Criterion's release of Being John Malkovich is the most interesting title on the board, as it is joined by The Grey, Chronicle, Rampart and more on DVD and Blu-ray.
The 2012 box-office continues to perform and this week it's Joe Carnahan's The Grey that manages to overperform while previous releases hold on a bit stronger than expected.
Friday's numbers are in and The Grey has opened very strong and coupons appear to be keeping the weekend's two other new wide releases alive, though one is clearly on life support. As for the Oscar bounce... it's not too bouncy.
Liam Neeson is taking on wolves in the snow, Sam Worthington is on a ledge, Katherine Heigl is having a tough time with her career and all these new films are facing the inevitable Oscar bump. So who wins at the box-office? Laremy Legel offers his predictions...
One for the Money was supposed to hit theaters on July 8th... of this year! Against Zookeeper. It ran away. Then it was set up as alternate programming against X-Men: First Class on June 3rd... no dice. Yikes. No it's hitting theaters in January and the trailer has just debuted. Is it worth the wait?
Here are the new MPAA ratings from BULLETIN NO: 2160. 3 Idiots Rated PG-13 For thematic material, some disturbing images and crude humor. Buckaroo: The Movie Rated PG-13 For brief drug use. Daydream Nation Rated R For drug and alcohol use, sexual content, language and some violent images - all involving teens. The Descendants Rated... Read more »