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China Box Office: Top Three Still "The Monkey King" ($74M), "Where Are We Going, Dad?" ($52M), and "From Vegas to Macau" ($32M)

10:12 AM 2/13/2014 by Senh Duong
Disney's "Frozen"
Although The Monkey King and Where Are We Going, Dad? continued to be the top one-two punch at the box office last week in China, From Vegas to Macau is the one with the best word-of-mouth. For the week ending last Sunday (2/3/2014 - 2/9/2014), The Monkey King took in another humongous $74M.

China Box Office: "Boonie Bears" Unseats "Despicable Me"; "Jack Ryan" Solid; "Police Story 2013" @ $86M, "Personal Tailor" $116M

8:55 AM 1/29/2014 by Senh Duong
Boonie Bears
For the last three weeks, the box office in China has been dominated by animated features. For the previous week, locally produced Boonie Bears unseated Universal’s Despicable Me 2 with $13.3M. The latter took in $12M. Boonie Bears’s total now stands at $30M. That’s a record for a Chinese animation, beating the $26M total of 2012’s Mission Incredible:

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

7:07 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.

'Jack Ryan' Franchise in Question After Snub From Younger Moviegoers

feedproxy.google.com – More than a third of the film's opening-weekend audience was over the age of 50, despite a star turn from 33-year-old actor Chris Pine.The fate of Paramount's marquee spy franchise has been thrown into question following the soft debut of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit at the North American box office, where the action thriller failed to connect with younger audiences unfamiliar with author Tom Clancy's iconic character. 8 years 45 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Ride Along' Tops Charts…Somehow

6:40 PM 1/19/2014 by Logan Falk
Ride Along
On Friday, it looked like it was going to be a normal weekend—several unremarkably-rated releases entered theaters, with equally unremarkable projected earnings for the weekend; odds were that Lone Survivor would take the highest earnings, and the other releases would populate the higher regions of the charts. This was not the case, as the most unassuming release, Ride Along, took in the highest earnings.

New in Theaters: 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,' 'Ride Along,' 'The Nut Job,' 'Devil's Due'

8:20 PM 1/17/2014 by Logan Falk
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
This weekend offers quite the variety of films—an action-thriller that jumpstarts a long-dormant franchise, a campy cop buddy comedy, a zany animated family film, and a found-footage horror flick. Pretty much none of it was well-received, but if you’re not picky, there’s something for everybody out in theaters this weekend.

Critics Consensus: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Is a Solid Thriller

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, we've got a super spy (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, starring Chris Pine and Keira Knightley), some burglarizing rodents (The Nut Job, with voice performances by Will Arnett and Katherine Heigl), mismatched cops (Ride Along, starring Ice Cube a 8 years 46 weeks ago via donnieyen

"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" Reviews and Box Office Prospects

9:47 AM 1/16/2014 by Senh Duong
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Chris Pine is the latest actor to take over the role of Jack Ryan in the international spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Since Harrison Ford dropped out of the series, Paramount seems to want to keep the character young. This is the third reboot since Alec Baldwin begin the series with The Hunt for Red October, which was a critical and commercial success -- 95% on Rotten Tomatoes and $122M at the domestic box office.


Kenneth Branagh Talks 'Jack Ryan'; Hopeful of Sequels

screenrant.com – Interview by Melissa Molina Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is the latest addition to the long-running movie franchise brought to life thanks to the books written by Tom Clancy. It’s a new decade, and with it we find ourselves staring at a new interpretation of the CIA operative, this time played by Star Trek’s Chris Pine. 8 years 46 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Kenneth Branagh on Why Chris Pine Was the Guy to Reboot Jack Ryan

feedproxy.google.com – I like Chris Pine. He's a strong actor and a movie star--although his reboot of Tom Clancy's signature spy is going to be a test of his marquee value. It's one thing to join the "Star Trek" ensemble and another to carry a movie. The actors in Paramount's latest Jack Ryan foray are fine, from Kevin Costner as Ryan's CIA mentor/recruiter to Keira Knightley as the fetching fiancéin scrubs who wonders if he's lying to her.

8 years 46 weeks ago via donnieyen
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