|US Release Date||11/30/1984|
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Marvel Studios is batting 1.000. After the spectacular success of the newly minted studio’s first self-financed and self-produced comic book adaptation Iron Man (Paramount), they have given new life to Bruce Banner and his famously angry alter ego.
Hollywood is destined for one big hit this weekend and one monumental miss. Marvel Studios is about to demonstrate that Iron Man (Paramount) was no fluke while M. Night Shyamalan’s career seems headed for another disaster of mythic proportions.
DreamWorks' "Gladiator" should be victorious again on the box office battlefield this weekend. With "Gladiator" still commanding a 30% first-choice tracking score among opening and released movies, there's little doubt the R-rated action adventure will keep a tight grip on the top spot. If "Gladiator" slips 36% from its $34.8 million opening, its second weekend tribute will still be a handsome sum of about $22 million. DreamWorks is distributing "Gladiator" domestically, while Universa
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From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.