Movies Released November 19, 2010
Not to be forgotten, The Next Three Days also arrives in theaters on Friday. Other studios have typically avoided debuting their movies on the same the release date of any Harry Potter sequel. The most successful counter-programming was in 2005 with Walk the Line which sold $22.3 million in tickets. Despite its solid cast, The Next Three Days will be fortunate to break $10 million.
Last weekend, Megamind became a back-to-back champion with a $29.1 million weekend, bringing its total to $88.8 million. Unstoppable took in $22.7 million and a strong critical reception (85% on Rotten Tomatoes) while Skyline under performed with $11.7 million and lousy reviews (13%). Morning Glory came in with $9.2 million for the weekend and $11.8 million including its Wednesday head start.
The Next Three Days 2,564 theaters
Life seems perfect for John Brennan (Russell Crowe) until his wife, Lara (Elizabeth Banks), is arrested for a gruesome murder she says she didn't commit. Three years into
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I 4,125 theaters
The final chapter of the Harry Potter film series begins as Harry, Ron and Hermione leave Hogwarts behind and set out to find and destroy the Horcruxes--the secret to Vo
On the fourteenth anniversary of an accident that left him paralyzed, magician Ethan decides to seek control over his own life. He petitions the Court to end his life and
Heartless 1 theater
A young man with a large heart-shaped birthmark on his face discovers that there are demons on the streets of East London.
Made in Dagenham Limited
Focused on the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant when 850 female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination in their job performance evaluations
White Material 3 theaters
A woman fights to save her family plantation, and way of life, in the face of rising civil unrest.
- Crouching Dragon Hidden Tiger II: The Green Destiny changed the U.S. film release date from TBA to TBA 2014
- The Face of Love changed the U.S. film release date from TBA to September, 2013
- The Look of Love changed the U.S. film release date from TBA 2013 to September, 2013
- Autobahn changed the U.S. film release date from TBA to TBA 2014
- The Vatican Tapes changed the U.S. film release date from TBA to October, 2014
- The Hangover Part III
- Fast & Furious 6
Thor: The Dark World Theatrical Trailer
The Purge Theatrical Trailer
Riddick First Look Teaser
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Theatrical Trailer
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