over the weekend, "Les Mis" started well and fell to third....
Impressive Christmas sets
stage for epic box office battle
Only one film remains to be released as the year is fast coming to a close for Hollywood film studios. And it was a Merry Christmas at the box office, too. In the Media by Tim O'Brien
Why would CIA speak up over 'ZD30'?
Nothing was going to reach "The Hobbit" as that film was very strong in its second weekend out and keeps moving the box office in the right direction. In the Media by Tim O'Brien
Elvis birthday tribute shows are finalized There always seem to be new things coming as far as Elvis is concerned, So, look out, when 2013 comes, a big tribute... by Tim O'Brien
My top films of 2012...1. "Silver Linings Playbook"; 2. "Zero Dark Thirty"; 3. "Lincoln"; 4. "Argo"; 5. "The Dark Knight Rises" 6. "Les Miserables"; 7. "Moonrise Kingdom"; 8. "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; 9. "Rust and Bone"; 10. "Looper": others..."The Hunger Games," "Skyfall" and "Life of Pi"
Christmas Day at the box
office has violence and a musical
Nothing quite screams Christmas like a foul-mouthed, violent movie, and that is a choice if one decides to venture forth to the theaters on Dec. 25.
In the Media by Tim O'Brien
UPDATE: "Les Miz" grabs $18 mil on Christmas; "Django" is next with "$15 mil and then "Hobbit" will $11.3 mil..people do go to movies on that
day which has always baffled me...anxious to be with "family" and then bolt from the home...unless you went with family, but that is iffy?