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  • Bradley Cooper Says Ben Affleck Deserve To Be Nominated As Oscars Best Actor

    11. January 2013

    Hollywood hunk Bradley Cooper said Ben Affleck deserved to be nominated as Oscars best actor.(redbookmag.com)

    Hollywood hunk Bradley Cooper has joined some sectors in saying that fellow actor Ben Affleck deserved to be nominated as best actor in the Oscars like him.

    Cooper said Affleck deserved to be nominated as best actor like him because of his great performance in the film Argo. He said Affleck got robbed of the chance to win the best actor this year in the Oscar.

    The non nomination of Affleck in the movie as lea actor and director has surprised many since Argo, a 1970s political drama received a total of seven nominations, including for best picture, adapted screenplay and a supporting actor for Alan Arkin. Cooper for his part got nominated in the Oscar for his role as Pat Solitano in the film Silver Linings Playbook. Read more »

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    For Spreading Doomsday Rumors 500 People Are Detained In China

    18. December 2012

    According to the Mayan calendar the world will end on December 21,2012.(christianityoasis.com)

    Those people who believed in doomsday scenarios better avoid China now.

    According to reports, 500 people from a religious cult in China were detained for reportedly spreading rumors about the world’s impending end. Sources said the police in western China’s Qinghai province alone, police arrested more than 400 members from a religious cult group dubbed as Almighty God, which is also called Eastern Lightning, after a phrase from the Bible’s Book of Matthew.

    The report said the arrested persons were holding leaflets, video discs, books and other apocalyptic materials. The doomsday scenario was patterned after the Mayan prediction that the world will end on December 21,2012. The Eastern Lightning reportedly first appeared around 20 years ago and its members had “recently latched on to the Mayan doomsday prophesy to predict that the sun will not shine and electricity will not work for three days beginning on Dec. 21.” Read more »

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    British Woman Divorces Husband For Refusing To Follow Fifty Shades of Grey

    14. November 2012

    This best-selling book has caused a divorced proceedings in United Kingdom. (amazon.com)

    The Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon around the world continues.

    A 41-year-old British woman has filed for divorced against her husband after he refused to follow the theme of Fifty Shades of Grey. According to reports, the British woman who happens to be banker earlier bought the book in order to spiced up the her boring sex life with her husband. The woman has felt their sex life needs some energy since her husband had not been caring towards her by greeting her or giving her gifts during Valentines Day. Read more »

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    Johnny Depp And Meryl Streep Backs Move To Lower Rating Of “Bullying” Film

    14. March 2012

    Hollywood A-lister Johnny Depp has expressed full support to lower down the R rating of a bullying film. (Photo: broadsheet.ie)

    Hollywood superstars Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep have decided to support the call to lower down the lower R rating of a documentary film investigates the social issue of bullying.

    Depp and Meryl Streep have both decided to sign the petition for the lowering down of the rating of the film bully so that children below 17 years old can watch it. Earlier, the Motion Picture Association of America earlier rated the film R because of the language used in the film. Read more »

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    Lorax Remains Top Grossing Film In North America

    13. March 2012

    The Lorax remains the top grossing film in North America last week. (Photo: Associated Press)

    The animated film The Lorax successfully beaten other movies to win the weekend box office race in North American cinemas for the second straight weeks.

    According to reports, The Lorax earned $38.8 million last week to win the competition against other quality films being shown in theaters. Taking the second spot in the tight race is sci-fi film John Carter which earned a modest $30.2 million the past week. Read more »

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    ‘Lorax’ Wins Weekend Box Office Race In North America

    06. March 2012

    The Lorax is top earning film in North America today. (Photo: Associated Press)

    The reign of Act of Valor as the top grossing film in North American cinemas is now officially over. This developed after the environmental fable “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” won the race for top earning films over the weekend in North America.

    According to reports, Lorax, which is based on the popular children’s book earned $70.2 million to topped the box office ace. The animated comedy features the voices of Hollywood veteran comedian Danny Devito, young heartthrob Zac Efron and American singing sweetheart Taylor Swift. Read more »

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    ‘Act of Valor’ Wins Weekend Box Office Race In North America

    01. March 2012

    The Navy Seals movie Act of Valor is the top earning film in North America last week. (Photo: hollywoodreporter.com)

    Real life heroes are far better than cinematic heroes.

