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  • Ceauntay

    FRIDAY AM UPDATE: WB's Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald exploded onto the scene last night, delivering $9.1 million in Thursday night preview grosses from approximately 3,300 locations. While this is larger than the $8.75 million Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them took in from previews, Grindelwald did begin Thursday previews an hour earlier than its predecessor and the $9.1 million also includes As part of a Global event, we'll be in ~48 territories including the US and Canada. Domestically we'll be a fan event that took place on Tuesday night in ~600 locations.

    In addition to domestic previews, Grindelwald continued its international roll out yesterday, adding an additional 45 markets, pushing the film's two day total to $31…

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  • Ceauntay

    Hollywood's obsession with reviving dormant film franchises was met with mixed messages at the weekend box office beginning with yet another huge hit Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death, which dominated $95 million from 4,194 theaters.

    The third installment debuted lower than The New Resolution ($120 million), but still bigger than The New Beginning ($76.4 million).

    Directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the last four Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, the sequel stars returning young actors as the heroes (Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short) as they face with yet another challenge in their lives.

    Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death earns a 92% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, best rating yet …

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  • Ceauntay
    Marcus Scribner as Kurtis, Cameron Boyce as Devin and G. Hannelius as Brooke in Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (2016)

    Rita Christensen has made another surprise announcement on the update for the Jane Hoop Elementary spin-off sequel series, Heroes Forever.

    The announcement is reported that the series finale of the Heroes Forever films will not be made into two parts, but will instead be made into only single films. Christensen also announced the fourth film's official title as Heroes Forever: The Battle of Time.

    The Battle of Time has wrapped up filming last month and is scheduled to arrive in theaters on November 15, 2019. The fifth untitled film is currently in development and is scheduled for a November 13, 2020 release.

    You can Heroes Forever: Th…

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death got off a strong start once again earning $40 million, pushing to a $95 million debut for it's weekend debut.

    Friday's gross will including a $8.75 million, the lowest Thursday night debut for the franchise, but will still dominate a solid opening.

    Directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the last four Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, the sequel stars returning young actors as the heroes (Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short) as they face with yet another challenge in their lives.

    Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death earns a 92% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, best rating yet in the series yet.

    In North America, Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death

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  • Ceauntay

    FRIDAY AM UPDATE: Paramount Pictures' Paramount's Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death got off a solid start earning $8.75 million from Thursday night previews, which began at 6PM from 3,800+ theaters. This is on par with other films such as Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which earned $8.75 million before debuting to $74 million in it's opening weekend.

    Illumination and Universal Pictures's Dr. Seuss' The Grinch grossed $2.2 million in previews from 3,200 theaters last night, with showings beginning at 6PM. The performance matches previews for The LEGO Batman Movie, which opened with $53 million while also $500k ahead of Zootopia, which delivered a $75 million debut.

    Paramount's Overlord delivers $900,000 from previews last night in 2,330 loc…

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death will be opening a monster opening weekend, making the franchise to once again have another blockbuster hit as it will most likely earn a solid $40 million opening day, and a $90 million-plus weekend, according to early runs.

    Friday's gross will including a $8.75 million, the lowest Thursday night debut for the franchise, but will still dominate a solid opening.

    Directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the last four Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, the sequel stars returning young actors as the heroes (Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short) as they face with yet another challenge in their lives.

    Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death earns a 92%…

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death is expected to earn yet another big debut this weekend as it project to earn $90 million in the North America debut, plus a $230 million-plus global debut.

    Directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the last four Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, the sequel stars returning young actors as the heroes (Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short) as they face with yet another challenge in their lives.

    Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death earns a 92% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, best rating yet in the series yet.

    On Wednesday, the sequel open to $8.5 million from only four foreign markets, which debut significantly lower than previous films Heroes Forever…

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  • Ceauntay
    Emma Watson, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010), plays Hermione Granger in all eight Harry Potter films.

