feedproxy.google.com – Dredd, created by Pete Travis and Alex Garland and starring Karl Urban as the grim and violent title character, wasn’t much of a hit when it was in theaters in 2012. But it has found significant life on disc, as audiences discover that the straight-shooting story of extreme law enforcement in a terrible future stands as a solid action movie. 13 weeks 5 days ago via theothersenhman
aintitcool.com – Hey folks, Harry here... Karl Urban told Comic Con yesterday that DREDD exploded on home video, selling 650,000 units in the first week. He also stated that he had met with Alex Garland, the producing screenwriter for DREDD, and that they are actively exploring sequel possibilities, this according to AirlockAlpha, but that the hopes for a sequel are still hinged upon fans for the first DREDD to be as vocal as possible. 33 weeks 1 day ago via donnieyen
9:57 AM 3/14/2013 by Senh Duong
In my previous Chinese box office report, I wrote that Stephen Chow's "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons" would get close, but not beat "Lost in Thailand" for the record of highest-grossing Chinese film of all time. Huayi Brothers, the company behind "Journey to the West," apparently agrees with me.
5 Biggest Box-Office Bombs of the Year; Lots of 'Dredd' and No 'Big Miracle,' Especially for 'Oogieloves'
feedproxy.google.com – While "Skyfall" is topping the charts and "Breaking Dawn Part 2" looks poised to have box office teeth, 2012 had its share of financial bombs. "The Oogieloves" got no love, Oogie or otherwise, at the box office. The Wachowski-Tykwer magical mystery tour "Cloud Atlas" couldn't float, while Drew Barrymore-starrer "Big Miracle" was exactly the opposite in terms of profits. 1 year 16 weeks ago via theothersenhman
11:38 PM 9/24/2012 by Senh Duong
Audiences in the U.S. are collectively saying they don’t care about the comic book character Judge Dredd. Even after scoring an impressive 77% on Rotten Tomatoes, “Dredd,” a reboot of Sylvester Stallone's 1995 dud, still tanked at the box office, grossing just $6.3M over the weekend. That’s horrible. In comparison, Stallone’s critically panned “Judge Dredd” did nearly twice as much ...
Soft Friday Box Office: Clint Eastwood's 'Trouble With The Curve' Disappoints; But 'End Of Watch' Strong Even If 'House' #1; Rebooted 'Dredd' Opens Just Dreadful
deadline.com – This is one of those weekends which can only be described as box office hell for Hollywood. Because no one can agree on which of the top two pics is #1. The info I’m getting is changing fast, and the film order will come down to late shows on the West Coast. 1 year 24 weeks ago via donnieyen
New in Theaters: 'Dredd 3D', 'End of Watch', 'House at the End of the Street, 'Trouble With the Curve'
11:26 PM 9/20/2012 by Binh Ngo
Sylvester Stallone's utterance “I am the law!” in 1995's Judge Dredd is probably the last thing to fade long after the other details of that movie have already gone. Judge Dredd was largely panned and is a box office failure. It made $113 million at the global box office, with only $34 million of the total coming from American theaters.