Eclipse sets record for midnight screenings

Eclipse카지노 sets record for midnight screenings

Friday, Jan. 24, 2012

9 a.m. EST — The Hollywood Reporter

In his debut feature film, Steve McQueen stars in a tale of the tumultuous relationship between a young woman (Karen Hawley), a disgraced professor (Jason Bateman), and her husband (John Malkovich), a wealthy oil magnate who is increasingly interested in her as an actress. The movie, which opens at the Telluride Film Festival on Friday, will have a midnight showing.

12 p.m. EST — The Hollywood Reporter

Arrival director Justin Kurzel, the director behind such movies as “Olympic II” and “Logan,” will direct a romantic comedy called “Starry Night.” The movie, based on a play by Thomas Newman and co-starring the late John Lithgow, follows a couple who fall for a young woman (Tatum O’Neal), and follow-up, “Nymphomaniac,” which was released in June, is expected to open on Christmas Day. The film has a similar plot to “The Visit” and has received rave reviews from critics.

2:25 p.m. EST — The Huffington Post

The opening weekend box office will be $7.1 billion — $6.6 billion fewer than a year ago, according to preliminary numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau. “The Conjuring” is the biggest box office release of the year, and it makes more than every other movie that’s opened, from “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “T제천출장마사지he LEGO Movie,” to “Logan” and “Gravity,” to “The Hunger Games” and “Dunkirk,” to “Hacksaw Ridge” and “Rogue One” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” But it’s less than the $9 billion gross of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” as of mid-March. “The Conjuring” grossed $45 million at 3,539 theaters nationwide during its opening weekend; the film opened to $50 million after three weeks in theaters. By comparison, “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” opened to $180 million at 1,908 locations, a staggering su강원출장안마m that has been the most prolific total for any film opening during its opening weekend. It’s also the second-most-grossing movie of all time — at $10 billion. The best opening weekend, however, was “The Hangover Part II,” which grossed