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Jean-Luc Godard's 3D "Goodbye to Language" grossed $11,448 in two New York theaters in its first two days after opening Wednesday. With a per screen average for $5,724, it beat films with far higher ad buys and advance theater bookings from companies such as Fox Searchlight ("Dom Hemingway"), Sony Pictures Classics ("Kill Your Darlings"), Cohen Media ("My Old Lady") and Paramount ("Men, Women and Children") over the past year.
How do you gain media buzz during a crowded awards race when your movie isn't finished yet?
Both Twentieth Century Fox and Paramount are solving that problem by screening footage of their incomplete movies. Fox has invited media over to the lot to see 37 minutes from the Bible epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings" (december 11) starring Christian Bale (who participated in one Q & A) and Joel Edgerton as Moses and Ramses, respectively, hosted on video by director Ridley Scott.
"Mulholland Drive" revisitations abound this Halloween week, as bloggers want to reclaim the film's status as a truly great 21st century horror movie. But the standout of the pack is a Vulture interview with actress Bonnie Aarons, a.k.a the scary bum behind Winkie's Diner in the film's hallucinatory early scenes.