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Movie ticket prices jump to all-time high










Hollywood news website The Wrap claims the movie is now in the early stages of development with Fifty Shades of Grey producers Mike De Luca and Dana Brunetti leading the project. So-called fast car movie franchises are being developed by a number of studios following the runaway success, in financial terms if not critical, of Universal Pictures The Fast and the Furious films. Fast & Furious 6 , released in May this year, debuted at number one at the US box office. It took $122.1m in its first four days and has made more than $710m worldwide to date. The series as a whole has netted $2.3b since the original film was released in 2001. Following in Universals slipstream, DreamWorks is firing up an adaptation of another popular video game Need for Speed, starring Aaron Paul of the Breaking Bad television series. Meanwhile, Legendary Entertainment, the studio behind recent Superman reboot Man of Steel, is set to bring Mattels Hot Wheels cars to the silver screen. <br>Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2013/07/24/news-sony-to-create-movie-version-gran-turismo-racing-game/





Can 'The Lego Movie' Win By Going Old School?



But front page I also understand the need and desire to get things moving at last on the building of the DC shared cinematic universe, and as noted above I see the way it does mirror the source material in many important ways. One thing to keep in mind is, as Kim Kardashian quotes anticipation builds for Batmans return to the big screen and for a broader cast of superhero characters in the same world, the Flash project will move forward and meanwhile other Marvel solo superhero franchises will be launched with much fanfare and probably continued box office success, while certain other films and franchises add further influence and evidence to the situation. All of which, I feel, will help convince Warner Bros. to attempt additional solo superhero movies and perhaps push Justice League back by just a year or two more, to allow more build-up that will inevitably increase the anticipation and buzz and ultimate box office performance of the big team-up extravaganza when it finally arrives. Theres plenty of time for the plans to evolve and adjust, and meanwhile theres plenty of reason to think Batman will be in good hands when he makes his big-screen return courtesy of Zack Snyder and David Goyer (who already wrote the excellent reboot of Batman previously, remember). Check back here at my blog this week for my article about Wonder Womans solo movie prospects. <br>Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/markhughes/2013/07/23/batman-vs-superman-movie-releasing-in-summer-2015/2/












Movie Mom | ‘Wolverine,’ ‘Fruitvale,’ ‘To Do List,’ ‘Way Back’



July 3 Stars: Armie Hammer, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter Director: Gore Verbinski Plot: A Texas ranger (Hammer) slaps on a mask and teams with quirky Native American Tonto (Depp) to dole out justice and find the man who murdered his brother. July 5 Stars: Steve Carell, Toni Collette, AnnaSophia Robb Directors: Nat Faxon and Jim Rash Plot: The coming-of-age comedy finds teenage Duncan (Liam James) having trouble finding his way in the world until he takes a summer-break trip with his mom (Collette) and her jerk boyfriend (Carell) and befriends a water-park manager (Sam Rockwell). July 12 Stars: Michael Cera, Gaby Hoffman, Agustin Silva Director: Sebastian Silva Plot: Cera stars as a rude American traveling in Chile who plans a drug-addled road trip in the desert with friends and winds up inviting along a strange girl named Crystal Fairy (Hoffman) for the ride. July 12 Stars: Jeff Garlin, Christopher Guest, Jane Lynch Director: Jeff Garlin Plot: A well-known comedian (Garlin) immerses himself in the crazy parents and coaches involved with his son's youth baseball team to find inspiration for a new film. July 12 Stars: Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James Director: Dennis Dugan Plot: A few years after he and his friends reconnected at an old lake house from their youth, Lenny (Sandler) decides to trade the city for the suburbs and move back to their hometown with his family. <br>Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2013/07/23/movie-ticket-prices-nato/2577199/







Jungles look like jungles even though the characters are Legos. Lord and his fellow directors, Chris Miller and Chris McKay were inspired by the homemade brick films that you can find on YouTube. Often made by kids, the little videos feature a very specific looking kind of stop-motion animation and Lego sets for the Lego characters to move around in. Kim Kardashian picture People were so resistant initially, says Miller. They didnt think the charm would come through. While the style might limit the movement of the characters, it Kim Kardashian photo shoot did give the filmmakers a whole new realm of humor to draw on. <br>Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/dorothypomerantz/2013/07/21/can-the-lego-movie-win-by-going-old-school/





Movie memories will last forever for baseball team - Poppin' Off



Over the past few seasons, when I would get out to games, Id see about a million cameras at every game. When I needed an extra photo to stay fresh after I used the always fantastic shots from our photos staff, there was always someone to ask for an extra photo. They also had galleries available online. At games we actually had parents from the other teams asking us if we were members of the press because we had so many cameras at every game, Bowler said. Bowler said that after winning the State Championship, they wanted to do something bigger. This year, the magnitude of the season warranted a movie of the same proportions, she said. <br>Read more: http://www.wickedlocal.com/hingham/sports/x1580232062/Movie-memories-will-last-forever-for-baseball-team-Poppin-Off







Why do you think Oscar Grant was shot? Was the punishment fair? If pics of Kim Kardashian you like this, try: LUV. The To Do List Why its rated R: Extremely crude and raunchy sex comedy with very explicit and vulgar references to many different sexual acts and a pervasive notion that it is important to experience as much as possible with as many people as possible. Also: very strong and crude language, teen drinking and drug use, a great deal of gross-out humor regarding bodily functions, comic violence, some homophobic insults. Minimum age: Adults. Family discussion: How would this movie be different if the main character were male? <br>Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/07/25/4365163/movie-mom-wolverine-fruitvale.html



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