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Wednesday
Aug032011

USA Network Acquires TV Rights to 30+ Films

Heidi Gutman/USA Network(LOS ANGELES) -- The USA Network has acquired television rights to more than 30 films from its sister film studio Universal Pictures, including Bridesmaids, Fast Five, Little Fockers and The Adjustment Bureau, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

All four films are set to premiere on USA in 2013.

Modern Family will also make its USA debut in 2013, and NCIS: LA will make its network debut this fall.

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Saturday
Jan152011

Owen Wilson's Girlfriend Gives Birth to Couple's First Son

Photo Courtesy - ABC News(MAUI, Hawaii) -- Owen Wilson is a dad.

Wilson’s girlfriend Jade Buell, 28, gave birth to the couple’s son in Hawaii.

A rep for the 42-year-old Little Fockers star tells People that “everyone is doing well.”

News of the pregnancy broke just days ago.

Star Magazine reports that the baby weighed in at 6 lbs., 13 oz.

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Monday
Jan032011

'Little Fockers' Repeats as Box Office Champ

Photo Courtesy - Universal Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Little Fockers is the first movie to earn the top spot at the box office in 2011.  The Ben Stiller-Robert De Niro comedy was number one for the second weekend in a row, collecting an estimated $26.3 million.  Little Fockers has made $103.2 million since its release during Christmas week.

True Grit ended the weekend in second place, with $24.5 million.  The Western is now the highest-grossing Coen brothers film, having earned a total of $86.8 million to date.

The Michelle Williams-Ryan Gosling drama Blue Valentine performed strongly in limited release, raising $180,000 in just four theaters.

Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated ticket sales:

1. Little Fockers, $26.3 million.
2. True Grit, $24.5 million.
3. Tron: Legacy, $18.3 million.
4. Yogi Bear, $13 million.
5. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, $10.5 million.
6. Tangled, $10.01 million.
7. The Fighter, $10 million.
8. Gulliver's Travels, $9.1 million.
9. Black Swan, $8.5 million.
10. The King's Speech, $7.6 million.

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Monday
Dec272010

'Little Fockers' Wins Christmas Box Office

Photo Courtesy - Universal Pictures(LOS ANGELES) -- Moviegoers had their eye on Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro over the holiday weekend.

Stiller and De Niro's sequel Little Fockers earned an estimated $34 million from Friday through Sunday to debut at number one. The third film in the Meet the Parents series has raised $48.3 million since opening last Wednesday.

The Coen brothers western True Grit premiered in the second spot, collecting $25.6 million over the weekend. The remake has made $36.8 million in five days of release. The previous box office champ, TRON: Legacy, dropped to third place, with $20.1 million.

The Jack Black comedy Gulliver's Travels was a flop in seventh place, earning $7.2 million since its debut on Christmas Day.

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Thursday
Dec232010

'Gulliver's Travels' Opens Christmas Day

Photo Courtesy - 20th Century Fox(NEW YORK) -- Jack Black’s latest film will take a trip to your local theater on Christmas Day.  Gulliver's Travels, a modern-day spin on the classic 18th-century Jonathan Swift novel, opens nationwide on Saturday.

Black plays Lemuel Gulliver, a mailroom clerk who’s transported to a land called Lilliput, where he's literally a giant among the natives.  Jason Segel, Emily Blunt and Amanda Peet also star in the movie, which is screening in 3D and is rated PG.

Gulliver's Travels will face competition from Little Fockers and True Grit, which both opened Wednesday.  

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Wednesday
Dec222010

'Little Fockers,' 'True Grit' Open Nationwide

Photo Courtesy - Universal Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Christmas comes early at your local theater on Wednesday, when two movies open nationwide.  Here’s a closer look:

* Little Fockers -- Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro return for the third film in the Meet the Parents franchise.  Stiller’s Greg Focker and Teri Polo’s Pam are now the parents of twins, who are preparing for their birthday party.  As usual, De Niro’s Jack Byrnes makes life very difficult for Greg.  Owen Wilson, Blythe Danner, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand and Jessica Alba also star in the PG-13 rated film.

* True Grit -- A 14-year-old girl turns to a tough marshal for help in tracking down the person who killed her father.  Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Hailee Steinfeld star in the Coen brothers’ remake of the classic 1969 John Wayne Western.  The film is rated PG-13.

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