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‘Fifty Shades’ sets new preview record

February 13th, 2015 - Graham Eley

Universal and Focus Features’ ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ recorded North America’s highest ever February preview returns when it arrived on Thursday night with a spectacular $8.6m off 2,830 theatres. It puts the E.L. James’ adaptation on pace for a powerful $60m+ when it expands to 3,645 theatres tonight, a tally that’s a good $10m more than original expectations. Critics didn’t care for it – 26% on RT – but that’s unlikely to have any impact on word of mouth.forzest 20 mg reviews
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‘American Sniper’ heading for another easy win

January 31st, 2015 - Graham Eley

Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’ is heading for another easy win at the North American weekend box office as Warner Bros expands it to 3,885 theatres, a new high for a R-rated title. The Navy SEAL thriller should gross a further $40m during the three days en route to passing the $250m milestone notwithstanding the growing controversy over its ethics. It’s the film’s third weekend on wide release.prednisolone 5mg buy online uk
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‘The Boy Next Door’ defies shocking reviews

January 23rd, 2015 - Graham Eley

Rob Cohen’s torrid affair thriller, ‘The Boy Next Door’, starring Jennifer Lopez, grossed a strong $500,000 from 1,869 theatres upon arriving at the North American box office on Thursday night. Putrid reviews – currently an ugly 13% on RT – could hinder momentum, putting it on pace for approximately $12m over the weekend. It expands to 2,602 theatres today.prednisolone veterinary
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‘Taken 3’ makes solid start

January 10th, 2015 - Graham Eley

Fox’s action thriller, ‘Taken 3’, starring Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker and Maggie Grace, grossed a satisfactory $1.6m from Thursday night previews at the North American box office. A good kicking from the critics – currently 11% on RT – is unlikely to deter the franchise fan base and the film should be heading for an opening $30m+ weekend. It expanded from 2,499 to 3,593 theatres last night.prednisolone cost without insurance
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‘The Woman In Black’ sequel heading for a steady start

January 3rd, 2015 - Graham Eley

Tom Harper’s ‘The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death’ arrives in 2,602 North American theatres this weekend and should gross around $10m over the three days. This would equal approximately half the original’s opening tally but Relatively picked it up for a modest $1m. Jeremy Irvine leads the cast with Daniel Radcliffe not returning.


Harper made his name in the indie sector with the hard hitting ‘The Scouting Book for Boys’ five years ago and his switch to cheap horror fare should be short lived – hopefully.prednisolone 4 mg
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‘Unbroken’ wins Christmas Day box office

December 26th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Angelina Jolie’s ‘Unbroken’ has won the North American Christmas Day box office after exceeding expectations with a strong $15.6m launch from 3,131 theatres. A powerful ‘A-‘ CinemaScore from first night audiences will go a long way to propelling word-of-mouth but so-so reviews (currently 50% on RT and only 39% from TC’s) will take the edge off momentum. It will beat the top end $30m pre-release forecasts for the four day holiday session but may not take enough to claim top position.


Not far behind, ‘Into the Woods’, also opened stronger than expected, taking an encouraging $13.6m from a modest 2,440 theatres. Again audiences and critics disagreed but, this time, the other way around with an average ‘B’ CinemaScore against a 72% RT reviews aggregate, inc an astonishing 91% from the influential ‘top critics’. Rob Marshall’s Broadway adaptation should also clear $30m over the four days.


Last weekend’s No. 1, ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ remains favourite to win the holiday session after taking an impressive $12.7m on Christmas Day.


And the speciality market will claim its share of the headlines with Sony launching the controversial ‘The Interview’ in a limited 331 independent theatres after the hacking scandal forced major distributors to pull out. The political comedy grossed an OK $1m but Wednesday’s online platform release had an obvious impact.temovate ointment buy online
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‘Five Armies’ lifts gloom

December 20th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit:The Battle Of Five Armies’ has grossed $34.4m after two days of release, giving a much needed boost to the North American box office.  It made a flying start on Wednesday with an outstanding $24.5m off 3,875 theatres (including $11.2m from preview screenings) for the second highest mid-week opening of all time.  Although the film fell by 59% on Thursday, it’s in line with a Wednesday five-day launch and should enjoy a strong Friday.prednisolone ophthalmic
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‘Exodus’ struggling domestically

December 12th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Ridley Scott’s $140m biblical epic, ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’, starring Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton, arrived at the North American box office on Thursday night with a sluggish $1.2m. It expands from 2500 to 3,503 theatres today but could miss Fox’s $35m expectations by anything up to $10m. Poor reviews – 25% on RT (and 35% with TC’s) – will damage word of mouth.temovate gel price
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‘Mockingjay’ heading for third straight win