    Emma Watson is well known on playing Hermione Granger in blockbuster film Harry Potter created by J. K. Rowling. This year, she is gracefully welcome to be part of the anticipating Jane Hoop Elementary spin-off series with the third installment Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death portraying as new character Cera, owner of Morphin the Power as Dacia's replacement following her death.


    Emma Watson will be joining in the Jane Hoop Elementary team with the spin-off third installment Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death.

    Watson praises saying: "it feels like I am doing Harry Potter again. When you see the series that start to grow, it make…


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  • Ceauntay

    October has proven to be a surprisingly solid month at the box office, and November releases “Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death”, “The Grinch” and “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” hope to keep the end of the year going strong.

    Rita Christensen and Paramount Pictures third installment “Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death”, opens on Nov. 9, is projecting to earn anywhere between $90 million to $100 million.

    Universal and Illumination are getting in on the holiday spirit early when “The Grinch” opens on Nov. 9. Early tracking shows the animated family film, based on Dr. Seuss’ classic Christmas tale, is heading for a start between $50 million and $60 million.

    This is the third Grinch adaptation following the 1966 TV special and the 2000 feature wi…

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  • Ceauntay

    The first tracking for Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death is on the boards. Opening two weeks from tonight on the evening of Nov. 8, Paramount Pictures projects that the third installment would open around $90 million. Bad news is that would be $20 million below the $120.1m debut of Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death, but good news is it would be $14 million above the $76.4 million debut Heroes Forever: The New Beginning premiered two years ago.

    Last year, The New Resolution remains as one of the most successful film in the Jane Hoop Elementary spin-off franchise entitling Heroes Forever (well known as Rita Christensen's Superhero World brand) legging $292m debut and $930m worldwide last year. The New Beginning legged $245m and $830m worldwide two year…

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  • Ceauntay

    This week’s report breaks down the third weekend of November, currently slated to see the continuation of Rita Christensen's Jane Hoop Elementary spin off series and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter prequel series. We also offer up tentative projections for two original films opening the same weekend.

    Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death

    • Opening Weekend Range: $90 - 100 million

    Hoopsters will once again united with the third installment of sequel/spin-off film in the series. The 2016 first film earned $245 million and roses $855 million globally and the 2017 sequel earned $292 million and roses $930 million globally.

    The sequel series performed just like the Jane Hoop Elementary films. The first film earned $76.4 million, as the second film earned $120.2 …

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  • Ceauntay

    In it's 16th weekend since it's June 1 release, Warner Bros. Sonic Boom: The Movie has passed a new milestone globally.

    After earning $90.2 million so far 16 weeks after it's debut, the film roses up to $110.5 million, bringing up to $200.7 million worldwide against it's $35 million budget.

    Sonic Boom: The Movie will arrive on DVD on October 2, as it will be available on Digital HD tomorrow.

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  • Ceauntay

    Universal and Amblin's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom did notably better than expected in its U.S. debut with $150 million, but still didn't roar as loudly as its predecessor. Globally, the dinos have already grossed more than $700 million, putting the summer tentpole on course to join the billion-dollar club.

    The sequel easily won the weekend ahead of Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2, which earned $81.9 million to boast the biggest second weekend ever for an animated film and one of the largest for any film. Incredibles 2 finished Sunday with a mighty 10-day cume of $350.3 million and an early worldwide tally of $485 million after earning another $56.8 million overseas from its first 28 markets.

    There's no doubt that Universal and Steven Spielbe…

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  • Ceauntay

    Proving that fanboy-centric tentpoles aren't the only summer box-office jewels, the female-fronted Ocean's 8 opened over the weekend to a series-best $41.5 million from 4,145 theaters to easily place No. 1 in North America.

    Overseas, the pic grossed $12.2 million from its first 16 markets, many of them in Latin America, for a global start of $53.7 million.

