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Go little Hobbitses!…but Clint Eastwood‘s American Sniper has another great limited weekend, racking up $640,000 from four theaters.
Peter Jackson‘s Middle-earth finale The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies three-peated at No. 1 with an estimated $21.9 million,
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s New York Film Critics Circle naming Boyhood as the best film of 2014, today, the National Board of Review gave the top prize to J.C. Chandor‘s New York drama A Most Violent Year, awarding its stars Oscar Isaac (in a tie with Birdman‘s Michael Keaton) and Jessica Chastain with top honors in the actor and supporting actress categories.
Ahead of the film’s AFI Fest debut, A24 Films has released a new domestic and an international trailer for J.C. Chandor’s new film, A Most Violent Year, starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain as an immigrant and his wife “trying to strive and grab their piece of the American dream.”
A24 Films has released the first A Most Violent Year trailer, led by Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain. The latest from J.C. Chandor, the director behind Margin Call and All is Lost is set in 1981, and follows a crime-filled year in the life of an immigrant (Isaac) and his wife (Chastain) as they try to achieve the American Dream in The Big Apple.