Can THE AVENGERS Beat HARRY POTTER’s Box Office Record? [UPDATED: Yes] making it second only to the $91 million take scored by last year’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. That franchise closer currently holds the number one spot on the All-Time weekend chart, but does The Avengers have a shot at dethroning ... 03/1/2014 - 10:29 am | View Link
BOX OFFICE: MEN IN BLACK 3 Tracking Lower Than Expected But Will Beat THE AVENGERS While Men in Black 3 will definitely take the #1 spot from Marvel's The Avengers this weekend, Deadline now reports ... The studio also claim some very strong openings overseas, with a $3.5 million first day in Russia - that's bigger than the Marvel ... 05/25/2012 - 11:42 pm | View Link
The Avengers Passes $1 Billion Mark Worldwide in 19 Days! Walt Disney Pictures reports that Marvel’s The Avengers is expected to cross the $1 billion global box office mark today on its 19th day of release! It will be the first Marvel film and fifth Disney release to reach $1 billion. Domestically, the Joss ... 05/13/2012 - 5:24 am | View Link
The Avengers Will Cross $300 Million and Claim 2nd Weekend Record With Walt Disney Pictures reporting another $29 million estimated gross for Marvel's The Avengers for Friday, the movie has grossed $299 million to date domestically and is looking to cross the $300 million mark sometime today. It's also looking to destroy ... 05/12/2012 - 4:51 am | View Link
The Avengers Will Cross $300 Million and Claim 2nd Weekend Record With Walt Disney Pictures reporting another $29 million estimated gross for Marvel’s The Avengers for Friday, the movie has grossed $299 million to date domestically and is looking to cross the $300 million mark sometime today. It’s also looking to ... 05/12/2012 - 4:43 am | View Link
Can you ever go back to the past after you've closed the book on it, and would you want to? Will you like what you find there?
These are not just the central questions in the movie "Veronica Mars," which premiered yesterday at SXSW, but questions that filmmaker Rob Thomas, his cast, and the audience who enjoyed the three-season TV series have addressed.
We may have a whole season of "Mad Men" left in front of us -- or more accurately, two half seasons -- but AMC gave audiences their first glimpse at the cable network's future Saturday morning at SXSW. "Halt and Catch Fire" set a high standard for the new Episodics category with a riveting hour of carefully choreographed television.