    The movie's debut is a victory for the slew of gender-swapping spinoffs and remakes being plotted by Hollywood studios, and launches two years after the big-budget, female-led Ghostbusters reboot ultimately lost money despite a $46 million opening.

    From Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow, Ocean's 8 stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rih…

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  • Ceauntay

    Sonic the Hedgehog enjoyed yet another performance to the big screen as Warner Bros. Sonic Boom: The Movie took down Solo: A Star Wars Story post Memorial Day weekend earning $32.3 million.

    The action comedy also performed $14 million overseas currently, putting it's total to $46.3 million globally so far. There is more to come when film arrives in the UK on June 29, and in Australia not until July 26.

    This may be the smallest opening for a Sonic the Hedgehog theatrical film, but it is still good enough to take the top spot taking down blockbuster flop Solo from last weekend. Despite mixed reviews, the film received a B+ Cinemascore.

    Solo: A Star Wars Story, in its second weekend, continued to lose altitude earning estimated $29.3 million in North Am…

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  • Ceauntay

    We box office pundits get some understandable grief from readers and commentators when we proclaim a new movie after the first three days (or even the first day) of a theatrical release. But this isn’t the early 1990’s, where a buzzy word-of-mouth charmer can more easily overcome a mediocre opening weekend. Theatrical moviegoing is now designed to get as much of the demand filled in those first three days as possible, and post-debut miracles are fewer and far between.

    Yes, the industry does occasionally get leggy wonders like How to Train Your Dragon or The Greatest Showman, crowd-pleasing movies that overcome softer-than-hoped debuts and end up with ridiculous weekend-to-final multipliers. But those are, by far, the exception rather than the …

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  • Ceauntay

    As Disney and Lucasfilms' Solo: A Star Wars Story isn't having a good performance so far compared from last week as Warner Bros. Sonic Boom: The Movie had a chance to rule the weekend post Memorial Day week.

    The ninth Sonic the Hedgehog theatrical film, not including a new installment in the Sonic X blockbuster franchise easily took the top spot for Friday earning $15.4 million from 3,325 locations, now projecting to take the top spot for the weekend with $32 million-$35 million.

    Sonic Boom: The Movie, directed by Natalys Raut-Sieuzac, will have the smallest opening in Sonic the Hedgehog theatrical film series since Sonic X: Curse of Raven Radix in 2007 with $53.2 million, which debut a week after Memorial Day in 2007.

    As Sonic Boom will easily win the…

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  • Ceauntay

    3rd update and writethru, Saturday AM: It’s a truly awful post-Memorial Day weekend, and it’s not because we’re following a high volume period. Any major studio could have programmed a truly big event title here and reversed the marketplace’s fortune for the better, witness Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman a year ago which soared to $103.2M opening, became the highest grossing pic of the summer at $412.5M and broke glass ceilings commercially for a live-action movie by a female director.

    Warner Bros.' ‘Sonic Boom: The Movie’ will enjoy it's wonderful opening weekend this weekend as it is projecting a solid $32M, which will easily take first place. This will be the ninth time that a Sonic the Hedgehog movies scored the number one spot.

    The other wr…

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  • Ceauntay

    Warner Bros. Sonic Boom: The Movie is taking over it's new throne this weekend as it is projecting for a big weekend after earning $2.1 million from it's Thursday night previews projecting a $32 million to $37 million weekend debut.

    Sonic Boom: The Movie, directed by Natalys Raut-Sieuzac, will have the smallest opening in Sonic the Hedgehog theatrical film series since Sonic X: Curse of Raven Radix in 2007 with $53.2 million, which debut a week after Memorial Day in 2007. H

    Meanwhile, Solo: A Star Wars Story is projecting for a close second place grossing $25 million-$27 million for the weekend, a precipitous drop of 68 percent-69 percent, respectively. Solo opened over the long Memorial Day holiday to a disappointing $103 million for the four days…

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  • Ceauntay

    FRIDAY AM UPDATE: Warner Bros.' Sonic Boom: The Movie delivered a strong $2.1 million from Thursday previews from 2,310 locations at 7PM. STX's Adrift delivered $725,000 from Thursday previews last night beginning at 7PM in ~2,260 locations. This falls in line with expectations when compared to the comps used in our weekend preview below as it outperformed all but The Shack, which brought in $850k from previews in 2,500 theaters.

