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‘Mission: Impossible’ Maintains Hold On Box Office

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Paramount’s Mission: Impossible — Fallout fell just 43 percent in its sophomore outing to $35 million from 4,395 North American theaters over the weekend. That’s well ahead of the $25 million earned by Disney’s Winnie the Pooh live-action/CGI effort Christopher Robin from 3,602 locations in its launch. Fallout is a major …

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Mission Impossible 6 Tops Box Office

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The latest Mission: Impossible movie took the top spot in its box-office debut over the weekend. Paramount and Skydance’s Mission: Impossible — Fallout opened to $61.5 million from 4,306 theaters in North America, a franchise-high and the second-best of Cruise’s career behind 2005’s War of the Worlds ($64.9 million), not adjusted for …

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Chadwick Boseman Boards Action-Thriller ’17 BRIDGES’ From Robert Simonds’ STXfilms

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STXfilms announced that Chadwick Boseman, the breakout star of this year’s blockbuster hit Black Panther, will star in and produce the studio’s upcoming action-thriller 17 BRIDGES alongside his writing and producing partner Logan Coles. Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are set to produce and Mike Larocca will executive produce …

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Funimation Acquires New Dragon Ball Super Movie For Theatrical Distribution January 2019 In U.S. And Canada

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Earth’s mightiest Saiyan Goku is set to return to U.S. and Canadian theaters with today’s announcement that Funimation Films has acquired the theatrical rights to the new Dragon Ball Super movie, entitled “Dragon Ball Super: Broly”. This is the twentieth film in the Dragon Ball franchise and is based on the …

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‘Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom’ Devours Competition

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Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom easily dunked the competition in its second weekend, grossing $60 million in North America as it roars toward the $1 billion mark globally. Jurassic World 2, however, continues trailing notably behind 2015’s Jurassic World, which finished its sophomore outing with a domestic total of $402.8 million after …

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