The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug News

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Warner Bros. Adds 25 Minutes to ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’

variety.com – Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release an extended cut of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” on Blu-ray, Nov. 4, that will add 25 minutes to the second film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy. The longer version will also be available to purchase through digital retailers in late October. The extra footage will extend individual scenes... 3 years 18 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Warner Bros Garners Most Golden Trailer Award Noms

deadline.com – Warner Bros set the pace for the biggest number of nominations in the 15th annual Golden Trailer Awards, which will be presented May 30 at the Saban Theater. The awards cover the gamut of trailers, and Warner Bros, with 51 noms for films including Gravity, The Lego Movie, Godzilla and The Hobbit: 3 years 31 weeks ago via donnieyen
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MTV Movie Awards: ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Wins Big

thewrap.com – For a night, at least, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” “The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug” and “This is the End” got to be awards show darlings. Commercial hits, particularly those geared at audiences too young to legally drive or drink, were the big winners at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. Let “12 Years a Slave” savor its Best Picture Oscar and “American Hustle” can monopolize those critics best lists, “The Hunger Games: 3 years 34 weeks ago via jetli
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RT on DVD & Blu-Ray: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and August: Osage County

rottentomatoes.com – This week on home video, we've got the latest installment of Peter Jackson's second epic trilogy, a darkly comedic melodrama that earned a couple of Oscar nods, a boxing comedy, and a horror sequel, plus a bunch of smaller films definitely worth a look. Read on for details: 3 years 35 weeks ago via brucelee

China Box Office: "Robocop" Opens to Strong $21M, Worldwide Gross Up To $187M

12:36 PM 3/5/2014 by Senh Duong
ED-209 "Robocop"
Robocop might have disappointed at the domestic box office, but it’s making up for the difference overseas. With $52M after six weeks in the U.S., the remake looks like it’ll max out at $60M at the end of its run. That’s only slightly better than the original’s $53M, but with nearly ten times the cost.
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China Box Office: 'Hobbit 2' Dominates, 'RoboCop' Opens Strong

feedproxy.google.com – Peter Jackson's "Desolation of Smaug" pulls in another $26.5 million for a 10-day cume of $60 million, while "RoboCop" makes a muscular entry with $20.7 million in three days. 3 years 40 weeks ago via donnieyen

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Paranormal Activity' Tops 'The Hobbit,' 'Frozen' Beats Them Both

4:57 PM 1/5/2014 by Logan Falk
Frozen
This weekend was a mixed bag for the solitary new release, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones—while it did manage the laudable feat of pulling in higher earnings than The Desolation of Smaug, both films were topped by a holdout of nearly two months—Disney’s Frozen.

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘The Hobbit’ Continues to Rule, ‘Frozen’ Sneaks Its Way Back Up

4:56 PM 12/29/2013 by Logan Falk
The Hobbit
It comes as no surprise that, just as it did last year, the latest Hobbit will remain at the top of the charts for the last weekend of the year. Additionally, however, this weekend was a smashing success for holdover film Frozen, which managed to regain its spot directly beneath The Desolation of Smaug, and beat out all of the weekend’s new releases.
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‘Hobbit’ Dominates Boxing Day B.O. in Australia With $4.9 Million

variety.com – Dominating Boxing Day box office in Australia, “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” opened there with a whopping estimated $4.9 million, making it the holiday’s second-largest opening ever in Oz. “The Desolation of Smaug,” which accounted for 60% of the country’s top five market share, landed in Australia only 7% behind its predecessor, “An Unexpected... 3 years 50 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Box Office: 'Hobbit' Ekes Past 'Wolf of Wall Street' on Busy Christmas

feedproxy.google.com – Universal's "47 Ronin" comes in No. 6 with $7.1 million despite its $175 million budget, while Justin Bieber's concert doc "Believe" falls outside of the top 10 with $1.3 million.Martin Scorsese's sex-laced The Wolf of Wall Street -- starring Leonardo DiCaprio as debauched Wall Street bad boy Jordan Belfort -- and holdover The Hobbit: 3 years 50 weeks ago via jackiechan
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