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'Taken 2' vs. 'Argo': Liam Neeson Battles Ben Affleck & 'Frankenweenie'

Ben Affleck Argo movie weekend box office: Behind Taken 2 and Sinister? Oct. 13, '12, p.m. update: Ben Affleck's Argo opened in third place on Friday, having grossed quite a bit less than (the lower end of) early estimates (see further below). Starring Bryan Cranston and Affleck, Argo took in $5.93 million at 3,232 sites, thus easily falling behind both Taken 2's $7 million 3,706 locations and Sinister's – surprising – $7.45 million at only 2,527 sites according to studio estimates found at Box Office Mojo. Now, bear in mind that Sinister's gross includes $1 million from late Thursday and midnight screenings. (Image: Ben Affleck Argo movie.) So, which movie will lead the Oct. 12–14 weekend at the North American […]


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'Taken 2' vs. 'Argo': Liam Neeson Battles Ben Affleck & 'Frankenweenie'



'Battleship' Movie: Taylor Kitsch-Brooklyn Decker Sci-Fi/Adventure Bombs

Battleship: Brooklyn Decker, Taylor Kitsch May 19, '12, p.m. update: Brooklyn Decker has two box office disappointments opening on the same weekend: Decker is featured in Battleship and What to Expect When You're Expecting. Both movies opened way below expectations on Friday; in fact, official studio estimates released Saturday morning have them faring even worse than Friday night estimates indicated. Starring Taylor Kitsch, Peter Berg's Battleship raked in $9 million at 3,650 locations on Friday in the U.S. and Canada according to Box Office Mojo. That's about $500,000 less than early estimates. For comparison's sake: Joss Whedon's The Avengers, at the start of its third weekend out, took in an estimated $15.3 million. Box-office prognosticators were expecting Battleship to gross […]


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'Battleship' Movie: Taylor Kitsch-Brooklyn Decker Sci-Fi/Adventure Bombs



'Battleship' Trailer = 'Transformers 4' + Brooklyn Decker Burrito - Michael Bay

Peter Berg's Battleship Nothing is as cool and hip and glorious as war, if trailers for The Avengers, John Carter, and Battleship (please scroll down) are to be perceived as reflections of reality – or at least of our cultural landscape. In The Avengers, Tom Hiddleston's Loki is the enemy (well, at least one of them); in John Carter, the enemies are mean, ugly sons-of-bitches Martians (I think); in the board-game-inspired Battleship, the enemies are robot-aliens suspiciously similar to the metallic creatures found in the Transformers movies. In fact, the Battleship trailer shown during the Super Bowl has a building collapsing much like what takes place in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. But in case you're too trailered out to […]


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'Battleship' Trailer = 'Transformers 4' + Brooklyn Decker Burrito - Michael Bay