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‘1917’ storms UK box office with £7.3m opening

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‘1917’ storms UK box office with £7.3m opening
Little Women’ overtakes ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ for second spot.

RankFilm (Distributor)Three-day gross (Jan 10-12)Total gross to date Week 1 1917 (eOne) £7.3m £7.4m 1 2 Little Women (Sony) £2m £13.2m 3 3 Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (Disney) £1.9m £54.9m 4 4 The Gentlemen (Entertainment Film Distribution) £1.71m £6m 2 5 Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony) £1.68m £31m 5

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Sam Mendes’ First World War epic 1917 has stormed the UK box office, with a £7.3m opening weekend taking it to the top spot.

The feature took £7.4m including previews; it played in 684 locations, grossing £10,731 per location.

1917 won best motion picture
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John Cena Gives Girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh a Sweet Kiss at Doolittle Premiere in L.A.

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John Cena Gives Girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh a Sweet Kiss at Doolittle Premiere in L.A.
John Cena and girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh are still going strong!

On Saturday, the couple packed on the Pda while making their second red carpet appearance together, attending the world premiere of the actor’s new film, Doolittle, on Saturday in Westwood, California.

With a big smile on their faces, Cena, 42, and Shariatzadeh cozied up together while they posed, even at one point sharing a sweet kiss on the lips. Cena wore a dapper blue suit and a patterned tie for the happy occasion, while Shariatzadeh opted for an eye-catching metallic silver dress.

In another sweet moment, the actor referred to
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John Cena and Shay Shariatzadeh Pack on the Pda at Dolittle Premiere

John Cena and Shay Shariatzadeh Pack on the Pda at Dolittle Premiere
Look at the beautiful couple! John Cena and girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh stepped out this weekend for the premiere of Dolittle at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood Village, Calif.  Despite making their red carpet debut just a few months ago during the premiere of Cena's movie Playing with Fire, the two are walking the red carpet again and this time they're not afraid to show the world just how in love they are.  The happy couple was pictured numerous times looking lovingly at one another and kissing each other on the cheeks and mouth.  Cena wore a classic all-navy suit to the premiere of his latest film, also starring Robert Downey...
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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ still on top but ‘The Gentlemen’ opens strong at UK box office

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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ still on top but ‘The Gentlemen’ opens strong at UK box office
New openers include The Gentlemen and Jojo Rabbit.

RankFilm (Distributor)Three-day gross (Jan 3-5)Total gross to date Week 1 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Disney) £4.4m £51.3m 3 2 Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony) £3.1m £28.4m 4 3 Little Women (Universal) £2.6m £9.1m 2 4 The Gentlemen (Entertainment Film Distributors) £2.18m £3m 1 5 André Rieu: 70 Years Of Young (Piece of Magic Entertainment) £1.7m £1.7m 1 Disney

Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker continued to be a force to be reckoned with at the UK box office, holding the top slot on its third week of release. The concluding episode of the Skywalker saga generated
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Box Office Report For January 3-5

Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, our crop of new releases goes up against the third week of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Competing against that blockbuster? We have…The Grudge. Not much of a fair fight, it seems. How did they do? Read on to see how the weekend turned out… This won’t surprise anyone, but Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker remains in the top spot this weekend. After somewhat of a soft opening, the conclusion to the Star Wars Saga continues to make plenty of money, though again, at a somewhat smaller clip than would have been expected. This time around, it was only a $33.7 million haul.
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in January 2020

Netflix has confirmed that 56 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in January. Leading off the lineup are the final seasons of some of the biggest shows on Netflix, including the Emmy-winning animated series “BoJack Horseman,” the family favorite “Anne With an E” and the Ashton Kutcher comedy series “The Ranch.”

Among those shows launching their first seasons in the first month of the year are the Tyler Perry family drama “A Fall From Grace,” the sly satire “Medical Police” and the crime thriller “The Stranger.”

Also look for the sophomore edition of the British import “Sex Education,” season 3 of “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and season 6 of “Grace & Frankie” with real-life pals Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming and leaving Netflix in January 2020.

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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ stays top but ‘Little Women’ impresses at the UK box office

‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ stays top but ‘Little Women’ impresses at the UK box office
Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’ is the biggest Boxing Day opener of recent years.

RankFilm (Distributor)Three-day gross (Dec 27-Dec 29)Total gross to date Week 1 Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (Disney) £9.3m £39.4m 2 2 Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony) £3.6m £21.9m 3 3 Little Women (Universal) £2.7m £3.6m 1 4 Frozen II (Disney) £2.1m £46.1m 6 5 Cats (Universal) £1.9m £7.3m 2 Disney

Disney’s Star Wars; The Rise Of Skywalker ruled the UK box office on its second week on release with a three-day weekend gross of £9.3m to take it to £39.4m to date. It is now the seventh biggest film of 2019.

