10:14 PM 5/5/2013 by Logan Falk
Well, it’s fair to say that this weekend has been very kind to last week’s solitary new release, the long-awaited Iron Man 3. We all knew it would make a whole bunch of money on its opening weekend—the only question left was just how much.
thewrap.com – Pixomondo will close its Berlin offices on May 31, the visual-effects company behind "Oblivion" and "Hugo" said on Facebook. CEO and founder Thilo Kuther did not immediately respond to requests for comment, but a message in German said the closure was part of a company-wide restructuring process. It said outstanding invoices would be honored. 3 years 51 weeks ago via brucelee
2:31 PM 4/28/2013 by Logan Falk
Despite a bleak critical reception for last week’s new releases, both of the new films made a decent showing for themselves in the box office, if not fantastic (or even consistent with their predicted weekend revenues). Pain and Gain made its way to the top spot this weekend, earning $20 million.
4:20 PM 4/21/2013 by Logan Falk
The weekend was very kind to last week’s one and only new release, Oblivion. Otherwise, the charts have remained more or less static since last weekend. Oblivion did quite well in the box office, making over $38.1 million; while this is at the bottom end of its predicted range for its opening weekend gross, it’s still a respectable sum, and the film can probably expect similarly impressive numbers in later weeks.
8:11 AM 4/19/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend will bear witness to something strange and rare—it doesn’t happen often, and only with large releases, but it is a true occurrence nonetheless: a weekend with only one new release.
Joseph Kosinski Talks OBLIVION, Using the New Sony F-65 Camera That Shoots in 8K, IMAX, Filming in Iceland, and Future Projects
collider.com – Joeseph Kosinski's new Tom Cruise starrer Oblivion, opening tomorrow, is the rarest of all things, a big budget scifi film aimed squarely at adults. While the trailers might seem like they give away the whole movie, I assure you they only scratch the surface. Things get really weird and far more ambitious than the I Am Legend-style one sheet implies. 4 years 1 week ago via jackiechan