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Emma: 5 Best (& 5 Worst) Jane Austen Adaptations, According to IMDb

Emma: 5 Best (& 5 Worst) Jane Austen Adaptations, According to IMDb
The next Jane Austen installment is here. We usually get one every five to ten years, and this time around it is an adaptation of her book Emma.  The book was published in 1815, and it is about a young woman, named Emma, who is obsessed with matchmaking. While she means well, she often finds herself getting into predicaments. The story hammers the themes of romance, class, female empowerment and hubris.

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It was the last novel published while Austen was still alive, and has since gone through several adaptations into film. The most famous one starring Gwyneth Paltrow in 1996. Emma, starring Anya Taylor-Joy hits theatres on February 21st. Before you go see it, take a look at the 5 best and 5 worst Jane Austen adaptations, according to IMDb
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Flash Sneak Peek: What Is Telepathic Cecile's Read on Sue Dearbon?

Flash Sneak Peek: What Is Telepathic Cecile's Read on Sue Dearbon?
This week on The CW’s The Flash, Ralph finally tracks down the elusive Sue Dearbon. And though the P.I. and missing person appear to hit it off straight away, will Sue pass the Cecile test?

In the episode “A Girl Named Sue” (airing tonight at 8/7c), after months of searching for Sue Dearbon (played by The Originals‘ Natalie Dreyfuss), Ralph gets a lead on her whereabouts and finally comes face to face with his missing client. Sue, however, refuses to return home to her family, and instead, leads Ralph on a daring adventure.

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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ opens as ‘Parasite’ expands after Oscar triumph

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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ opens as ‘Parasite’ expands after Oscar triumph
Other openers include Working Title’s period drama ‘Emma’.

Sonic The Hedgehog marks the first cinema outing for the popular Sega video game character at the UK box office this weekend, as Oscars winner Parasite expands its locations by over 200%.

Released through Paramount, Sonic The Hedgehog sees a small-town police officer discover the titular animal, and attempt to defeat an evil genius who wants to do experiments on it. Ben Schwartz voices Sonic, with James Marden and Jim Carrey as the cop and evil genius.

Films based on video games have had mixed success at the box office; a pre-existing
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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ opens as ‘Parasite’ expands after Oscar triumph

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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ opens as ‘Parasite’ expands after Oscar triumph
Other openers include Working Title’s period drama ‘Emma’.

Sonic The Hedgehog marks the first cinema outing for the popular Sega video game character at the UK box office this weekend, as Oscars winner Parasite expands its locations by over 200%.

Released through Paramount, Sonic The Hedgehog sees a small-town police officer discover the titular animal, and attempt to defeat an evil genius who wants to do experiments on it. Ben Schwartz voices Sonic, with James Marden and Jim Carrey as the cop and evil genius.

Films based on video games have had mixed success at the box office; a pre-existing
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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ chases coins as ‘Parasite’ expands

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UK box office preview: ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ chases coins as ‘Parasite’ expands
Other openers include Working Title’s period drama ‘Emma’.

Sonic The Hedgehog marks the first cinema outing for the popular Sega video game character at the UK box office this weekend, as Oscars winnerParasite expands its locations by over 200%.

Released through Paramount, Sonic The Hedgehog sees a small-town police officer discover the titular animal, and attempt to defeat an evil genius who wants to do experiments on it. Ben Schwartz voices Sonic, with James Marden and Jim Carrey as the cop and evil genius.

Films based on video games have had mixed success at the box office; a pre-existing fanbase can provide a ready-made audience,
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Razzie Awards Nominations 2020 Led by Cats, Rambo 5 and The Fanatic

Razzie Awards Nominations 2020 Led by Cats, Rambo 5 and The Fanatic
Now that the Oscars are all over and done with, and the best of the best have now been honored, it is time to turn to the awards ceremony for the worst of the worst: The Razzies. Well, the nominations are now in and the likes of Cats, Rambo: Last Blood and A Medea Family Funeral take the lead for the 2020 Golden Raspberry Awards.

