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Patrick Wilson on The Conjuring 3: It's Different Than Anything We've Seen

Patrick Wilson on The Conjuring 3: It's Different Than Anything We've Seen
A few months back, we passed along the awesome news that Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will not only be returning in director Michael Chaves' third entry in the official The Conjuring series with The Conjuring 3, but we also heard word that the two thespians will be lending their talents to writer-director Gary Dauberman's upcoming third entry in the Annabelle series as well.

And today we have word via Digital Spy that not only has Patrick Wilson wrapped shooting on the still officially untitled Annabelle 3, but he also passed along the news that he's super-excited to move onto The Conjuring 3, which he says, "will be different than anything we've seen." Specifically, he told the site this.

"Oh boy. We just finished Annabelle 3 which is cool. It's nice to dip our toes into that franchise a little bit. Conjuring 3 will be different than anything we've seen, which is fun.
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Goosebumps 2 Coming to Digital on December 25th, Followed by a Blu-ray & DVD Release on January 15th

If you want to celebrate Halloween on Christmas (as mentioned in the Blink 182 song "I Miss You"), then you'll be able to do just that when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases Goosebumps 2 (known as Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween in its theatrical release) on Digital on December 25th, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release on January 15th (including three deleted scenes):

From the Press Release (via Why So Blu?): You’re in for a fun scare when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment unleashes Goosebumps 2 debuting on Digital and available via the Movies Anywhere App on December 25 and coming to Blu-ray™ and DVD January 15. Slappy the devious ventriloquist dummy returns to run amuck, in this second installment of the family-friendly franchise based on R.L. Stine’s beloved book series. Standing in Slappy’s way is a terrifyingly talented cast including Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs), Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
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'Fantastic Beasts' sequel opens top of UK box office with strong £12.3m weekend

Mubi release Suspiria posts £163,223 opening.

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.29.

RankFilm / DistributorThree-day gross (Nov 16-18) Gross Week 1 Fantastic Beasts 2 (Warner Bros) £12.3m £12.3m 1 2 The Grinch (Universal) £3.9m £10m 2 3 Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox) £3m £34.9m 4 4 Widows (20th Century Fox) £880,000 £4.3m 2 5. A Star Is Born (Warner Bros) £741,000 £27.1m 7 Warner Bros

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald, the sequel to the spin-off of the Harry Potter franchise, opened to an impressive £12.3m weekend. The film played in 678 sites, making for an average of £18,141.

That Fri-Sun total places it behind the opening of predecessor Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,
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'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald' rules world on $254m launch (update)

'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald' rules world on $254m launch (update)
Fantasy feature tracking 2% ahead of 2016 predecessor at same stage.

November 19 Update: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald ruled the world on a $253m global launch, while Venom powered past $200m in its second weekend in China, and Bohemian Rhapsody made light work of surging past the $250m international milestone.

Warner Bros Pictures International

Updated: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald scored a confirmed $191.5m weekend gross from 79 markets as the worldwide haul generated $253.7m, aided by the $62.2m number one North American debut.

Warner Bros Pictures International (Wbpi) executives said the international launch came in at 3% above that of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
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'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald' rules world on $253m launch

'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald' rules world on $253m launch
Fantasy feature tracking 2% ahead of 2016 predecessor at same stage.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald ruled the world on a $253m global launch, while Venom powered past $200m in its second weekend in China, and Bohemian Rhapsody made light work of surging past the $250m international milestone.

Warner Bros Pictures International

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald scored an estimated $191m weekend gross from 79 markets as the worldwide haul generated $253m, aided by the $62.2m number one North American debut.

Warner Bros Pictures International (Wbpi) executives said the international launch came in at 2% above that of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
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'Grindelwald' hits $100m worldwide (update)

Harry Potter spin-off debuts in UK on $4.5m, rising to $4.9m including previews.

November 17 Update: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald has raced to $100m worldwide in three days and reached $74.3m internationally after opening in a further 24 markets on Friday.

The fantasy earned $43m internationally on Friday through Warner Bros Pictures International and now ranks as the top Us title – in most cases the top title – in 79 markets.

China has delivered $28.1m (Rmb 195.9m) from its first two days as Grindelwald’s $12.3m (Rmb 86m) on Friday scored the biggest opening day in the Wizarding World series and followed
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'Grindelwald' climbs to $31m, opens in China on $12.8m (update)

'Grindelwald' climbs to $31m, opens in China on $12.8m (update)
Fantasy flies into 79 markets this weekend.

November 16 Update: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald expanded into 45 new markets on Thursday (15) and added $18.1m as the early running total surged to $31m after two days, and the fantasy sequel ranked number one in 54 out of 55 markets.