December 6th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ is set to win the North American box office for the third consecutive weekend and should finish the session just short of $25m.  After a comparatively disappointing opening, which left the Y.A. blockbuster trailing predecessor, ‘Catching Fire’, it will be the film’s second solid hold, partly on the back of a strong ‘A-‘ CinemaScore.  Expect it to pass the $250m domestic milestone easily during the temovate
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Mockingjay dominates box office ahead of Thanksgiving weekend

November 28th, 2014 - Graham Eley

YA blockbuster,  ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’ grossed $14.55m on Wednesday to remain in control of the North American box office one day before Thanksgiving but still fell below Liongate’s expectations.  The third instalment of the franchise finished $6m beneath its predecessor, ‘Catching Fire’, on the corresponding date last year, and continues the trend set during last weekend’s debut notwithstanding a powerful ‘A-‘ CinemaScore from first night audiences.  It’s all relative, of course, with the the film’s domestic running total already hitting $157.56m alongside a stellar performance overseas.temovate delivery
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Both newcomers, ‘Penguins Of Madagascar’ and ‘Horrible Bosses 2’ were left  behind on $6.25m and $4.25m respectively.

‘Mockingjay’ hit by weather

November 22nd, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’ landed in North American theatres on Thursday night with a $17m haul, slightly below market expectations.  It’s the Y.A. franchise’s slowest start after the first two instalments boasted previews at $19.7m and $25.2m respectively but the east coast freeze would have been a factor.  Exceptional social media interest – YouTube, Facebook and Twitter racking up an unprecedented 602m clicks – suggests that the best is still to come.cost of temovate
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War drama makes a winning start

October 17th, 2014 - Graham Eley

David Ayer’s Oscar hopeful, ‘Fury’, starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf, grossed a strong $1.2m from Thursday night previews after arriving in 2,489 North American theatres at 19.00 on its way to what looks like a comfortable weekend win.  The war drama expands to 3,155 theatres today and should gross around the $25m mark over the three days following solid reviews – currently 77% on RT – and high pre-sales.  It carries a $68m production zithromax 1000mg online
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‘Dracula Untold’ to challenge Oscar hopeful

October 10th, 2014 - Graham Eley

The North American box office should continue to rebound from its worst September in six years, as David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ prepares for another close weekend battle.  After holding off an unexpected challenge – just – from New Line’s ‘The Conjuring’ spin-off, ‘Annabelle’, the Oscar hopeful aims at being the first R-rated film to retain its crown since Martin Scorsese’s  ‘Shutter Island’.  The main threat comes from Universal/Legendary’s ‘Dracula Untold’, which is currently going neck and neck with ‘Gone Girl’ for the weekend’s highest pre-sales but we cannot completely rule out David Dobkin’s Toronto opener, ‘The Judge’, starring Robert Downey Jr, Robert Duvall and Vera Farmiga.  Somewhere around the $22m mark should be enough to win.zithromax price at walgreens
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‘The Equaliser’ set for strong weekend

September 26th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Antoine Fuqua’s R-rated ‘The Equaliser’, starring Denzel Washington and Chloë Grace Moretz, grossed a strong $1.45m on Thursday night after arriving at 19.00 in 2,693 North American theatres.  Powerful social media coverage should have far more impact than average reviews – currently 59% on RT – and the crime thriller seems set to finish the weekend in the $29-31m range, comfortably above modest studio estimates.  Sony is already making plans for a sequel.azithromycin price target
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‘The Maze Runner’ makes a so-so start

September 19th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Fox’s YA sci-fi thriller, ‘The Maze Runner’, starring Dylan O’Brien, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Kaya Scodelario and Will Poulter, grossed a fairly solid $1.1m on Thursday night after arriving at 10 p.m. in 2,200 North America theatres.  It should finish the weekend around the $25m mark after expanding to 3,640 theatres today, which is less than pre-release tracking but still acceptable.  Fandango had reported pre-sales for over half the weekend’s market.tadapox from canada
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‘November Man’ makes disappointing debut

August 29th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Roger Donaldson’s spy thriller, ‘November Man’, starring Pierce Brosnan, arrived in North American theatres on Wednesday night with a soft $862k and had to settle for fifth spot.  Disappointing reviews – currently only 35% on RT – will go some way to countering an encouraging ‘B+’ CinemaScore from first night audiences, leaving it on pace for grossing a modest $10m over the six-day session at the low end of distributor expectations.  The film, which carries a $20m production budget, is the follow up to Donaldson’s revenge thriller ‘Seeking Justice’.order sildalis online
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YA adaptation heading for top spot

