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Star Wars 7 Deleted Scene: Unkar Plutt Upsets Chewie Though Star Wars: The Force Awakens is nearly a year old, Lucasfilm still isn’t done milking their monumental blockbuster for all it’s worth. The film will receive a special 3D Blu-ray release in November, and as a selling point, it will include numerous bonus features that were not available on the initial home media release this spring. No doubt, that move upset many fans who purchased a copy back in April, but it’s a shrewd (yet sneaky) business decision on the part of the studio.

   We are only a few weeks away from the recently re-named “Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con” at the Los Angeles Convention Center Los Angeles, CA. LRM Online will be on site to bring you news from the convention as well as photos of the exhibitors and attendees. One exhibitor in specific is “Swipe” is launching a con attending exclusive contest for aspiring digital artist. It allows you to download this App for free and create a project with its unique tools.

‘Finding Dory’ Crosses $1 Billion at Box Office Having now earned $485 million domestically and $517 million overseas, Disney-Pixar’s “Finding Dory” crossed $1 billion globally on Sunday. The animated feature is Pixar’s second billion-dollar title, along with “Toy Story 3,” and The Walt Disney Studios’ fourth billion-dollar film in the past year. “Dory” is now the fifth highest grossing animated film of all time globally. Also Read: 'Birth of a Nation' Flops as 'Girl on the Train' Wins Weekend Box Office The film was among only three of this summer’s many sequ

Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage Mike Colter, star of Marvel’s Luke Cage, visited with Conan O’Brien and talked about the incredible level of security Marvel has for their scripts. There is also a silly moment where who he might’ve beaten out for the role comes us… or not, but it would made for a very different series. Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage

MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME OF PECULIAR CHILDREN Wins The Box Office comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of October 2, 2016, as compiled by the company's theatrical measurement services.As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world.

Tim Burton’s ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home’ Hits Box Office Bullseye With $28.5 Million Tim Burton‘s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” easily won the weekend box office, grossing $28.5 million from 3,522 theaters. Made for $110 million (not counting marketing costs), the 20th Century Fox adventure-fantasy book adaptation will need strong second and third weekends domestically to move into the black, along with good international play. It has a 64 percent Rotten Tomatoes score and a B+ CinemaScore from those surveyed on opening night. Also Read: Tim Burton's Answer for Lack of Casting Diversity Inflames Fans “Deepwater Horizon,&

‘Miss Peregrine’s Home’ to Win Weekend Box Office With $26 Million Tim Burton‘s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” is on track to win the weekend at the box office and is now expected to gross $26 million. Made for $110 million (not counting marketing costs), the 20th Century Fox adventure-fantasy book adaptation made $9 million on Friday from 3,522 theaters. The studio had previously set three-day estimates in the mid-20s, while trackers had it closer to $30 million. The movie should play well to audiences internationally and will need strong second and third weekends domestically to move into the black.

‘Deepwater Horizon,’ an Explainer: How a Faulty Plug Caused a Deadly Environmental Disaster On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, killing 11 people and leaking millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. The first film about the incident, Lionsgate/Summit’s “Deepwater Horizon,” starring Mark Wahlberg, hits theaters this weekend. While there’s always a certain amount of Hollywood burnishing on any film based on a true story, it’s helpful to know what really happened — and how a piece of cement played such a crucial role in the tragedy. According to the U.S.

Watch This Incredible Interview with the Real Person Mark Wahlberg Plays in 'Deepwater Horizon' Note: This video and post will spoil certain aspects of the film Deepwater Horizon A few months after the catastrophic explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig -- an event that killed 11 people, led to the worst oil spill in U.S. history, and is now the basis for a new movie hitting theaters this week -- one of the survivors, Mike Williams (played by Mark Wahlberg in the film), sat down for an extensive interview with 60 Minutes, walking correspondent Scott Pelley through the events of...Read MoreRead Comments

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