The Oscars are often a den of crazy, from rambling speeches and mangled names to some truly terrible host routines. But do you remember Sacheen Littlefeather? Or the streaker?
With advance ticket sales through the roof, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ ran away with the box-office crown for Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day weekend.
When I see a headline that says “Movie Theaters Tell Patrons to Leave Whips at Home,” I know that I have to talk about it. This directive was given to those going to see “Fifty Shades of Grey.” I think that will be a very interesting crowd.
The new animated comedy sequel, ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Fish Out of Water,’ opened to an estimated weekend total of $56-million.
The runaway hit, American Sniper, made it three weekends in a row in first place at the box office by earning an estimated $32-million, setting a record for Super Bowl Weekend.
The all-new, all-female “Ghostsbusters” are here.
Oscar-nominated American Sniper hit its target for a second weekend in a row, earning an estimated $64-million and remaining in first place at the box office.
The Oscar-nominated, Clint Eastwood-directed combat drama starring Bradley Cooper earned an estimated, whopping $90-million on its first weekend.
With only eight films nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Oscars, we point out five additional films that deserved a spot in this prestigious Academy Award category.
Rich talked about the reaction to the latest edition of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in France, the re-defining of prostitution in Seattle, and Nancy Grace’s interview with rapper 2 Chains. He also talked to Ariela Migdal from the ACLU about her representation of a woman fighting to keep her job while she is pregnant.
Taken 3, the action-thriller sequel starring Liam Neeson, finished first at the box office by earning an estimated $40-million on its weekend debut.
Middle-earth continues beckoning moviegoers.
The sequel, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, made it two weekends in a row on top by nailing another first-place finish at the box office, this time earning an estimated $41-million.
The third and final installment, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, easily led the way, earning an estimated $56-million on its debut weekend.
The science fiction sequel, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, made it three weeks in a row in first place, earning an estimated $22-million on its third weekend of release.