    Paramount's Action Point held a handful of screenings at midnight, but the studio reports those grosses won't be reported separately, but instead just rolled into Friday's gross. BH Tilt's Upgrade did not hold early preview screenings.

    We'll take a closer look at things tomorrow morning once Friday estimates come in. For …

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  • Ceauntay

    Was “Solo: A Star Wars Story’s” disappointing opening a case of franchise fatigue or the result of tentpole overcrowding at the box office? Its sophomore weekend could help crystallize what went wrong and where the “Star Wars” spinoff goes from here.

    A strong holdover from the Han Solo origin story would signal that perhaps moviegoers were still barbecuing or catching up on “Deadpool 2” over the holiday weekend, rather than dismissing the storied franchise’s latest outing. The “Star Wars” installment is eyeing between $50 million and $60 million at the domestic box office over the weekend. Even if it reaches the higher part of that range, it’s unlikely “Solo” will hit the second-weekend totals of its predecessors. The first “Star Wars” anth…

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  • Ceauntay

    May tentpoles Solo: A Star Wars Story and Deadpool 2 and newcomer Sonic Boom: The Movie will easily dominate what's expected to be a quiet post-Memorial Day box office.

    All eyes will be on Solo to see how the tentpole fares in its second weekend following a lackluster debut domestically. From Disney and Lucasfilm, the stand-alone debuted to $84.4 million for the three-day Memorial Day weekend, and to $103 million for the four days.

    Warner Bros.' Sonic Boom: The Movie is expecting to open big coming in a close second place projecting to earn between $30 million to $35 million.

    The film is based on Cartoon Network hit TV series Sonic Boom, which aired in 2014. Sonic the Hedgehog returns to the big screen with his first feature length film since the conclu…

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  • Ceauntay

    In the wake of the best Memorial Day stretch since 2014 with $227.6M, the box office will now go to sleep this weekend.

    While there are wide releases, many of them are counterprogramming options to the event titles out there. Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars Story will pull in a second weekend in the low $30Ms, experiencing a 60% drop (from its $84.4M FSS opening) on par with other event titles during their post Memorial Day weekends, read X-Men: Days of Future Past and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. That’s because this weekend is coming off a beefy Sunday where moviegoing was roughly equal to Saturday’s business. Even if Solo opened higher, it would still likely face a 55%-60% decline.

    Even though Solo will lead all movies again this weekend…

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  • Ceauntay

    While Disney's Solo: A Star Wars Story had no trouble coming away with a box office win over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the movie made more headlines for how it failed to impress, underperforming with a three-day tally of $84.4 million and a four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend total of $103 million. The Star Wars spin-off had the extended holiday weekend all to itself in its debut, but this weekend it will face three newcomers, Warner Bros. Sonic Boom: The Movie, STX Entertainment's Adrift, Paramount's comedy Action Point and Blumhouse Tilt's thriller Upgrade, neither of which will usurp Solo, or even Deadpool 2, most likely, for what could be a rather tame weekend. We're predicting Solo will come out on top with $39.7 million.

    Solo: A Star War…

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  • Ceauntay

    After posting a worse opening weekend than “Justice League” and nearly every “Star Wars” film released since the turn of the century, things are about to get even worse for “Solo: A Star Wars Story” as it faces its second weekend in theaters.

    The spinoff made just $143 million worldwide on its opening weekend, less than half of the $290 million global opening made by the last “Star Wars” anthology film, “Rogue One.” The overseas markets that pushed the last three “Star Wars” releases to more than $1 billion worldwide are simply not showing up to this Han Solo origin story, and that means the film might not even reach the half-billion mark.

