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I, FRANKENSTEIN Opens Big ... In Russia

feedproxy.google.com – By now you have may have heard that I, Frankenstein, the only new wide release opening this past weekend in the U.S., died an ignoble death at the box office. Its estimated earnings totaled just $8.3 million, leaving it in sixth place. Lionsgate vigorously promoted the film, and star Aaron Eckhart dutifully appeared on all the required talk shows, but the advance materials made it clear that the movie would be little more than a spin-off of the Underworld franchise, which had already run its course. 8 years 35 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Ride Along' Continues to Cruise in First

8:07 PM 1/26/2014 by Logan Falk
Ride Along
With two weeks of largely unimpressive, unsuccessful new releases, it’s unsurprising that last week’s Ride Along managed to top the charts once again, burying this weekend’s new release under several layers of holdover films.

Yvonne Strahovski Talks I, FRANKENSTEIN, Electrophysiology, the DEXTER Series Finale, and More.

collider.com – One day she’s taking out her enemies using rat poison in Dexter and the next, she’s trying to re-animate a rat Frankenstein-style in I, Frankenstein. In the Stuart Beattie-directed film, Yvonne Strahovski steps in as Terra, an electrophysiologist employed by Bill Nighy’s Wessex to figure out a way to bring the dead back to life. 8 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee

Box Office: ‘I, Frankenstein’ Dead on Arrival with $7.7 Million

variety.com – It looks as though “I, Frankenstein” is deteriorating before our very eyes. Pre-weekend projections had Lionsgate’s horror-inspired actioner in the mid-teens this weekend. That was reigned back to $10 million midday Friday, and now its total looks even grimmer: about $7.7 million, well shy of double digits. “I, Frankenstein” cost a reported $65 million to... 8 years 36 weeks ago via donnieyen

New in Theaters: 'I, Frankenstein'

7:24 PM 1/24/2014 by Logan Falk
I Frankenstein
In an age where every classic horror monster is being subjected to attempts to reinvent them in new, edgy (even romantic) ways, it was only a matter of time before Frankenstein’s monster was met with the same fate, and given a makeover. Unfortunately, the only truly terrifying aspect of this film is how inexcusably poorly it was done.

"I, Frankenstein" Looks to Do Around $11M-$14M at the Box Office This Weekend

4:32 PM 1/24/2014 by Senh Duong
Frankenstein with a six-pack
I was wondering how the Aaron Eckhart-starrer “I, Frankenstein” would do at the box office in comparison to the “Underworld” films because they’re from the same producers. According to Nikki Finke, the initial numbers aren’t looking good for “I, Frankenstein.” For Friday, the initial estimate is $4M-$5M, which will result in a weekend gross around $11M-$14M. Because genre films tend to be front-loaded, it’ll probably end up at the lower end of the estimate.

Box Office: ‘I, Frankenstein’ a Monster Mess as ‘Ride Along’ Aims for Another Victory

variety.com – With only one wide release, Lionsgate’s “I, Frankenstein,” which is tracking modestly in the low to mid-teens range, holdovers including “Ride Along” and “The Nut Job” will be responsible for keeping domestic B.O. from slumping below this time last year. “Ride Along” is expected to top the B.O. for a second week, with expectations in... 8 years 36 weeks ago via donnieyen

Critics Consensus: Guess I, Frankenstein's Tomatometer

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, we've got only one new wide release: the dark fantasy adventure I, Frankenstein, starring Aaron Eckhart and Bill Nighy. What do the critics have to say? 8 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee

Interviews: Aaron Eckhart and Yvonne Strahovski on I, Frankenstein

comingsoon.net – Victor Frankenstein may have successfully put the pieces together to re-animate a creation consisting of 12 used body parts from eight different corpses, but there’s one thing Frankenstein couldn’t give his monster – a soul. Aaron Eckhart leads Stuart Beattie's I, Frankenstein as Frankenstein’s monster, here called Adam. 8 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee

From the Creators of the "Underworld" Poster Comes the "I, Frankenstein" Poster

5:30 PM 1/19/2014 by Senh Duong
Posters for "I, Frankenstein" and "Underworld"
Ok, I know from TV Spots that I, Frankenstein is from the creators of Underworld, but do you they have to copy the latter film’s poster too? They’re pretty much the same, except Underworld’s is a bit more zoomed in.
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200 years after his shocking creation, Dr. Frankenstein's creature, Adam, still walks the earth. But when he finds himself in the middle of a war over the fate of humanity, Adam discovers he holds the key that could destroy humankind. From the co-writer of the hit supernatural saga, UNDERWORLD,...
Stuart Beattie
January 24, 2014
Horror, Thriller