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Jennifer Lopez & Alex O'Loughlin Tops + Zoe Saldana Flops

Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-up Plan
Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin star in Alan Poul's The Back-up Plan (top)

April 29 update: Starring Alex O'Loughlin and Jennifer Lopez, Alan Poul's romantic comedy The Back-up Plan remained at the top of the North American box office chart on Wednesday, earning $832K (-18.7 percent) according to figures found at Box Office Mojo.

Featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, and Gerard Butler, How to Train Your Dragon grossed $737,000 at #2.

At #3, the Aaron Johnson adventure flick Kick-Ass drew $703,000, followed by the Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy of errors Date Night, up one spot, with $656,000.

Down one spot, The Losers, starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Chris Evans, took in $617,000 at #5. Next in line was Louis Leterrier's 3D fantasy adventure Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, with $581K.

Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's Oceans was #7, with $570,000, followed by Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, with Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, which collected $534K.

Rounding out the top twelve were Miley Cyrus' The Last Song with $209,000, John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $194K, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $153K, and Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter with $113,000.

Among the top twelve movies, Hot Tub Time Machine was the only one that posted an increase, a minuscule up 0.2 percent, while The Losers suffered the steepest decrease, down 19.6 percent.

Among the top twelve movies, Oceans had the highest per-theater average, $473; The Bounty Hunter had the lowest, $72.

Also of note: James Cameron's Avatar with $69K, Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer with $43K, Julianna Margulies' City Island with $28K, Ben Stiller's Greenberg with $18K, Matt Damon's Green Zone with $13K, and Robert Pattinson's Remember Me with $10K.

No figures were available for Noomi Rapace's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Kristen Stewart's The Runaways, or Ricardo Darin's The Secret in Their Eyes.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films)

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Alex O'Loughlin The Back-up Plan
Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear The Last Song
Alex O'Loughlin in Alan Poul's The Back-up Plan (top); Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear in Julie Anne Robinson's The Last Song (upper middle); Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin in Allen Coulter's Remember Me (lower middle); Dakota Fanning, Kristen Stewart in Floria Sigismondi's The Runaways (bottom)

Featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, How to Train Your Dragon grossed $15.35 million over the lackluster weekend of April 23-25, according to final figures released by Box Office Mojo.

Starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, Alan Poul's romantic comedy The Back-up Plan debuted with a disappointing $12.2 million at #2.

At #3, the Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night took in $10.46 million, ahead of new entry The Losers, starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Chris Evans, which collected only $9.4 million.

Down from #1 to #5, the Aaron Johnson vehicle Kick-Ass grossed $9.34 million, followed by Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, with $8.92 million.

Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, was #7 with $8.02 million. Next in line was Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's documentary Oceans with $6.05 million.

Rounding out the top twelve were Miley Cyrus' The Last Song with $3.76 million, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $2.26 million, John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $2 million, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid with $1.88 million.

Among the top twelve movies, Oceans, which opened on Thursday, Earth Day, had the highest per-theater average, $5,024; Hot Tub Time Machine had the lowest, $1,123.

Kick-Ass had the worst drop-off rate (-52.9 percent – partly because last week Lionsgate included late Thursday revenues in the film's weekend take); How to Train Your Dragon, which has developed Avatar-like legs, had the smallest (-21.8 percent).

Also of note: James Cameron's Avatar with $920K, Noomi Rapace's The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo with $621K, Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer with $497K, and Juan Jose Campanella's The Secret in Their Eyes with $360K.

Actuals for the much-discussed Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson vehicles The Runaways and Remember Me. The Runaways dropped 51.2 percent (a little less than Sunday estimates indicated) grossing $148K, while Remember Me soared 20.4 percent (more than Sunday estimates indicated) after adding 47 theaters. Its weekend total was $82K. Per-theater average for each film: The Runaways, $871 (week 6); Remember Me, $404 (week 7).

Among all the films found on Box Office Mojo's box office chart (though it's still incomplete), Banksy's Exit Through the Gift Shop had the highest per-theater average, $13,356, while Colin Firth's A Single Man had the lowest, $148.

