Harry Potter has cast his biggest spell yet with a record-breaking first day at the box office for his final film.
Distributor Warner Bros. reports that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ summoned up $92.1 million domestically on opening day Friday.
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“Down This Road” is a melodrama about two lost souls: A pre-teenager (Brandon Ratcliff) seeks out his estranged dad (Paul Calderon) after fleeing his mother’s workplace with a wad of stolen bills. His dad becomes aware that reconnecting with his son and sharing their pain, is better than facing life alone, ultimately.
The short premiered earlier this year at the Solothurner Filmtage and won an award for Best Fiction at the 30th Black Maria Film Festival. This short was inspired by a feature film currently in development and due for release in 2012.
Feller says of the short, “It’s about a tragic loss that one family experiences. It examines the results of grief and the pursuit of happiness. I believe in second chances, I believe in redemption, and I believe that we can learn to be better human beings even in the most difficult situations of our lives.”
“Vinz is one of the brightest, most talented guys on the block. I expect to see many more fine films from him in the years to come.” –Ron Bozman, Academy Award winning producer “Silence of the Lambs.”
“Simply, Vinz is a consummate artist, whose work is both poetic and raw.” –Susan Batson, Producer “Raisin in The Sun.”
“Vinz has an astute visual sensibility and a unique inner voice he freely pulls from. All of his films are engrossing. I’m looking forward to seeing more from this talented filmmaker. –Victor Syrmis, Chairman Arclight Films.
For more information about this film and upcoming public screening dates, visit http://www.facebook.com/downthisroad.
For ticketing information, visit http://www.tribecafilm.com/festival/tickets/.
LOS ANGELES– The Easter bunny has hopped into the top spot at the weekend box office.
Russell Brand’s family comedy “Hop” debuted at No. 1 with $38.1 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1,” earned $61.15 million domestically on its first day, putting the new film in the series on track to pass the previous Potter films, according to Hollywood.com.
this seems to have the internet and mtv and bet going nuts right now lol.
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New York, NY (September 16, 2010) – Hana Assoc. PR in conjunction with Gutta Muzic/DVD Weekly, is proud to announce the video release of Cops Gone Wild chronicling Police Brutality, worldwide.
Early reports clocked Takers a close second to The Last Exocist at the box office last weekend. T.I. sat down with Clay Cane for BET to explain why the numbers were off.
Above: Woody Allen in “New York Stories,” 1989.
MADRID — Woody Allen says he began shooting movies in European cities because he couldn’t afford to do it any more in New York.
However, the American film director told reporters Tuesday in the northern Spanish city of Oviedo that he finds Manhattan poses fewer limitations than European cities, where more tailoring of the story is required to fit the location.