Great shot from “Aliens” movie set

Here’s a great shot of one of the aliens from the film resting between takes.


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Stallone vs Schwarzenegger

Here’s a pretty funny exchange between Sylvester Stallone and Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show as Stallone discusses his rivalry with Arnold Schwarzenegger back in the day. Stallone admits to hating Schwarzenegger back in the 80s, though now things seem very friendly as they collaborate with other action stars in the “Expendibles” series of action films.


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Halle Berry stars in “Kidnap”

Halle Berry is starring in a new film Relativity Studios called “Kidnap” that will be released in December. Above is the first trailer from the film which will be a heart-stopping action thriller following a mother who will stop at nothing to rescue her kidnapped son. The action is pretty intense as you can see from the trailer.

Halle Berry Kidnapped


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‘Evil Dead’ takes in a lively $30.5 million, ‘Jurassic Park’ pulls in $21 million

T-Rex, phone home.

Everything old was new again at this week’s box office as a pair of old favorites dominated in the U.S and abroad.

The remake of Sam Raimi’s ‘Evil Dead’ made $30.5 million in it’s opening week, including $4.5 million from overseas markets, according to Hollywood Reporter. Critics may have bashed the remake of the 1981 horror classic, but it didn’t keep a primarily male audience away. The film follows five friends who find evil spirits inside of a cabin. I mean, really what did they expect to find?

The dinosaurs may be gone, but they still have a heckuva bite. The 20th Anniversary re-release of “Jurassic Park” took in $18.2 million for Universal to place fourth in the box office. The dinos gone wild flick proved to be more of a monster with it’s 3D makeover. If crowds didn’t get enough prehistoric action, Jurassic Park in 3D hits Blue-Ray/DVD in two weeks and Jurassic Park IV is scheduled to open in theaters in June of 2014.

Speaking of people running from dinosaurs, the animated hit “The Croods” proved to have a lot of caveman love left to give earning the No. 2 spot and breaking the $300 million mark in worldwide receipts. Only “Oz the Great and Powerful” has accomplished that feat in 2013. The Bruce Willis/The Rock gun fest “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” is running neck and neck with “The Croods” for the week earning $21.1 million. “Gi.I. Joe” has earned $231.9 million in worldwide receipts and is well on it’s way to beating 2009’s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra”

Rounding out the top ten:
5. Olympus Has Fallen – $10 million
6. Tyler Perry’s Temptation – $10 million
7. Oz the Great and Powerful – $8.2 million
8. The Host – $3.5 million
9. The Call – $3.5 million
10. Admission – $2.1 million


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‘G.I. Joe’ occupies top of box office

Paramount proved that good things come to those who wait as their “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” fired the first shot at box office supremacy this weekend.

Headlined by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum, the action flick brought in $41.2 million for the weekend domestically and an additional $80.3 million overseas, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The sequel to the 2009 “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” has been long in coming despite taking in $300 million; however, after last year’s “Battleship” bombed at the box office, the studio decided to add 3-D to the new “G.I. Joe” which delayed the film by nine months.

Kids (and the parents who take them) continued the prehistoric vibe into Easter. Last week’s number one animated film “The Croods” took second place with $26.5 million. The film features the voices of Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone as a family who fights off Mother Nature as they search for a new home.

Tyler Perry didn’t need his crossdressing alter-ego to make waves at the box office. “Temptations: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor” outperformed expectations to take the number 3 spot earning $22.3

It was no “Twilight”, but the Stephanie Meyer based “The Host” made a decent debut pulling in $11 million for the sixth spot this week. The film is about the human race being dominated by alien control and stars Saoirse Ronan and Max Irons.

In a smaller release, the Ryan Gosling-Bradley Cooper film “Place Beyond the Pines” dominated in it’s four theaters, averaging $67,546 per theater and is expected to be in wider release next week.

1. “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” $41.2 million.
2. “The Croods,” $26.5 million.
3. “Tyler Perry’s Temptation,” $22.3 million.
4. “Olympus Has Fallen,” $14 million.
5. “Oz the Great and Powerful,” $11.6 million.
6. “The Host,” $11 million.
7. “The Call,” $4.8 million.
8. “Admission,” $3.2 million.
9. “Spring Breakers,” $2.7 million.
10. “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” $1.3 million.


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