'AVENGERS' SETS 2ND WEEKEND RECORD $103.2M – Still #1 … Saturday’s number is about $43.1M after Friday’s was $29.1M for an estimated weekend total of $103.2M with Sunday’s expected $30.9M. That’s down only 50% from its massive opening a week ago. The projected domestic cume now is $373.2M for its first ... 05/12/2012 - 9:20 pm | View Link
BOX OFFICE: Marvel's THE AVENGERS Set For A Record-Breaking $104M In The Second Weekend Saturday’s number is about $44.5M after Friday’s was $29.1M for an estimated weekend total of $104M. UPDATE: Exhibitor Relations is reporting $103.1M, still the best 2nd weekend in history: Marvel's THE AVENGERS continues to amaze: $103.1M in its ... 05/12/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Box-Office Powerhouse ‘The Avengers’ KOs Johnny Depp A $29.1M Friday puts "The Avengers" on track for another $100M ... That's at the low end of expectations for the female-skewing Johnny Depp-Tim Burton collaboration, which is also opening in 42 overseas territories this weekend. Sony's "Think Like A ... 05/12/2012 - 8:28 am | View Link
AVENGERS About to Become Third-Ever $600 Million Movie Update, 5/12: The box office trackers are all reporting Disney estimates The Avengers made $29.1m at the North American box office Friday, putting it on pace to possibly reach $100m in its second weekend, which would be the first time any film has ever ... 05/6/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Box Office: $48 Million Tops ... OPENING: The Fault In Our Stars (FOX), beyond expectations with around $48M after 52% Saturday slide; Edge Of Tomorrow (WBros.), won’t crack $30M and expected at No. 3. 09/17/2014 - 12:54 pm | View Website
We're nearing that time of the year where the retail releases begin to overshadow the downloadable ones. That's on display here as Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is the biggest release of the week that you can pay for. Naturally, the most exciting item on this list is the Smash Bros.
The duo’s “Moon” shone once again during a return engagement in 2001, and now they’re back to open ACT’s season with a victory lap they like to call “Old Hats.”
Whether they’re performing hat tricks, ribbing each other or performing a good, old-fashioned vaudeville dance, they do everything with a polish and precision that makes everything look natural and easy.
For this show, directed with verve by Tina Landau, they have a special weapon in the person of Shaina Taub, who contributes original songs and plays with the four-piece band.
Shiner, whose style has always been a little more bitter to Irwin’s sweet, has a particular genius for working with audience members, and a has-been magician routine in Act 1 only whets the appetite for the feast that comes in Act 2.
 they break the silence in a bit with Taub where they sing show tunes, quote “Hamlet” and take a quick (and wonderful) trip through the voices of “The Wizard of Oz” before tantalizing us with a taste of “Who’s on First?”