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Warner stumbles, hopes to do better at box office

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feedproxy.google.com – Warner Bros. has released five films in a row that have underperformed at the box office. The rocky start puts more pressure on forthcoming films to deliver.It has been a rough start to 2013 for a movie studio unaccustomed to taking one on the chin. And in this case, there has been more than one haymaker. 1 year 23 weeks ago via brucelee

It's Hard Out There for an Expendable Action Star: "Bullet to the Head," "Parker," and "The Last Stand" All Bombed

10:54 PM 2/7/2013 by Senh Duong
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Within each of the last three weeks, an action movie starring an action star from “The Expendables” opened to weak results. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comeback film “The Last Stand” opened to a weak $6.3M on the weekend of January 18-20. After three weeks, it grossed just $11.7M, and looks like it’ll end its run at $12M.

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Warm Bodies’ Ascends Charts, ‘Bullet to the Head’ Beaten By Holdouts

1:08 PM 2/3/2013 by Logan Falk
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The box office grosses played out very predictably this weekend; this meant good news for one of this last week’s releases, and not-so-good news for the other. Warm Bodies made the top of the box office chart with a total gross of a little over $20 million (numbers courtesy of Box Office Mojo); given that its ratings were probably better than those of the last two weeks’ other releases combined, this is hardly surprising.
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Box Office Report: 'Warm Bodies' No. 1 With $20 Mil; Sylvestor Stallone's 'Bullet' Bombs

Warm Bodies
feedproxy.google.com – The Nicholas Hoult-Teresa Palmer romantic zombie pic is fueled by younger females; "Bullet to the Head" debuts to a paltry $4.5 million, coming in No. 6. 1 year 30 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Box Office Report: 'Warm Bodies' Tops Friday With $8.1 Mil; Stallone's 'Bullet to the Head' DOA

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feedproxy.google.com – Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer headline the romantic zombie pic; Sylvester Stallone's new film "Bullet to the Head" is the third R-rated action pic in a row to fall flat. 1 year 30 weeks ago via jetli
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Box Office: 'Warm Bodies' Eyeing $20 Mil-Plus Debut; Stallone's 'Bullet' Meek

Warm Bodies
feedproxy.google.com – The "Twilight"-esque romantic zombie flick will easily top Super Bowl weekend at the domestic box office; Stallone's new action pic might not open to much more than $5 million or $6 million. 1 year 30 weeks ago via jetli

Movie Preview: February 2013

1:38 PM 2/1/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
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Everything that’s twisted in the beginning of the month gets ironed out by the end but, as usual, the films out each week seem to follow a train of thought. February 1: Lotsa “Judgment”

New in Theaters: ‘Warm Bodies,’ ‘Bullet to the Head’

9:08 AM 2/1/2013 by Logan Falk
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The box office is in need of something refreshing to make up for last week’s onslaught of disappointing releases; while one of this week’s new films doesn’t look very promising, the other one could ameliorate the recent lack of decent new movies.

Review: Bullet to the Head (The Noisy Ballad of Repeat Offender)

2:29 PM 1/29/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Bullet to the Head
For all the badasses Stallone has played, he looks ridiculous in a mug shot—or at least he looks ridiculous in the slapdash photoshopped mug shots that act as a perverse year book of his character’s 26 arrests in Bullet to the Head.

Stallone's Bullet to the Head Is Dry Action

Rating: No Butter
Posted January 28th, 2013 by popcorn
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Bullet to the Head trailer is an action film starring Sylvester Stallone as a hitman and Sung Kang as a police detective, partnering to seek revenge on the death of their partners. It seems like all the “good” characters from the Expendables are starring in an action movie, with very similar and straight-forward story lines about seeking revenge or redemption or saving the princess. Stallone’s film combines all three storylines into one not very interesting movie.   More »

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