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another trailer… Transporter 3

August 28, 2008 Leave a comment

You gotta love Frank Martin, even though he stopped driving a Beem after the first Transporter he is still a badass! Transporter 3 is coming to a theatre near you soon. You can’t beat Luc Besson and you can never beat his female leads. Be advised, Crank 2 is coming soon as well!

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Fast and Furious … 4

August 26, 2008 4 comments

I’m slippin’. I wasn’t even on this clip until i shot over to my boys at theoriginalwinger.com and saw that they had it posted already. Be ready, Fast and Furious is coming!!! Damn… the good news is that it gives me a reason to post pics of Jordana Brewster

RIP Bernie Mac

August 9, 2008 1 comment

Bernie Mac, King of Comedy has gone home today at the age of 50. What is being called complications from pnuemonia has taken the life of one funny cat. We hate to see shit like this. Too young to get that call… RIP

Dark Knight 2.0

April 30, 2008 Leave a comment

here is the link to the bootleg trailer… Not the highest of quality, its just some jaggoff sitting in the front using his iPhone probably but still FUCKING AWESOME! That new theme song introduced at the end is fucking awesome! Hans Zimmer is the man. whysoserious.com

Box Office Report

February 24, 2008 Leave a comment
Box office report for the weekend February22- February 24th
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Vantage Point – $24m, first week in release
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Jumper – $12.65m, total gross to date $56.2m

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The Spiderwick Chronicles – $12.6m, $43.5m

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Step Up 2 – The Streets – $9.7, $41.4

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Fool’s Gold – $6.2m, $52.4

6. Definitely, Maybe – $5.1, $21.7m

7. Be Kind, Rewind – $4.1m, first week in release

8. Juno – $7.45, $110.2m

9. Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins – $3.9, $35.4

10. There Will Be Blood – $2.5m, $34.9m

totals courtesy of boxfficemojo.com

Categories: Box Office, Hollywood, movies

Box Office Report

February 3, 2008 2 comments
Box office report for the weekend February1- February 3rd

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Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus Concert Tour – Best of Both Worlds – $29m, first week in release

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The Eye – $13m, first week in release

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27 Dresses – $8.4m, gross to date $57.1m

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Juno – $7.45, $110.2m

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Meet the Spartans – $7.125m, $28.3

6. Rambo – $7, $29.7m
7. The Bucket List – $6.85m, $67.6m
8. Untraceable – $5.4, $19.4m
9. Cloverfield – $4.9m, $71.9m
10. There Will Be Blood – $4.7m, $21.1m

totals courtesy of boxfficemojo.com

Categories: Box Office, Hollywood, movies

Box Office Report

December 24, 2007 Leave a comment

Box office report for the weekend December 21-December 23

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National Treasure Book of Secrets – $45.5m, first week in release

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I Am Legend, $34.2m, total gross to date $137.4m

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Alvin and the Chipmunks $29m, total gross to date $84.8m

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Charlie Wilson’s War– $9.6m, first week in release

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Sweeney Todd – $9.35m, first week in release

6. P.S. I Love You – $6.5m, first week in release

7. Enchanted – $4.1m, total $98.3m

8. Walk Hard – $4.1m, first week in release

9. The Golden Compass $3.9m, total $48.4m

10. Juno – $3.4m, total $6.35m

totals courtesy of boxfficemojo.com

Categories: Box Office, Hollywood, movies