    Analysts who spoke to TheWrap said the current estimated range for “Solo”‘s final global total sits at …

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  • Ceauntay

    Sonic Boom: The Movie is approaching to theaters this weekend as it is expected to take off at the weekend box office with $25 million or more from 3,000 plus theaters.

    Though it will be the smallest opening weekend in the Sonic the Hedgehog theatrical films, but it is still a good opening for the world's fastest blue hedgehog.

    Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 scored a huge opening weekend with $144 million back in 2014.

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  • Ceauntay

    Sonic the Hedgehog is heading back to the big screen for his new adventure in Sonic Boom: The Movie.

    The film based on Cartoon Network's hit TV show Sonic Boom is premiere in more than 3,000 theaters, which is a very good amount of theaters it has ever been releasing.

    Sonic and his friends previously had their big adventures before but starring in blockbuster franchise Sonic X starring all eight films which grossed over $4 billion.

    The latest is Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2, which released in 2014 and grossed nearly $1.5 billion worldwide at the box office. For Sonic Boom: The Movie, it is very impossible that this one will do the same as that film did.

    Sonic Boom: The Movie opens in theaters this Friday (June 1).

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  • Ceauntay


    ”Best Friends Reunion” got off a strong start at the box office this Easter weekend, making $45 million rom 3,614 screens.

    That made it a better opening than any Disney Channel hit movies comparing to ”High School Musical : Senior Year”'s $42 million opening weekend in 2008.

    The good news is that it has positive word of mouth on its side. The film has a 62 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, and made waves on social media when it received a standing ovation at SXSW earlier this month.

    Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film an A- grade, with male millennials giving it the highest grade average while female and older audiences gave it an average of B+. Opening night crowds were 64 percent children and 41 percent older the age of 18.

    “Best…


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  • Ceauntay

    ”Best Friends Reunion” got off a strong start at the box office this Easter weekend, making $20.5 million rom 3,614 screens on Friday to put on course for a $45 million three-day weekend.

    That would make it a better opening than any Disney Channel hit movies comparing to ”High School Musical : Senior Year”'s $42 million opening weekend in 2008.

    The good news is that it has positive word of mouth on its side. The film has a 62 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, and made waves on social media when it received a standing ovation at SXSW earlier this month.

    Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film an A- grade, with male millennials giving it the highest grade average while female and older audiences gave it an average of B+. Opening night c…

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  • Ceauntay

    Disney's ”Best Friends Reunion” would most likely enjoy it's fantastic Easter weekend earning a strong $45 to $49 million for that weekend.

    It's been seven years since the series finale of Disney's original hit series ”Best Friends Forever”, and the characters finally reunites to the big screen. It also spun it's film adaptation in 2010 with ”Best Friends Forever: The Movie”.

    With $45 million for ”Best Friends Reunion”, it will have bigger opening than 2008's ”High School Musical 3: Senior Year” ($42 million), 2010's ”Best Friends Forever: The Movie” ($33 million) and 2009's ”Hannah Montana: The Movie” ($32 million).

    ”Best Friends Reunion” had an impressive opening on Thursday night previews with $5 million from 2,600 theaters. It is opening …

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  • Ceauntay

    Best Friend Reunion is bringing back the beloved characters to the silver screen as the pic is projecting a large opening between $45 million to $50 million for it's weekend debut.

    The film, which is based on former Disney's hit TV sitcom Best Friends Forever, which run from 2006 to 2011, arrives into theaters this weekend has also spun a film adaptation with Best Friends Forever: The Movie, which premiered in silver screens back in 2010.

    Best Friends Forever: The Movie previously premiered in 2010 debuted with $33 million, before ending it's run with a total of $80 million in North America, and $165 million globally.

