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‘Doctor Strange 2’ tops global box office, reaches 688m after two weekends; ‘Firestarter’ fizzles with 5.9m debut

Doctor Strange took a big tumble in its second session, dropping 67.5 at the North America box office.Worldwide Box Office May 13-15RankFilm(distributor)3-day(world)Cume(world)3-day(int’l)Cume(int’l)Territories1.Doctor Strange 2(Disney)144.5m 688.1m 83.5m 396.2m 50 2.The Bad Guys(Universal)13.6m 165.6m 6.7m 99.3m 67 3;Sonic TheHedgehog 2(Paramount)9.9m 362.9m 5.3m 187.2m 62 4;FantasticBeasts 3(Warner Bros)6.3m 376m 3.9m 286m 75 5.Firestarter(Universal)5.9m 5.9m 2.1m 2.1m 41 6.The […]

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‘Doctor Strange 2’ tops global box office with 450m, delivers biggest opening of 2022

After just one weekend of play, ’Multiverse Of Madness’ is a long way towards matching the total global gross of 2016’s ’Doctor Strange’.Worldwide box office May 6-8RankFilm(distributor)3-day(world)Cume(world)3-day(int’l)Cume(int’l)Territories1.Doctor Strange 2(Disney)450m 450m 265m 265m 50 2.The BadGuys(Universal)17m 148.1m 7.2m 90.6m 65 3.FantasticBeasts 3(Warner Bros)14.8m 363.7m 10.8m 277.7m 75 4.Sonic TheHedgehog 2(Paramount)14.4m 349.4m 8.2m 179.5m 62 5.The Lost […]

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No Time To Die Director Cary Fukunaga Describes The Last-Minute Scramble Of Replacing Danny Boyle

In addition to directing “No Time to Die,” Cary Fukunaga is serving as one of four credited co-writers on it, along with “Fleabag” luminary Phoebe Waller-Bridge and James Bond series veterans Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. The film has already been released in the U.K. and it’s coming to U.S. theaters on October 8, 2021, but […]

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UniFrance’s Rendez-Vous to Host Virtual Showcase of New French Films

UniFrance, the organization in charge of promoting French cinema worldwide, is set to showcase nearly 70 completed movies, including 30 market premieres, at the virtual 23rd edition of its Rendez-Vous With French Cinema (Jan. 13-15), a key market for the export of French movies.The Rendez-Vous will kick off with Eric Besnard’s 18th-century-set drama “Delicieux” (pictured) […]

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