WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES AUG 11-13

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “Annabelle: Creation” $35 Million

2. “Dunkirk” $11.4 Million

3. “The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature” $8.9 Million

4. “The Dark Tower” $7.9 Million

5. “The Emoji Movie” $6.6 Million

6. “Girls Trip” $6.5 Million

7. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $6.1 Million

8. “Kidnap” $5.2 Million

9. “The Glass Castle” $4.8 Million

10. “Atomic Blonde” $4.5 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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FAREWELL AND R.I.P. TO HARUO NAKAJIMA!

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HARUO NAKAJIMA 1929-2017

Heartbreaking news for Godzilla fans all over the world as original Godzilla suitmation actor Haruo Nakajima has passed away at age 88! Najaima played the world’s most famous radioactive behemoth from the original Gojira in 1954 up to and including Godzilla vs Gigan in 1972. Nakajima also worked with Akira Kurosawa playing roles in Seven Samurai and Hidden Fortress.

As a huge Godzilla fan myself, it was an honor and a dream come true when I met him at the Chiller Theater convention in 1994 and he signed my Gojira fortieth anniversary Japanese laser disc box set. It is a memory I’ll never forget and an heirloom I will always cherish!-MZNJ

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A cherished keepsake signed by the legend himself!

-MonsterZero NJ

Sources: internet

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES AUG 4-6

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “The Dark Tower” $19.5 Million

2. “Dunkirk” $17.6 Million

3. “The Emoji Movie” $12.3

4. “Girls Trip” $11.4 Million

5. “Kidnap” $10 Million

6. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $8.8 Million

7. “Atomic Blonde” $8.2 Million

8. “Detroit” $7.25

9. “War for the Planet of the Apes” $6 Million

10. “Despicable Me 3” $5.3 Million

 

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES JULY 28-30

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “Dunkirk” $28.1 Million

2. “The Emoji Movie” $25.6

3. “Girls Trip” $20 Million

4. “Atomic Blonde” $18.5 Million

5. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $13.4 Million

6. “War for the Planet of the Apes” $10.3 Million

7. “Despicable Me 3” $7.7 Million

8. “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” $6.8 Million

9. “Baby Driver” $3.4 Million

10. “Wonder Woman” $3.5 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES JULY 21-23

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “Dunkirk” $50.5 Million

2. “Girls Trip” $30.3 Million

3. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $22 Million

4. “War for the Planet of the Apes” $20.4 Million

5. “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” $17 Million

6. “Despicable Me 3” $12.7 Million

7. “Baby Driver” $6 Million

8. “The Big Sick” $5 Million

9. “Wonder Woman” $4.6 Million

10. “Wish Upon” $2.4 Million

 

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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FAREWELL AND R.I.P. MARTIN LANDAU!

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MARTIN LANDAU 1928-2017

We lost another legendary talent yesterday. Actor Martin Landau passed away at age 89. He was a long time veteran of TV and film work, including appearing on Mission: Impossible and the British sci-fi show Space:1999. Horror fans will remember him most for his oscar winning portrayal of legendary boogieman Bela Lugosi in Tim Burton’s Ed Wood. He appeared in a few other horror flicks, too, such as Without Warning and Alone In The Dark. Landau enjoyed an acting career lasting almost 60 years with his last film, The Last Poker Game, being released earlier this year.

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-MonsterZero NJ

Sources: internet

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FAREWELL AND R.I.P. TO THE LEGENDARY GEORGE A. ROMERO!

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GEORGE ANDREW ROMERO 1940-2017

Tragic and heartbreaking news as legendary horror director George A. Romero has lost his battle with lung cancer and passed away today at age 77. Romero may not have invented zombies, but his take on them, in the classic Night of the Living Dead, turned them into their own genre and his portrayal of them is imitated and still inspires to this very day. He made a few studio films, but remained an independent filmmaker for most of his life and career. He is immortalized in his work and will always be celebrated as one of the greatest horror film directors of all time! Farewell and RIP George!

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-MonsterZero NJ

Sources: internet

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES JULY 14-16

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “War for the Planet of the Apes” $56.5 Million

2. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $45.2 Million

3. “Despicable Me 3” $18.9 Million

4. “Baby Driver” $8.75 Million

5. “The Big Sick” $7.6 Million

6. “Wonder Woman” $6.9 Million

7. “Wish Upon” $5.6 Million

8. “Cars 3” $3.2 Million

9. “Transformers: The Last Knight” $2.8 Million

10. “The House” $1.8 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES JULY 7-9

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” $117 Million

2. “Despicable Me 3” $34 Million

3. “Baby Driver” $12.75 Million

4. “Wonder Woman” $10.1 Million

5. “Transformers: The Last Knight” $6.3 Million

6. “Cars 3” $5.6 Million

7. “The House” $4.8 Million

8. “The Big Sick” $3.6 Million

9. “47 Meters Down” $2.8 Million

10. “The Beguiled” $2 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES JUNE 30-JULY 2

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

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1. “Despicable Me 3” $75.4 Million

2. “Baby Driver” $21 Million

3. “Transformers: The Last Knight” $17 Million

4. “Wonder Woman” $16.1 Million

5. “Cars 3” $9.5 Million

6. “The House” $9 Million

7. “The Beguiled” $3.25 Million

8. “The Mummy” $2.8 Million

9. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” $2.4 Million

10. “All Eyez on Me” $1.9 Million

source: Box Office Mojo

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