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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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Sunday
Mar132011

Weekend Box Office: One Alien Movie Kills, Another Flops

Comstock Images/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- In the battle at the box office, one film demolished the competition. Battle: Los Angeles beat the other movies and expectations, pulling in an estimated $36 million, $9 million more than some predicted. The alien invasion movie didn't get great reviews from critics, but is averaging a B rating from moviegoers, according to CinemaScore.

The animated Johnny Depp lizard western Rango held strong in its second week, coming in second, followed by Red Riding Hood and The Adjustment Bureau.

It was a disappointing opening for Mars Needs Moms. It's fifth place, estimated $7 million was $10 million less than some had predicted.

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Sunday
Mar062011

Weekend Box Office Good to the Lizards

Comstock Images/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- Rango, about a confused chameleon voiced by Johnny Depp, blew away the competition at this weekend's box office, earning a better than expected estimated $38 million – more than enough for an easy win over another debut, the Matt Damon/Emily Blunt sci-fi thriller The Adjustment Bureau.

Rounding out the top five were a surprise third place showing for the romance Beastly, then last week's number one – the comedy, Hall Pass – and Gnomeo & Juliet.

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Friday
Mar042011

'The Adjustment Bureau,' 'Rango' Among New Movies Opening Friday

Comstock Images/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

-- The Adjustment Bureau: Matt Damon is a politician who falls in love with a ballet dancer, played by Emily Blunt.  However, a shadowy organization known as the Adjustment Bureau tries to keep them apart because, they say, she's not supposed to be part of his destiny.  Rated PG-13.

-- Rango: Johnny Depp voices the titular chameleon, who ends up in an Old West-style town and is appointed sheriff.  Isla Fisher and Abigail Breslin also lend their voices to the animated film.  Rated PG.

-- Take Me Home Tonight: Set in the 1980s, this comedy stars Topher Grace as an aimless 23-year-old man who's invited to a big party by his high school crush.  Anna Faris also stars.  Rated R.

-- Beastly: The modern-day Beauty and the Beast tale stars Alex Pettyfer as a high school student who's been transformed into an unattractive man by a witch.  In order to reverse the spell, he has to find true love within the next year.  Fortunately for him, he bonds with a female classmate, played by Vanessa Hudgens, who recognizes his inner beauty.  Mary-Kate Olsen and Neil Patrick Harris also star.  Rated PG-13.

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