    The Navy Seal movie Act of Valor won the box office competition in North American cinemas last week.

    The film which features real life Navy Seals earned $24.7 million last week to rule weekend box office race in North America.

    The movie is a hit since moviegoers were fascinated on the film exploits of the real life Navy Seals.

    Meanwhile, Safe House which won the box office race two weeks back, slipped to the fourth place after it only earned $11.4 million. Read more »

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    ‘Safe House’ Wins Box Office Race In North America

    22. February 2012

    The film Safe House is the top earning film in North America last week. (Photo: rogerscinema.com)

    Veteran actor Denzel Washington is one happy man these days.

    This developed after “Safe House”, the action thriller movie of Washington became the top earning movie in North America last week. According to reports, the film earned a whopping $27.5 million last week to rule the race.

    The movie became the most watched film in North America due to its great story and good acting job on the part of Washington. With its strong showing, the film producers were very happy and hoped the movie can retain its current standing next week. Read more »

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    “Transformers 4″ Now In The Works

    19. February 2012

    The fourth edition of Transformers will be released in 2014.(Photo: whoznext.biz)

    One of the top grossing films of all time is set to have a fourth installment in June 29,2014.

    According to reports, Paramount Pictures will release Transformers 4 on the said date. The film is set to be directed again by Michael Bay, the director of the three movies of the blockbuster film franchise. Read more »

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    ‘Contraband’ Surges To The Top In Weekend Box Office Race

    17. January 2012

    Contraband is the hottest film in North American cinemas last week. (Photo: yahoo.com)

    Hollywood superstar actor Mark Wahlberg is one happy dude these days.

    This developed after his movie “Contraband”, surges to the top of the weekend box office race in North American cinemas. The action-drama film produced by Universal Studio earned a $24 million last week to win the race.

    According to reports, the movie chronicles the life of a reformed smuggler. The movie replaced former number The Devil Inside who only earned $7.9 million to slip on the sixth spot last week.

    The second place in the tight box office race goes out to the Disney’s 3-D film “Beauty and the Beast” which earned $18.5 million. Here is the complete list of the top-earning films in North America the past week:

    1. “Contraband,” $24 million ($1.5 million international).

    2. “Beauty and the Beast,” $18.5 million.

    3. “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol,” $11.5 million ($16.8 million international).

    4. “Joyful Noise,” $11.3 million.

    5. “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” $8.4 million ($27.4 million international).

    6. “The Devil Inside,” $7.9 million.

    7. “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” $6.8 million ($16.5 million international).

    8. “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked,” $5.8 million ($14.4 million international).

    9. “War Horse,” $5.6 million ($8.5 million international).

    10. “The Iron Lady,” $5.3 million ($3.4 million international).

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    The ‘Devil Inside’ Wins Weekend Box Office Race

    11. January 2012

    The Devil is the top earning film last week in North America. (Photo: yahoo.com)

    A fright film has put a stop on the box office supremacy of “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol” in North America.

    According to reports, “The Devil Inside” is the winner in the weekend box office race after it got a ticket sales of $34.5 million. The victory of the Paramount produced film is a huge surprised, since many expect “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol” to win the race for the third straight weeks.

    Based on the box office survey, “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol”, slid to the second place after earning a modest $20.5 million. The Devil Inside is a film regarding a group of exorcists trying to free a woman possessed by evil spirits.

    Here is the complete list of the 10 top earning movies in the past week:

    1. “The Devil Inside,” $34.5 million.

    2. “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol,” $20.5 million ($27.7 million international).

    3. “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” $14.1 million.

    4. “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” $11.3 million.

    5. “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked,” $9.5 million.

    6. “War Horse,” $8.6 million.

    7. “We Bought a Zoo,” $8.5 million.

    8. “The Adventures of Tintin,” $6.6 million.

    9. “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” $5.8 million.

    10. “New Year’s Eve,” $3.3 million.

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