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Box Office Preview: Melissa McCarthy's 'Tammy' Battles 'Transformers 4'

feedproxy.google.com – UPDATED: The comedy is pacing for a solid $45 million-plus debut over the long Fourth of July holiday, while "Transformers: Age of Extinction" is tipped to stay at No. 1; Dinesh D'Souza's "America" goes after conservatives. 8 weeks 6 days ago via donnieyen
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China Box Office: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Rules in Huge Week for Hollywood

feedproxy.google.com – Four of the top five movies in China were Hollywood films, but local romantic comedy "The Breakup Guru" made a strong showing with $24.18 million. 9 weeks 6 hours ago via jackiechan
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Did Transformers 4 Actually Make $100 Million Or Is Paramount Lying?

cinemablend.com – Hey, remember when Michael Bay gave the Transformers franchise a facelift, and the fourth installment opened to a jaw-dropping $100 million during its first weekend? Probably. That just happened this past weekend, but if executives from the studios not named Paramount Pictures are to be believed, it didn’t actually happen at all. 9 weeks 11 hours ago via brucelee
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Specialty Box Office: 'Begin Again' and 'Snowpiercer' Open Strong In Big Weekend For Weinsteins

fb.indiewire.com – Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw The Weinstein Company (and their arm RADiUS-TWC) have a huge weekend thanks to "Begin Again," "Snowpiercer" and (to a lesser degree) "Yves Saint Laurent." The Debuts: Debut Winners of the Weekend: "Begin Again" and "Snowpiercer." After a slow few weeks at the specialty box office, The Weinstein Company and their offshoot RADiUS-TWC saw very strong openings from John Carney's "Begin Again" and Joon-ho Bong's "Snowpiercer." The former -- which the Weinstei 9 weeks 1 day ago via brucelee
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Box Office: 'Transformers 4' Enjoys Strong Friday for Shot at $100 Million Weekend

feedproxy.google.com – Mark Wahlberg replaces Shia LaBeouf as star of Paramount's big-budget action franchise. 9 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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‘Transformers’ Late Night: $8.75M On Path To Mid-$90M Opening

deadline.com – Transformers: Age of Extinction heads into the weekend with $8.75M in late night starting at 9 p.m. on 2,990 screens. Today it opens at over 4,200 locations and on 10,000 screens with a lengthy 2:45 minute running time. That means, right now, the film is on track for a mid-$90M opening and it would be a surprise if it cracks $100M. 9 weeks 4 days ago via jetli
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Michael Bay on ‘Transformers’ Haters: ‘Let Them Hate, They're Still Going to See the Movie’

thewrap.com – If anybody is wondering why the “Transformers” franchise keeps getting louder, longer and less dependent on silly movie cliché's like character development, it's because director Michael Bay knows people will see the sequels no matter what he films. When MTV asked the blockbuster director about “fanboys” who are critical of the franchise, he was very confident even those who “hate” it will go see the fourth installment, “Age of Extinction,” in theaters. 9 weeks 4 days ago via jetli
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Critics Consensus: Transformers: Age of Extinction Is Loud, Long, and Lackluster

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, the only wide release in theaters is the fourth installment of Michael Bay's giant robot franchise, Transformers: Age of Extinction, starring Mark Wahlberg and Nicola Peltz. What do the critics have to say? 9 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen
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‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’: Will It Get Summer Box Office Out Of Its Funk?

deadline.com – Everyone has been hoping for Transformers: Age of Extinction to pull the summer out of its box office flatline, and while it will be No. 1 this weekend, with a 2:45 minute play time and a huge budget (around $180M with another $140M+ for marketing ww) and with director Michael Bay getting 10% FDG and others like Mark Wahlberg and Steven Spielberg getting high participations as well, Paramount Pictures needs this one to blow the lid off. 9 weeks 4 days ago via theothersenhman
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Box Office Preview: 'Transformers 4' Looks to Revive Franchise With $100 Million-Plus Debut

feedproxy.google.com – Mark Wahlberg replaces Shia LaBeouf as star of Michael Bay's blockbuster action series; John Carney's "Begin Again," starring Keira Knightley, opens at the specialty box office. 9 weeks 5 days ago via brucelee
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Don't ask Mila Kunis that question!

rssfeeds.usatoday.com – Did Mila Kunis get the memo about masking her annoyance, boredom with interviewers? 9 weeks 6 days ago via theothersenhman
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‘Fault In Our Stars’ Crosses $100M To Become One Of This Year’s Most Profitable Films

deadline.com – Fox 2000‘s The Fault In Our Stars just crossed $100M this morning domestically to become one of the most profitable films released in 2014. On a $12M negative (not counting marketing and distribution costs), the film based on the best-selling John Green book is also besting Twilight’s opening in the UK and in Brazil. 9 weeks 6 days ago via brucelee
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'Jersey Boys' proves again that movie musicals are risky business

feedproxy.google.com – In the wake of the underwhelming fourth-place debut last weekend for “Jersey Boys,” Monday-morning quarterbacks are weighing in with varying degrees of glee and schadenfreude about what may have gone wrong with the movie musical. 10 weeks 18 hours ago via theothersenhman
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Specialty Box Office: Polanski's 'Venus In Fur' Leads Openers; 'The Rover' Crashes In Expansion

fb.indiewire.com – Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw seven new films enter the market place, including the latest from both Roman Polanski and Paul Haggis. 10 weeks 1 day ago via jackiechan
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Kevin Hart Powers ‘Think Like a Man Too’ to Strong $1.8 Million Box Office Thursday Night

thewrap.com – Kevin Hart can do no wrong, and his box office power keeps on growing. Sony reported that Screen Gems’ Tim Story-directed sequel “Think Like a Man Too” opened to $1.8 million from 1,825 locations on Thursday night, with late shows that started at 8 pm. Also read: Kevin Hart's ‘Think Like a Man Too’ Should Laugh Off ‘Jersey Boys’ at Box Office The first film, by comparison, garnered $550,000 for midnight showings when it was released in 2012, when it earned $33 million in its opening weekend. 10 weeks 4 days ago via brucelee
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