    Best Friends Reunion opens in 3,614 theaters this weekend and stars Josh Hutcherson, Keke Palmer, Chandler Massey (replacing Dylan…

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  • Ceauntay

    They say that the month of March either goes in like a lion and out like a lamb, or vice versa, and, at least from a box office standpoint, the month will seemingly go in like a lion and out like a lion too. The month kicked off with Marvel's Black Panther continuing its epic winning streak with an impressive $66.3 million in its third weekend, with the final weekend of March looking to be easily conquered by newcomers Best Friends Reunion, directed by Duke Johnson. Armed with strong reviews and positive word of mouth, we're predicting a $45.5 million for debut of Best Friends Reunion which will easily be enough to take the top spot from last weekend's holdovers and newcomers Ready Player One, Lionsgate's Tyler Perry's Acrimony and PureFlix's God's…

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  • RB-Man

    Sad News

    March 25, 2018 by RB-Man

    Dear Ceauntay,
    Due to unknown circumstances, I'm leaving Ceauntay Gorden's Junkplace next week.
    You might be wondering why I'm doing this. It's because I'm starting to outgrow this wiki, I've hade a lot off fun here, but it's time I start to work on other wikis. I will return to help on Agents of D.O.G., its sequel and Power Rangers: Green with Evil blogs with 65.24.61.23 and that's it. Even if you beg me to stay, my answer is no. By next Sunday, this is my final decision.
    Goodbye
    RB-Man

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  • RB-Man

    The poster for the 2019 sci-fi, superhero film, Power Rangers: Green with Evil has been announced on March 8, 2019 the film will be the sequel to the 2017 superhero film Power Rangers, and will feature Maze Runner actor Dylan O'Brien as Tommy Oliver a.k.a. the Green Ranger, and Spider-Man's Willem Dafoe as the main antagonist of the film Lord Zedd! Dun! Dun! Dun!
    The film will have a L.A. Premiere on May 10, 2019, along with a U.S. release on May 17, and an international release on the 24th.

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  • RB-Man

    The 2018 film Agents of D.O.G. will be raited PG-13 after is first trailer.

    Agents of D.O.G. is an animated spy film about a 11 year old dog named Gavin joining the D.O.G. Training Academy to not only become a spy, but to find out who killed his parents, and he'll need help from friends and rivals to stop a Khao Manee named Whiskers from taking over the world.

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  • Ceauntay

    Heroes Forever: The New Resolution continues to bring in the box office boast as it hit the new milestone this weekend.

    The second installment of the five-part franchise first starting off with the Jane Hoop Elementary film series passed the $900 million mark globally, bringing it's total to $905 million.

    In North America, it took in $282 million, followed by $623 million in foreign markets currently.

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  • Ceauntay

    The world's most famous superheroes seemingly lost their powers over the weekend as Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment's big-budget Justice League opened to a sorely disappointing $96 million in North America, while a small feel-good movie named Wonder stole the thunder with $27.1 million after galvanizing elementary school kids across the country.

    Justice League posted the lowest domestic opening of any title in the DC Extended Universe, which has yet to match the consistent success of rival Marvel Studios. The superhero mashup is faring better overseas, where it debuted to $185.5 million from 65 markets, including $51.7 million in China, for a global bow of $281.5 million (it had been expected to take in $325 million-plus). The pic is doing no…

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  • Ceauntay

    In another key test for DC Entertainment's extended universe, Justice League is hoping to clear $110 million in its North American box-office debut this weekend.

    That would mark a strong, but not superheroic, start for a big-budget tentpole that once hoped to emulate the success of Marvel Studios' Avengers franchise by assembling the likes of Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) in one movie.

    Justice League is opening simultaneously in most major markets overseas, including China, for a projected global launch upwards of $325 million. It grossed $8.5 million on Wednesday from its first seven markets, including select previews. In Brazil, wh…

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  • Ceauntay

    Heroes Forever: The New Resolution got off an extremely massive start earning a better-than-expected $140.6 million from 4,225 locations.

