Time travel seems to be a major theme on Blu-ray this week. From mutant superheroes to talking dogs, everybody’s zipping back and forth from past to future, or vice versa.
Paramount Pictures lucked out this weekend as audiences flooded theaters to see its expensive Biblical epic. At the same time, moviegoers spoke loudly and clearly that they don’t want to watch Arnold Schwarzenegger anymore.
This weekend, Summit Entertainment found its heir to the ‘Twilight’ franchise while Disney questions the future of the Muppets.
Lots of money was made at the box office this weekend, but not so much from Friday’s new releases.
Masochists flooded theaters this weekend to publicly flagellate themselves by paying to see the should-be direct-to-video ‘300’ sequel, while DreamWorks Animation’s lasted irrelevant family flick underperformed.
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