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‘The Ice Road’ Trailer: Liam Neeson Leads A Dangerous Rescue Mission On Netflix

Who could have predicted after 2008’s “Taken” that Liam Neeson would overtake the likes of Bruce Willis and Jason Statham as Hollywood’s favorite action hero? As the Irish actor approaches 70, he shows no signs of slowing down his penchant for hard-hitting movies either.Read More: Netflix Unveils Massive Summer Slate Teaser Trailer: New Films With […]

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Korea Box Office: ‘Soul’ and ‘Demon Train’ Repeat as ‘Space Sweepers’ Wins Online

Pixar animation “Soul” and Japanese anime “Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train” held station at the top of the South Korean box office for the second successive weekend.Still heavily under the influence of Covid conditions, nationwide overall takings remained anemic. The most recent weekend total weighed in at just $3.63 million, down from $3.92 million […]

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Liam Neeson’s ‘The Marksman’ Holds No.1 With $2 Million In Its Second Week; ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Nears $150 Million Globally; And Bond Postponement Leads To More Date-Shuffling

In another sluggish session at the domestic box office, Liam Neeson once again proved to be Mr. Reliable by holding onto the top spot for the second straight weekend with his latest outing, The Marksman. The PG-13-rated border thriller from indie studio Open Road Films put $2 million into its crosshairs, edging out a soft […]

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Box Office: Liam Neeson’s ‘The Marksman’ Ends ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Reign

If time is a flat circle, then it’s only fitting that a second under-the-radar Liam Neeson movie is ruling over the U.S. box office during the pandemic. Months after his action thriller “Honest Thief” led domestic charts, another Neeson (you guessed it!) action thriller “The Marksman” has debuted at No. 1 with $3.2 million in […]

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Liam Neeson Is the Pandemic-Era Movie Star With ‘The Marksman’ as Another #1

The box office is in a fallow period, but Liam Neeson prevails. He opened two films at #1 over the last four months; a few weeks ago, a decade-old Neeson title topped Netflix’s movie chart. Not bad for a 68-year-old actor who was Oscar nominated for “Schindler’s List” but is now one-man action/thriller brand.“The Marksman” […]

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A Reduced-Price ‘Tenet’ and PVOD Debut ‘Fatale’ Stand Out in Home Viewing

“Tenet,” which topped Premium VOD charts at $19.99, is seeing a second round of success with its price reduced to $5.99. It took top spot at both Apple TV and Google Play (both of which rank by transactions), and as #4 on FandangoNow, which lists by total revenue paid. The thriller “Fatale” with Hilary Swank […]

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With Liam Neeson and ‘The Croods: A New Age,’ Home Viewing Thrives

High-priced titles dominated the charts on New Year’s week with “The Croods: The New Age” leading the way. Sharing the glory was Liam Neeson: “Honest Thief,” a former theatrical/PVOD title, now thrives at $4.99, while Neeson’s 2011 Warner Bros. thriller “Unknown” is currently #1 at Netflix.The thriving home-viewing market also includes “Soul” (Disney+ only) and […]

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Holiday Cheer, New and Old, Leads VOD and Netflix Charts

Even as Covid-19 reduces travel, the public is in a holiday mood. Along with anecdotal reports of near-record Christmas tree sales and an increase of home-lighting displays, we say 11 Christmas-related films flourish this week on VOD and streaming charts. This includes some overlap between home viewing and theaters, as well as some oddball trends […]

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International box office: ‘The Witches’ hits $10m; ‘Demon Slayer’ closes in on $200m in Japan

‘Rams’, ‘Radioactive’ and ’Honest Thief” liven up the reopened Australian market.‘The Witches’ posts $3.5m in second sessionWith cinemas now closed again across most of Europe, Warner Bros will be pretty happy with a decline of just 29% for The Witches in its second session. Robert Zemeckis’s new version of the Roald Dahl tale grossed an […]

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Entertainment One Kids Title ‘Two by Two: Overboard!’ Knocks ‘Tenet’ Off U.K., Ireland Box Office Perch

Entertainment One U.K.’s animated kids title “Two by Two: Overboard!,” released to coincide with the school half-term holidays, debuted at the top of the U.K./Ireland box office with £329,265, according to final numbers from Comscore.The film is a sequel to 2015 hit “All Creatures Big and Small,” and is also known by the title “Ooops […]

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