The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 News
feedproxy.google.com – We’ll be hearing arguments over which film really deserved the Best Picture Oscar for months, if not years, to come, but if the Razzie results are any indication there’s a firm consensus on which movie was the worst of 2012. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II swept this year’s proceedings, as seven out of their record-tying eleven nominations turned into wins. 3 years 31 weeks ago via jetli
8:29 AM 1/9/2013 by Jeff Giles
2012 was a pretty good year for Hollywood, with record attendance and a slew of critically hailed box office hits. But that isn't what we're here to discuss today -- no, friends, it's time to take a look at this year's Razzie nominations.
feedproxy.google.com – Yes, you read the headline right. Bill Condon‘s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II was nominated for every single Razzie category. 11 nominations in 10 categories. It’s by far the leader for the 33rd annual “award” show that commemorates the worst films released in the past year. The rest? 3 years 37 weeks ago via donnieyen
7:00 PM 12/31/2012 by Senh Duong
Remember in 2011, when the annual box office dipped slightly from 2010 and entertainment columnists started announcing the death of cinema (even though it was the third best year ever, in terms of revenue)? Well, as it turns out, 2012 proves that the film industry is still alive and kicking ass, thanks to a bunch of superheroes who’ve decided to assemble and tackle our box office problem.
6:53 PM 12/16/2012 by Logan Falk
The big release for this weekend—The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey—made an impressive debut this weekend; although, its initial numbers pale in comparison to some of the other highly-anticipated releases of 2012.
3:49 PM 12/9/2012 by Logan Falk
The past week’s most prominent release, Playing for Keeps, managed to gross $6 million this weekend; which, given that its reception from critics was about as bad as it can be (a 2% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is up from an abysmal 0% rating on Friday), is not too bad.
4:13 PM 12/2/2012 by Logan Falk
Last week’s new releases were met with a mixed bag of weekend numbers—the standout releases, Killing Them Softly and The Collection, made opening-weekend profits that were lower and higher than their estimates, respectively.
variety.com – In its third frame with $17.4 million, Summit's "Twilight" finale, "Breaking Dawn -- Part 2," eked out a narrow victory over Sony-MGM's "Skyfall," which grossed an estimated $17 million in its fourth domestic outing. "Part 2" has cumed $254.6 million domestically and counting; "Skyfall" reached $246 million Stateside. The post-Thanksgiving frame usually is one of the slowest moviegoing weekends of the year, though with totals at north of $110 million, this weekend doesn't even rank in the top five slowest frames of 2012. 3 years 43 weeks ago via brucelee
Brad Pitt's 'Killing Them Softly' Dies As Twilight Saga, James Bond, And Steven Spielberg Dominate Again
deadline.com – FRIDAY PM/SATURDAY AM: No change in the three top movies at the domestic box office: Summit Entertainment’s Twilight Saga finale Breaking Dawn Part 2 is #1 for the third weekend in a row, the Eon Productions/MGM/Sony Pictures’ James Bond actioner Skyfall is a close #2, and Steven Spielberg’s Oscar buzzed Lincolnfrom DreamWorks/Fox/Disney is #3. 3 years 43 weeks ago via brucelee