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Weekend Box Office:’The Martian’ Tops, ‘Pan’ Flops

Box Office Oct. 11

Robert ZemeckisThe Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as high-wire artist Philippe Petit, also finds itself in a tough balancing act on Columbus Day weekend.

Joe Wright‘s big-budget Pan, starring Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and Levi Miller, was all wrong in the Warner Bros.’ defense.

Weekend Box Office: ‘The Martian’ Tops Weekend with $55M

Ridley Scott's 3D Epic

The Martian, an epic 3D space film from 20th Century Fox, touched down in theaters with an estimated $55 million at the weekend box office, the second best debut for October, Ridley Scott, and Matt Damon. Two years ago, Alfonso Cuaron‘s Gravity set the current record with $55.8 million.

Scott’s adaptation of Andy Weir’s bestseller earned a glowing A CinemaScore from audiences.

More Films Added to NYFF 2015 Line-Up

Paul Thomas Anderson's Doc

The 53rd iteration of New York Film Festival has added a host of new movies, including Cannes winner Son of Saul, Paul Thomas Anderson‘s secret Jonny Greenwood documentary Junun and more.

The non-competitive festival, which runs September 25 through October 11, will also feature the North American premiere of the Brian De Palma biopic De Palma from Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow,

New THE WALK Trailer: JGL Do Man on Wire

Robert Zemeckis Movie

Sony has released the new trailer for Robert ZemeckisThe Walk, the upcoming re-creation of Philippe Petit’s 1974 tightrope walk between the two World Trade Center towers that will open the 2015 New York Film Festival.

First Trailer for Robert Zemeckis’ MAN ON WIRE Drama THE WALK

Robert Zemeckis Movie

Sony Pictures has released the first trailer and poster for Robert Zemeckis‘ upcoming drama The Walk about Philippe Petit, the tightrope maverick who in 1974 illegally walked between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.

Petit’s daring tightrope walk was previously covered in the Oscar-winning documentary Man on Wire, but with Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s acting and director Zemeckis’ great visual eye, the whole thing turned out looking pretty riveting.