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Chinese Box Office: "The Last Stand" Opens with Weak $1M, "Special ID" at $17.4M, "The Wolverine" at $25.7M

12:25 PM 10/24/2013 by Senh Duong
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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first solo effort since leaving office in California was Korean director Jee-Woon Kim’s “The Last Stand.” It opened in the U.S. in January of this year with a weak $6.3M and finished its run with just $12M, about a fourth of its $45M budget. Worldwide, it has taken in $37M so far.

It's Hard Out There for an Expendable Action Star: "Bullet to the Head," "Parker," and "The Last Stand" All Bombed

10:54 PM 2/7/2013 by Senh Duong
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Within each of the last three weeks, an action movie starring an action star from “The Expendables” opened to weak results. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comeback film “The Last Stand” opened to a weak $6.3M on the weekend of January 18-20. After three weeks, it grossed just $11.7M, and looks like it’ll end its run at $12M.

"The Last Stand"'s Opening Is Arnold Schwarzenegger's Worst in Nearly Three Decades; Will "The Tomb" Do Better?

5:48 PM 1/23/2013 by Senh Duong
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I’m not sure if anyone was expecting Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comeback film “The Last Stand” to sell like gangbusters at the box office. If you did, you would be disappointed. After all, it did open in one of the slowest months of the movie-going season. Even Lionsgate, the studio backing it, was hesitant, only willing to part with $30M to make the film.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Risks Termination at the Box Office

feedproxy.google.com – As "The Last Stand" flops, analysts see a tough road for The Governator's next films as age and personal scandal take their toll on the 65-year-old. 1 year 33 weeks ago via jackiechan

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Mama' Tops Charts, Releases 'Broken City' and 'The Last Stand' Fall Behind Holdouts

6:04 PM 1/20/2013 by Logan Falk
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This weekend proved very lucrative for one of last week’s releases, but a little disappointing for the other two films, sad to say. Mama came out on top this weekend, earning over $28.1 million (a considerable amount greater than its projected range of $18.5-$20 million), spiting many critics that claimed the film was underdeveloped in terms of scripting.
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'Mama' overperforms with projected $33.2 mil holiday total; 'Zero Dark' stays solid with $21.4 mil

variety.com – It was a solid holiday moviegoing weekend, especially for Jessica Chastain, whose two films, Universal's PG-13-rated chiller "Mama" and Sony's "Zero Dark Thirty," earned a collective estimated $54.6 million in four days. 1 year 34 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Box Office Report: 'Mama' Wins Big on Friday With $10.1 Mil; Schwarzenegger's 'Last Stand' Bombs

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feedproxy.google.com – The governator's first leading role in nearly a decade is looking at 10th place finish for the long MLK holiday weekend; "Silver Linings Playbook" surges as it expands nationwide. 1 year 34 weeks ago via donnieyen
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FIRST BOX OFFICE: Arnold Flops, 'Mama' Tops

deadline.com – I can spend the next four days making fun of Arnold Schwarzenegger flopping in 6th place The Last Stand. The actioner featuring The Guvernator’s first solo comeback movie is just one of the major newcomers opening today for the long Martin Luther King holiday weekend. 1 year 34 weeks ago via jackiechan

New in Theaters: ‘Mama,’ ‘Broken City,’ ‘The Last Stand’

2:06 PM 1/18/2013 by Logan Falk
Broken City
This week’s batch of new releases is looking especially grim, both in terms of subject matter (revenge, violence, horror, and crime are popular themes this week), and ratings, unfortunately. Opening today is another suspense-horror film from the twisted mind of Guillermo del Toro: Mama. The film tells of two little girls recently discovered in the woods who had disappeared after their parents’ deaths years previous, and the dark presence that followed them out of the woods.
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Exclusive: Director Kim Jee-Woon Talks 'The Last Stand'

comingsoon.net – Now in theaters, Lionsgate's The Last Stand marks the triumphant return of Arnold Schwarzenegger as a leading action hero. What's more, it marks the first English-language film from rapidly rising Korean director Kim Jee-Woon. Kim, who has directed films like A Tale of Two Sisters and I Saw the Devil made headlines with his 2008 Western, The Good, the Bad, the Weird . 1 year 34 weeks ago via brucelee
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