Ethan Hawke and Joaquin Phoenix have visited Philip Seymour Hoffman's longtime partner and his kids following the actor's death on Sunday (02Feb14). The two actors were spotted arriving at and leaving the family's home in Manhattan, New York on Tuesday (04Feb14), a day after Hoffman's friends Cate Blanchett and Justin Theroux made a house call.
Phoenix, who starred opposite the late actor in The Master, attempted to dodge reporters and photographers as he left the home of Hoffman's estranged girlfriend Mimi O'Donnell on Tuesday afternoon, while Hawke was spotted hours later.
Hoffman died of a suspected heroin overdose.
Screenwriter and playwright David Bar Katz has threatened to sue editors at a U.S. tabloid for publishing fake quotes suggesting he was romantically involved with his late friend Philip Seymour Hoffman. Katz, the man who discovered The Master star's body in his New York home on Sunday (02Feb14), had reportedly sold his story to the National Enquirer, alleging the longtime pals had been involved in a secret affair.
He was quoted as saying, "We were homosexual lovers. We had a relationship."
Hoffman's representative has since slammed the article, telling GossipCop.com, "The story is completely 100 per cent false", while Katz has also spoken out to shut down the claims, insisting, "I never said that."
A source close to Katz tells the New York Daily News, "This is a categorical, 100 per cent vulgar and disgusting lie. Even the National Enquirer should be ashamed. It's just disgusting. There will be legal action.
"He never spoke to them. This is so far off from reality. We're calling lawyers now to threaten them appropriately."
Hoffman was found dead from a suspected drug overdose at the age of 46.
The tragic actor was reportedly living alone after moving out of the home he shared with his longtime girlfriend Mimi O'Donnell and their three young children last year (13) after suffering a drug relapse after more than two decades of sobriety.
A New York radio personality who was one of the last people to speak to tragic star Philip Seymour Hoffman has revealed the actor appeared to be "wasted" the night before his death on Sunday (02Feb14). The Oscar winner was found dead from a suspected heroin overdose on Sunday morning, just hours after a street encounter with producer Paul Pabst.
The Dan Patrick Show regular tells Entertainment Tonight that the movie star seemed a little on edge and "out of it" as they chatted.
He recalls, "He did seem off. Right after he walked away my sister turned towards me and said, 'Wow, he seemed kind of wasted...' My sister goes, 'Oh boy, you know he was in rehab not too long ago'."
"I said, 'That's right, I hope he's not using again'."
Reports suggest Hoffman left Pabst and took $1,200 (GBP7,500) in six transactions from an ATM machine inside a grocery store near his New York apartment. A witness has told police that Hoffman bought drugs from two men.
The Capote star's family and closest friends will gather for a private funeral service in New York, while a memorial service is being planned by his longtime partner Mimi O'Donnell, the mother of the actor's three kids.
A representative for Hoffman refused to give out dates and details, but stated, "In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Phil's name to two charities that were very close to his heart: The DreamYard Project and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. The family wishes to thank everyone for their continued support and good wishes."
Actress Cate Blanchett paid a visit to Philip Seymour Hoffman's family home on Monday (03Feb14) to comfort his estranged girlfriend Mimi O'donnell and their three children following his tragic death on Sunday (02Feb14). The Blue Jasmine star was dressed in black and appeared a little teary eyed as she was photographed entering the Manhattan pad the actor used to share with his partner of 15 years.
Blanchett, who had befriended Hoffman and his family after co-starring with him in 1999 thriller The Talented Mr. Ripley, was laden with gifts, including a new telescope, which was intended for Hoffman's eldest child, his 10-year-old son Cooper, according to the New York Daily News.
Hoffman had reportedly moved out of the apartment and into his own rented home after suffering a drug relapse last year (13), which prompted him to seek help in rehab after 23 years of sobriety.
The 46 year old was found dead from a suspected overdose at the Greenwich Village rental on Sunday (02Feb14).
Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman has died from an apparent drug overdose at the age of 46. The Capote star's body was found in his New York home on Sunday (02Feb14).
Hoffman has struggled with drug abuse in the past and reportedly checked himself into rehab last year (13) to battle an addiction to heroin after 23 years of sobriety.