August 23rd, 2014 - Graham Eley

R.J. Cutler’s YA adaptation of Gayle Forman’s bestseller, ‘If I Stay’, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, grossed a strong $1.1m from Thursday North American previews after arriving at 19.00.  Reviews were lukewarm – currently running at 41% on RT – but this is unlikely to impact on word of mouth.  With social media lively, it has a shot at exceeding the $20m mark over the weekend, which would be enough to claim the No. 1 spot.propecia propak price

‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ on pace for August record

August 2nd, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ is on pace to be North America’s highest ever August weekend opening after grossing an outstanding $11.2m during Thursday night previews.  The Disney/Marvel sci-fi adventure landed at 19.00 in 80%+ of its 4,080 weekend theatres and should finish the three days around the $90m mark, massively higher than top end market expectations.  The first night audience’s CinemaScore should be in line with the critics’ rave reviews, currently 92% on RT.propecia to buy online
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Corbijn’s thriller eyeing top ten

July 26th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Anton Corbijn’s adaptation of John le Carré’s bestseller, ‘A Most Wanted Man’ has a shot at hitting the North American weekend top ten after making a lively start in the speciality market.  Roadside Attractions have opened the war-on-terror thriller in a high 361 screens and should comfortably exceed $2m over the three days.  It stars Philip Seymour Hoffman in his last major role.purchase finasteride australia
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‘Boyhood’ looking to breakout

July 18th, 2014 - Graham Eley

All eyes are on the North American speciality market where Richard Linklater’s early Oscar hopeful, ‘Boyhood’, expands from 5 to 34 theatres during its second weekend in play and should exceed $1m over the three days.  This comes after the family drama, filmed over 12 years, boasted a spectacular $71,800 per-screen average last weekend on its way to the second-highest limited opening of the year so far.  The film picked up a Silver Bear for best director at this year ‘s Berlin International Film propecia us
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Quiet launch for ‘Tammy’

July 4th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Thursday had greater importance than usual for the domestic box office playing more like a Friday ahead of America’s 4th July celebrations.


Not that there was any doubt as to the holiday weekend’s No. 1 with ‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’, the fourth of the franchise, always having too much for the new releases.  Michael Bay’s latest tentpole added a further  $9.45m on Thursday, up 23% from the previous day, and will become the first film since ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ to retain the top spot on its second weekend hold.


But Warner Bros’ Melissa McCarthy comedy vehicle, ‘Tammy’ was expected to put up more of a fight.  Abysmal reviews – 28% on RT – and a poor audience ‘C+’ CinemaScore already looks like a word-of-mouth double whammy with a disappointing $5.5m Thursday following its quiet launch.  Market analysts were expecting the film to exceed $35m comfortably over the five days but it could fall as much as 5m below that mark.


There is a close battle between two other openers currently occupying the session’s third and fourth places.  Scott Derrickson, who recently co-wrote Atom Egoyan’s ‘Devil’s Knot’ with Paul Harris Boardman, has seen his fourth film in the director’s chair, ‘Deliver Us From Evil’, gross a soft $5.5m since its Wednesday launch.  The $30m horror thriller is marginally ahead of Dave Green’s debut, ‘Earth To Echo’, but the latter’s superior ‘A-‘ CinemaScore against a ‘B-‘ could give it the momentum to pull away over the weekend.propecia propak cost
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Tim Story looking for 2nd No.1 of the year

June 21st, 2014 - Graham Eley

Tim Story’s comedy sequel ‘Think Like a Man Too’, starring Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy and Jerry Ferrara, grossed an impressive $1.8m from 1,825 theatres when it arrived at the North American box office at 20.00 for Thursday previews.  A critical mauling – 23% on RT – is unlikely to cut any ice with the established fan base and the film should gross around $32m over the weekend.  This will be enough to hand Story his second No. 1 of the year after ‘Ride Along’ smashed the MLK weekend record during January.cialis generic canadian pharmacy buy cialis reviews cheap cialis free shipping generic cialis vs brand cialis reviews buy cialis daily use online online pharmacy cialis united states cialis online consultation

‘Jersey Boys’ could fall short of market estimates

June 21st, 2014 - Graham Eley

Clint Eastwood’s big screen version of Broadway’s ‘Jersey Boys’, starring Christopher Walken and John Lloyd Young, received its North American premiere Thursday night when closing the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival.  Warner Bros wasted no time launching its theatrical run with midnight screenings, but the Four Season’s musical looks set to fall short of the $15m market estimates for the weekend session.  Given the film’s nostalgic subject matter, it is unlikely to reach much beyond the target older tadalafil 10mg online order cialis safely online cialis generic online india best online generic cialis cheap daily cialis onlinecialis online germany cheap cialis 10mg

22 Jump Street takes commanding early lead

June 14th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Both of this weekend’s wide releases, 22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon 2, are heading for bumper sessions at the North American box office.


