Someone like you cared a whole awful lot!
"Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" earned $70.7 million for the biggest box-office debut of the year so far. The 3D animated flick featuring the voices of Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, Betty White, and Danny DeVito easily beat competition! ("Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" movie review right here, and win exclusive prizes from the Universal movie right here)
At No. 2 was the raunchy R-rated "Project X." The Warner Bros. comedy sold $20.8 million worth of box-office tickets for the second place.
Previous weekend's box-office champ, the Navy Seals propaganda film, "The Act of Valor," slipped to No. 3 with $13.7 million. So far, the "Call of Duty" primer has made over $45.2 million since it opened two weekends ago.
Meanwhile, silence is definitely golden! The Best Picture of the year, "The Artist," received a 34 percent bump coming in at No. 10 with $3.9 million and grossing over $37 million total.
Here's the estimated Top 10 Box-Office films for weekend of March 2nd:
1. "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," $70.7 million ($500,000 international).
2. "Project X," $20.8 million ($1.7 million international).
3. "Act of Valor," $13.7 million.
4. "Safe House," $7.2 million ($10.8 million international).
5. "Tyler Perry's Good Deeds," $7 million.
6. "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," $6.9 million ($14.7 million international).
7. "The Vow," $6.1 million ($4.1 million international).
8. "This Means War," $5.6 million ($14.1 million international).
9. "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance," $4.7 million ($6 million international).
10. "The Artist," $3.9 million ($5.3 million international).
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“John Carter” begins by telling us we really don’t know Mars. Perhaps defensively, the filmmakers are inviting us to open our minds about the red planet, the film’s setting. Throw out everything you know about Mars and it will be okay, at least for the most part.
For starters, Mars is called Barsoom and is populated by warring inhabitants, deadly creatures, and manipulative spiritual leaders. This is the atmosphere that the earthling John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) has come to face.
Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic, “A Princess of Mars,” the first novel in his Barsoom series, “John Carter” is a big-budget extravaganza ($250 million and counting) that is intriguingly entertaining and wantonly captivating. Read More...
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This week on Manny’s Movie Weekend Giveaway, we have fantastic prizes from the film “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” from Universal Pictures. One lucky winner will take home the following (to watch my movie review of "DR. SEUSS' THE LORAX" click here):
*** T-shirt for “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” size Youth Medium
*** 3 Truffula Pencils
*** “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” bookmarks
Everything you need to fall in love with “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax!”
How to enter:
1) Go to my Facebook page on www.facebook.com/MannyTheMovieGuy
2) Like my page
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And that’s it!
One lucky winner will be randomly drawn on:
FRIDAY, MARCH 9TH BY 5PM (PACIFIC)
It’s as easy as that! So what are you waiting for? Go to my Facebook page right now, and good luck!
Sorry international friends, this is only for U.S. residents
Here’s more on “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” from Universal:
A boy searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world.
In Theaters • March 2, 2012
MPAA Rating PG (for for mild brief language)
Genres Adaptation, Animated, Family, Action/Adventure
Distributors Universal Pictures
Also Known As • The Lorax
Production Status Awaiting Release
Produced In United States
Danny DeVito -- Voice of Lorax
Ed Helms -- Voice of Once-ler
Zac Efron -- Voice of Ted
Taylor Swift -- Voice of Audrey
Betty White -- Voice of Grammy Norma
Rob Riggle -- Voice of Mr. O'Hare/ Voice of O'Hare
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Sony pictures has closed a deal to acquire the Valiant Comics series, "Bloodshot," according to Deadline. Neal Moritz will produce through his Original Film Banner along with Jason Kothair and Dinesh Shamdasani for Valiant Entertainment. Jeff Wadlow ("Prey," "Cry Wolf") will write the script.
If you're not too familiar with "Bloodshot," here's the Wiki help:
Bloodshot was launched in the mid 1990s on the back of a wave of popularity for the Valiant Universe. Bloodshot became an immediate hit with readers, as the first issue has sold close to 1 million copies. Bloodshot has become one of the most popular Valiant characters continuing a long run and selling millions more copies until Acclaim Entertainment purchased the Valiant Universe for $65 million. Bloodshot comics have been translated into a number of languages including German, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Filipino and Chinese among others. Bloodshot was re-booted (with the majority of the other Valiant Universe characters) under the banner of Acclaim Comics in 1996. Acclaim re-launched the title in a new direction that was more easily adaptable to video games which was their core business. Valiant Entertainment is the current owner of the Valiant catalog, including Bloodshot.
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