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Disney’s live-action Cinderella racked up a huge $70 million to lead the domestic box office. Overseas, Kenneth Branagh‘s adaptation of the classic fairy tale made $132 million with a stellar $25 million opening in China.
The movie earned an “A” CinemaScore and an 83% on Rotten Tomatoes,
Neill Blomkamp‘s R-rated, original sci-fi thriller Chappie claims No. 1 spot despite its unremarkable $13.3 million gross, which is $5 million short of expectations.
A Vince Vaughn vehicle Unfinished Business performed notably worse and barely made the top ten with $4.8 million in its debut.
Will Smith’s Focus topped the box office with a modest $19.1 million on its debut weekend and kncked off the kinky sex tale Fifty Shades of Grey. Also starring The Wolf of Wall Street standout Margot Robbie, the crime caper/drama/actioner surprised by the depth of psychology used in the movie.
Warner Bros. has released two new posters for Crazy, Stupid, Love directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s upcoming thriller Focus, ahead of a new trailer coming later today.
This is Will Smith and Margot Robbie‘s first onscreen pairing. I guess we’ll get to see the kind of chemistry they will have together before David Ayer’s DC supervillain pic,
Hot on the heels of talk that Jared Leto might be playing The Joker in David Ayer‘s Suicide Squad movie, comes word via Collider that Margot Robbie has indeed been cast as Harley Quinn, the infamous girlfriend and the right-hand lady of The Joker in the film.
On the heels of some amazing revelations about Warner’s plan for DC superhero movies, the first movie after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, is already courting some serious talent.
According to THR, Ryan Gosling, Will Smith, Tom Hardy, and Margot Robbie have all been approached for roles in the anti-hero comics adaptation.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s debut of the first two images, the first teaser trailer for the con artist romance Focus, starring Will Smith and the Wolf of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie has arrived.
Well Mr. Smith is back and rounding into form.