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Weekend Box Office: Showers Of Success  For Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2

This weekend saw a strong finish to September as Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2 snagged a strong first place, banking $35 million. That's a step up from the first mutated food adventure which had an opening weekend of $30 million in 2009.

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Metallica Through The Never Gets Loud, Fiery Theatrical Trailer And A New Poster

This movie exists for two reasons (besides making Metallica money, that is): to give fans around the world that can’t make it to their concerts a chance to see the band play a stage show unlike any other, and to make lasers look cool in 3D.

Metallica Stages A Panel And A Secret Concert During Comic-Con

Metallica fans headed to Comic-Con later this month are in for a treat, as all four members of the band are set to appear at the Metallica Through The Never panel that's scheduled for Hall H on Friday. And we've also learned that the band will be performing at a secret location somewhere in San Diego on Friday evening. Some lucky panel attendees will win tickets and learn the location of this planned, "intimate private concert."

Metallica Through The Never Trailer Teases A Concert And A Story

Metallica fans who aren't able to get to one of the metal band's concerts this summer won't be completely out of luck if they want an audible and visual Metallica feast. Coming to theaters this fall is Metallica Through The Never, a music-driven feature film that combines a narrative with live performance footage, which was filmed exclusively for the movie. The new trailer gives us a look at both sides of the movie, with teases of "Wherever I May Roam" and "Master of Puppets" and glimpses of the story that will play out between concert footage.

Picturehouse To Make Its Comeback With Metallica Through The Never This Summer

Picturehouse, the specialty film production house formed by New Line Cinema and HBO Films, didn't have a very long lifespan. First created back in 2005, their debut release being Gus Van Sant's Kurt Cobain study Last Days, the venture only lasted three years before closing its doors.

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