Monday, 09 July 2012 13:56
It's official: The Amazing Spider-Man is a hit. In the six days since it's been released domestically, the film franchise reboot starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone has taken in $140 million, in addition to another $201.6 million earned at international box offices. Total, that puts the film's gross at $341.2 million - in just one week. Get it, Spidey. As for the rest of the box office - Ted is holding at number two, grossing $120.2 million in its first ten days since opening. Pixar's Brave is steady at number three, Oliver Stone's Savages opened to a reportedly better-than-expected $16.2 million, and Katy Perry's concert documentary, Katy Perry: Part of Me earned $10.3 million. What did you see this weekend?
Published in TV/Film
Sunday, 03 June 2012 15:44
Shoutout to our executives and the entire writing staff for another amazing 76-page edition of The Blueprint Magazine.The beautiful Lana Del Rey covers our 2012 Summer issue that features the juiciest gossip on Usher and Rocsi Diaz, updates on Robert Griffin III, and an in-depth interview with young Hollywood starlet Emma Stone. [Read More]
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Friday, 04 May 2012 22:10
The Amazing Spider-Man isn’t a sequel to the Sam Raimi-directed series of films, but rather a reboot of sorts that explores the “untold story” of Spider-Man. In this new trailer, we get a glimpse of plenty of unseen footage that finds the titular hero (played by Andrew Garfield from The Social Network) struggling with the magnitude of his inner conflict, the might of his enemies, and finding out the truth about his parents. The film also stars Emma Stone (playing Peter Parker’s early girlfriend Gwen Stacy), along with Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Denis Leary and Rhys Ifans as Spider-Man’s nemesis, The Lizard. The Amazing Spider-Man is still slated for a July 3rd release. Enjoy.
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