A statement from a representative for Hoffman reads, "We are devastated by the loss of our beloved Phil and appreciate the outpouring of love and support we have received from everyone.
"This is a tragic and sudden loss and we ask that you respect our privacy during this time of grieving. Please keep Phil in your thoughts and prayers."
The actor began his career in the early 1990s, appearing in films like Boogie Nights, The Big Lebowski and The Talented Mr. Ripley.
In 2005, he portrayed Truman Capote in Capote and picked up a Best Actor Academy Award for the role.
Hoffman also received Oscar nominations for his supporting roles in Charlie Wilson's War, Doubt and The Master.
In addition to his movie work, Hoffman was an accomplished thespian, earning Tony Award nominations for the plays True West, Death of a Salesman and Long Day's Journey into Night.
He also co-starred in last year's (13) Hunger Games film Catching Fire as Plutarch Heavensbee. The character also appears in the next two films in the series. It is unclear if Hoffman completed shooting for the film series.
The actor was signed on to lead the cast of new TV drama Happyish and he was about to start work on his second directorial feature Ezekiel Moss, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams.
Hoffman is survived by his longtime girlfriend Mimi O'Donnell, their son Cooper, and daughters Tallulah and Willa.
Happy birthday, Tom Cruise? With wife Katie Holmes filing for divorce from the actor just four days ago, it seems like this may not be the happiest of birthdays for the star, but even in the midst of the conspiracy-laden split, anyone would have to admit Tom Cruise still has a pretty great life. So, in celebration of Maverick’s 50th, we’ve put together a list of 50 reasons why it’s still great to be Tom Cruise:
1. He’s been in 34 movies, including classics like Rain Man, The Outsiders, Jerry Maguire, Top Gun, Born on the Fourth of July, Minority Report, Cocktail, A Few Good Men, Mission: Impossible (1, 2, and 4, anyway) and already has several more in production.
2. He’s been nominated for three Academy Awards, and has won three Golden Globes.
3. He still has great hair.
4. He has a really nice house (or should we say, a $30.5 million mansion in Beverly Hills that has over 10,000 square feet of living space, including seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms). Potato, potatoh.
5. No matter how “Far and Away" Tom is (he’s currently working in Iceland, of all places) he still makes headlines.
6. He, against all odds, made tighty whities cool, thanks to Risky Business.
7. He’s the only movie star who will ever dangle from the Burj Kalifa.
8. He’s probably the only movie star who could get away with jumping on Oprah’s couch. Shoe marks on fine leather are not a favorite thing.
9. He’ll always be Maverick.
10. He’s worked with Hollywood legends, including Paul Newman, Martin Scorcese, and Stanley Kubrick.
11. He’s been a samurai, special agent, samurai, contract killer, pilot, race-car driver, senator, magazine owner, lawyer, sports agent, student, vampire, soldier, bartender, and pool player.
12. He brought back the Oscars post 9/11.
13. People magazine rated him among the top 50 most beautiful people in the world three times.
14. People went to see War of the Worlds even after the “jumping on Oprah’s couch” incident.
15. He wasn’t afraid to put on a fat suit and a bald cap for the sake of comedy in his over-the-top Tropic Thunder role.
16. In fact, his role in Tropic Thunder was so outrageous that it temporarily made people forget about his off-screen antics.
17. He perfected scream-o acting.
18. Before Twilight or True Blood, Tom Cruise was the original sexy vampire in Interview with a Vampire.
19. … and he was so good in Interview with a Vampire that author Anne Rice, who had initially been very vocal about being displeased with Cruise’s casting, published an apology letter praising his performance.
20. He was in TWO movies with the word “Thunder” in the title, thus making him the pinnacle of masculinity.
21. He started starring in the Mission: Impossible franchise sixteen years ago, but it is still going strong with him as the leading man today. Take that, every other franchise with an aging protagonist!
22. Even at age 50, he gets to play as rock n’ roll sex icon in Rock of Ages. (Too bad no one saw it.)
23. Rosie O'Donnell made him synonymous with the title of "cutie patootie."
24. He’s spawned countless lookalikes, like Peter Facinelli and Miles Fisher (who happens to do a killer impression of him.)