Warner Bros Pictures International (Wbpi) executives said on Friday morning (16) that early results from China indicated a $12.8m (Rmb 89m) Friday launch including previews on approximately 22,545 screens that tracked 15% ahead of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them by the same stage, and delivered the biggest debut in the Wizarding World films.

Grindelwald debuted in
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'Grindelwald' conjures early $10.1m from international opening salvo

'Grindelwald' conjures early $10.1m from international opening salvo
Fantasy flies into 79 markets this weekend.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald grossed $10.1m from 10 international markets in its initial raft of opening days on Wednesday (14) as the fantasy epic heads into a further 45 markets on Thursday. Including Tuesday previews, the overall tally stands st $12.5m.

Elsewhere Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody has crossed $200m, Sony’s Venom has reached $500m, and Universal’s Halloween is on course to clock $100m within the next week,

Returning to the Wizarding World, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald opened in France on $2.6m including Tuesday night previews to rank number one with a
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'The Grinch' pips 'Bohemian Rhapsody' to number one UK box office spot

Animated Dr. Seuss title took £5m over the weekend.

Rank Film / Distributor Three-day gross (Nov 9-11) Gross Week 1 The Grinch (Universal) £5m £5m 1 2 Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox) £4.5m £29m 3 3 Widows (20th Century Fox) £1.6m £2.4m 1 4 A Star Is Born (Warner Bros) £1.2m £25.4m 6 5. The Nutcracker And The Four Realms (Disney) £1.1m £3.4m 2

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.29.

Universal

3D family animation The Grinch has dislodged Bohemian Rhapsody from the number one slot at the top of the UK box office, taking £5m from its first three days.

Playing in 561 sites, the film scored a decent average of
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Bo Report: Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe fans embrace ‘Boy Erased’

‘Boy Erased.’

Given the challenging subject, Joel Edgerton’s gay conversion therapy drama Boy Erased opened very respectably in Australia last weekend, its first international market after platforming in the Us.

In part that speaks to the star power of Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe as well as Lucas Hedges’ impressive turn as the teenage protagonist and Edgerton’s direction, screenplay and supporting role.

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody and Warner Bros’ A Star is Born continued to dominate ticket sales as Sony’s sequel to the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo flopped.

Hindi action-adventure Thugs of Hindostan drew plenty of Bollywood fans while They Shall Not Grow Old, Peter Jackson’s artful mix of restored WW1 footage owned by the Imperial War Museum and BBC audio generated an impressive $178,000 from limited sessions on Sunday.

Meanwhile Disney’s British live action romantic comedy Patrick, Transmission’s polarising Suspiria and Icon
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China debut fires 'Venom' back to top of international charts (update)

Sony’s monster hit scores $111m launch in Asian territory.

November 12 Update: Venom surpassed expectations to score a confirmed $112.5m opening weekend in China as the comic book adaptation reclaimed top spot at the international box office thanks to a $119.5m weekend that raised the running total to $469.9m.

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody impressed in second place on $63.1m, while Universal-Illumination’s The Grinch arrived on $12.7m, and Paramount’s Overlord made off with $9.2m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International

Updated: Venom’s global tally stands at $676.2m. The China result includes previews and recorded the second highest debut for a superhero film in the territory,
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China debut fires 'Venom' back to top of international charts

Sony’s monster hit scores $111m launch in Asian territory.

Venom surpassed expectations to score an estimated $111m opening weekend in China as the comic book adaptation reclaimed top spot at the international box office thanks to a $123.1m weekend that raised the running total to $467.3m.

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody impressed in second place on $63.1m, while Universal-Illumination’s The Grinch arrived on $12.7m, and Paramount’s Overlord made off with $9.2m.

Sony Pictures Releasing International

Venom’s global tally stands at $673.5m. The China result includes previews and recorded the second highest debut for a superhero film in the territory,
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'Venom' surges to $79m in China, crosses $400m international (update)

'Venom' surges to $79m in China, crosses $400m international (update)
The Girl In The Spider’s Web opens in Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, and South Korea.

November 10 Update: Venom added an estimated $43.7m on its second day in China, scoring the second biggest Saturday for an imported film in 2018 behind Avengers: Infinity War as the international running total soared past $400m.

Combined with Friday’s $34.9m opening day (including Thursday midnight takings), which is Sony’s biggest opening day in the territory and the biggest opening day for a single-hero Marvel launch, the running total stands at $78.6m.

International crossed $400m on Saturday and stands at $431m. Studio executives expect
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'Venom' surges to $79m in China after two days (update)

'Venom' surges to $79m in China after two days (update)
The Girl In The Spider’s Web opens in Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, and South Korea.

November 10 Update: Venom added an estimated $43.7m on its second day in China, scoring the second biggest Saturday for an imported film in 2018 behind Avengers: Infinity War.

