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  • Megan Fox Will Star In Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Remake

    22. February 2013

    Hollywood actress Megan Fox will be part of the remake of the hit 80s cartoon series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (en.wikipedia.org)

    Like in politics there is also no permanent friends and enemies in the world of show business.

    After their feud which lead to her ouster in the Transformer film series, Hollywood actress Megan Fox and ace director Michael Bay have already reconciled. In proof of their renewed friendship, Bay has publicly revealed on his Twitter account that Fox will be part of the remake of the 80s hit television animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

    In the remake of the well-loved cartoon series, the plot will revolved on a group of aliens who invade Earth and inadvertently spawn a quartet of mutated reptile warriors, the Ninja Turtles, who rise up against them to defend the world. The shooting of the film would start this year and will be released soon. Read more »

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    A Good Day To Die Hard Wins Weekend Box Office Race With $33 Million Earnings

    17. February 2013

    A Good Day To Die Hard wins the weekend box office race in North American cinemas. (filmmusicreporter.com)

    The fascination of the global audience on the hit action film Die Hard is not about to end anytime soon.

    This developed after the Bruce Willis film A Good Day to Die Hard won the weekend office race in cinemas within the United States and Canada. The fifth installment of the Die Hard film series earned $33.2 million last week to win the tight race among films being shown in the US and Canada. The continuation of the film series about the relentless New York City cop John McClane was a huge hit among moviegoers.

    The huge earnings of the film is huge news for the producers of the film since it had bad reviews among film experts. The film producers is confident their film will earn more in the next few weeks in cinemas around the world. Based on internet facts, A Good Day to Die Hard is an action film directed by John Moore and written by Skip Woods. Read more »

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    ‘Identity Thief’ Takes Weekend Box Office Crown In US, Canada

    11. February 2013

    Identity Thief is the top grossing film in North America last week.(breitbart.com)

    The recent winter storm in the Northeast part of the United States, did not stop the comedy film “Identity Thief” to take the crow as top earning film in North America consisting of mainland United States and Canada.

    According to reports, Identify Thief earned $36.6 million last week to take the top spot as top grossing film in North America last week. Universal Pictures who distributed the film expressed joy over their big earnings but slightly lamented that they could have earned more if not for the storm. Read more »

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    ‘Warm Bodies’ Wins Weekend Box Office

    04. February 2013

    Warm Bodies is the top grossing film in North American cinemas last week.(justjaredjr.com)

    The fascination of moviegoers to zombies and romantic comedy is not about to end soon.

    The romantic-comedy film “Warm Bodies” won the weekend box office race in North American cinemas consisting of the mainland United States and Canada. According to reports, Warm Bodies earned a surprising $20 million to win the box office race among films being shown during the Super Bowl week.

    Warm Bodies is a film produced by Lionsgate Entertainment which also produces the global hit “Twilight” saga. The producers of the film were very happy on the box office success of the film against other films topbilled by famous Hollywood stars like the movie Bullet to the Head which stars iconic action star Silvester Stallone. Read more »

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    Despite The Hard Times Demand For Chocolates Remains High

    16. January 2013

    The love for chocolates remain high despite the bad economy in most countries around the world. (en.wikipedia.org)

    If there is one guilty pleasure people cannot give up due to financial problem, that would be to eat chocolates.

    A number of market researchers around the world revealed that despite the hard times the demand for chocolates remain high. The researchers said many people still consume chocolates despite the financial hardship since they view it as a reward or a treat. The working class believe eating chocolates would somewhat ease the pain of lack of money in their lives.

    The researchers said another reason why many people continue to eat chocolates, despite the economic crunch is the fact that its manufacturers are successful in their marketing strategy.The chocolate manufacturers are constantly bringing out something new to tempt customers. Read more »

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    KFC To Expand Further In Africa

    14. January 2013

    International fast food chain KFC will put up three more restaurants in Africa in 2013.(aneveningmeal.blogspot.com)

    One of the leading food-chains in the world is planning to put up three more restaurants in African in 2013.

    KFC is reportedly putting up restaurants in Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe this year. Bruce Layzell, KFC general manager of new African markets explained the company decided to put up more restaurants in Africa since the continent is considered as one of the fastest growing economy in the world. Read more »

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    ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Wins Weekend Box Office Race

    13. January 2013

    The controversial film Zero Dark Thirty is the winner in the weekend box office race in North American cinemas.(en.wikipedia.org)

    The spy suspense thriller “Zero Dark Thirty” film has won the weekend box office race in North American cinemas.

    Zero Dark Thirty” earned a surprising $24 million to win the tough race among the movies shown in the United States and Canada. The box office success is quite surprising for the film which is nominated to five awards in the Oscars including the coveted best picture.

    The movie is quite interesting since it reportedly promoted the use of torture to get information from criminals. The film also chronicles how the US government finally neutralized al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Film experts said the movie became a hit among moviegoers since many became curious on its plot and supposed “torture” scenes. Read more »

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    Maria Sharapova Is Making It Big In Her Candy Business

    11. January 2013

    Russian tennis superstar Maria Sharapova is earning big in her candy business.(tennis.si.com)

    Looks like the fortune of Russian tennis superstar Maria Sharapova is not only on the professional tennis court but also in business as well.

    According to reports, the candy business of Sharapova is doing well in terms of sales in the United States. Sources said due to the good sales of the gummy Sharapova candy, the $500,000 investment of the tennis star on the candy company will be doubled this year. Based on her business deal with the candy company the 25-year-old gets somewhere around $1.10 per bag sold of the $5.99 bag of gummy candy. Read more »

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    ‘Texas Chainsaw’ Movie Wins Weekend Box Office Race In North America

    06. January 2013

    The bloody "Texas Chainsaw 3D" has won the weekend box office race in North America.(diaboliquemagazine.com)

    The two weeks reign of The Hobbit as king in the North American box office race is now over.

    This developed after the bloody “Texas Chainsaw 3D” took over as box office king in cinemas around the United States and Canada last week. According to reports, the gory movie franchise earned $23 million to take the box office crown from The Hobbit. Sources said the marketing campaign of distributor Lions Gate Entertainment, the studio behind the horror franchise is very effective to lure fans to watch it. Read more »

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    The Avengers Is The Biggest Blockbuster Film For 2012

    31. December 2012

    The Avengers is the biggest blocbuster film for 2012.( guardian.co.uk )

    A lot of films earned big money in Hollywood for 2012.

    Among the films which earned well this year, Marvel’s The Avengers is the biggest winner of them all. According to reports, The Averngers earned a whopping $623,357,910 this year to be crowned as the top grossing film for 2012. Based on internet facts, The Avengers,is a superhero film produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. Read more »

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    Hobbit Beats Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher To Rule Weekend Race In North America

    23. December 2012

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the winner in the weekend box office race in North American cinemas.(guardian.co.uk)

    American superstar actor Tom Cruise might be one of the biggest stars in Hollywood today, but his emmense popularity failed to stop The Hobbit from taking over the box office crown in the weekend box office race in North American cinemas.

    The North American cinemas consist of theaters in the main land United States and Canada. According to reports The Hobbit earned $36.7 million to rule the weekend box office for the second straight weeks. With its huge weekend gross, the Hobbit now earns $149.9 million after 10 days in North American cinemas. Read more »

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