1. Paranormal Activity 2 $41.5 Total: $41.5
2. Jackass 3-D $21.6 Total: $87.1
3. Red $15.0 Total: $43.4
4. Hereafter $12.0 Total: $12.3
5. The Social Network $7.3 Total: $72.9
6. Secretariat $6.9 Total: $37.3
7. Life as We Know It $6.1 Total: $37.6
8. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole $3.1 Total: $50.1
9. The Town $2.7 Total: $84.6
10. Easy A $1.7 Total: $54.7
11. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $1.2 Total: $49.9
12. My Soul to Take $1.0 Total: $13.9
Jackass 3D opened with a whopping $50 million weekend take, giving Johnny Knoxville and his Jackass gang the top spot for their opening weekend.
1. Jackass 3-D $50.0 Total: $50.0
2. Red $22.5 Total: $22.5
3. The Social Network $11.0 Total: $63.1
4. Secretariat $9.5 Total: $27.5
5. Life as We Know It $9.2 Total: $28.8
6. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole $4.2 Total: $46.0
7. The Town $4.0 Total: $80.5
8. My Soul to Take $3.1 Total: $11.9
9. Easy A $2.6 Total: $52.3
10. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $2.3 Total: $47.8
11. N-Secure $1.3 Total: $1.3
12. It’s Kind of a Funny Story $1.2 Total: $4.0
We’ve got some news on the next chapter in the DC Comic superhero’s Dark Knight story (currently has the spiffy title Batman 3).
So here we go, the first casting has occurred and I’m sure in the weeks to come we’ll have a few more. It’s being reported that Tom Hardy has been cast by Nolan for a major role in the next Batman. Nolan has the reputation of working within a pool of of actors from movie to move, so this casting should come to no surprise to fans of the movie Inception.
No word yet on who he will play, my money is on a villain but who knows, could it be one of these?
The third installment of the Batman movie is slated for July 20, 2012.
I love it, you can’t beat a Superman shirt for just $7.99! I have this shirt and love it, mostly it reminds me of being 5 and having an iron on Superman T-shirt my mom made me, or it’s just a killer shirt. I’m actually not sure but it doesn’t matter, it’s just $7.99 so go get it. You won’t find a cheaper Superman T-shirt anyplace.
This is an officially licensed DC Comics Superman t-shirt in which these Superman shirts have been screen printed with a Superman image. These Superman tshirts are usually made of combined cotton and poly blend giving this Superman tee a super soft feel. This type of soft sheer t-shirt gives it a ‘distressed’ pre-washed look.
David Fincher’s saga about the legal feuds, drama and personality clashes, remained the top box office draw for a second straight weekend with a take of $15.5 million.
1. The Social Network $15.5 Total: $46.0
2. Life as We Know It $14.6 Total: $14.6
3. Secretariat $12.6 Total: $12.6
4. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole $7.0 Total: $39.4
5. My Soul to Take $6.9 Total: $6.9
6. The Town $6.3 Total: $73.7
7. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $4.6 Total: $43.6
8. Easy A $4.2 Total: $48.1
9. Case 39 $2.6 Total: $9.6
10. You Again $2.4 Total: $20.7
11. Let Me In $2.4 Total: $9.1
12. It’s Kind of a Funny Story $2.0 Total: $2.0
Comics fans who have been bummed over the price of comics can breath a little easier today, DC Comics announced it would be dropping the price on most of their comics!
New York, October 7, 2010– Beginning January 2011, DC Comics will implement a line-wide pricing adjustment, lowering the prices of all standard length 32-page ongoing comic book titles currently priced at $3.99 to $2.99, it was announced today by DC Comics Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio.
“Today’s announcement re-affirms DC Comics’ commitment to both our core fans and to comic book store retailers,” said Jim Lee, DC Comics Co-Publisher. “For the long term health of the industry, we are willing to take a financial risk so that readers who love our medium do not abandon the art form.”
“As Co-Publishers, we listened to our fans and to our partners in the retail community who told us that a $3.99 price point for 32 pages was too expensive. Fans were becoming increasingly reluctant to sample new titles and long term fans were beginning to abandon titles and characters that they’d collected for years.” said Dan DiDio, DC Comics Co-Publisher. “We needed a progressive pricing strategy that supports our existing business model and, more importantly, allows this creative industry to thrive for years to come. With the exceptions of oversized comic books, like annuals and specials, we are committed to a $2.99 price point.”
When taking into account mini-series, annuals and specials, more than 80% of DC’s comic books will be priced at $2.99.
As of January, the following titles standard length ongoing titles, previously priced at $3.99 for 32 pages/22 story pages, will be priced at $2.99 with 32 pages/20 story pages:
Batman: The Dark Knight;
Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors;
As of January, the following licensed titles, previously priced at $3.99, will be priced at $2.99:
Gears of War;
God of War;
Kane & Lynch;
Ratchet & Clank.
As of January, the following ongoing titles previously priced at $3.99 for 40 pages/30 story pages including co-features, will no longer include co-features and will be priced at $2.99 for 32 pages/ 20 story pages:
Batman: Streets of Gotham;
Justice League of America;
Legion of Super-Heroes;
In January, five books are $3.99 for 40 pages/30 story pages:
Batman: Europa # 1
First Wave # 6
DCU: Legacies # 9
Weird Worlds # 1
World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen
The following oversized anniversary issue will be $4.99 for 48 pages/38 story pages:
Hellblazer # 275
“Fans of our co-features should stay tuned. Some of these characters will find a new platform,” said Dan DiDio. “Going forward, mini-series and special events may feature a different price point and page count to best allow writers and artists the flexibility of format and story pages they need to tell their stories best.”
It looks like the much rumored Wonder Woman deal will actually not turn out to be a movie, but a TV show.
Rumors are around the web that Warner Brothers Television is developing a Wonder Woman show with David E. Kelley set to maybe write and produce the project. Kelley has worked as a writer and producer on some of the biggest television series ever made. His credits include such shows as Boston Public, Boston Legal Doogie Howser, M.D., L.A. Law, Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, Ally McBeal and The Practice. I think he did some film work also, but I’m not sure it’s as big.
The show will be a modern-day reboot of the classic DC comic book heroine and we have no word yet on who will actually play Wonder Woman.
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Director David Fincher’s drama The Social Network debuted as the No. 1 weekend film with a $23 million weekend take.
1. The Social Network $23.0 Total: $23.0
2. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole $10.8 Total: $30.0
3. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $10.1 Total: $35.8
4. The Town $10.0 Total: $64.3
5. Easy A $7.0 Total: $42.4
6. You Again $5.5 Total: $16.4
7. Case 39 $5.3 Total: $5.3
8. Let Me In $5.3 Total: $5.3
9. Devil $3.6 Total: $27.3
10. Alpha and Omega $3.0 Total: $19.0
11. Resident Evil: Afterlife $2.8 Total: $56.6
12. Inception $.8 Total: $288.3
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