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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Hansel & Gretel’ Takes Down Competition

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters faced more than the supernatural this weekend; despite Oscar-worthy opponents, the fairy tale action flick came out on top this past weekend, pulling in $19 million. Coming in second was last week's number one film, Mama, with $12.8 million. Silver Linings Playbook held steady at number three with $10 million while its competition for the Best Picture Academy Award, Zero Dark Thirty, came in at number four with $9.8 million. …

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Jessica Chastain: Awards Make Me Vulnerable

Jessica Chastain becomes "vulnerable" when nominated for awards. The flame-haired beauty recently took home the Best Actress Golden Globe for her role as CIA agent Maya in Kathryn Bigelow's political thriller Zero Dark Thirty and with other potential awards in the pipeline - including an Oscar - she feels "anything" is possible after receiving so much support from family, friends and fans. "I don't work for awards but when you receive support and encouragement, it …

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Quentin Tarantino Feels Sorry for Ben Affleck

Quentin Tarantino feels sorry for Ben Affleck. Both directors missed out on Best Director Oscar nominations on Thursday even though their movies Django Unchained and Argo picked up nods in other categories but Quentin thinks Ben's snub was worse than his. Speaking at the Django Unchained premiere at London's Empire, Leicester Square, he told BANG Showbiz, "It would have been nice and everything but at the end of the day, I actually feel more sorry …

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Lincoln Leads Golden Globe Nominations

Lincoln leads the Golden Globe 2013 nominations with seven nods. Steven Spielberg's biopic about former President Abraham Lincoln is up for a host of top prizes including Best Drama, Best Director, Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis and Best Screenplay. Quentin Tarantino's western flick Django Unchained and political drama Argo follow close behind with five nominations each. Critically-acclaimed films Zero Dark Thirty, Les Miserables and Silver Linings Playbook each received four nods. With three nominations are …

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Box Office Breakdown: Skyfall Reclaims Top Spot

After having been kicked down to the number two spot behind The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 for three weeks, the 23rd Bond film, Skyfall, is back on top this week with $11 million. The animated holiday film Rise of the Guardians jumped up one spot to number two, bringing in $10.5 million while the popular teen vampire/werewolf franchise dropped down two spots to number three with $9.2 million. Lincoln and Life of Pi …

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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2’ Still at Number One

Twilight fans have yet to be stopped, as they have successfully won The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 its third consecutive week at the top of the box office with $17.4 million. The latest James Bond film, Skyfall, came in a close second with $17 million. Lincoln and Rise of the Guardians also stayed put in their spots at number three and four with $13,509,000 and $13,500,000 respectively. Life of Pi rounds out the …

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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Skyfall,’ ‘Lincoln’ Still Fall Behind ‘Twilight’

Vampire lovers are no match for James Bond and Abraham Lincoln. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 took number one at the box office for a second consecutive week since its debut, raking in $43 million this Thanksgiving weekend. Skyfall and Lincoln stayed put at number two and three with $36 million and $25 million, respectively. Fourth place went to newcomer The Rise of the Guardians, which pulled in $24 million while Ang Lee's …

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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Twilight Saga’ Ends at the Top

The end of the Twilight franchise saga has arrived, and its fans made sure it went out with a considerable box office take. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 took the number one spot with $141.3 million this weekend, pushing last week's top earner, Skyfall, back to number two with $41.5 million. Lincoln was added to around 1,700 theaters, boosting its sales to $21 million and thus securing the number three spot. Disney's Wreck-It …

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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Skyfall’ Knocks ‘Ralph’ from Top Spot

To no one's surprise, Skyfall swept the box office this weekend, nabbing the number one spot at the box office. What is a pleasant surprise - for the film's producers, anyway - was that the 23rd James Bond film's take of $87.8 million secured a new opening weekend record for the 50-year-old franchise. Disney's latest film, Wreck-It Ralph, was bumped down from its number one title to number two with $33 million while Flight also …

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Box Office Breakdown: Argo Climbs to the Top of a Quiet Weekend

After already having been in theaters for three weeks, Ben Affleck's Argo finally made it to number one during a weak box office weekend with $12.3 million. Hotel Transylvania was also boosted this weekend after having fallen from its number one debut. The animated family film jumped from number four to second place with $9.5 million. The much buzzed about Cloud Atlas debuted at number three with $9.4 million while Paranormal Activity 4 fell three …

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