    EXCLUSIVE: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has named industry veteran Steve Bunnell as Vice President of Film/Content Buying and Licensing, heading a new department for the growing exhibitor. Bunnell will continue to be based in Los Angeles and work closely with the Alamo Drafthouse home office in Austin, Texas. "Alamo Drafthouse is committed to an aggressive expansion plan in the coming years," says Bunnell. "And I'm very excited to implement this new department, along with… Read


    ‘Captain Marvel’ Opening Weekend: Around $100M – Early Projection

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 14, 2019 7:58 am

    Disney’s Captain Marvel from Marvel landed on tracking today, and most early industry estimates are certain that it’s headed to $100M, especially with the pic’s enormous first choice score of 33 and the fact that the trailer clocked a huge 109M views in its first 24 hours, but we have to remember a couple of things: First, we’re in a funky marketplace. Yes, Captain Marvel could certainly change that. Also, outside of Iron Man‘s $102M and Black Panther‘s $202M (and he was… Read


    ‘Roma’-Style Theatrical-Streaming Model Already Underway At Amazon – TCA

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 13, 2019 2:36 pm

    “The direct-to-service strategy is happening,” Amazon Studios Head Jennifer Salke said at TCA this morning. While Amazon Studios will continue to be a respecter of theatrical windows, it currently is making movies specifically for its Amazon Prime portal, and very well could emulate a similar qualifying theatrical-quick-to-streaming window that Netflix practiced this past awards season for its pics Roma, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and 22 July.  You can’t say that Netflix… Read


    Amazon’s ‘Photograph’ To Make Memories This Summer

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Feb 12, 2019 1:44 pm

    EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios will release Ritesh Batra's romance feature Photograph stateside on May 17, the weekend before the Memorial Day stretch. The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The pic follows a struggling Mumbai street photographer who is pressured to wed by his grandmother. He convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée during a family visit. Despite vast cultural differences, the pair develops a surprising connection that challenges… Read


    ‘Green Book’ Drives Past $100M At Worldwide Box Office

    By Nancy Tartaglione on Feb 12, 2019 11:04 am

    Best Picture Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Green Book this weekend scooped a BAFTA for Mahershala Ali in Best Supporting Actor — and hit a new worldwide milestone. The Peter Farrelly-directed film that also stars Viggo Mortensen crossed $100M globally with $61.4M domestic and $46.5M at the international box office for a combined $107.9M. The Participant Media-produced movie is handled domestically by Universal, and overseas is in release via a mix of Amblin Partner… Read

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