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"Bridge of Spies" and "Carol" lead the nominations for BAFTAs; the winners add momentum as Oscar voting is under way. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" are relegated to technical categories; "Fury Road" picked up an early win for Makeup and Hair. Best Picture Oscar nominee "Brooklyn" earned Best British Film.
While Marvel's R-rated "Deadpool" dominates theaters in wide release this weekend, the specialized side is at best treading water. The usual range of Oscar contenders continue to add to their totals at a pace similar to recent years. The major new release, Michael Moore's "Where to Invade Next," which had Oscar hopes, managed a respectable if not sensational initial 308-theater start, with future prospects to be determined.
On the other hand, Denmark's anticipated and high-profile foreign-language Oscar nominee "A War" opened at a level below virtually any similar film in its elevated position.
Deadpool breaks Presidents’ Day weekend record with $150 million
While Deadpool breaks the fourth wall in the comics and the new movie, the Marvel character has now broken something quite a bit bigger. 20th Century Fox‘s Deadpool movie earned an estimated $135 million from 3,558 theaters over the three-day portion of the four-day Valentine’s Day/Presidents’ Day holiday weekend.
The foul-mouthed, extremely R-rated Wade Wilson is our newest record-breaking box office hero.
Deadpool bowed to an estimated $135 million this weekend, becoming the first R-rated movie ever to break $100 million in its opening weekend. Already making back its $58 million production budget
The Writers GuildÂ of America, West and East announced the winners of the 2016 WGA Awards onÂ Saturday. Among the high-profile recipients of the film and TV categories wereÂ Spotlight, The Big Short, Mad Men, Veep, and Mr. Robot.Â
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