Sony /MGM’s 21 sequel, starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, landed at 19.00 on Thursday night with a powerful $5.5m and laid the foundations for an above expectations $65m weekend.


That will be enough to secure a comfortable $5m+ victory over Fox/DreamWorks’ dragon animation, which took in a satisfactory $2m after a 20.00 start with its target family audiences not arriving until Saturday and Sunday.


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Strong Thursday for ‘Maleficent’

May 30th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney’s $180m ‘Maleficent’, starring Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning, seems on course for a $65m+ weekend at the North American box office in line with top end market forecasts, after grossing a strong $4.2m from Thursday night previews, which got under way at 19.00.


The studio has targeted the dark fairy tale at girls and mothers as an alternative to the male orientated tentpoles in the market but, so far, it has attracted a higher than expected turnout amongst men, who accounted for 46% of the audience.  It’s now nicely set up for the wider family market.


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Bumper Memorial Day weekend ahead for X-Men’s latest instalment

May 23rd, 2014 - Graham Eley

The third mega franchise pic to arrive in North America during the last month, ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’, looks set for a bumper Memorial Day weekend.


Social media has been buzzing in the run up to the opening, reviews were excellent – currently 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes – and the superhero adventure grossed $8.1m from last night’s previews, which is excellent considering that they did not get under way until 22.00.


It should easily exceed $100m for the session and could reach as high as $120m.
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‘Godzilla’ hits the mark

May 16th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Warner Bros’ ‘Godzilla’ got off to a flyer on Thursday night with a monstrous $9.3m being a good $3m higher than market forecasts.  The film will be front loaded but with Fandango reporting pre-sales around 90% of the weekend market, the action adventure could reach $75m over the three days.  It is Gareth Edwards’ second feature in the director’s chair after ‘Monsters’ four years ago and stars Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron cialis pills order cialis canadian pharmacy buy cialis professional online cialis international shipping buy genuine cialis online cost for cialis at costco cialis 2.5mg cost

Close race at the North American box office

May 10th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Universal’s R-rated comedy, Neighbours, starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, debuts at the North American box office this weekend and has a shot at claiming the top spot from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.


The superhero sequel comes off a mediocre opening last weekend notwithstanding claims to the contrary from Sony and some commentators.  It may need a hold in excess of $40m to resist Neighbours’ challenge but, after a lacklustre mid-week performance, $37m looks a better bet.


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‘Spidey 2’ disappoints on Thursday night

May 2nd, 2014 - Graham Eley

After two successful weekends internationally, ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ disappointed in North America with a relatively modest $8.7m when it landed late Thursday night.  This had market analysts scaling back predictions to around the $90m mark for the weekend, which still assumes a high turnout from family audiences on Saturday and Sunday.  It will be active in a high 4,324 screens during the session.generic lexapro 2012 cost
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The Other Woman set to win box office race

April 25th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Fox’s PG-13 rated The Other Woman looks set to end Captain America 2’s reign at the top of the North American box office when it lands in 3,240 theatres this weekend.  Reviews are disappointing – a 39% current Rotten Tomatoes’ score – and there is little interest on social media but Fandango is reporting that the film has the highest online pre-sales.  The revenge comedy could gross $18m+ if it generated some positive word of mouth from first night audiences.cialis generic australia generic cialis 2.5 mg online how can i buy cialis onlineprice of 5mg cialis at walmart cialis buy online usageneric cialis for sale online buy cialis non prescription

Choppy waters for Pfister’s first feature in the director’s chair

April 19th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Transcendence’, the debut film from Oscar winning cinematographer, Wally Pfister (‘Inception’), seems unlikely to make a significant impact on the North American box office after a quiet Thursday night opening.  Market analysts are predicting a $20m session at the top end, which would not be enough to challenge last weekend’s No. 1 and 2, the ‘Rio’ and ‘Captain America’ sequels.  It has a strong cast, including Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall and Morgan Freeman, but has suffered from poor reviews and a shocking 19% Rotten Tomatoes rating.cost of cialis at walgreens overnight delivery of cialis cialis online apotheke buying cialis online usa cialis cost at cvs buy real cialis online canada buy cialis from canada