25. He is the only celebrity with a Japanese holiday in his honor. On October 10, 2006 was officially declared Tom Cruise Day by the Japan Memorial Day Association.
26. Only one person can ever really boast that Jack Nicholson actually shouted “You can’t handle the truth!” at them, and that’s Tom Cruise.
27. He handled the truth.
28. He is only 5’7”, but is still one of the biggest movie-star/sex icons in the world.
29. He’s not Mel Gibson.
30. He's also not John Travolta.
31. Whenever anybody hears “Highway to the Dangerzone,” they automatically see Tom Cruise on a motorcycle.
32. He overcame dyslexia (with the help of Scientology, apparently.)
33. Even with his impending divorce, he still has enough money to never work again – and probably buy several Pottery barns, where he could spend the rest of his days testing out couches.
34. People have long since learned to “show [him] the money.”
35. Even though he spent a year at a Franciscan seminary in Ohio, and even took a vow of celibacy, he’s managed to become one of the biggest Hollywood stars in the world.
36. Thanks to the all-time classic corny line “You complete me,” he helped make other cinema moments, like Austin Powers’ Doctor Evil, even more hilarious.
37. He won an MTV Generation Award.
38. No matter what people may say about his personal life, he’s given some memorable performances, like Born on the Fourth of July, and nobody can take that away from him.
39. He dated stunner Penelope Cruz. Well played, sir.
40. He’s been married to three Hollywood starlets: Mimi Rogers, Nicole Kidman, and Katie Holmes. Which can only mean one thing, wife #4 will undoubtedly be younger and taller than he is.
41. He can destroy countless BMW i8’s without consequence.
42. He regularly gets roles where he gets to do an impressive amount of swearing. F***king recall, if you will, “I will massacre you!” rant in Tropic Thunder, and the “Respect the **** and tame the ****!” infomercial in Magnolia.
43. The Friars think Tom Cruise is really awesome, and gave him the Entertainment Icon Award, which only three other people have ever received in the 108-year history of the club: Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant and Douglas Fairbanks.
44. He taught a generation of people that sometimes you just gotta say, “What the f**k?”
45. He can sing!
46. In 2006, Forbes magazine ranked him as the most powerful celebrity in the world.
47. His daughter Suri is probably the most-stalked celebrity child in the world. Sorry, Suri.
48. There is an entire satirical website dedicated to producing fake news about him called www.tomcruiseisnuts.com.
49. He’s practically Spider-Man, with his amazing ability to jump from car to car in the brilliant, but underrated Minority Report.
50. Xenu loves him. Don't stop believin'
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Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman and his longtime girlfriend Mimi O’Donnell are expecting their second child together according to media reports.
O'Donnell is reportedly four months along and the baby is due in November, according to Us Weekly.
The couple also has a son, Cooper, who is three-years-old.
The pair met in 1999 when O'Donnell was in charge of costume design for the play In Arabia We'd All Be Kings, which Hoffman was directing.
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"Charlie's Angels" kicked off to a divine, butt-kicking $40.5 million, sending weekend ticket sales soaring about 37% over last year.
Columbia's PG-13 action adventure comedy had been a high flyer on Hollywood's advance radar screen with insiders anticipating a $25-30 million opening. Instead, "Angels" arrived to a spectacular, record-setting ESTIMATED $40.5 million at 3,037 theaters ($13,335 per theater).
"Angels" had the highest per-theater average for any film playing in wide or limited release last weekend.
"It's the biggest non-summer opening ever -- period," Sony Pictures Entertainment worldwide marketing & distribution president Jeff Blake said Sunday morning. Noting that "Angels" helped push weekend ticket sales by all key films in the marketplace to nearly $101 million, he added, "It's the first $100 million weekend since Labor Day."
"Non-summer" excludes comparisons to films opening from May through July. Also excluded are comparisons to films that opened, as some have done for Thanksgiving in the past, on a platform basis and then went wide in their second weekend.
"It's also the biggest opening for a first time director," Blake pointed out, applauding McG, the award-winning commercial and music video director who makes his feature film directorial debut with "Angels." "The over-$40 million (openings before this) all were directed by somebody who had done (a feature) before."
