Thor: The Dark World News
rottentomatoes.com – After last week's lackluster selection, we bounce back this week with a number of crowdpleasers and acclaimed films, beginning with a blockbuster Marvel sequel and Alfonso Cuarón's multiple award-winning sci-fi thriller. Then we've got Alexander Payne's Oscar-nominated road trip drama, a much talked about French romance, and a solid rock doc, as well as a handful of worthy rereleases and choices on TV. 1 year 1 week ago via theothersenhman
deadline.com – The stock is up, CEO Bob Iger is talking up the fiscal Q1 numbers on CNBC — and at first glance it looks like there’s enough in the results to justify all of that enthusiasm. Disney reported net income of $1.8B, +33% vs the period last year, on revenues of $12.3B, +9%. 1 year 4 weeks ago via jetli
collider.com – There's currently no home release date for Thor: The Dark World, but a list of the special features have popped up online. The special features include six deleted/extended scenes with audio commentary, a gag reel, an audio commentary track for the feature, a few featurettes, and an "Exclusive Look – Captain America: 1 year 8 weeks ago via brucelee
10:20 PM 12/15/2013 by Logan Falk
Even with two heavyweights still pulling in big numbers from the box office, the second installment in The Hobbit trilogy had little trouble making its way to the top of the charts this weekend, and even left some decent revenues for its companion new release and the holdout films.
2:55 PM 12/8/2013 by Logan Falk
These past couple weekends have been a battle of ice and fire as Disney’s Frozen and Catching Fire duke it out in the box office. Both films are continuing to pull in impressive numbers, but this weekend Frozen was victorious, having earned the most this weekend. Our new release, unfortunately, did not beat out either film.
news.moviefone.com – It turns out that the passionate kiss between Thor and Jane during the end credits of "Thor: The Dark World" wasn't faked -- because Chris Hemsworth, the actor behind the God of Thunder, was actually kissing his real-life wife, not his on-screen love interest played by Natalie Portman. In an interview with the New York Daily News, Portman revealed that the scene was shot after primary filming had ended, and due to a scheduling conflict, the actress wasn't able to make it back on set to reprise her role as Jane Foster. 1 year 13 weeks ago via brucelee
1:42 PM 12/1/2013 by Logan Falk
Given Catching Fire’s explosive debut last weekend, no one expected any of the new releases, even the highly-rated Frozen, to make it to the top of the the charts. Despite a horde of new releases, the latest Hunger Games film is still pulling in numbers that most films are lucky to get on their opening weekend.
1:29 PM 11/24/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire made an explosive (ha) debut in theaters, pulling in massive earnings and marginalizing just about everything else currently in theaters.
bleedingcool.com – For those still waiting for that Deadpool movie, which has seemed dead to me for a long time but is apparently still in the works, you may have already gotten a glimpse of what it could look like without even realizing it. The opening prologue of Thor: The Dark World was actually put together by Tim Miller and his digital effects company Blur Studio, reveals FX Guide. 1 year 15 weeks ago via jackiechan