Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Furious 7 Facebook Likes grow to 53,424,191

Fast and Furious movies between 2001 and 2013 are on fire. This street racing/heist movie franchise is making Universal Studios a mint in box office earnings. Fast and Furious 6 generated over three quarters of a billion dollars in its worldwide box office race.

After the Paul Walker left us too early last year in a deadly car crash, Universal Studios took a hiatus to decide the fate of Furious 7, and possibly rethink whether the entire franchise can go on without one of their mega stars.

James Wan and his crew went back to work. Now, we have a Furious 7 movie trailer available to give us a glimpse on what this movie is all about. Folks, Paul Walker makes his last movie experience in this much anticipated Furious 7, due out April 3, 2015. Fast and Furious movies have become a part of all our lives. We enjoy watching these high adrenaline movies stream on the silver screen.

Furious 7 is breaking records on Facebook likes. It's official Facebook page has reached 53,424,191 likes. We predict this Furious 7 movie will likely flirt with $1 billion worldwide.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Gone Girl wins again

Gone Girl is shaping up to become the best movie of 2014. Do we see Gone Girl receiving multiple Oscar® nominations and sweeping the Academy Awards®? Well, it sure looks that way, especially with positive reviews streaming this critically acclaimed movie to book fans and moviegoers. Maybe word-out-mouth is catching fire, holding us hostage to this thrilling book turned into a movie.

Gone Girl won for a second week in a row, staving off competition from the new Dracula reboot. Annabelle fell down 2 spots to finish fourth, typical of horror movies after their opening weekend.

The top 10 box office movies for Columbus Day Weekend: 
  1. Gone Girl $26.4 million
  2. Dracula Untold $23.5 million
  3. Alexander $18.4 million
  4. Annabelle $15.86 million
  5. The Judge $13.12 million
  6. The Equalizer $9.7 million
  7. Addicted $7.49 million
  8. The Maze Runner $7.45 million 
  9. The Boxtrolls $6.6 million
  10. Left Behind $2.8 million