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Sony Offers Up 'White House Down' to Military on July 4th

variety.com – Sony and the nation’s four largest exhibitors — Regal, AMC, Cinemark and Carmike — are showing their patriotism this Fourth of July by offering free admission to “White House Down” for active military personnel and veterans. The giveaway is available Thursday only on a first-come, first-served basis with a proper military ID. 9 years 6 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Monsters University’ Schools ‘The Heat’ and ‘White House Down’

12:14 PM 6/30/2013 by Logan Falk
Monsters University
The box office charts served as a nice piece of vindication for Pixar this weekend—anybody who was skeptical of the merit and success of Monsters University has only to look at the charts to see they underestimated Pixar’s latest.

Box Office Report: 'Despicable Me 2' Already Nabs $50 Million From Seven Foreign Markets

feedproxy.google.com – The film is breaking records for Universal on the eve of the sequel's North American debut. 9 years 7 weeks ago via jetli

Box Office Report: 'White House Down' Flops; 'The Heat' Soars With $40 Million Opening

feedproxy.google.com – Roland Emmerich's big-budget action tentpole opens at No. 4 with $25.7 million, despite starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx; "Monsters University" stays at No. 1 in its second weekend with $46.2 million to cross the $300 million mark worldwide. 9 years 7 weeks ago via brucelee

New in Theaters: 'White House Down,' 'The Heat'

1:31 PM 6/29/2013 by Logan Falk
The Heat
Sorry for the late column, folks—better late than never, right? In any case, this weekend has offered up two films in the action vein—one of which takes itself a lot more seriously than the other, which is primarily a comedy.

Box Office Report: 'The Heat' Crushing 'White House Down,' Eyeing $39 Million Debut

feedproxy.google.com – Starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, Roland Emmerich's big-budget tentpole "White House Down" may only open to a dismal $25 million, likely hurt by hitting theaters so soon after the similarly themed "Olympus Has Fallen." 9 years 7 weeks ago via brucelee

Hollywood’s Latest Bomb? 'White House Down' Struggling at the Box Office

variety.com – Less than a month after Will Smith’s “After Earth” crashed at the box office, Sony finds itself in another predicament with Roland Emmerich’s “White House Down. “The $150 million action thriller, starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, is the studio’s most expensive film of the summer but may debut as poorly as fourth place this... 9 years 7 weeks ago via jetli

Review: White House Down (A Future Theme Park Ride)

3:06 PM 6/28/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
During President Clinton’s re-election year, director Roland Emmerich sent aliens to blow up the White House on Independence Day. Emmerich is as workmanlike as he is schmaltzy, and when he sets Channing Tatum and daughter Joey King into a benign White House tour, he’s fanning familiar fantasies of historical involvement.


Box Office Report: 'The Heat' Bringing Down the 'White House' in Early Friday Returns

feedproxy.google.com – Paul Feig's R-rated comedy stars Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock; "White House Down," starring Channing Tatum and Jaime Foxx, could prove a big disappointment for Roland Emmerich. 9 years 7 weeks ago via donnieyen

Critics Consensus: White House Down Is Predictable Action Fluff

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, we've got an attack on the executive branch (White House Down, starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx) and feuding law-enforcement officers (The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy). What do the critics have to say? 9 years 7 weeks ago via jetli
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In Columbia Pictures' White House Down, Capitol Policeman John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when...
Roland Emmerich
Sony Pictures
June 28, 2013