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Harry Knowles saw a bit of Star Trek

Harry Knowles from aintitcoolnews.com reports of his first tasting of the Star Trek film directed by J.J. Abrhams (Lost, Mission Impossible III) due out on May 8, 2009.

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He’s Just Not that Into You – Opens 2/6/09

Banking on love being in the air, Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will release the star-studded romantic comedy “He’s Just Not That Into You” nationwide on Friday, February 6, 2009. He’s Just Not That Into You is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, who worked together as a writer […]

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Update: Transformers – Rise of the Fallen

Are you foaming at the mouth for news on the Transformers sequel? Well here’s some new stuff …

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Justin Long joins Michael Cera in “Youth to Revolt”

“Youth in Revolt” is the irreverent story about the wild adventures of a teenage boy named Nick Twisp who meets the girl of his dreams while on a family vacation and has to turn his life and the lives of all those around him upside down in order to be with her.

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Box Office Review – June 22, 2008

WEEKEND TOP 5 STUDIO ESTIMATES, JUNE 20-22, 2008

Rank. Movie Title (Distributor)
Weekend Gross | Theaters | Total Gross | Week #
1. Get Smart (Warner Bros.)
$39.2 million | 3,911 | $39.2 million | 1
2. Kung Fu Panda (Paramount (DreamWorks))
$21.7 million | 4,053 | $155.6 million | 3
3. The Incredible Hulk (Universal)
$21.6 million | 3,508 | $96.5 million | 2
4. The Love Guru (Paramount)
$14.0 million | 3,012 | $14.0 million | 1
5. The Happening (Fox)
$10.0 million | 2,986 | $50.3 million | 2

Source: Box Office Mojo (www.boxofficemojo.com)

Wow. Mike Myers supposedly has an uncontrollable ego (EW article) and this beating can’t help. A distant second for the “comedy event of the summer.” Not likely. It will be curious if this kills more Austin Powers or makes him

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Box Office Preview – June 20, 2008

Two big comedies are fighting it out this weekend, but one has more action than the other, and that should spell a victory (that and about 3000 more screens).

Get Smart, the update of the TV series starring Steve Carrell will open on 6,500 screen and therefore, win the box office. Love Guru, starring Mike Myers will beg for your attention on 3,700 screens. Ignore it.

Weekend Predictions:

1. ‘Get Smart’ – $38.1 million
2. ‘The Love Guru’ – $23.5 million
3. ‘The Incredible Hulk’ – $22.0 million
4. ‘Kung Fu Panda’ – $21.5 million
5. ‘The Happening’ – $11.0 million

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