The film's audience, Blake said, was "men and women and a mix of all ages 13 to 40. That was the key. It was slightly more female than male, but only 55%-45% and men responded as much as women. On our CinemaScores, we got an A- overall and an A from both young males and young females. The mix of ages was, I think, the real key to (its success). Sixty-five percent were over 21, which speaks to some of the nostalgia, but it really had entertainment value for a wide mix of ages.
"Clearly, we had more than one audience. As we've all seen, sometimes you get that spectacular Friday (from the young audience) and you don't get the expansion you hope from Saturday (from the adult audience). This was up 21% from an amazing Friday of $13.5 million to a more amazing $16.5 million."
Asked where "Angels" is likely to wind up in domestic theaters, Blake replied, "The average performance off a $40 million opening usually is about three and a half times. 'Water Boy' even did a little better than that. They opened to $39.4 million in 1998 and ended up doing $161 million."
So is $150 million possible for "Angels?" in domestic theaters? "We will keep our fingers crossed," he said. "It may not be out of reach certainly with the good mix of ages and the different kinds of audiences we've got going and responding well."
"Angels" is clearly a shot in the arm for what has been a lackluster box office this fall. "There's no question, there's a lot of great films this November that I think everybody's been looking forward to," Blake noted. "It's certainly been 'Meet the Parents' and 'Remember the Titans' carrying the load for the last month. Now, I think, this has proven to be a film for everybody. I think (when you look at) the product coming up, it's maybe not for everybody, but certainly there is something for everybody."
With "Angels" leading the way, indications are that Columbia should have a very strong fourth quarter in theaters. "We hope to keep our winning streak going with (Phoenix Pictures') 'The 6th Day,' which is really an exciting action film from Arnold Schwarzenegger (and directed by Roger Spottiswoode)," Blake said. "It's been received very well so far. It's opening Nov. 17 and we're going to be in probably 2,700 or 2,800 runs."
Columbia's mountain climbing action adventure "Vertical Limit" opens Dec. 8, Blake said, in 2,400 to 2,500 theaters. Directed by Martin Campbell, it stars Chris O'Donnell and Scott Glenn.
"If we can get the mix of ages and interest we got in 'Charlie's Angels,' we're going to be in great shape," Blake added. "I think that's the key."
Directed by McG, "Angels" stars Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Bill Murray.
Universal's PG-13-rated blockbuster comedy "Meet the Parents" gave up first place to "Angels," but fell only to second place, not to third as Hollywood handicappers had anticipated.
"Parents" was still showing great legs in its fifth week, down one peg to second place with a still impressive ESTIMATED $13.07 million (-13%) at 2,672 theaters (+25 theaters; $4,890 per theater). Its cume is approximately $116.9 million, heading for a domestic theatrical gross of $150 million-plus.
"Parents'" international release is through DreamWorks Pictures, which co-financed the film and will share equally in its success.
"'Meet the Parents' is a film that's continuing to prove its strength week after week after week," Universal distribution president Nikki Rocco said Sunday morning. "It's a film that I don't think anyone would have thought would be a Thanksgiving holiday contender and now it is."
Asked where "Parents" is likely to wind up in its domestic theatrical run, Rocco replied, "$150 million-plus. Every week, I keep on saying, 'Let's see what happens next week.' The fact is that 'Meet the Parents' is a bonafide blockbuster and it stands on its own."
Directed by Jay Roach (director of both "Austin Powers" hits), "Parents" stars Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller.
Rocco also pointed to the continuing success of the critically-acclaimed, R-rated drama "Billy Elliot" from the studio's specialized film arm Universal Focus. "Billy," a likely contender for Golden Globe and Oscar nominations, went wider in its fourth week, placing 13th with a very encouraging ESTIMATED $1.06 million at 119 theaters (+82 theaters; $8,890 per theater). Its cume is approximately $2.9 million.
"We're moving along with 'Billy Elliot' as we planned," Rocco said. "The expansion in the many markets we're open in proved to be very successful. "'Billy Elliot' next weekend is between 400-500 playdates. It's certainly a picture that the word of mouth has continued to spark audiences to see in the theaters that have already been open. The head-to-heads (comparisons) are virtually flat (showing virtually no decline from the previous weekend)."