Photos: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films); The Last Song (Sam Emerson / Touchstone); The Runaways (Apparition); Remember Me (Myles Aronowitz / Summit Entertainment)

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Sam Worthington Perseus swordfighting Clash of the Titans
Mia Wasikowska Alice in Wonderland Tim Burton
Franck Dubosc, Mathilde Seigner, Claude Brasseur, Mylene Demongeot Camping 2
Isabelle Adjani, Gérard Depardieu, Mammuth
Sam Worthington in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans (top); Mia Wasikowska in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland (upper middle); Franck Dubosc, Mathilde Seigner, Claude Brasseur, Mylène Demongeot in Fabien Onteniente's Camping 2 (lower middle); Isabelle Adjani, Gérard Depardieu in Gustave de Kervern and Benoît Delépine's Mammuth (bottom)

Internationally, Clash of the Titans, starring Avatar's Sam Worthington, remained the #1 movie this past weekend with an estimated $32 million in 60 markets, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Overseas total to date: $240.4 million.

Clash of the Titans' month-long reign, however, will likely end when Iron Man 2, starring Robert Downey Jr, opens in several markets next week in time to get several million butts into theaters before the World Cup begins in mid-June.

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, starring Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp, was #2 with $26.7 million in 54 territories. The fantasy tale earned $5.7 million on its Brazilian debut, Disney's biggest gross ever in that country. (Not accounting for inflation, exchange currency fluctuations, higher 3D ticket prices, and the like) Overseas total: $548.5 million.

At #3 was DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon, with $11 million in 60 markets. Total to date: $194 million.

The #4 movie was Pathé's Camping 2, which opened in first place in France with $10 million. Director-coscreenwriter Fabien Onteniente's comedy follows insurance company worker Franck Dubosc and girlfriend Mathilde Seigner (Emmanuelle Seigner's sister and Roman Polanski's sister-in-law) as they go camping. Also in the cast: veterans Claude Brasseur and Mylène Demongeot. The original Camping, released in 2006, grossed $40 million in France.

The Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night was #5, with $7 million in 48 markets. Total to date: a none-too-impressive $27.5 million.

Also of note: Gérard Depardieu and Isabelle Adjani's Mammuth, directed by Gustave de Kervern and Benoît Delépine, took in $1.1 million on its debut weekend at 175 sites in France.

Photos: Camping 2 (Pathé Distribution); Alice in Wonderland (Disney Enterprises); Clash of the Titans (Jay Maidment / Warner Bros.); Mammuth (Ad Vitam)

April 28 update

Jennifer Lopez The Back-up Plan
Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, The Last Song
Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin in The Back-up Plan (top); Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth in Nicholas Sparks' The Last Song (bottom)

Starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-up Plan was back at the top of the North American box office chart on Tuesday, according to Box Office Mojo.

Alan Poul's romantic comedy jumped an impressive 21.3 percent, earning $1.023 million. The Back-up Plan opened on top on Friday, but fell behind How to Train Your Dragon over the weekend proper and on Monday.

Featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, How to Train Your Dragon was down one spot. At #2, the DreamWorks Animations' 3D feature grossed $860K on Tuesday.

At #3, the Aaron Johnson vehicle Kick-Ass took in $809K, followed by The Losers, starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Chris Evans, which collected $767K.

The Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night drew $709K at #5. Next in line was Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, with $672K.

Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, was #7 with $632K, followed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's Oceans with $602K.

Rounding out the top twelve were Miley Cyrus' The Last Song with $247K, John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $194K, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $187K, and Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter with $125K.

Among the top twelve movies, The Last Song had the highest percentage increase, 22.2 percent, while Hot Tub Time Machine had the only decrease of the bunch, down 3.7 percent.

Among the top twelve movies, Oceans had the highest per-theater average, $500; The Bounty Hunter had the lowest, $79.

Also of note: James Cameron's Avatar with $76K, Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer with $49K, Julianna Margulies' City Island with $33K, Ben Stiller's Greenberg with $24K, Matt Damon's Green Zone with $18K, and Robert Pattinson's Remember Me with $10K.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films); The Last Song (Sam Emerson / Touchstone)

April 27 update

Jennifer Lopez The Back-up Plan
Jeniffer Lopez in Alan Poul's The Back-up Plan

Featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, DreamWorks Animations' How to Train Your Dragon grossed $844K on a slow Monday, April 26, according to Box Office Mojo.

