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On their first Friday back to operations, Chinese cinemas did roughly $2.92M worth of box office business — more than tripling Thursday’s figures and making a sizable jump from Monday when theaters opened to about $501K in low-risk areas across the country. There was growth throughout the midweeks which is encouraging since less than 40% of the market is up and running, with auditorium capacity limited to 30%. Friday’s spike is largely down to new
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There are a lot of new mechanics and systems at play in SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE that make the world that much more interesting to explore. While the other games in the series are more linear and centered around interesting set pieces, SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE instead puts players in a randomly generating world that is completely different every time that it is played. There are also special abilities that players can obtain to boost
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UPDATED, 10:43AM: STX’s Greenland is now going to Sept. 25 stateside from its Aug. 14 release date in the wake of several major studios hitting pausing and delaying their event films. The Gerard Butler movie will debut first offshore –which is great news– in Belgium (July 29), France (Aug 5) and Scandinavia (Aug 12). STX/Miramax’s The Gentlemen was an early 2020 global win with a gross of $115M. UPDATED, June 12: More three-card-monte maneuvers on the summer theatrical release
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If you haven’t seen The Italian Job, Charlize Theron starred as Stella Bridger, the daughter of Donald Sutherland’s John Bridger, who was a skilled safe cracker like her father. Theron’s other cast-mates included the aforementioned Mark Wahlberg, Edward Norton, Jason Statham, Seth Green and Mos Def, among others. The Italian Job was a critical and commercial success, and for a while there was talk of making a sequel called The Brazilian Job, but that project
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