    The pic now made it the fourth largest opener of 2017 behind Beauty and the Beast ($174 million), Teen Titans 2 ($164 million) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($146 million), and second largest opening in the Jane Hoop Elementary series just behind Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 ($165.2 million), and significantly higher than Heroes Forever: The New Resolution ($76.4 million).

    It also got off a massive start overseas demolishing $214 million, for a global total to $354 million, making it one of the biggest global debut in history.

    The first Heroes Forever film performed a soft $76.4 million on it's open…

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The New Resolution got off a strong start on Friday debuting with $60 million.

    The pic is now on course for a $140 million-plus for weekend total, in it's opening weekend, which would make it the fourth largest opener of 2017 behind Beauty and the Beast ($174 million), Teen Titans 2 ($164 million) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($146 million), and second largest opening in the Jane Hoop Elementary series just behind Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 ($165.2 million), and significantly higher than Heroes Forever: The New Resolution ($76.4 million).

    After adding 20 more foriegn markets, the film's total is now up to $101 million in a record time, for a global total to $161 million. It also had the biggest opening …

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The New Resolution will have a monster opening on at the North America box office Friday projecting $55 million-plus.

    The pic is on course for a $135 million-plus for weekend total, in it's opening weekend, which would make it the fourth largest opener of 2017 behind Beauty and the Beast ($174 million), Teen Titans 2 ($164 million) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($146 million), and second largest opening in the Jane Hoop Elementary series just behind Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 ($165.2 million), and significantly higher than Heroes Forever: The New Resolution ($76.4 million).

    In 2011, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush Part 2 conjures a record breaking $165.1 million in its weekend debut, while Heroes Forev…

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  • Ceauntay

    Paramount's “Heroes Forever: The New Resolution“ got off to a fantastic start debuting $22 million.

    This made it the third largest opening in a universe brand called “Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga“ coming not far behind “Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush (Part One) with $25 million, and far below “Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush (Part Two)“ with $41.1 million.

    The pic is also the second largest opener of 2017 closely behind “Teen Titans 2“ with $23 million back in April.

    This weekend, it should now be pushing its opening weekend total to $125 million-plus from 4,225 locations, the biggest opening weekend of the year since It, $123 million, back in September.

    Fox’s detective drama “Murder on the Orient Express” launched with a solid …

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  • Ceauntay

    2018 Box Office Predictions

    November 10, 2017 by Ceauntay

    These are my predictions for the top 30 films (box office wise) of 2018.

    1. Avengers: Infinity War - $1.6 billion
    2. The Incredibles 2 - $1.3 billion
    3. Heroes Forever 3 - $1.250 billion
    4. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - $1.2 billion
    5. Fantastic Beasts 2 - $1.1 billion
    6. Solo: A Star Wars Story - $900 million
    7. Aquaman - $850 million
    8. Black Panther - $800 million
    9. Deadpool 2 - $750 million
    10. Ready Player One - $700 million
    11. X-Men: Dark Phoenix - $650 million
    12. Ant-Man and the Wasp - $600 million
    13. Bumblebee - $600 million
    14. Mission: Impossible 6 - $550 million
    15. Jungle Book - $500 million
    16. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms - $500 million
    17. New Mutants - $450 million
    18. Ralph Breaks the Internet - $400 million
    19. Pacific Rim: Uprising - $400 million
    20. Hotel Transylvania 3 - $350 million
    21. A Wrinkle in…
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    Paramount's Heroes Forever: The New Resolution got off a powerful start as it plumed in a massive $22 million from 3,825 locations.

    Heroes Forever: The Resolution is directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the first Heroes Forever film, the last four of the Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, and stars Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla, Jake Short, Jeremy Piven, and returning Jane Hoop Elementary stars Blake Brown, Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie and Barbara Blue.

