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Sony Releases ‘The Interview’; List Of Theaters Where You Can See It!

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In an unexpected reversal, Sony has decided to release The Interview. This is the “controversial” film that North Korea and Kim Jong Un doesn’t want you to see.

Instead of bowing to the threats from North Korea and cyber terrorist group, The Guardians of Peace, independent theater chains have stepped up to show the movie and Sony has agreed to distribute the film. You can also stream the film on YouTube for $5.99 here.

Needless to say, Seth Rogen is pretty psyched today:

Here’s a list of theaters where you can see The Interview, as reported by Mashable.

Alabama
The Edge 12, Birmingham

Arizona
Harkins Theatres, Phoenix
Loft Cinema, Tuscon
The Valley Art, Tempe

Arkansas
Riverdale 10, Little Rock

California
Agoura Hills Stadium 8, Agoura Hills
Cinefamily, Los Angeles
Cinémas Palme D’Or, Coachella Valley
Commerce 14, City of Commerce
Crest Westwood, Los Angeles
Digital Gym, San Diego
East Hills Mall, Bakersfield
Foothill Cinema Stadium 10, Azusa
Fontana 8, Fontana
Granada Hills 9, Granada Hills
Janss Marketplace 9, Thousand Oaks
Jurupa 14, Jurupa
Los Feliz 3, Los Angeles
Mission Grove Theaters, Riverside
Laemmle’s North Hollywood 7, Los Angeles (starting Dec. 31)
Perris 10, Perris
Rialto Cinemas, Berkeley
Santa Paula 7, Santa Paula
Sterling 6, San Bernardino
Van Nuys Plant 16, Van Nuys
UltraLuxe Anaheim Cinemas in Gardenwalk, Anaheim
University Village 10, Riverside
Westminster 10, Westminster

Colorado
Alamo, Littleton
Lyric Cinema Cafe, Ft. Collins

Delaware
Penn Cinemas Riverfront, Wilmington
Rehoboth Beach’s Movies at Midway, Lewes
Westown Movies, Middletown

Florida
Sun-Ray Cinema, Jacksonville
Swap-Shop Drive-In, Ft. Lauderdale

Georgia
Plaza Theater, Atlanta

Illinois
Hollywood Blvd. Cinemas, Woodridge
Art Theater Co-Op, Champaign (beginning 1/2)

Indiana
Jasper 8 Theatres, Jasper

Kentucky
Maiden Alley Cinema, Paducah

Louisiana
Chalmette Movies, Chalmette
The Robinson Film Center, Shreveport

Maryland
Eastpoint Center 10, Baltimore

Massachusetts
AppleCinemas, Cambridge

Michigan
The Bijou, Traverse City
Alamo, Kalamazoo
State Theatre, Ann Arbor

Minnesota
St. Anthony Main Theatre, Minneapolis
The Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minneapolis

Missouri
Alamo Main Street, Kansas City
Chase Park Plaza, St. Louis
MX Movies, St. Louis

New Mexico
John Cocteau Cinema, Santa Fe

New York
Alamo, Yonkers
Cinema Village, Manhattan
Cinemopalis, Ithica
Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington
Island Cinemas, Mastic
Kew Gardens Theatre, Queens

North Carolina
Palace Pointe, Roxboro

North Dakora
Fargo Theatre, Fargo

Ohio
Gateway Film Center, Columbus
Tower City Cinemas, Cleveland

Oklahoma
Circle Cinema, Tulsa

Oregon
Fox Theatre, Dallas

Pennsylvania
Southside Works Cinema, Pittsburgh

Rhode Island
Cable Car Cinema and Cafe

South Carolina
Terrace Theatre, Charleston
The Nickelodeon, Columbia (starting 12/26)

Tennessee
Belcourt Theatre, Nashville
Franklin Theatre, Franklin

Texas
Alamo Lakeline, Austin
Alamo Slaughter, Austin
Alamo South Lamar, Austin
Alamo Ritz, Austin
Alamo Vintage Park, Houston
Alamo Mason Park, Katy
Alamo, Lubbock
Alamo Marketplace, New Braunfels
Alamo, Richardson
Alamo Park North, San Antonio
Alamo Westlakes, San Antonio
City Base Cinema, San Antonio
Look Cinemas, Dallas

Utah
Brewvies Cinemas Pub, Salt Lake City
Megaplex Theatres, South Jordan

Vermont
Merril’s Roxy, Burlington

Virginia
Alamo Loudoun, Ashburn
Cinemall, Abingdon

Wisconsin
Fond du Lac Theatre, Fond du Lac
Grand Cinema Theaters, New London

 