Frozen 2 also impressed,
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Netflix's New Releases Coming in January 2020

Netflix's New Releases Coming in January 2020
With a new year comes a new batch of titles being added to Netflix.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Inception, American Beauty, Julie & Julia, Chasing Amy, Catch Me If You Can, True Grit, The Queen, The Master, A Cinderella Story, Steve Jobs and The Bling Ring are among the movies being added to the streamer in January.

Additionally, both Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will debut on Jan. 1.

Television shows that will be added to Netflix include the second season of Good Girls, the first season of Playing with Fire and ...
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Competition: Win ‘WWE Crown Jewel 2019′ on DVD

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To celebrate the DVD release of WWE: Crown Jewel 2019 (available to buy from 6th January 2020) – we are giving away a copy to one lucky winner.

WWE returns to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for another historic event packed with huge matchups. Brock Lesnar defends his WWE Championship against former Ufc rival Cain Velasquez, boxing megastar Tyson Fury steps into the world of sports-entertainment to battle Braun Strowman, and Seth Rollins puts the Universal Championship on the line against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt! Plus, the first ever WWE women’s match in Saudi Arabia and much more action!

It was a blockbuster night inside the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh as WWE put on a mega-show big enough to rival WrestleMania!

Both Cain Velasquez and Tyson Fury stepped into a WWE ring for the first time – something many fans have dreamed of seeing but never imagined would actually happen!

Velasquez
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UK box office preview: can ‘Little Women’ hold its own against strong holdovers?

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UK box office preview: can ‘Little Women’ hold its own against strong holdovers?
Disney opens ‘Spies In Disguise’ as ‘Star Wars’, ‘Cats’ roll on.

This weekend sees the latest version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic 19th-century novel Little Women hit UK cinemas through Sony, looking to capitalise on the seasonal setting of the story.

Adapted and directed by Greta Gerwig, the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Eliza Scanlen and Screen Star of Tomorrow 2016 Florence Pugh as the four March sisters, each navigating life and exploring themselves in Massachusetts.

The supporting cast includes Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, Louis Garrel, Chris Cooper, and Screen Star of Tomorrow 2013 James Norton.
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What’s Coming to Netflix in January 2020

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What better way to celebrate the New Year than by settling into the couch with a Netflix marathon? Get nostalgic about the early ’00s with Hilary Duff in “A Cinderella Story,” or get inspired to cook with Meryl Streep and Amy Adams in “Julie & Julia.” Both titles are headed to the streaming service early next month.

A few classics are also coming to the site, including two “Lord of the Rings” pics, the complete “Kill Bill” saga and “American Beauty.”

New seasons of several highly anticipated Netflix originals will also hit the streamer like “Sex Education,” “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” “Grace and Frankie” and the second half of “BoJack Horseman’s” final season, dropping at the end of the month.

See the full list of titles below:

Jan. 1

Ghost Stories

Messiah

Nisman: Death of a Prosecutor

Spinning Out

The Circle

21

A Cinderella Story

American Beauty

Catch Me If You
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Movie Review – Playing With Fire (2019)

Playing With Fire, 2019. Directed by Andy Fickman. Starring John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, Brianna Hildebrand, John Leguizamo, Tyler Mane, Judy Greer, Christian Convery, Finley Rose Slater and Dennis Haysbert. Synopsis: A no-nonsense smoke jumper finds himself caring for a trio of unruly children when he rescues them from their burning home. It seems that every […]

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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ earns $59m in first two days of international box office (update)

‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ earns $59m in first two days of international box office (update)
UK delivers $8.3m, Germany $7.2m, France $5.3m, Mexico $2.4m.

December 20 Update: Disney executives reported on Friday that Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker has raced to $59.1m from its first two days of international release, rising to $99.1m including $40m in Thursday previews in North America.

Active in 46 international markets and number one in all except the UAE, Lucasfilm’s third trilogy finale has grossed $8.3m in the UK, $7.2m in Germany, $5.3m in France, $4.3m in Australia, and $3.6m in China since preview screenings started on Wednesday night. The territory has not traditionally been a key driver for the Star Wars films.
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‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ earns $59m in first two international days (update)

‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ earns $59m in first two international days (update)
UK delivers $8.3m, Germany $7.2m, France $5.3m, Mexico $2.4m.

December 20 Update: Disney executives reported on Friday that Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker has raced to $59.1m from its first two days of international release, rising to $99.1m including $40m in Thursday previews in North America.

Active in 46 international markets and number one in all except the UAE, Lucasfilm’s third trilogy finale has grossed $8.3m in the UK, $7.2m in Germany, $5.3m in France, $4.3m in Australia, and $3.6m in China since preview screenings started on Wednesday night. The territory has not traditionally been a key driver for the Star Wars films.
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'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' to dominate global box office in $450m-plus bow

'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' to dominate global box office in $450m-plus bow
Cats ventures into UK one week ahead of North America, rest of world.

