Spearheading another solid weekend at movie theaters across the States, "Taken 2" is comfortable situated atop the box office to begin the weekend of October 5-7, 2012.
The Olivier Megaton directed crime drama starring Liam Neeson as a retired CIA operative scored a $18.5 million opening day followed by a $19 million day two while estimated to churn out a respectable weekend total of $50.0 million.
Topping the competition with ease while posting solid opening numbers, "Hotel Transylvania" is perched atop the box office to begin the weekend of September 28-30, 2012.
The Sony Pictures Animation crafted family comedy, which features the voices of Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez, enjoyed an estimated first day take of $11 million followed by another $19 million on Saturday while projected to boast debut weekend sales of $43.0 million.
Amping up promotions for their latest film, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt sat down with Coming Soon during the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about "Looper."
When " The Dark Knight Rises" actor found out that Bruce Willis would play the older version of himself, Joseph admitted, "That was a fist-pump moment," explaining, "I took the challenge very seriously, you know he and I, we don;t look anything alike, we don't sound alike and that's my favorite thing as an actor is to become somebody different from myself."
Giving fans a sneak peek before the September 28th release, Yahoo! Movies debuted a new featurette from the upcoming film "Looper."
The futuristic action movie takes place in 2072 when crime mobs have the capability of getting rid of somebody by sending someone 30 years in the past to kill them. In the sci-fi action flick, the mob seeks to "close the loop" by transporting Joe's future self back thirty years as a target for himself.