Following the consecutive successes of Avatar, Alice in Wonderland, and Clash of the Titans, the movie at the very top of the North American box office chart – partly aided by higher 3D ticket prices – have usually earned more than $1 million per day, even on weekdays. (How to Train Your Dragon is suffering from the “weekday effect” on kiddie flicks.)

Starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, Alan Poul's romantic comedy The Back-up Plan was a very close #2, with $843K.

Up two spots at #3, the Aaron Johnson vehicle Kick-Ass grossed $800K, followed by The Losers, starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Chris Evans, which collected $727K.

Down two spots, the Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night took in $645K at #5. Right on its heels, Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, was #6 with $644K.

Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, was #7 with $616K. Next in line was Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's Oceans with $550K.

Rounding out the top twelve were Miley Cyrus' The Last Song with $202K, John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $201K, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $174K, and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too with $121K.

Among the top twelve movies, Oceans had the highest per-theater average, $456; The Last Song had the lowest, $73.

Also of note: James Cameron's Avatar with $68K, Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer with $41K, Julianna Margulies' City Island with $23K, Ben Stiller's Greenberg with $18K, and Robert Pattinson's Remember Me with $8K.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films)

April 25 update

Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin shirtless The Back-up Plan
Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth in love The Last Song
Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-up Plan (top); Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth The Last Song (bottom)

Starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, Alan Poul's romantic comedy The Back-up Plan debuted with an estimated $12.25 million over the weekend, according to Box Office Mojo. That's a disappointing figure for a movie playing at 3,280 theaters.

The $35 million film's per-theater average was a mediocre $3,735. Unless The Back-up Plan grows some sturdy back-up legs (I couldn't resist the truly awful pan), it won't even match its cost at the North American box office. And remember, studios get only about 50-55 percent of a film's domestic box office gross.

The Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night took in an estimated $10.6 million (an okay down 36 percent drop-off rate) at #3, ahead of new entry The Losers, about a Special Forces team with some life-threatening problems.

Directed by Sylvain White, the $25 million action thriller starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Jason Patric, grossed a weak $9.6 million. Its per-theater average was an equally weak $3,271.

Indeed, The Losers is another new entry that will have trouble matching its (relatively low) cost at the North American box office.

Down from #1 to #5, the Aaron Johnson vehicle Kick-Ass grossed $9.5 million (down 52 percent), or $3,100 per theater. Total to date $34.87 million. Cost: $30 million.

At #6, Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, collected $9 million (down 41 percent; $2,751 per theater). Total to date: $145.6 million. Cost: $125 million.

Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, was #7 with $8 million (down 51 percent; $3,253 average). Total: $28.4 million. Cost: $21 million.

Next in line was Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's documentary Oceans with $6 million and $4,975 per theater – the highest average among the top twelve. Total to date: $8,466 million. Cost: $80 million.

Rounding out the top twelve were Miley Cyrus' The Last Song with $3.7 million (total: $55.39 million), Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $2.2 million (total: $327.4 million), John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $1.98 million (total: $45.7 million), and Diary of a Wimpy Kid with $1.75 million (total: $59.4m).

Among the top twelve movies, Diary of a Wimpy Kid had the lowest per-theater average: a meager $1,090.

No longer among the top twelve: Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too ($1.7m; total: $57.4m); Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter ($1.6m; total: $62.7m); and James Cameron's Avatar ($950K; total: $743.3m).

Cameron's sci-fier may pop up among the top twelve once again, as its drop-off rate was quite low, less than 6 percent, despite having lost 79 theaters and the fact that its (2D) DVD/Blu-ray release took place last week.

Among the top twelve movies, Kick-Ass had the highest drop-off rate (-52 percent – it'd have been a little less had Lionsgate not include late Thursday night earnings in the film's last weekend's totals); How to Train Your Dragon had the lowest: down 23 percent.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films); The Last Song (Sam Emerson / Touchstone)

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Ruffnut How to Train Your Dragon
Ruffnut, How to Train Your Dragon

As expected, DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon, considered by some a “disappointment” on its debut weekend (chiefly because of its high cost – $165 million), topped the North American box office chart this weekend according to figures found at Box Office Mojo.

