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The Hangover Becomes Top On Demand Pick


has rocketed to the top of the most-viewed On Demand movies of all time. “All time,” in the case of On Demand, is less than 10 years.

Still, it’s a pretty impressive win. The ensemble comedy flick is in good company: made it to number two on the list. Follow the jump to see the Top 10 most Demanded movies.

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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: April 28, 2009

Bride Wars DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday:

  • Bride Wars: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Brideshead Revisited: Blu-ray
  • The Da Vinci Code: Blu-ray
  • Hotel for Dogs: DVD, Blu-ray
  • JCVD: Blu-ray
  • Jetsons: The Movie: DVD
  • The Reader: Blu-ray
  • The Uninvited: DVD, Blu-ray
  • What Doesn’t Kill You: DVD, Blu-ray

Click here to see the TV-on-DVD options for this week.

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Box Office Breakdown: New Life for Oscar Contenders

Slumdog Millionaire

Nominations? doesn’t need any stinkin’ nominations…

Although the 78-year-old was recently overlooked by the Academy, the actor/director still got some respect from the paying public. This past weekend, landed softly into third place and, most importantly, topped the actual Best Picture contenders.

But that’s not to say a nomination is pointless. Last week’s #10, Slumdog Millionaire, jumped 5 positions this week after nabbing 10 nods on Thursday. (It also bested Torino’s per screen average.) Meanwhile, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - thanks to 13 nominations - found itself reentering the Top Ten.

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Box Office Breakdown: Mall Cop Rolls Over Clint Eastwood

Kevin James in Mall Cop

Mall Cop? Mall Cop?

As strange as it may sound, Kevin James just took down Clint Eastwood, Notorious B.I.G. and a serial killer to become the current box office champ. ‘s $40 million take was the second biggest ever for a January opener. (Cloverfield took in $46.1 million at this same time last year.) The comedy was also partially responsible for giving the industry its largest MLK weekend of all time.

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Box Office Breakdown: Gran Torino Expands to a Win

Gran Torino

He may have lost out to Bruce Springsteen last night, but Clint Eastwood was still a big winner this weekend. After 4 weeks in limited theaters, the 78-year-old’s film became the top movie in wide release.

Eastwood’s directorial project not only pulled in $29.4 million over the last three days ($40.5 million to date), it outranked the vehicles from Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Will Smith. also earned the best per screen average of any charter in the Top Ten.

Despite opening on approximately 600 more screens than the first place finisher, #2’s grossed nearly $4000 less per theater. The Kate Hudson-Anne Hathaway comedy also averaged less than #3’s The Unborn.

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In Theaters This Weekend: January 9, 2009

The Unborn

Here are some possible suggestions for your upcoming weekend:

Casting Corner: Anne Hathaway, Nick Nolte, David Duchovny and More

Anne HathawayNick Nolte

Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

Anne Hathaway: The actress, who will soon be competing against Kate Hudson in Bride Wars, will reverse direction in The Opposite of Love. In the 20th Century Fox production, Anne will play a commitment-phobic woman who must deal with a marriage-minded boyfriend. Opposite is an adaptation of Julie Buxbaum’s best-selling book. Hathaway’s next film, Rachel Getting Married, opens in limited release on Oct. 3.

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