BoxOffice (magazine)

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BoxOffice is a film industry magazine dedicated to the movie theatre business published by BoxOffice Media LP. It started in 1920 as The Reel Journal, taking its current name in 1931 and still publishes today, with an intended audience of theatre owners and film professionals.wikipedia
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BoxOffice is a film industry magazine dedicated to the movie theatre business published by BoxOffice Media LP.

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BoxOffice is a film industry magazine dedicated to the movie theatre business published by BoxOffice Media LP.

World Wide Adventures

Usually the trade magazines like BoxOffice only listed the one-reelers (running about 10 minutes in length) under this heading, with the longer films simply dubbed “specials.” For the most part, this was a handy marketing logo for a wide range of shorts of the documentary genre.

Christopher Mitchum

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He was cited by Box Office magazine as one of the top five stars of the future and the recipient of Photoplay's Gold Medal Award for 1972.

Roy Rogers

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He appeared in the similar BoxOffice poll from 1938 to 1955, holding first place from 1943 to 1952.

Warner Featurettes

Although the trade periodicals like Film Daily and BoxOffice (magazine) occasionally listed the two-reel “Warner Specials” (actually Technicolor Specials and Broadway Brevities) as “featurettes”, the term usually applied to Warner shorts lasting a full half hour or longer.

The Vampira Show

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As Nurmi told Boxoffice in a 1994 interview, she had dressed as Addams' at-the-time nameless ghoul-woman to attend Lester Horton's annual Hollywood costume ball the Bal Caribe in 1953.

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There are numerous websites that monitor box-office receipts, such as BoxOffice, Box Office India, Box Office Mojo, Koimoi, ShowBIZ Data and The Numbers which provide detailed information for many movies but have less and incomplete data for older movies due to the history of how box office reporting evolved, especially in the U.S., and the availability of this information prior to the introduction of the internet.

Scope Gem

As BoxOffice magazine’s reviewer stated in January 8, 1958, of Alpine Glory: “While the Austrian Alps have been filmed before, and well done too, this short subject in color is so beautiful and breathtaking that it can well be the best film ever to deal with the subject.” Although seldom shown on TV on account of their frame format and never released on video, they were nonetheless successfully re-released to theaters through 1967, prompting a young Leonard Maltin to write in similar vocabulary in his The Great Movie Shorts (1972) “These are among the most breathtaking travelogues of all time”.

Smiley Burnette

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By 1940, Smiley Burnette ranked second only to Autry in a Boxoffice magazine popularity poll of Western stars, the lone sidekick among the top 10 (though offscreen he earned a reputation as being moody and temperamental), and when Autry left for World War II service, Burnette provided a sidekick to Eddie Dew, Sunset Carson, and Bob Livingston and appeared in nine other films with Roy Rogers.

Fast & Furious 6

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In an interview with Box Office, Lin revealed that he had, after discussions with Diesel, storyboarded, previsualized and edited a twelve-minute finale for Fast Six before filming was completed on Fast Five.

Penélope Cruz

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Annlee Ellingson of Box Office magazine wrote "Cruz is stunning in the role—innocent and vulnerable yet possessing a mature grace and determined strength, all while sizzling with unchecked sensuality."

Beauty and the Beast (Disney song)

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Although Boxoffices Todd Gilchrist's response towards the film's 3D conversion overall was mixed, the critic admitted that "the times when the animators use computer animation to render the backgrounds", including during "the dance sequence between Belle and Beast ... are effective, immersive and maybe even memorable."

André de la Varre

A typical reel, well received in 1942 by BoxOffice magazine, was Cajuns of the Teche, covering Louisiana's local culture.

Shawn Levy (writer)

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He is a former Senior Editor of American Film and a former Associate Editor of Box Office.

Jesse L. Lasky Jr.

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In addition to a Christopher Award, he was a two-time winner of the Boxoffice Magazine Award: in 1949 for Samson and Delilah, and in 1956 for The Ten Commandments.

Julianne Moore

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The review in Boxoffice magazine regretted that "a group of enormously talented people wasted several months of their lives" on the film.

Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii

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The film earned considerably more in the US, where, by October 1974, BoxOffice reported that the film had already grossed over $2 million.

The Boy Next Door (film)

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Measuring the film's pros and cons, Boxoffice magazine said that the film's social media activity online and Lopez's pull with Latino audiences would help it. However, the publication also noted that Lopez's box office drawing power had been dwindling, which worked against the film.

A Quiet Place (film)

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BoxOffice initially estimated on February 9, 2018 that A Quiet Place would gross $17 million in its opening weekend, and that it would gross a total of $60 million in the United States.

Zack Snyder

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Snyder often uses slow motion in and out of the fight scenes in his films, which Amy Nicholson of BoxOffice magazine remarked separates the director from other filmmakers who make multiple cuts and close-ups during a fight.

The Cape Canaveral Monsters

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film historian Bill Warren notes that while the film was "offered" to theaters, it "may not have been released theatrically," despite being listed by gross magazine as being "available in 1960."

Mamma Mia! (film series)

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In May 2018, BoxOffice Magazine projected the film to gross $25–35 million in its opening weekend in the United States and Canada, and a final domestic total of around $105 million.