The Veils new album, Time Stays We Go, released on their own label Pitch Beast Records today, has shot straight to No 5 in the New Zealand iTunes album charts.
The robots’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through this Independence Day weekend that the Transformers franchise still had muscle to spare. Transformers: Dark of the Moon, third in Michael Bay’s HASBRO-Spielberg series of epic-length, fortissimo toy commercials, earned $97.4 million during the standard three-day weekend, and $116.4 million for the four-day holiday frame, according to early studio estimates.
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The critics reacted like heartbroken suitors, but Pixar’s Cars 2 got its motor running at about the same pace of the 2006 original. The G-rated sequel earned $68 million, according to early estimates, to win the weekend at the North American box office, while the R-rated Bad Teacher stormed into second place with $31 million
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The numbers say Thor won the weekend, again taking moviegoers to that Norse altar in the sky and winning the North American box office with $34.5 million, according to early studio estimates, for its second week at the top of the heap. But the snickering Bridesmaids led by Kristen Wiig may have the last laugh.
The cartoon birds soared; the slashers got diced and sliced.
Can we stop thinking about Russell Brand now?
The kid who’s wimpy whupped the teen girls whose couture is skimpy. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, second in the film adaptations of Jeff Kinney’s stick-drawn book characters, earned $24.1 million, according to early studio estimates
Are there movies nobody likes but everyone sees? Yes, on a weekend when only one major-studio film is released.