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20th Century Fox’s Hidden Figures has topped the box office over the Martin Luther King Day Jr. weekend, while a pair of high-priced prestige releases, namely Patriot’s Day, Live by Night and Silence stumbled.
The crowd-pleasing NASA drama won the weekend box office for a second straight week taking in an estimated $20.4 million, and is looking to pull in $25.3 million when Monday is included.
Ahead of its US release this Friday, a brand new international trailer has arrived online for Martin Scorsese’s new film Silence.
The celebrated filmmaker first read “Silence” — a novel of historical fiction by the Japanese Christian novelist Shusaku Endo — in 1989,
Paramount Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for Martin Scorcese‘s Christianity epic Silence, starring Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver. The studio attached the teaser to Robert Zemeckis’ Allied, which opened late Tuesday.
Marine veteran and villain of Star Wars, Adam Driver finished shooting Jim Jarmusch‘s next film Paterson, said to be about a New Jersey bus driver and poet, but not many details are known beyond that.
Jarmusch has been talking about the movie last year with The Playlist, alluding that it may end up on the funnier side of his normal output.
Liam Neeson has re-teamed with his Gangs of New York director, Martin Scorsese, for the filmmaker’s long-gestating passion project, Silence, the adaptation of Shusako Endo’s 1966 novel of the same name.
The first image featured Andrew Garfield alongside Japanese actor Shinya Tsukamoto (above),