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The $75 million movie has now earned $233 million at the box office and its still going strong outside of the U.S. Lions Gate CEO, Jon Feltheimer, expects the film will end its run at $275 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter . Now a sequel is in the works. Lions Gate says the new movie will hit theaters in 2014. Thats a pretty fast turnaround but a smart move by the studio, which yesterday reported net income for the first quarter of 2014 of $13.6 million , up from a loss for the same quarter last year. Lions Gates stock is trading at $34 per share, up from a 52-week low of $13. If the studio can really get the movie out in less than a year, it will Kim Kardashian superstar featuring Ray J build on the momentum of Now You See Mes home video release. Does the success of Now You See Me mean that studios will make more mid-budget movies?
I love this movie: HBO's image source 'Clear History'
The film itself had an engaging storyline -- one with an element of believability in modern day. Because the emphasis was on Zombies, the movie captured the attention of the masses. However, when movie goers watched and back peddled in their seats while expecting gore, no real gross parts aired. Whenever a tense moment boiled up, there might have been a sensational sound effect or two that hinted about what gruesome sequence of events unfurled, but aside from watching what looked painful [a person turning into a Zombie after being bitten] the film featured no real gore. To that end, movie goers of all ages were able to enjoy the thriller without leaving the theater feeling like they could never un-see something violent, graphic, or disgusting. While the sound of gnashing teeth will forever now sound creepy, people remember more about the storyline after seeing the flick than they do about watching Brad Pitt play the hero in any of the movie scenes. That's what makes "World War Z" so unique. Compare the film to "Troy" and you can hardly remember anything about that film except how fit and trim Pitt looked in a toga back then.
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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. 4 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs I love this movie: HBO's 'Clear History' Whitney Matheson, USA TODAY 12:48 p.m. EDT August 9, 2013 Larry David stars in HBO's 'Clear History.' (Photo: John P. Johnson, HBO) Tags SHARE 63 CONNECT 10 TWEET 4 COMMENTEMAILMORE From the moment I saw HBO's 30-second teaser, I had a feeling I'd like Clear History.
18) Robert Redford is a man trying to survive on the open seas in a small life raft in this nearly silent adventure drama from writer-director J.C. Chandor (Margin Call). One of the big buzzmakers at the Cannes Film Festival. 12 Years a Slave (Oct. 18) In the pre-Civil War years, a free black man (Chiwetel Ejiofor) in upstate New York is captured and sold. Michael Fassbender, Benedict Cumberbatch and Paul Giamatti co-star for director Steve McQueen (Shame). Escape Plan (Oct. 18) Stallone!
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Spike Jonze on his new movie 'Her' -- EXCLUSIVE
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Theres such a deep sadness in this trailer, this sense of people longing to connect but being unsure how to do it. SPIKE JONZE: Wow, thank you. On one level, the film is about technology and the way we use it to try and connect, but its also about this moment and the way were living our lives. How big of a challenge was it to find the right tone? Because this is a love story between two characters, one of whom is never on-screen, probably the biggest challenge was to make it a complex relationship between them and acknowledging their differences, but also using [that dynamic] as a way to explore the differences between you and anyone you fall in love with.
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