|Genres||Music, Short Film, Theater|
|US Release Date||12/10/1999|
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 9, 2000 - Nobody saw "Nobody." Almost. With an unwhopping $488 take (less than the price of a big-screen TV), the Phaedra Cinema release was 1999's lowest-grossing feature on record through Dec. 30, industry statistics show. The film, a Japanese import, represents the flip side of Hollywood's chest-thumping and box-office boasting. For each blockbuster that pulled in $100 million-plus last year (there were 18 in all), there were at least 20 that grossed less than $2,
Oscar buzz continues at the box office this weekend as a few of the year's most highly touted films open in both wide and limited release. Tom Hanks and company lead the way in the prison drama "The Green Mile," based on the popular series by Stephen King and directed by Frank Darabont. Five years ago, Darabont came to prominence with another prison-bound tale by King called "The Shawshank Redemption." That movie, which frequently tops lists of the most popular films of all time, garnered seven
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
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