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Murray is driving everyone mad on the set of his new movie, St...According to American tabloid the National Enquirer , Bill is refusing to speak face to face with anyone producers, writers, makeup artists, wardrobe or other staffers unless they go
Packs of teens and college students gathered at the AMC Metreon on Market Street to see the late night premiere of Insidious: Chapter 2 Thursday evening. The sequel takes place almost instantly from which it left off with the Lambert's still
Insidious 3' is a go after big opening for 'Insidious: Chapter 2' September 17, 2013 1:06 PM ET Well, that sure didn't take long. After "Insidious: Chapter 2" opened at the top of the weekend box office , it was a foregone conclusion there would
Suggested Topics Actor Ray Winstone has criticised the glut of cookery and reality shows on the small screen. The Sexy Beast star, 56, said TV drama is now better than film but it is being squashed in the schedules. Asked whether he thought drama was
Chapter 2" scared up more than $40 million of box-office bounty in its debut weekend...The film opened on Friday the 13th and scored the highest September opening day ever, according to box-office analyst Paul Dergarabedian of Hollywood.com.
Chapter 2" killed it at the box office, the horror film's makers said they are planning to make a third installment in the franchise. Made for just $5 million, "Insidious: Chapter 2" sold an estimated $41.1 million of tickets in its opening weekend,
The 75th anniversary of the release of "The Wizard of Oz" will be celebrated with a limited run at IMAX theaters and a five-disk Blu-ray set, industry officials have announced. "The IMAX release of 'The Wizard of
Scare Tactics Sept. 15, 2013 Evolution Entertainment / Saw Productions Inc You can't keep a good horror-movie antagonist down. You may defeat the monster and vanquish your fears, but you can't kill the undead. It always rises again, maybe to terrify
Insidious" Sequel Scares Up a Box-Office Win Appropriately enough for a period beginning on Friday the 13th, the nation's theaters were scared into submission this past weekend. The movie taking the top position in ticket sales over that time frame
Moviegoers had an appetite for fright this weekend, sending "Insidious: Chapter 2" to the top of the box office. The haunted-house horror sequel debuted in first place with $41 million, more than tripling the opening take of the 2010 original.