How to Train Your Dragon has been out for five weeks. It hasn't topped the box office chart in the U.S. and Canada since its first week. I wonder how many times that has happened in the past: a movie that opens at the lower end of expectations holds steady in second or third place for more than a month and then suddenly tops the box office chart once again.

In fact, How to Train Your Dragon was also the unofficial box office winner last weekend as well; Lionsgate opted to include Kick-Ass' late Thursday figures in the film's overall weekend take, thus tipping the box office totals to its favor.

But things get more complicated than that: Dragon is a 3D movie, which means higher ticket prices – about 30-40 percent – than those for 2D movies. If the studios reported attendance figures – and that's how it should always be – Kick-Ass was indeed last week's winner, and quite possibly The Back-up Plan would have been the winner this week as well. After all, the gap between Alan Poul's romantic comedy and Dragon is less than $3 million, or about 20 percent of Dragon's take.

(Studios releasing 2D movies might consider this sort of publicity line: “The Most Watched Movie in North America!” – even if their films end up in second or third place while competing against pricier 3D entries.)

Featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, How to Train Your Dragon grossed $15.02 million over the lackluster weekend – in all probability the lowest-grossing of 2010. (Final figures will be released Monday.)

The animated film's per theater average was $4,100, the second-highest among the weekend's top twelve films. (Jacques Perrin's documentary Oceans was #1 with $4,975.)

To date, How to Train Your Dragon, the tale of a young Viking and his pet dragon, has grossed $178 million. It should pass the $200 million mark next weekend.

Photo: DreamWorks Animation

April 24 update

Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin The Back-up Plan
Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth beach The Last Song
Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-up Plan (top); Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth The Last Song (bottom)

Starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, Alan Poul's romantic comedy The Back-up Plan debuted with an estimated $4.2 million on Friday, about 5 percent more than earlier (late Friday evening) estimates indicated, but still a very disappointing figure. Friday's box office numbers can be found at Box Office Mojo.

At #2, DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon, featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, grossed $3.44 million – and will in all probability top the weekend chart with an estimated $15-$16 million.

The Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night took in an estimated $3.3 million at #3, barely ahead of new entry The Losers with $3.245 million. Directed by Sylvain White, the action thriller stars Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Jason Patric.

The #5 movie was the Aaron Johnson vehicle Kick-Ass, which has lost quite a bit of steam. The violent action-adventure comedy grossed $2.85 million.

Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, was #6 with $2.36 million, followed by Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, with $2.325 million.

Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's documentary Oceans was #8 with $2.045. Next in line was the Miley Cyrus / Liam Hemsworth romantic vehicle The Last Song with $1.16 million.

Rounding out the top twelve were Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland with $601K, John Cusack's Hot Tub Time Machine with $541K, and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too with $500,000.

All in all, this will turn out to be a lackluster weekend at the box office.

Among the top twelve movies, Oceans had the highest per-theater average, $1,696; Hot Tub Time Machine had the lowest, $303.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films); The Last Song (Sam Emerson / Touchstone)

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Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-Up Plan
Chris Evans, Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Losers
Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin, The Back-up Plan (top); Zoe Saldana, Chris Evans, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Columbus Short, Idris Elba, Oscar Jaenada, The Losers (bottom)

Both Alan Poul's The Back-up Plan and Sylvain White's The Losers opened to disappointing numbers on Friday, according to early, rough estimates provided by Nikki Finke at Deadline.com.

At 3,280 theaters, The Back-up Plan, starring Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin, grossed only an estimated $4 million. Cume for the weekend should be around $12 million, or less than $4,000 per theater.

The Losers, co-starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Jason Patric, fared even worse, grossing $3.3 million at 2,936 theaters. The weekend total should hover around $9 million, or a little more than $3,000 per theater.

How to Train Your Dragon took in an estimated $3.6 million (and may end up at the top of the weekend box office chart with $15.5 million), the Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night $3.2 million, and, at a highly disappointing fifth place, Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass drew only $2.8 million.

