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The Vow (2012): Articles


'The Lorax' Hit + Jennifer Aniston-Paul Rudd Bomb

Dr. Seuss' The Lorax with Ted (Zac Efron), Audrey (Taylor Swift) March 4, '12, update: Partly thanks to 3D ticket surcharges – and the fact that five- and ten-year-olds can't go to the movies on their own – the Universal release Dr. Seuss' The Lorax collected $70.7 million in North America this weekend, March 2-4, according to studio estimates found at Box Office Mojo. That's about $10-20 million more than most had been expecting. That's the third-best March opening ever – if you choose to pretend that inflation and 3D surcharges don't exist. In terms of actual attendance figures, The Lorax is behind not only Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland and Zack Snyder's 300, but also Carlos Saldanha's Ice Age: […]


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'The Lorax' Hit + Jennifer Aniston-Paul Rudd Bomb



'Act of Valor' Tops, Jennifer Aniston & Chris Pine Fizzle

Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum in The Vow This Oscar weekend, Feb. 24-26, the top movie at the North American box office will undoubtedly be Act of Valor, featuring (as per the film's publicity) actual Navy SEALs in a story of red-white-and-blue courage and valor and rotten reviews (a mere 19 percent approval rating among Rotten Tomatoes' top critics). According to studio estimates found at Box Office Mojo, Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh's action flick easily topped Friday's box office, collecting $9.05 million (about $400,000 less than early estimates posted late last night) at 3,039 locations. As per Deadline.com, distributor Relativity Media acquired the film for $13 million, in addition to committing itself to spending $30 million in marketing and […]


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'Act of Valor' Tops, Jennifer Aniston & Chris Pine Fizzle



'The Vow' Biggest Rachel McAdams Hit & Nicolas Cage Flops Again

Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, The Vow March 3, '12, update: According to Box Office Mojo, February 2012 was the best month of February in terms of movie attendance since 2004. On North American screens in February '04 were Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, the Ben Stiller / Jennifer Aniston comedy Along Came Polly, the Adam Sandler / Drew Barrymore romantic comedy 50 First Dates, and the Ice Cube vehicle Barbershop 2: Back in Business. February 2012's high grosses were basically a result of the success of only three movies: the Rachel McAdams / Channing Tatum romantic drama The Vow, the Ryan Reynolds / Denzel Washington actioner Safe House, and the Josh Hutcherson / Vanessa Hudgens / Dwayne Johnson […]


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'The Vow' Biggest Rachel McAdams Hit & Nicolas Cage Flops Again