The much-maligned cinematic adaptation of the musical Cats has garnered a total of nine Razzie nominations, securing a nod in every major category apart from Worst Actor and Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel. Star Rebel Wilson though has been nominated for both Worst Actress and Worst Supporting Actress for her work in The Hustle and Cats, respectively. Hopefully, she has a sense of humor about it.

Rambo: Last Blood is right behind Cats with a total of eight nominations, which continues the long-running tradition of The Razzies dishonoring Sylvester Stallone.
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The 40th annual Razzie nominations: ‘Cats’ scratches up 8 hisses including 4 acting bids and Worst Picture

The 40th annual Razzie nominations: ‘Cats’ scratches up 8 hisses including 4 acting bids and Worst Picture
You knew this was coming. The 40th annual Golden Raspberry Awards dishonored the cinematic feline felony known as”Cats” with eight nominations, including one for no less than Dame Judi Dench herself. In fact, the organization even felt the need to describe her Old Deuteronomy as looking suspiciously similar to the Cowardly Lion from “The Wizard of Oz.” Somewhere, Bert Lahr is crying.

But incredibly, there were two other 2019 releases that proved egregious enough to also be pelted with eight nominations: Sylvester Stallone‘s “Rambo: Last Blood” and Tyler Perry‘s 12th and purportedly last appearance in a wig and dress, “A Medea Family Funeral.”

As per usual, the competitors for disgraced excellence were announced on the eve of the Academy Awards, which airs live on ABC on Sunday. The cheeky Razzies also had the nerve to slap around two other Oscars winners besides Dame Judi: Anne Hathaway, up for both “The Hustle” and “Serenity,
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‘Cats,’ ‘Rambo: Last Blood,’ Final ‘Madea’ Film Top Razzie Nominations for Worst Movies of 2019

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‘Cats,’ ‘Rambo: Last Blood,’ Final ‘Madea’ Film Top Razzie Nominations for Worst Movies of 2019
Tom Hooper’s movie musical “Cats,” Sylvester Stallone’s “Rambo: Last Blood,” and Tyler Perry’s “A Madea Family Funeral” topped this year’s nominations list for the worst movies and performances of 2019, scoring eight nominations a piece.

Other “honorees” on this year’s list include the remake of “Hellboy” starring David Harbour, John Travolta in the thriller “The Fanatic” and the James Franco-directed period drama “Zeroville.”

The Razzies are now in their 40th year, and the group typically announces its nominees a day ahead of the Oscar nominations. But with the Oscars moving to its earliest date ever, it also pushed back the Razzies, which are only just announcing the nominees list. The awards ceremony for the winners will be announced at a later date.

Also Read: John Travolta Gives 'Cringe-Worthy' Performance in 'The Fanatic' as Borderline Autistic Character, Critics Say

This year the organization accompanied its nominees with a video sketch,
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Lgbtq zombie horror romance By Day’s End gets a trailer and poster

Breaking Glass Pictures has released a poster and trailer for the Lgbtq zombie horror romance By Day’s End, which stars Andrea Nelson and Lyndsey Lantz as a couple of the verge of a break-up who find themselves fighting against the undead when a pandemic disease that causes insatiable hunger ravages the world around them. Check […]

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Road trip horror Exit 0 gets a poster and trailer

Breaking Glass Pictures has unveiled a poster and trailer for Exit 0, a road trip horror starring Gabe Fazio (A Star is Born), Augie Duke (Messiah), Peter Greene (The Mask), and Federico Castelluccio (The Sopranos); check them out here, along with the official synopsis… A young couple who set out on a weekend getaway in hopes […]

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Box Office: ‘Rhythm Section’ Can’t Find a Pulse as ‘Bad Boys’ Extends Streak

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Box Office: ‘Rhythm Section’ Can’t Find a Pulse as ‘Bad Boys’ Extends Streak
Sony’s “Bad Boys for Life” is showing plenty of life at North American multiplexes with about $17 million at 3,705 sites for its third consecutive victory, early estimates showed Friday.

But Paramount’s spy thriller “The Rhythm Section,” starring Blake Lively, isn’t showing traction whatsoever with a $3 million opening at 3,049 North American locations — below muted expectations in the $4 million to $8 million range. Lively teams with Jude Law in “Rhythm Section,” an R-rated action drama about a woman investigating a plane crash that killed her family.

