Star Trek Into Darkness News
feedproxy.google.com – With worldwide marketing now costing as much as $175 million per film (gulp), THR sources reveal how box office, home entertainment and TV will contribute to each studio's bottom line. 1 week 5 days ago via theothersenhman
3:41 PM 6/2/2013 by Logan Falk
Though neither of last week’s releases exactly caught the eyes of film critics, one would think that a couple good CGI romps would be able to make it to the top of the charts, especially given that last week’s releases weren’t necessarily hyped up summer super-films. This was not the case, however, as a holdover from last week continued to make top earnings over the weekend.
4:00 PM 5/26/2013 by Logan Falk
In the midst of all these super-hyped summer films, one might expect that a few more or less normal releases would be white noise—this was not so, as most of last week’s new releases managed to top the charts.
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.
3:06 PM 5/17/2013 by Jeff Giles
It's become something of a scapegoat for Hollywood's current love affair with loud, effects-reliant, mostly soulless tentpole pictures, but CGI spectacle isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's only when filmmakers use it to try and distract from under-developed ideas that it ends up feeling hollow; like any tool, it's only as effective as its user allows it to be.
12:46 PM 5/17/2013 by Logan Falk
We are well on our way into this year’s batch of super-hyped summer releases—this week introduces one of the year’s bigger, more highly-anticipated titles. This week gives us a sequel to one of the greatest nerd franchises of all time—from the mind of J.J. Abrams, a man rapidly gaining esteem in the eyes of geeks everywhere, coming out this week is Star Trek:
variety.com – Paramount’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” launched into Stateside theaters with $3.3 million, including $1.3 million from midnight screenings on Thursday. The film’s exclusive Imax bow starting 8 p.m. Wednesday contributed $2 million from 334 locations. Internationally, meanwhile, the $190 million-budgeted film has grossed north of $40 million through Wednesday. Pic bowed last weekend in seven... 4 weeks 5 days ago via theothersenhman