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Winter the dolphin may have no tail, but she has legs at the box office. ‘Dolphin Tale,’ which opened at No. 3 last week, swam to first place with an estimated $ 14.2 million. That was enough not only to dethrone the 3D re-release of ‘The Lion King’ after two weeks, but also to outperform all four of this weekend’s new wide release movies: ’50/50,’ ‘Courageous,’ ‘Dream House’ and ‘What’s… Continue reading 'Dolphin Tale' Dethrones 'Lion King': Box Office Report, September 30-October 2

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If Criterion were ever to release an edition of the Arnold Schwarzenegger / Danny… Continue reading Criterion Corner: September Releases Deliver Sex, Death, And French People

The September Issue

An intimate, funny and surprising behind-the-scenes look at VOGUE’S legendary editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and her team of larger-than- life editors, this is the captivating story of how they create the must-have bible of fashion: THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE. At the eye of this annual fashion hurricane is the two-decade relationship between Anna and… Continue reading The September Issue

Can you feel the love this weekend? The 3D re-release of ‘The Lion King’ turned out to be a roaring success beyond anyone’s expectations. The updated version of the 1994 Disney classic debuted at No. 1, snatching the box office throne from ‘Contagion’ and clawing past three other newcomers (‘Drive,’ ‘Straw Dogs,’ and ‘I Don’t Know How She Does It’) to rule at the cineplex.

According to studio estimates, ‘Lion King’… Continue reading 'The Lion King' Roars Again: Box Office Report September 16-18











'The Help'
Aptly, moviegoers celebrated Labor Day weekend by watching a film about underappreciated household workers. For the third straight weekend, period dramedy ‘The Help’ was the top movie at the box office, ending the summer season by fending off three more action-packed newcomers: ‘The Debt,’ ‘Apollo 18’ and ‘Shark Night 3D.’

From Friday to Sunday, ‘The Help’ earned an estimated $ 14.2 million, a microscopic… Continue reading 'The Help' Fights Off Sharks, Spies and Aliens: Box Office Report September 2-5