The film, produced by “James Bond” mainstays Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, carries a $50 million price tag. Reed Morano (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) directed the movie, which has been mostly panned by critics for a 29% Rotten Tomatoes score.

Orion’s horror fantasy “Gretel & Hansel” launched in line with expectations with about $7 million from 3,007 venues. The film, directed by Oz Perkins, is not a high-risk proposition,
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Box Office: Blake Lively’s ‘Rhythm Section’ Opens Quietly With $235,000 on Thursday Night

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Box Office: Blake Lively’s ‘Rhythm Section’ Opens Quietly With $235,000 on Thursday Night
Paramount’s spy thriller “The Rhythm Section,” starring Blake Lively, opened quietly with $235,000 at 2,256 North American locations on Thursday night.

Horror fantasy “Gretel & Hansel” also launched on Thursday, but Orion Pictures did not report preview numbers.

The new entries are expected to generate only modest returns of less than $10 million during the typically quiet Super Bowl weekend while Sony’s action comedy “Bad Boys for Life” tops box office charts for the third weekend in a row. The third iteration of the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence franchise should take in between $15 million and $20 million, followed by Universal’s sixth frame of World War I drama “1917” in the $10 million to $12 million range.

Lively teams with Jude Law in “Rhythm Section,” an R-rated action drama about a woman investigating a plane crash that killed her family. It’s been forecast to open in the $4 million to $8 million range at 3,049 theaters. Critics
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Creepy The New Mutants Poster Will Get Under Your Skin

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Creepy The New Mutants Poster Will Get Under Your Skin
Disney has gone ahead and released a chilling new poster for The New Mutants. After years in studio purgatory, the movie is finally seeing the light of day. The movie, which stars Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams, Stranger Things star Charlie Heaton, Glass actress Anya Taylor-Joy and 13 Reasons Why actor Henry Zaga, was supposed to hit theaters in 2017 under the Fox Marvel banner. However, the project kept getting pushed back and then reshoots were ordered by the studio that never came to be.

Director Josh Boone held a private screening for The New Mutants with the cast over the weekend since it will finally be shown to general audiences in April. In honor of the upcoming release date, the studio has released a new poster, which looks like it could have been a Guns N' Roses or Metallica t-shirt back in the 1990s. We see the five members of
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What’s New on DVD in January: ‘The Lighthouse,’ ‘Pain and Glory,’ ‘Big Little Lies’ and More

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What’s New on DVD in January: ‘The Lighthouse,’ ‘Pain and Glory,’ ‘Big Little Lies’ and More
New Indie

The Lighthouse” (Lionsgate) is the kind of movie that yields new discoveries with every viewing, so why not make this new Blu-ray part of your permanent collection? Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson star as keepers of the titular structure, driving themselves and each other insane in a desolate and solitary location. Jarin Blaschke’s Oscar-nominated cinematography adds layers of grotesque delight to writer-director Robert Eggers’ fascinating follow-up to “The Witch.”

Also available: Inspirational sports tale “Sprinter” (FilmRise) features a cameo by Olympic medalist Usain Bolt; Jess Wexler and Adam Pearson play star-crossed co-stars in the uniquely offbeat “Chained for Life” (Kino Lorber); the Helen Hunt thriller “I See You” (Saban/Paramount) premiered at South by Southwest; Tim Heidecker runs for public office in the unsettling mockumentary “Mister America” (Magnolia Home Entertainment).

America’s stoner superheroes snooch one last bootch in “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot” (Lionsgate); Laurence Fishburne
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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Triumphs on Mlk Weekend With $73 Million Launch

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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Triumphs on Mlk Weekend With $73 Million Launch
Bad Boys for Life” has given a jolt to the North American box office, blasting past forecasts with a $73.4 million opening at 3,775 sites over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.

The third iteration of the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence action comedy franchise will finish the Friday-Monday as Sony Pictures’ biggest R-rated opening ever and the industry’s second highest opening of all-time for the month of January, as well as Lawrence’s biggest opening. “Bad Boys for Life,” produced by Smith, Jerry Bruckheimer and Doug Belgrad, took in $23.5 million on Friday, $21.6 million on Saturday, $17.1 million on Sunday and a projected $11.3 million on Monday.

