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Weekend Box Office: In The Heart of the Sea Flounders As Mockingjay - Part 2 Fishes Up A Fourth Number One
Mockingjay - Part 2 has struggled to make the kinds of money the three previous Hunger Games franchise entries have made, but this weekend it got a small badge of honor of its own to wear as the only new comer handed it an early Christmas gift.
Chris Hemsworth and Ron Howard's In The Heart Of The Sea has started very poorly at the box office, and it's destined to be the latest flop of 2015.
With the release of Ron Howard newest film, In the Heart of the Sea we see another addition into what has become one of the more impressive filmographies of any working director. From light hearted comedy to serious drama, Howard has done it all.
In The Heart Of The Sea was intended to be an awards contender and a box office bonanza, but it now looks as though Warner Bros. simply have yet another 2015 flop on their hands.
While In The Heart Of The Sea took a lot of time, preparation, and extreme conditions to lock down, there was one challenge that was probably the hardest to best. Chris Hemsworth had to face down one particular historical detail, and you can read about it here.
We have a small run of movies this upcoming weekend before we get a Force-filled theatrical infusion next week. This time around we’re heading into the good, old ocean with the arrival of In the Heart of the Sea.
After starting his career on Happy Days, Ron Howard has become one of the most celebrated directors of his generation, though there is one genre you won't see him dabbling in: superheroes.
While Tom Holland's casting as the new face of the Spider-Man franchise may have surprised some, it surely didn't surprise his In The Heart Of The Sea co-star Chris Hemsworth. Read on to see what convinced him to back Holland for the role.
Chris Hemsworth lost a ridiculous amount of weight for In The Heart Of The Sea. In fact, he lost so much that he actually resembles a nautical hobo.
I am standing outside Leavesden studios on the set of Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea, a whaling drama based on the incredible true story that inspired Herman Melville's Moby Dick. The dock before me sits beside the biggest set tank in England, which measures 250x250 feet, holding the aforementioned ship as well as hidden hydraulic arm that rocks the boat as needed.
Chris Hemsworth trades in his Asgardian hammer for a harpoon in this December’s In the Heart of the Sea, and the actor has unleashed a new trailer full of intense drama on the open ocean.
Get a jump on next year's office Oscar pool, as we run down the 15 movies we think have more than a long shot at winning the top prize!
Don’t kid yourself into thinking that publicists, studio executives and talent aren’t already looking ahead to the next Oscar season… which might already have kicked off with a few fan favorite films at Sundance. Here’s our ridiculously early look at next year’s potential Oscar candidates, written in virtual pencil.
Dust off your library card, and clear your schedule. If you're going to the movies for most of 2015, you've got some reading to do!
The story that inspired Herman Melville’s Moby Dick was scheduled to hit the big screens in just a few months, until Ron Howard decided to delay the film in hopes of a larger audience.
The folks over at Fandango surveyed more than 1,000 movie fans and polled them on which stars and films they’re most anticipating to see grace the screen in 2015. Naturally, Star Wars, Avengers and Hunger Games topped the film categories, and the actor lists were very much a reflection of this ranking.
Considering Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland made over $1 billion globally when it came out back in 2010, we all knew that the film would eventually generate a sequel - the main question was "when." Rumblings began earlier this year when The Muppets director James Bobin was rumored for the director's chair, and then a summer report said that Depp was in negotiations to reprise his role as the crazy Mad Hatter, but now the Walt Disney Company has made it official.
In the Heart of the Sea tells the disastrous story of the whaleship Essex and its crew, all of whom were stranded for 90 days after a giant sperm whale crashed into their ship. And you can bet things got pretty rough, to say the least.
Based on the book by Nathaniel Philbrick, the story is set in 1820 and follows the crew of a whaling ship off the coast of Nantucket that winds up being destroyed " by a vengeful sperm whale." Twenty of the men aboard the ship were able to survive the attack and get away on a lifeboat, but after a long time out at sea they were forced to resort to cannibalism.
Far be it for me to say he will make a Ron Howard movie better, but I’m pretty sure he will make this Ron Howard movie better, especially when he’ll be joined by Chris Hemsworth, who is another actor that tends to do no wrong.