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Gary Dauberman Talks ‘Swamp Thing,’ ‘Salem’s Lot,’ ‘It: Chapter 2,’ ‘Annabelle Comes Home’ and More [Interview]

Gary Dauberman has moved up in James Wan’s crew. He’s written the three Annabelle movies and makes his directorial debut on Annabelle Comes Home. He also produced The Curse of La Llorona and wrote and produced The Nun. He’s also co-created DC Universe’s new Swamp Thing streaming series, which Wan produced via his Atomic Monster […]

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Movie Theater Traumatizes Children by Accidentally Playing ‘La Llorona’ Instead of ‘Detective Pikachu’

If ever you find yourself in a movie theater to see a family-friendly film and are greeted by trailers for R-rated horror movies, turn back — something may have gone terribly wrong. Moviegoers in Montreal hoping to see “Detective Pikachu” learned that the hard way on Thursday night when a mistake led to “The Curse […]

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The Curse of La Llorona review – supernatural sleepover fodder

This unscary, 70s-set horror about a child-killing ghost is a formulaic genre dirgeThere’s something scarily inconsequential about fright flick The Curse of La Llorona, a formulaic slab of supernatural dirge destined to be forgotten by year’s, or perhaps even month’s, end.Not technically part of the blockbusting Conjuring franchise yet linked via an awkward, silly anecdote […]

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Movie Talk: Counting Down the Best McU Credits Scenes Before ‘Avengers: Endgame’

On today’s episode of Collider Movie Talk, John Rocha, Haleigh Foutch and Jay Washington discuss the following: The Curse of La Llorona scares up a higher than expected $26.5M opening weekend haul, but tops a box office that’s the slowest Easter weekend in 14 years. The panel lists their favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe post-credits scenes […]

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‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Scares Up Easter Weekend Win [Box Office]

It’s the calm before the storm weekend, and Warner Bros./New Line has two success stories coming out of Easter. First up, “The Conjuring” series keeps posting results. The sixth film in the series (‘Conjuring 3’ doesn’t come out until 2020), “The Curse of La Llorona,” a horror spin-off from the series won the weekend singlehandedly […]

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‘The Curse Of La Llorona’ rules anaemic Us Easter session

Faith-based drama Breakthrough does well in third place.New Line horror The Curse Of La Llorona opened top of North American box office via Warner Bros on an estimated $26.5m as all the releases combined for the worst Easter box office performance in 14 years.Even though the latest film to emerge from The Conjuring Universe surpassed […]

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‘Curse of La Llorona’ Tops International Box Office With $30 Million

Warner Bros. and New Line’s “The Curse of La Llorona” led the way at the international box office, summoning $30 million when it opened in 71 foreign markets.The supernatural thriller collected $26.5 million in North America for a global start of $56.5 million. “La Llorona,” based on the Mexican folklore about the Weeping Woman, had […]

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Led by ‘The Curse of La Llorona,’ This Easter Box Office is the Worst In a Quarter Century

With total grosses this weekend around $110 million, “Avengers: Endgame” can’t come soon enough. In attendance, it’s the worst Easter weekend since at least 1994 — a period when the North American population was 20% less than what it is today.It also marks the 13th weekend out of 16 so far in 2019 in which […]

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Box Office: ‘Curse of La Llorona’ Wins Worst Easter Weekend in Over a Decade

Warner Bros. and New Line’s “The Curse of La Llorona” ascended to the top of domestic box office charts, conjuring $26.5 million when it opened in 3,372 North American theaters.“La Llorona” is the latest horror movie to outperform expectations, further cementing the genre as a reliable box office draw. Even so, “La Llorona” and other […]

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Friday Box Office: ‘Curse of La Llorona’ Impresses with $11.8 Million

In a surprise to pretty much no one, a New Line Cinema horror movie performed well at the box office on Friday. The 1970s-set thriller The Curse of La Llorona—which is kinda-sorta-not-really a Conjuring-verse movie—pulled in $11.8 million on Friday at the box office and is heading for a weekend tally around $25 million. That’s […]

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