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2016 Golden Globe Awards: DiCaprio wins best actor award

2016 Golden Globe Awards: DiCaprio wins best actor award

Agencies Leonardo DiCaprio nabbed the Golden Globe Award for best actor in a drama for his performance in The Revenant on Sunday night. The actor beat out competition from Bryan Cranston&nbs...

Aamir Khan no longer 'Incredible India' ambassador

Aamir Khan no longer 'Incredible India' ambassador

Agencies Indian actor Aamir Khan has said he respects the government's decision not to renew his contract as the ambassador of its "Incredible India" campaign. Incredible India is the name of the country's tourism cam...

‘Downton Abbey’: Saying Farewell to All That

‘Downton Abbey’: Saying Farewell to All That

  NYTimes NEWBURY, ENGLAND: It was May at Highclere Castle, the Georgian mansion that serves as set for the titular building, and the cast was halfway through the six-month shoot for the show’s final season. When Season 6, w...

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan deported from India

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan deported from India

Times of India Pakistani Singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan on Thursday morning was deported from India’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Hyderabad. According to reports, the Pakistani singer had arrived in Hyderabad to per...

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WORLDWIDE BOX OFFICE COLLECTION OF; 'THE WOLVERINE'

Hugh Jackman returns as Twentieth Century Fox unleashed Marvel's The Wolverine in 3,924 theatres and as expected topped the weekend with a debut of $55 million. Notably, this is the sixth film in X-Men film franchise which has to this point generated a massive worldwide theatrical box office total of $1.9 billion! Strong word-of-mouth and solid reviews will keep this one strong in the weeks ahead. The film had a great start internationally:

The Wolverine Weekend International Gross estimate=$86.1M 101 territories, 15,152 screens Total Worldwide Gross Estimate= $141.1M Budget was just under $120M A- CinemaScore 

Notably, this is the sixth film in X-Men film franchise which has to this point generated a massive worldwide theatrical box office total of $1.9 billion! 

As no surprise, second place goes to Warner Bros.' R-rated horror hit The Conjuring which scared up a devilish $41.8 million in its debut last weekend and was the mid-week champ possessing over $60 million as it started the weekend. With great reviews and solid word-of-mouth, this particular horror movie had a much less severe second weekend drop than is typical for the genre at only 47% and therefore was able to scare up another $22.13 million in further profits during the Friday through Sunday period and $83.867 million to date.

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