The results nearly doubled the studio’s pre-release projection of $38 million. “Bad Boys for Life” also dominated rivals, taking in more than the combined total of the next three films — Universal’s launch of family adventure “Dolittle” with $29.5 million, the studio’s second weekend of
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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Soars; ‘Dolittle’ 4-Day Total Tops ‘Cats’ Entire Gross

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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Soars; ‘Dolittle’ 4-Day Total Tops ‘Cats’ Entire Gross
An improved 2020 continued this weekend, with the initial $160 million three-day estimate over $30 million (about 22%) above last year’s Martin Luther King Birthday Friday-to-Sunday totals.

The difference comes from two new releases. “Bad Boys for Life” (Sony) opened at just over $59 million, $19 million better than “Glass,” which was the sole new wide opener last year. Universal super-costly “Dolittle” as a second studio opener took care of the rest of the gap, with plenty to spare.

All this came on the weekend after Oscar nominations, which (for once) benefited the holiday results. It was an uneven bounty, with the second wide week of “1917” (Universal) leading the way, “Little Women” (Sony) boosted, and several titles like “Parasite” (Neon) and “Jojo Rabbit” (Searchlight) rebounding.

Bad Boys” and “Dolittle” each did at least a little better than expectations — the former, substantially so, while the latter avoided a complete debacle after devastating reviews. Each does give some signs,
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‘Dolittle’ Headed for Box Office Flop as ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Opens Solidly

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‘Dolittle’ Headed for Box Office Flop as ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Opens Solidly
Robert Downey Jr.’s “Dolittle” is headed for a box office flop.

Universal’s fantasy-adventure grossed $925,000 from Thursday night previews from 3,050 North American theaters, with showings beginning at 5 p.m. The film, projected for a four-day opening of $22 million to $25 million, carries a $180 million-plus price tag.

Bad Boys for Life,” meanwhile, launched solidly with $6.4 million at 3,154 North American locations. That’s a new record for a January preview, topping the $5.3 million mark by “American Sniper” in 2015.

Sony’s sequel to 1995’s “Bad Boys” and 2003’s “Bad Boys II,” which began preview showings starting at 4 p.m. on Thursday night, should collect $38 million from 3,740 venues over the four-day holiday weekend. The film reunites Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as old-school cops taking down the leader of a Miami drug cartel, and carries a $90 million production budget.

Bad Boys for Life,” from directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, has generated a mostly positive reception,
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2020 Universal Pictures Preview

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With five films crossing the $100 million mark domestically, 2019 was a solid year for Universal. Of those films, four were sequels with a couple (Glass and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World) ending their respective franchises. The studio's best performer was Jordan Peele's Us which brought in almost $200 million. For 2020, Universal looks to aim higher with several more high profile sequels including the latest James Bond film, Fast And Furious 9, Minions 2, and the sequel…

Global, international box office reach record heights in 2019

North America generated $11.4bn for second highest year behind 2018.

Global and international box office set new records in 2019, reaching $42.5bn and $31.2bn according to fresh data from ComScore.

North America generated $11.4bn, the second highest year of all time behind 2018 on $11.88bn, marking the fifth consecutive year that ticket sales have gone over $11bn.

ComScore sources attributed the global and international numbers to growth in the vast majority of the top international territories including China, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Brazil and Italy among others.

In selected highlights, China’s box office climbed 5.4% to $9.2bn; France delievered
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Global, international box office reached record highs in 2019

North America generated $11.4bn for second highest year behind 2018.

Global and international box office set new records in 2019, reaching $42.5bn and $31.2bn according to fresh data from ComScore.

North America generated $11.4bn, the second highest year of all time behind 2018 on $11.88bn, marking the fifth consecutive year that ticket sales have gone over $11bn.

ComScore sources attributed the global and international numbers to growth in the vast majority of the top international territories including China, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Brazil and Italy among others.

In selected highlights, China’s box office climbed 5.4% to $9.2bn; France delievered
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