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Movie Magic: The De-Aging Technique of The Irishman

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Have you read Izzy yet? If so, you know that Izzy makes the apples that give the Gods their youth and immortality. It also seems Robert De Niro discovered one of Izzy’s apples too… In Martin Scorsese’s upcoming biographical film, he stars as Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, a labor union leader and alleged hitman for the Bufalino crime family. The trailer for the movie, which will premieres NEXT WEEK (!), also features a “de-aged” De Niro. “We’re so used to watching them as the older faces,” Scorsese said in an interview on the A24 podcast. “Does it change the eyes at all? …If that’s the case, what was in the eyes that I liked? Was it intensity? Was it gravitas? Was it threat?…How do we get that? I don’t know.” Some might consider this magic and I for one can’t wait to see the impact of Izzy’s apples on screen for myself. 😉

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“Captain Marvel” Retains Top Slot at the Box Office

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It’s no surprise that in its second weekend, the first Marvel Cinematic Universe of 2019 is still riding high. Captain Marvel, the latest in the MCU with Brie Larson starring as the lead, generated another $69 million over the weekend, placing its domestic total at $266 million. Tallying up the international box office, the film’s global total to date is $760 million. Despite the online controversy, the film is looking to be another strong box office smash for Disney and Marvel.

As for the premieres for the weekend, and there were plenty, they were all over the map. Just below Captain Marvel was the animated adventure Wonder Park, bringing in $16 million, another film with controversy when the director’s name was removed from the picture after sexual harassment charges. Five Feet Apart, the dying teen drama about a romance amid cystic fibrosis, only came in at #3 with a weekend gross of $13 million. And debuting the lowest in the top 10 for debuts was Captive State, a sci-fi dystopian tale, only making $3 million. The film debuted so low the little film No Manches Frida 2 was able to sneak about it at #6 with a gross of $3.8 million.

Drops were fairly low all around for the returning films, mostly because Captain Marvel was dominating the previous weekend. The only milestone worth noting is that The LEGO Movie 2, after six weeks at the box office, finally cracked $100 million. And the sun is now setting on Green Book’s post-Oscar run by coming in at #10 for the final weekend of its top 10 run over the past few weeks.

View the full top ten weekend box office results below:

Captain Marvel ($69,318,000)

Wonder Park ($16,000,000)

Five Feet Apart ($13,150,000)

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World ($9,345,000)

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral ($8,085,000)

No Manches Frida 2 ($3,894,000)

Captive State ($3,163,000)

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part ($2,135,000)

Alita: Battle Angel ($1,900,000)

Green Book ($1,277,000)

Next weekend, Captain Marvel may very well have some competition when Jordan Peele’s new horror film Us hits over 3,600 theaters.

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“Dragon” Continues To Soar, “Funeral” Close Behind, “Green Book” Back

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With little competition for the weekend, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, the third in the animated fantasy saga, was able to secure the box office once more. In its second weekend, the animated epic made $30 million to push its domestic total to $97 million. So far the film has done about the same as the previous film and is on track to stay in the top 10 for a few more weeks in March.

Debuts this weekend were small with one big exception. Tyler Perry’s latest Madea film, A Madea Family Funeral, naturally made a relatively big splash with its dedicated audience. Starting at #2, the film made $27 million for its first weekend. No word on the budget yet but it’s most likely on a budget as most Tyler Perry productions are, so it’s safe to call this a success, especially for debuting with a box office so close to Dragon.

The rest of the premieres were not as strong at all. Greta, the new thriller starring Chloe Moretz, debuted all the way down at #8 with $4.5 million box office. To be fair, however, the film was in a constant battle for its spot as three other films also reported earnings around $4 million for the weekend. Of note, Green Book, fresh off winning the Academy Award for Best Picture one weekend ago, splashed back into more theaters to arise even higher in the top 10 with its domestic total now sitting at $73 million. Don’t count on it remaining there long as bigger blockbusters will be swooping as we plow through the last remnants of winter movies.

Check out the full listing of the top 10 box office weekend results below:

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World ($30,046,000)

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral ($27,050,000)

Alita: Battle Angel ($7,000,000)

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part ($6,615,000)

Green Book ($4,711,000)

Fighting With My Family ($4,691,284)

Isn’t it Romantic ($4,645,000)

Greta ($4,585,000)

What Men Want ($2,700,000)

Happy Death Day 2U ($2,516,000)

Next weekend is once again all about Marvel as their latest superhero solo film, Captain Marvel, will be appearing in 4,100 theaters.

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