|US Release Date||03/31/1968|
A potential record-breaker for Turkey Day Weekend!
The comedianne chats about her Summer hit just in time for the DVD release.
In a real-life déjà vu, Happy Feet and Casino Royale held onto the top two spots at the North American box office over the Thanksgiving weekend. The delightful animated penguin musical took in a five-day total of $51.5 million, while the James Bond actioner grossed $45.1 million.
Low budget horror film Alone in the Dark left a nasty smell in cinemas last year--it has been dishonored at the annual Stinkers Bad Movie Awards.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, based on the C.S. Lewis’ classics, opened in the top spot with $67 million, pushing reigning champ Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire down to third with $10.3 million.
Even though it fell short of blockbuster status, Peter Jackson’s epic King Kong easily claimed the top spot with $50.1 million, pushing <em>The Chronicles of Narnia</em> down to second place.
<em>Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire</em> stayed on top of the North American box office for a third week in a row, grossing another $20.4 million. The new release <em>Aeon Flux</em> came in second...
This Thanksgiving, be thankful for two things: 1) you don’t have 18 kids, and 2) you don’t have to see Yours, Mine and Ours. You've already seen it by way of Parenthood and Cheaper by the Dozen.
With a five-day total of $81.3 million, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire easily took the top spot in its second week, bringing its grand total to $201 million. The Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line also stayed in second for its second week with a five-day total of $27.6 million.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 8, 2000 -- "The Sopranos' " stranglehold on awards shows no sign of weakening. HBO's runaway mob series -- a hit at last month's Golden Globes -- has staked out four nominations for best direction in a TV series from the Directors Guild of America, making it the first drama series ever to walk away with four mentions in a single category for the same year. The DGA's TV categories were announced Monday. The four "Sopranos" helmers tapped for the best director award are:
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|Louise Troy||Actor||Frank's Date||1||1000005|
|Madelyn Pugh Davis||From Story||n/a||120870||4000003|
|Bob Carroll||From Story||n/a||120870||4000004|
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|Arthur Lonergan||Art Director||art direction||183||9000002|
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|Frank Cardinale||Costume Designer||costume design||169||13000002|
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