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Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Frozen – $ 31.6 million

2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – $ 27.5 million

3. Out of the Furnace – $ 5.3 million

4. Thor: The Dark World – $ 4.7 million

5. Delivery Man – $ 3.7 million

6. Homefront – $ 3.3 million

7. The Book Thief – $ 2.7 million

8. The Best Man Holiday – $ 2.6 million

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Here’s your 5-day Thanksgiving box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – $ 110.1 million

2. Frozen – $ 93.0 million

3. Thor: The Dark World – $ 19.7 million

4. The Best Man Holiday – $ 11.1 million

5. Homefront – $ 9.7 million

6. Delivery Man – $ 9.6 million

7. The Book Thief – $ 6.4 million

8. Black Nativity – $ 5.0 million

9. Philomena –

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Want to land a part in a movie? Just have the worst morning ever.

That was Jena Malone’s strategy, the actress revealed in a recent interview with… Continue reading Jena Malone Nailed Her 'Catching Fire' Audition by Having the Worst Morning Ever

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Was “Delivery Man” just a sacrificial lamb, opening opposite “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”? It didn’t have to be.

Sure, there was no way in Panem that “Catching Fire” would fail to debut at No. 1 and win the weekend by a huge margin. But that didn’t mean that a smartly counter-programmed film couldn’t do well, too. Before “Catching Fire” set a… Continue reading Box Office: Did 'Delivery Man' Have a Chance Against 'Catching Fire'?

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The release of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is rapidly approaching, and that means it’s time for some box office speculation. According to a pair of reports from Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter, things are looking very good for the “Hunger Games” sequel.

First, Deadline reports that studio Lionsgate is projecting an opening weekend for “Catching Fire” in the $ 140… Continue reading 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Could Break Box Office Records (Duh)