Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Ride Along – $ 21.6 million
2. Lone Survivor – $ 12.6 million
3. The Nut Job – $ 12.3 million
4. Frozen – $ 9.0 million
5. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $ 8.8 million
6. I, Frankenstein – $ 8.2 million
7. American Hustle – $ 7.1 million
8. August: Osage County – $ 5.04 million
8. The Wolf of Wall Street -
In the impending disaster that is I, Frankenstein (sorry, Aaron Eckhart), the title monster is taken to the near future, where he battles gargoyles and tries to prevent the apocalypse… or something. The trailer earns chuckles and grimaces from both casual and seasoned filmgoers alike because they know one thing: that scarred action hero engaging in all kinds of CGI derring-do isn’t Frankenstein’s monster. We… Continue reading Why Do Most Frankenstein Movies Ignore the Source Material?
Actor Aaron Eckhart, appearing on the cover of the upcoming issue Muscle & Fitness, opens up about the monstrous training regimen he underwent for his role in the highly-anticipated film I, Frankenstein.
“I wanted to be strong like a gorilla — to have that animal instinct,” the A-lister told Muscle & Fitness of the unrelenting six-month training plan, in which he worked out six days a… Continue reading How Did Aaron Eckhart Get ‘Strong Like A Gorilla’ For ‘I, Frankenstein?’ Find Out Here …
Sometimes, it takes a monster to save mankind.
That’s the premise of “I, Frankenstein,” an upcoming movie from the team behind “Underworld.” A new trailer hit the internet today and shows a scarred (and very, very angry) Aaron Eckhart as the legendary monster created by Frankenstein.
Two hundred years after his creation, Adam is still around. And in the movie’s dystopic version of the present, he’s caught in a massive struggle involving… Continue reading 'I, Frankenstein' Trailer: Aaron Eckhart Is Very, Very Angry (VIDEO)