Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Mr. Peabody & Sherman – $ 21.2 million ($ 63.1 million total)
2. 300: Rise of an Empire – $ 19.1 million ($ 78.3 million total)
3. Need for Speed – $ 17.8 million ($ 17.8 million total)
4. Non-Stop – $ 10.6 million ($ 68.8 million total)
5. Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club – $ 8.3 million ($ 8.3
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Whether by accident or by design, every film festival tends to stumble onto a trend or two. At this year’s SXSW, the big trend was time travel. Three films that played the festival dealt with characters jumping through time for reasons both selfish and selfless, which each movie tackling their shared genre in a completely different way.
But why time travel? As you watch The Infinite Man, Predestination and… Continue reading Indie Sci-Fi Alert: Time Travel Was Big at SXSW Thanks to 'The Infinite Man,' 'Predestination,' and 'Premature'
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