Combined with Friday’s $34.9m opening day including Thursday midnight takings, which is Sony’s biggest opening day in the territory and the biggest opening day for a single-hero Marvel launch, the running total stands at $78.6m.

Studio executives expect Venom to deliver a $100m weekend in the territory, and predicted it would cross $400m internationally on
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Can 'Bohemian Rhapsody' fend off international threat of 'Venom', 'Overlord', 'The Grinch'?

The Girl In The Spider’s Web opens in Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, and South Korea.

Fox International executives want Bohemian Rhapsody to deliver a glorious encore at the international box office, although it could get drowned out by Overlord, Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, or Venom, which opened in China on Friday on $35m.

Last weekend’s global champion has reached $110.9m, setting an impressive pace for a film that surprised everyone with its box office clout (worldwide stood at $180m as of Friday.)

This weekend the Queen and Freddie Mercury biopic arrives in a further 13 mostly Middle Eastern territories as well as Japan.
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October Delivered a Record $820 Million at the Domestic Box Office

October Delivered a Record $820 Million at the Domestic Box Office
Another month and another record falls as October 2018 domestic calendar grosses topped $800 million for the first time ever, outperforming last October by more than +47%. Leading the charge was Sony's Venom, but it was a collective effort among several films including fellow October releases A Star is Born and Halloween, all of which topped $100 million at the domestic box office compared to last year, which didn't see a single film generate over $83 million over the course of the month. In fact, this is the first time ever more than one film brought in over $100 million in the month of October as studios continue to find ways to make use of a year-round release calendar. For the second time this year, Universal topped all studios with October grosses totaling just shy of $250 million from eight films in release. Leading the way was the studio's release of Halloween, which delivered the second
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' holds UK top spot as challengers bite the dust

Queen biopic passes £20m in two weeks.

RankFilm / DistributorThree-day gross (Nov 2-4) Gross Week 1 Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox) £5.7m £20.4m 2 2 A Star Is Born (Warner Bros) £1.8m £22.9m 5 3 The Nutcracker And The Four Realms (Disney) £1.8m £1.8m 1 4 Smallfoot (Warner Bros) £1.1m £10.2m 4 5. Johnny English Strikes Again (Universal) £1m £16.4m 5

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.30.

20th Century Fox

Bohemian Rhapsody dropped by just 11% to stay top of the UK box office in its second week on release. It took £5.7m over the weekend from 682 locations, and is already up to £20.4m in the territory.

Although it is behind
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Bo Report: Killer Queen opening for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Bohemian Rhapsody’ (Photo credit: 20th Century Fox).

Freddie Mercury gave his final live performance as the front man of Queen in England in 1986 so it’s clear the Bohemian Rhapsody movie is drawing a lot of moviegoers who either were born after that or were not huge fans of the band.

The 20th Century Fox biopic registered the seventh biggest opening of the year in Oz, 10 per cent ahead of the debut of A Star is Born, which powered through its third weekend.

Meanwhile action-thriller Hunter Killer is another dud in Gerard Butler’s faltering career and Charming, a Us animated musical comedy, did not live up to its title.

Us audiences shunned Fahrenheit 11/9, Michael Moore’s documentary on how Donald Trump ascended to President, so it’s no surprise that Aussies stayed away as the Madman Entertainment release took $36,000 on 17 screens including advance screenings.

“With the Us mid-terms in the headlines,
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Queen are the champions as 'Bohemian Rhapsody' scores $50m North American debut

The Nutracker And The Four Realms, Nobody’s Fool debut second, third.

Fox’s Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody was the runaway winner at North American box office over the weekend as the estimated $50m debut exceeded expectations and blew new openers from Disney and Paramount.

Rami Malek as Queen front man Freddie Mercury opened on 4,000 screens and dominated the session. The film reportedly cost $50m to produce and is well on the way to profitability given its $122.5m global launch.

Buena Vista’s fantasy adventure The Nutracker And The Four Realms starring Keira Knightley and Helen Mirren arrived in second place on $20m in 3,766 sites,
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' on song in $122.5m global debut (update)

Queen musical drama soars like a rocket ship in 64 markets.

November 5 Update: Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody soared to the top of the global box office at the weekend thanks to an estimated $122.5m haul that included $72.5m from 64 international markets.

Disney’s Keira Knightley family fantasy The Nutcracker And The Four Realms debuted on $38.5m, while Universal’s horror hit Halloween crossed $225m worldwide.

Fox International

The Queen / Freddie Mercury drama starring Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) stands at $91.7m internationally and ranks top in approximately 50 markets. Bohemian Rhapsody debuted top in France on $7.7m debut. It grossed a stunning $7.4m
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