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"Ip Man 3" Distributor Suspected of Box Office Fraud, Parent Company Loses $150M in Market Cap

3:07 PM 3/8/2016 by Senh Duong
Max Zhang in "Ip Man 3"
“Ip Man 3” opened huge in China last weekend, grossing $72M -- the biggest opening ever for a martial arts film (as its distributor proclaimed). Shows were sold out in theaters across the middle kingdom.
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Why 'Mud' Is the Best Southern Film in Years

fb.indiewire.com – With grosses approaching $20 million and still going strong, the breakout box-office success of Jeff Nichols' "Mud" seems to have surprised many people. But reading The Wrap's report that the film "has played very strongly in the South" surprised me not at all, because "Mud" is the best Southern film I’ve seen in ages. 4 years 36 weeks ago via jackiechan

Jackie Chan Bashes Hong Kong; Gets Rewarded by China with Box Office Record for "Chinese Zodiac"

12:01 AM 12/24/2012 by Senh Duong
Jackie Chan in "Chinese Zodiac"
Jackie Chan used to be the most beloved actor in Hong Kong, his birth place. It was almost a yearly ritual for the Hong Kong people to bring their entire family to watch his latest action comedy during Chinese New Year (or whenever one of his films opened). Looking at the top 100 highest grossing films of all time in Hong Kong was almost like looking at his filmography, since his films dominated the charts.

Universal Celebrates Centennial with Best-Ever Box Office Tally

11:30 AM 9/25/2012 by Jeff Giles
Universal 100
The overall box office results might be mired in one of the worst end-of-summer slumps in years, but for at least one studio, 2012 has been a year to remember -- for all the right reasons.
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Box office report: 'The Possession' leads the worst weekend in over a decade

insidemovies.ew.com – Lionsgate’s $14 million horror entry The Possession once again topped the chart with $9.5 million. The film, which earned a “B” CinemaScore grade last week, enjoyed a better than expected hold (it dropped 46 percent) — especially since its debut results were inflated by it bowing on a holiday weekend.

5 years 23 weeks ago via jetli
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The Hit Phenomenon?: Japanese Scientists Create Model To Predict Box-Office Success

deadline.com – Japanese scientists have divined a mathematical model for what they call “The Hit Phenomenon.” By calculating the advertising budget of a film before it’s released, along with the amount of time a campaign runs and its word of mouth quotient on social media, a team from Tottori University worked to predict the success of such films as Spider-Man 3 and Avatar and then compared their findings to actual box office. 5 years 36 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Summer Movie Attendance Continues to Erode

feeds.nytimes.com – Hollywood has now experienced four consecutive summers of falling attendance, a cause for alarm for both studios and theater chains. 6 years 24 weeks ago via brucelee
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'Cars 2' on Track to Become Pixar’s Worst Box Office Performance Since 1998

feedproxy.google.com – Poor Mater and McQueen: After a 35% Rotten Tomatoes score gave Cars 2 the unhappy distinction of becoming the worst-reviewed Pixar movie of all time, it is now tracking to earn Pixar’s lowest domestic gross since 1998′s A Bug’s Life. Read on after the jump. Though Cars 2 initially got off to a strong start, making $66 million in its first weekend, it’s been losing audiences faster than Pixar movies usually do. 6 years 31 weeks ago via jetli
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Harry Potter is already a smash — and it hasn’t even opened yet

feeds.orlandosentinel.com – Some $25 million in advance ticket sales. Over 5,000 showings of the bloody thing (literally) already sold out. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” is already an opening weekend phenomenon. I’d love to see it unseat”Transformers” in the record books. It’s 3D, and the movies, though consistent performers, seemed to plateau some years ago, in terms of box office. 6 years 32 weeks ago via brucelee
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Box office update: 'Rio' tops Friday with $10.2 mil, 'Scream 4' underwhelms with $8 mil

insidemovies.ew.com – Each time Hollywood appears ready to break out of its 2011 slump, it doesn’t. Many in the industry were predicting this week’s Rio and Scream 4 to really shake up the box office, but while the former performed better than the latter, both movies fell a bit short of expectations.

6 years 44 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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