Saturday, April 30, 2011

The News Tribe » Rio flanged up to the mark in American box office- By: Sana Naseer Sheikh

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Hollywood has a love affair with their audience and has a keen interest to represent distinctiveness. After The Movie “Avatar”, there is another new big bang Movie “RIO”, which has a spell bounding, effects towards their audiences according to initial research. In the first end of week this movie proceeds of £1.5m and breaking all records of the UK and Ireland box office. Animated comedy Rio, about a bird napped parrot’s adventures in Brazil. This 3D motion picture make a fabulous bang of Easter themed comedy leap off the top speck, where it leftovers in the US and Canada. The grand opening of this film is held in the UK on 22 April, and the British comedian formerly plays the drunken playboy Dudley Moore portrayed in the 1981. The movie is based on birdnapped macaw which facial appearance the voices of Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway, took $40m (£24.6m) in its first three days.
On its opening weekend, Brand’s remake of Arthur was ranked third in the chart after taking $12.2m (£7.5m).
There were auxiliary new entries in the UK and Ireland chart from Indian film Thank You at seven and college thriller The Roommate at nine.

First time another movie “Horror sequel Scream 4”, in the authorization for 11 years entered the chart at two and proceeds with $19.3m (£11.9m). Starring includes Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox and David Arquette.
Fantasy spoof Your Highness, starring Danny McBride and James Franco, opened in sixth place with first weekend takings of $9.4m (£5.8m).

Mars Needs Moms, another 3D animation, entered the chart in 10th place.
In the US, Russell Brand held off a challenge from action thriller Hanna, starring Saoirse Ronan and Cate Blanchett. His movie considered a number one film but fell to number three after two weeks at the top spot last week.

Soul Surfer based on the factual anecdote of surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost her left arm in a shark attack made its debut at four.
A spokesperson for the Weinstein Co said that the long period between films may have affected its takings as the typically young teenage horror fan would have been too young for the franchise the last time around.
Director Robert Redford’s Lincoln-assassination drama The Conspirator was the only other new entry at nine. It proceeds with $3.9m (£2.4m) after a limited release in 707 cinemas, compared to an average 2,900 cinemas for the rest of the top 10. The movie stars Robin Wright and James McAvoy in a courtroom tale of a woman accused of aiding Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth.

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