    The pic is 59% higher than the Thursday debut of Heroes Forever: The New Beginning, which debuted with only $9 million. It is also slightly higher than Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland ($21 million) in 2009, but still behind Jane Hoop Elementary: The …

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    Paramount's most anticipated Heroes Forever: The New Resolution is expected to rose the U.S. box office this weekend with $120 million-plus bow, well ahead of the first film.

    Directed by Gary Ross, who also directs the last four Jane Hoop Elementary films and the first The Hunger Games, the sequel stars returning young actors as the heroes (Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short) as they face with yet another challenge in their lives.

    Heroes Forever: The New Resolution boasts a 88% rating from Rotten Tomatoes.

    On Wednesday, the sequel open to $14 million from only seven foreign markets.

    In North America, Heroes Forever: The New Resolution will debut in 4,225 locations including 1,129 IMAX screens worldwide and 4,020…

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    "Heroes Forever: The New Resolution" got off an impressive start after bowing $14 million on its opening day from foreign release on Wednesday.

    Its only $2 million higher than "Heroes Forever: The New Beginning" last year, but still an impressive start. Large opening days include Australia ($3 million), France ($2 million), Belgium ($560,200), and Sweden ($2.2 million). Paramount Pictures' second picture that takes place in the "Jane Hoop Elementary" world with new faces, starring Cameron Boyce, Marcus Scribner and G. Hannelius. Blake Brown, Ben Linkin and Amy Tammie are back in this installment.

    In the US, "Heroes Forever 2" is projected to bow $125 million or more on it's opening weekend.

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    ”Heroes Forever: The New Resolution” will be a very colorful welcome back with original stars from the ”Jane Hoop Elementary” film series despite their absences from the first film ”Heroes Forever: The New Resolution” as it is expected to have a monster opening at the North American box office this weekend.

    The second ”Heroes Forever” movie is projected to take it at least $125 million, which would make it the fifth-biggest launch of 2017. The flick has a 86% rating from Rotten Tomatoes.

    With that amount, this will make it third-biggest launch of the ”Jane Hoop Elementary” behind both parts of ”The Final Rush”. If higher, than second-largest. In 2011, ”The Final Rush Part 2” debuts with $165 million, while ”The New Begininng” delivers the s…

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    “Heroes Forever: The New Resolution“ will continue the story for five of the heroes' children films, but will also be bringing back the original heroes in a new adventure.

    The film will likely grab a significant $115 million to $125 million from more than 4,100 locations. If higher than expectations, this would make it the second largest debut in the Jane Hoop Elementary Hoop series. Its also a larger opening than the first film made last year with just a hefty $76 million.

    The superhero adventure could open around more than $200 million.

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    We saw seven films this year that open around $100 million. They are Beauty and the Beast at $174 million in March, Teen Titans 2 with $164 million in April, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 with $146 million in May, Wonder Woman with $103 million in June, Spider-Man: Homcoming with $117 million in July, It with $123 million in September and finally Thor: Ragnarok with $122 million over the weekend.

    This weekend Heroes Forever: The New Resolution opens, but question will it open around that range? And another question, how big it will be at the box office? The second film in a new generation of Jane Hoop Elementary films following last year's Heroes Forever: The New Beginning may open greater than the first film did last year.

    Heroes Forever: The New Beginning previou…

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    We saw seven films this year that open around $100 million. They are Beauty and the Beast at $174 million in March, Teen Titans 2 with $164 million in April, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 with $146 million in May, Wonder Woman with $103 million in June, Spider-Man: Homcoming with $117 million in July, It with $123 million in September and finally Thor: Ragnarok with $122 million over the weekend.

    This weekend Heroes Forever: The New Resolution opens, but question will it open around that range? And another question, how big it will be at the box office? The second film in a new generation of Jane Hoop Elementary films following last year's Heroes Forever: The New Beginning may open greater than the first film did last year.

    Heroes Forever: The New Beginning previou…

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