‘Rio 2′ in close battle with ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

April 11th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Rio 2′ arrives in North America as the early favourite to win the weekend box office but it is not a foregone conclusion.  Market analysts are expecting ‘Rio 2’ to finish around the $40m mark but it’s far harder to second guess last weekend’s No. 1, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’.  Current estimates assume a 55% weekly fall to $38m but coming off an ‘A’ CinemaScore and strong reviews, it could easily over-perform.lexapro generic mylan
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Superhero adventure exceeds expectations

April 5th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ made a flying start at the North American box office, grossing a whacking $10.2m on Thursday night.  The superhero adventure made a comparatively early start at 8 p.m. but it’s still heading for a powerful weekend in the $85-90m range.  It must exceed $86m to claim the highest ever April opening.cost lexapro
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Promising start for Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’

March 29th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’ made a confident start at the North American box office, grossing $1.6m on Thursday night.  With screenings getting underway at a comparatively early 19.00, the Biblical drama seems to be heading for a weekend tally in the $38-39m region but it could go higher.  It’s Aronofsky’s first film since his Oscar nominated ‘Black Swan’ and stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Hopkins.price of lexapro
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Soft Thursday debut for Veronica Roth adaptation

March 21st, 2014 - Graham Eley

Neil Burger’s sci-fi thriller, ‘Divergent’, starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James, arrived in North American theatres on late Thursday night with a slightly disappointing $4.9m.  Poor reviews may have dampened demand on Thursday but Fandango are still reporting strong pre-sales, running at 80% of the weekend box office.  It is a difficult market to read but analysts are expecting the Veronica Roth adaptation to finish the weekend around the $58m mark.  This would be enough for Lionsgate to continue with plans for developing it into a three-film franchise.cialis online rezept generic cialis in usa buy generic cialis online safely order cialis online overnight cialis cost per pill 2015 online cialis pharmacy reviews buy real cialis online

Strong start for ‘300: Rise Of An Empire’

March 7th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Warner Bros’ ‘300: Rise Of An Empire’, starring Sullivan Stapleton and Eva Green, grossed a strong $3.3m on Thursday night from 3470 theatres after getting under way at 8 p.m.  This puts the epic adventure on pace for an opening weekend in excess of $40m, which would be enough to claim the No.1 position easily.  It’s the second film based on Frank Miller’s ‘Xerxes’ graphic price on levitra canada
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Expansion for ‘The Wind Rises’

February 28th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney is expanding Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘The Wind Rises’ from 21 to 500 screens at the North American box office following last weekend’s encouraging opening in the speciality market when it grossed a $14,571 per screen average.  The animated drama is a biopic of Jiro Horikoshi, who designed Japanese WW2 fighter planes without fully understanding the implications, and last weekend’s performance was broadly in line with Miyazaki’s recent track record notwithstanding a change of direction away from his trademark children movies.  It also has the additional boost of being in contention for best animated feature at Sunday night’s Oscars.generic levitra online uk
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Lego animation set for third straight win

February 22nd, 2014 - Graham Eley
Warner Bros’ ‘The Lego Movie’ has expanded from 3,375 to 3,890 theatres and will easily retain the No. 1 spot at the North American weekend box office.  Early Friday estimates suggest that it has a shot at hitting the $30m mark over the three days.  The studio has recently announced that it intends to release the sequel on May 26, 2017.generic cialis eugeneric cialis cheapest price prescription cost for cialis buy cialis europe generic cialis does it work purchase cialis online cheap cialis online fast delivery

‘The Lego Movie’ heading for a strong hold

February 15th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Warner Bros’ ‘The Lego Movie’ remains active in 3,375 theatres for the President’s Day four-day holiday and will easily retain the top spot at the North American weekend box office.  The animation comedy has a shot at reaching an excellent $50m over three days, which should translate to $60m+ for the full President’s Day session.  Out of the new releases,  only ‘About Last Night’, starring box office attraction, Kevin Hart, should come near to hitting half this tally (from 2,253 theatres).levitra pharmacy price
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Exceptional pre-sales for ‘The Lego Movie’

February 7th, 2014 - Graham Eley

The potential East Coast storms are a variable factor in assessing the weekend prospects for ‘The Lego Movie’, which opens today at the North American box office, but it is a more a question of how high will it go rather than anything else.


Warner Bros are targeting a wide audience and it seems to be working with Fandango reporting bumper pre-sales; the second highest ever for an animated film after Toy Story 3 four years ago.


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