Directed by Stephen Daldry, "Billy" stars Julie Walters, Gary Lewis, Jamie Bell, Jamie Draven and Adam Cooper.
DreamWorks' PG-13 period piece drama "The Legend of Bagger Vance" opened in third place with a solid ESTIMATED $12.0 million at 2,061 theaters ($5,843 per theater).
Directed by Robert Redford, "Bagger" stars Will Smith, Matt Damon and Charlize Theron.
Buena Vista/Disney's PG-rated football drama "Remember the Titans" fell one notch to fourth place in its sixth week, still holding incredibly well with an ESTIMATED $7.00 million (-12%) at 2,737 theaters (-66 theaters; $2,612 per theater). Its cume is approximately $96.8 million, heading for $110 million in domestic theaters.
Directed by Boaz Yakin and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman, "Titans" stars Denzel Washington.
Artisan Entertainment's R-rated sequel "Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" fell four rungs to fifth place in its second week with a quiet ESTIMATED $5.3 million (-60%) at 3,320 theaters (+3 theaters; $1,596 per theater). Its cume is approximately $22.1 million.
Directed by Joe Berlinger, "Blair Witch 2" stars Kim Director, Jeffrey Donovan, Erica Leerhsen, Tristen Skylar and Stephen Barker-Turner.
20th Century Fox's PG-13-rated comedy "Bedazzled" fell two pegs to sixth place in its third week with a slow ESTIMATED $4.67 million (-40%) at 2,500 theaters (-71 theaters; $1,870 per theater). Its cume is approximately $30.8 million.
Directed by Harold Ramis, "Bedazzled" stars Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley.
Warner Bros.' PG-13-rated drama "Pay It Forward" dropped two rungs to seventh place in its third week with a less rewarding ESTIMATED $4.39 million (-36%) at 2,130 theaters (theater count unchanged; $2,059 per theater). Its cume is approximately $25.2 million.
Directed by Mimi Leder, "Pay It Forward" stars Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt and Haley Joel Osment.
New Line Cinema's PG-rated family film "The Little Vampire," a very low cost pick up, fell two notches to eighth place in its second week with an anemic ESTIMATED $3.55 million (-38%) at 2,009 theaters ($1,767 per theater). Its cume is approximately $9.3 million.
Directed by Uli Edel, "Vampire" stars Jonathan Lipnicki.
Paramount's R-rated romantic comedy "Lucky Numbers" dropped two digits to ninth place in its second week with an unhappy ESTIMATED $2.18 million (-53%) at 2,528 theaters (+31 theaters; $860 per theater). Its cume is approximately $7.9 million.
Directed by Nora Ephron, "Numbers" stars John Travolta and Lisa Kudrow.
Rounding out the Top Ten was Dimension Films' R-rated action adventure "The Legend of Drunken Master," down one notch in its third week with a calm ESTIMATED $1.6 million (-35%) at 1,183 theaters (-162 theaters; $1,352 per theater). Its cume is approximately $9.8 million.
Directed by Lau Ka Leung, it stars Jackie Chan.
This weekend also saw the arrival of Providence Entertainment's PG-13-rated drama "Mercy Streets," placing 24th with a soft ESTIMATED $0.085 million at 175 theaters ($485 per theater).
Directed by Jon Gunn, it stars Eric Roberts.
There were no national sneak previews this weekend.
On the expansion front, Universal's critically-acclaimed, R-rated drama "Billy Elliot" from the studio's specialized film arm Universal Focus, went wider in its fourth week, placing 13th with a very encouraging ESTIMATED $1.06 million at 119 theaters (+82 theaters; $8,890 per theater). Its cume is approximately $2.9 million.
Directed by Stephen Daldry, "Billy" stars Julie Walters, Gary Lewis, Jamie Bell, Jamie Draven and Adam Cooper.
Artisan Entertainment's controversial unrated drama "Requiem For A Dream" expanded in its fifth week, placing 21st with a sexy ESTIMATED $0.26 million at 25 theaters (+21 theaters; $10,400 per theater). Its cume is approximately $0.9 million.
Directed by Darren Arnonofsky, "Requiem" stars Jared Leto and Ellen Burstyn.