Missing from Finke's top-five list is Jacques Perrin's documentary Oceans, which topped the North American box office chart on Thursday. On Friday, Oceans landed at #7 with about $2 million. Total for the weekend should be around $6.3 million.

More precise Friday estimates will be released Saturday morning.

Photo: The Back-Up Plan (CBS Films); The Losers (John Bramley / Warner Bros.)

April 23

Jacques Perrin Oceans shark diver
Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth embrace The Last Song
Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's Oceans (top); Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth in the film version of Nicholas Sparks' The Last Song (top)

Distributed by Buena Vista, Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's newly released documentary Oceans, a major box office hit in France where it has been playing since February, was the top movie at the U.S. and Canada box office on Earth Day, Thursday, Apr. 22, according to Box Office Mojo. (Another nature-friendly movie, James Cameron's Avatar, dominated the DVD/Blu-ray field on Earth Day.)

At #2, DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon, featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, and America Ferrera, grossed $1.223 million (+10.5 percent).

Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass, with Aaron Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Nicolas Cage, was down two spots, landing at #3 with $1.19 million (down 8.3 percent).

The Steve Carell-Tina Fey comedy Date Night took in $1.038 million at #4, followed by Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral, starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, with $927K.

Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, earned $915K at #6.

The Miley Cyrus-Liam Hemsworth romantic vehicle The Last Song was #7 with $388K, while the MGM comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, starring John Cusack, was #8 with $305K.

Next in line was Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, starring Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, and Helena Bonham Carter, which collected $283K.

Rounding out the top thirteen were Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter with $230K, Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too, with $214K, Diary of a Wimpy Kid with $173K, and James Cameron's Avatar with $114K.

Among the top thirteen movies, Oceans had by far the highest per-theater average, an impressive $2,405; once again, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, despite an upswing in revenues, had the lowest, $82.

Among the top thirteen movies on the Box Office Mojo chart, Kick-Ass had the steepest drop-off rate (-8.4 percent), while Diary of a Wimpy Kid posted the highest gains: up 17.4 percent.

Also of note on Thursday: Hubble 3D ($75K), Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer ($56K), Letters to God ($41K), Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island ($41K), Kristen Stewart's The Runaways ($29K), Ben Stiller's Greenberg ($23K), and Matt Damon's Green Zone ($21K).

And a few more: Jeff Bridges' Crazy Heart ($15K), Robert Pattinson's Remember Me ($7K), Sandra Bullock's The Blind Side ($5K), Robert Downey Jr's Sherlock Holmes ($4K), The Secret of Kells ($4K), and Shahrukh Khan's My Name Is Khan ($354).

Photo: The Last Song (Sam Emerson / Touchstone); Oceans (Disney Nature)


         
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4 Comments to Jennifer Lopez & Alex O'Loughlin Tops + Zoe Saldana Flops

  1. Soap

    Jennifer Lopez the most beautiful ass

  2. suzanne faith

    I AM THRILLED ALEX'S NUMBERS ARE GOING UP FOR THE bACK UP PLAN…HE WON'T NEED ANY “BACK UP” WHEN CBS DOES THEIR THING AND PUTS HIM IN THE REAL LIMELIGHT WITH HAWAII FIVE 0. HE WILL REALLY SHINE IN A DRAMA LIKE THAT WHERE HE CAN BE ALL MASCULINE AND SEXY WITH HELP FROM NO ONE. I DO, HOWEVER, THANK OLE JEN FOR GIVING HIM HIS FIRST BIG SCEEN OPPORTUNITY. (CAN'T COUNT LOSER LIKE WHITEOUT….UGH) PLEASE ALEX, GAIN WEIGHT, GET A GOOD TAN TO SHOW OFF THOSE BEAUTIFUL BLUE/GREEN EYES (WITH SUNSCREEN OF COURSE) AND GROW THAT THICK GORGEOUS HAIR LONGER!!! YUM YUM SUZANNE YOUR FOREVER FAN

  3. Crystal Bowersox

    It seems that JLo wants to team up with all the newest hunks around… :D

  4. Eveann

    i love the back-up Plan … because of Alex O'Loughlin , great actor!