If Rogen wants to be on TV, this kind of behavior is perfectly fine because the TV game is rigged to where a Jimmy Kimmel is considered a star, even though he has no audience (two million viewers); to where a Stephen Colbert can brag about being “number one” because his miniscule audience (3.8 million) is a little bigger than Kimmel’s miniscule audience. … [Read more...] about Nolte: ‘Long Shot’ Flop Confirms Seth Rogen’s Status as Box Office Poison
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As one international exec recently told me, “We are definitely in need of new and attractive content.” That’s been the refrain across the past several weeks as cinemas in Asia and Europe have reopened, and it’s been borne out by the performances of fresh fare. While numbers may seem meager, they are significantly affected by capacity and screening limits. There is certainly hope on the horizon as we only have three weeks to wait before WB starts international rollout on Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. … [Read more...] about ‘Unhinged’ Drives To No. 1 In Several Offshore Debuts; Markets Hunger For Fresh Fare While China Embraces ‘Interstellar’ Reissue – International Box Office
Democrats and their DC media allies vehemently disagree with Carson’s strong stance in favor of his Second Amendment civil rights. While Democrats can no longer use German Shepherds and fire hoses like their ideological brethren did 50 years, today they use social media to destroy black people who stray from the Liberal Thought Plantation. … [Read more...] about America Says ‘F*ck You Back’ To Seth Rogen: ‘Steve Jobs’ Bombs at Box Office
While there are no free lunches (but this one looks completely free), the tickets, priced at just 100 INR, make this a truly “Paisa Vasool” meal! The cherry on top is that ShemarooMe Box Office will be open to subscribers as well as non-subscribers of the platform. The days of “Housefull” and “Sold Out” are long gone, there is always a seat reserved for you at ShemarooMe Box Office! … [Read more...] about The tadka of big screen now at the comfort of your home! ShemarooMe launches ‘Box Office’.
Another Tina Fey movie. Another flop. Fey’s latest, the comedy This is Where I Leave You, opened to just $11.7 million on 2868 screens. This is perfectly in line with her last film, Muppets Most Wanted, which belly flopped with only a $51 million domestic take. Before that, Fey’s Admission, in which she co-starred, barely cracked $18 million gross. … [Read more...] about Weekend Numbers: Tina Fey Is Box Office Poison