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Ryan Reynolds Suits Up in New Deadpool 2 Set Photos

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Ryan Reynolds was spotted in full costume on a nighttime shoot as Deadpool 2 continues production in Vancouver.

Hellboy Reboot May Be Distributed By Lionsgate

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The upcoming Hellboy reboot may have found a distributor in Lionsgate. While never as popular as heroes like Batman or Spider-Man, Hellboy is definitely a character with a loyal fanbase. First appearing on the comics page in 1993, Mike Mignola’s infernal hero quickly became well-known for things like his unique look, sarcastic sense of humor, and ability to beat the holy hell out of villains both large and small.

Hellboy was, of course, finally brought to live-action life in 2004 by Ron Perlman, in Guillermo del Toro’s film bearing the character’s name. A critical darling, Hellboy achieved only decent success in theaters, hauling in $99 million worldwide on a budget of $66 million. Still, ...

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Another Wolfcop Trailer Explodes with More Liquor, Blood & Donuts

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The trailer for Wolfcop 2 has arrived and it brings more of everything fans wanted from the first movie.

“Dunkirk” Slated For $40 Million Opening

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Early industry tracking figures have slated Christopher Nolan’s WW2 evacuation film “Dunkirk” to open to around the $30-40 million mark at the U.S. domestic box-office.

Slated for a July 21st release opposite “Girls Trip” and “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” the film is opening two weekends after “Spider-Man: Homecoming” which is expected to open to up to $100 million, and one weekend after “War for the Planet of the Apes” which is expected to debut at around $65 million.

A $40 million opening would be Nolan’s lowest opening in wide release since “The Prestige” opened to $14.8 million in 2006. Nolan’s other non-Batman original films since that time have included “Inception” which opened to $62.8 million, and “Interstellar” which opened to $47.5 million.

No reviews or post-screening social media reaction to “Dunkirk” have so far hit. The film will appear in 125 separate 70MM theaters, making it the widest release in the format in 25 years.

Source: Variety

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“Dunkirk” Slated For $40 Million Opening

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Early industry tracking figures have slated Christopher Nolan’s WW2 evacuation film “Dunkirk” to open to around the $30-40 million mark at the U.S. domestic box-office.

Slated for a July 21st release opposite “Girls Trip” and “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” the film is opening two weekends after “Spider-Man: Homecoming” which is expected to open to up to $100 million, and one weekend after “War for the Planet of the Apes” which is expected to debut at around $65 million.

A $40 million opening would be Nolan’s lowest opening in wide release since “The Prestige” opened to $14.8 million in 2006. Nolan’s other non-Batman original films since that time have included “Inception” which opened to $62.8 million, and “Interstellar” which opened to $47.5 million.

No reviews or post-screening social media reaction to “Dunkirk” have so far hit. The film will appear in 125 separate 70MM theaters, making it the widest release in the format in 25 years.

Source: Variety

The post “Dunkirk” Slated For $40 Million Opening appeared first on Dark Horizons.

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