Already open almost everywhere, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker will dominate global box office in an opening weekend that could top $450m and will rule for the remainder of the year and into the early stages of 2020.

International launch estimates range from $230m-$300m, a wide and wild spread based on comparable debuts in the same bucket of markets at current exchange rates by The Force Awakens ($312m) and The Last Jedi ($235m).

J.J. Abrams’ return to a galaxy far, far away opened in China
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Box-Office Weekend: Jumanji Goes to the Next Level

Unlike last weekend, where only one new film managed to crack the weekend box-office top ten, three new films took spots amongst this weekend’s top films. Finishing in the top spot, by a very wide margin, was the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level, which enjoyed an opening box-office weekend that brought in $60.1 million.

Despite being knocked to second place and making over $40 million less than Jumanji, Frozen II did add another $19.2 million this weekend and easily beat third-place finisher Knives Out, which brought in $9.3 million. The four-week total for the Disney behemoth stands at $366.5 million and this weekend’s impressive second-place finish portends a lengthy stay in the top ten. The aforementioned Knives Out now sports a three-week tally of $78.9 million.

The weekend’s second newcomer, Richard Jewell, took fourth place with a $5.0 million showing to narrowly beat the third debut of the weekend, the horror remake of Black Christmas,
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Bo Report: Horror remake ‘Black Christmas’ underlines a black weekend for cinemas

‘Black Christmas’ (Photo credit: Universal).

With Disney/Fox’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker invading cinemas this Thursday no distributor was brave – or foolish – enough to launch potentially lucrative titles last weekend.

So, no one could blame cinemagoers for ignoring the new releases which had flopped or under-performed in the Us or the UK, while Universal/Blumhouse’s horror movie Black Christmas was D.O.A here and globally.

Paramount’s family comedy Playing with Fire fared best among the newcomers, but that’s not saying a lot as the top 20 titles generated $10.4 million, down 16 per cent on the previous frame according to Numero.

The Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen II continued its reign, raking in nearly $3.7 million in its third weekend, propelling the total to $22.8 million. The sequel co-directed by the original’s Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee has amassed $1.03 billion worldwide, ranking as the seventh biggest animated release of all time.
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Box-Office Weekend: Frozen II Maintains Icy Grip on Box Office

Only one film entered anew the top ten this past box-office weekend as Dark Waters cracked the list finishing in the sixth spot. Still standing tall above all challengers was last week’s top finisher, Frozen II, which added $34.7 million over the weekend, giving the film a three-week tally of $337.7 million.

Meanwhile, Knives Out held firm in the second spot of the three-day top ten with $14.2 million over the weekend, which gives the film a two-week total of $63.5 million. This allowed the film to yet again best Ford v Ferrari which languished in third place for another week earning $6.5 million, despite sporting a four-week cumulative total of $91.1 million.

Fourth and fifth placed swapped this week from last as Queen & Slim overtook A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood to finish in fourth, which means that the Tom Hanks vehicle fell to fifth in its third week of release. Queen & Slim
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‘Frozen 2,’ ‘Knives Out,’ and ‘Queen & Slim’ Shine as ‘Playmobil’ Bottoms Out

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‘Frozen 2,’ ‘Knives Out,’ and ‘Queen & Slim’ Shine as ‘Playmobil’ Bottoms Out
The ugly news first: The weekend’s sole wide opener, “Playmobil: The Movie,” opened to $660,000 in 2,337 theaters, placing No. 14 overall with a $282 per-theater average.

Even with that burden, however, this wasn’t the worst weekend of 2019. The Super Bowl weekend took that honor at $73.4 million, the worst performance that date saw in 19 years. At $87 million, this weekend is slightly up from last year.

Two hit films, “Frozen 2” and “Knives Out,” accounted for about 60% of the total, but several others helped keep grosses at parity. In its 10th weekend, “Joker” remains in the Top 10 and has already reached $321 million domestic. In its third weekend, “Frozen 2” is at $338 million domestic.

And while grosses remain more than $500 million below 2018, expect that shortfall to decline through the rest of the year. Next week four wide releases debut, led by “Jumanji: The Next Level,” along with “Richard Jewell,” “Black Christmas,” and “Bombshell;” these will easily
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Box Office Report For December 6-8

Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, Disney has once again continued raking in tons of money for their record breaking animated sequel Frozen II, making it a very hard champion to dethrone. Going up against the cartoon giant for top honors this time around essentially just a bunch of holdovers. How did they all do? Read on to see how the weekend turned out… Frozen II once again led the charge, taking in another $34.6 million, bringing its tremendous cume to nearly $338 million, domestically. Disney will almost certainly be planning a third installment at some point in the future, as audiences continue to eat this franchise up, even if the critical
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