Pain and Gain News
cinemablend.com – Obviously, we're gaga over The Rock. The pro wrestler turned legit actor is a big ball of charisma and self-proclaimed "franchise Viagra" who has made every movie he's touched exponentially better. But how do you nail down exactly how popular Johnson is among moviegoers? Look at his insanely impressive box office record for 2013 thus far. 2 years 47 weeks ago via donnieyen
3:10 PM 5/19/2013 by Logan Falk
As one might expect, last week’s single release, one in a series of long-anticipated, high-budget summer releases—Star Trek Into Darkness—made it to the top of the box office charts on its opening weekend. It did not, however, quite live up to its high expectations for its opening-weekend revenues.
3:30 PM 5/12/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend, the box office bore witness to an epic earnings battle between two rich, famous, charismatic, self-destructive film protagonists: the “Great” Jay Gatsby, and Iron Man 3’s Tony Stark. As glitzy and popular as The Great Gatsby was, it was ultimately no match for the superhero allure of Iorn Man 3.
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.
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.
collider.com – Opening this weekend is director Michael Bay’s fantastic dark comedy Pain & Gain. The film is based on a crazy true story and stars Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson as two bodybuilders who get caught up in an extortion ring and kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong. Pain and Gain also stars Anthony Mackie, Rebel Wilson, Tony Shalhoub, Ed Harris, Rob Corddry, Ken Jeong, and Bar Paly. 3 years 1 week ago via donnieyen
8:16 AM 4/26/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend is looking pretty dismal in terms of new releases—if you’re looking for cheap action thrills, or a trite rom-com, you’re set for the weekend; if you’re looking for genuine quality, you will most likely be disappointed. Coming out today is the latest from Michael Bay, Pain and Gain—a violent romp about indulgence, crime, improbably athletic thieves, and the American dream.