"We took it to the top 15 cities, and we're the number one specialized film out there," Artisan distribution head Steve Rothenberg said Sunday morning. "Our plan is to add five, 10, 15 cities every week through the holidays. We're making a concerted effort to see if we can garner an Academy Award nomination for Ellen Burstyn. She's gotten great reviews and her performance is great. And we think we have a shot, so that's what our plan is -- to build slowly through the holidays."
Key films -- those grossing more than $500,000 for the weekend -- took in approximately $100.92 million, up about 37.07% from the comparable weekend last year when key films grossed $73.63 million.
This weekend's key film gross was up about 34.71% from this year's previous weekend when key films grossed $74.92 million.
Last year, Universal's opening week of "The Bone Collector" was first with $16.71 million at 2,587 theaters ($6,460 per theater); and Warner Bros.' second week of "House on Haunted Hill" was second with $7.71 million at 2,710 theaters ($2,846 per theater). The top two films one year ago grossed $24.4 million. This year, the top two films grossed an ESTIMATED $53.6 million.
STUDIO MARKET SHARES
Based on business by key films (those grossing $500,000 or more), last weekend's top six distributors were:
Sony Pictures Entertainment was first with one film ("Charlie's Angels"), grossing an ESTIMATED $40.5 million or 40.1% of the market.
Universal was second with two films ("Meet the Parents" and "Billy Elliot"), grossing an ESTIMATED $14.12 million or 14.0% of the market.
DreamWorks was third with two films ("The Legend of Bagger Vance" and "The Contender"), grossing an ESTIMATED $13.4 million or 13.3% of the market.
Buena Vista (Disney and Touchstone) was fourth with one film ("Remember the Titans"), grossing an ESTIMATED $7.0 million or 6.9% of the market.
Warner Bros. was fifth with three films ("The Exorcist," "Pay It Forward" and "Best in Show"), grossing an ESTIMATED $6.76 million or 6.7% of the market.
Artisan Entertainment was sixth with two films ("Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" and "Dr. T & the Women"), grossing an ESTIMATED $5.86 million or 5.8% of the market.
(11)Best in Show/Warner Bros.: Theaters: 497 (0) Gross: $1.54 million (-16%) Average per theater: $3,089 Cume: $11.3 million
(12)The Contender/DreamWorks: Theaters: 1,309 (-330) Gross: $1.4 million (-43%) Average per theater: $1,067 Cume: $16.2 million
(13)Billy Elliot/Universal Focus: (see EXPANSIONS above)
(14)The Exorcist/Warner Bros.: Theaters: 950 (-451) Gross: $0.84 million (-47%) Average per theater: $884 Cume: $38.7 million
(15)Lost Souls/New Line: Theaters: 947 (-761) Gross: $0.64 million (-53%) (tie) Average per theater: $675 Cume: $16.4 million
(15)Ladies Man/Paramount: Theaters: 1,340 (-483) Gross: $0.64 million (-58%) (tie) Average per theater: $475 Cume: $13.0 million
(17)Dr. T & the Women/Artisan Ent.: Theaters: 602 (-402) Gross: $0.56 million (-56%) Average per theater: $700 Cume: $12.1 million
(18)Almost Famous/DreamWorks: Theaters: 417 (-290) Gross: $0.49 million (-30%) Average per theater: $1,170 Cume: $30.5 million
(19)Bring It On/Universal: Theaters: 475 (-382) Gross: $0.26 million (-36%) Average per theater: $540 Cume: $67.0 million
(20)Bamboozled/New Line: Theaters: 186 (-57) Gross: $0.24 million (-34%) Average per theater: $1,285 Cume: $1.9 million
(21)Requiem For A Dream/Artisan: (see EXPANSIONS above)
(22)Nutty Professor II: The Klumps/Universal: Theaters: 262 (-86) Gross: $0.18 million (-10%) Average per theater: $685 Cume: $122.6 million
(23)The Yards/Miramax: Theaters: 144 (-2) Gross: $0.17 million (-46%) Average per theater: $1,175 Cume: $0.7 million
(24)MERCY STREETS/Providence Entertainment: (see OTHER OPENINGS above)
(25)Loving Jezebel/Fox Searchlight: Theaters: 25 (-49) Gross: $0.006 million (-87%) Average per theater: $235 Cume: $0.070 million