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'Ralph Breaks the Internet' tops 'The Grinch' in sleepy pre-holiday weekend; 'Aquaman' has super-heroic debut in China
Disney (LOS ANGELES) -- The domestic weekend was the second lowest grossing of the year so far with the top twelve films earning a combined $77.8 million. However, overseas it was quite a different story thanks to Jason Momoa and friends. Aquaman opened in China this weekend earning a whopping $93.6 million, and becoming the top film globally from the one market alone. It also marked the biggest start ever in China for any Warner Bros. title. Aquaman will make a splash in North America on December 21st. As for the domestic box office, Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet took...
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'Asher' star Ron Perlman "at peace" over 'Hellboy' reboot
Tommaso Boddi/WireImage (NEW YORK) -- Ron Perlman plays a hitman looking to retire in the new film Asher, which hits theaters today. Perlman, a veteran character actor, is best known to some as the hulking figure under the red skin and muscle suit of the demonic comic hero Hellboy. He played the role in two fan favorite films, both for Oscar winning Shape of Water director Guillermo del Toro. However, a long-in-development third Hellboy film with del Toro fell apart and a 2019 reboot took place, with Perlman succeeded by Stranger Things star David Harbour. Perlman tells ABC Radio, "...I...
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Report: Jodie Whittaker will return for a new season of 'Doctor Who'
Ben Blackall/BBC America (NEW YORK) -- Not that there was any official reason to doubt it would happen, but word is Jodie Whittaker will return in the title role for another season of Doctor Who. "I really can’t wait to step back in and get to work again," Whittaker told The Hollywood Reporter. "It’s such an incredible role. It's been an extraordinary journey so far and I'm not quite ready to hand it over yet." Whittaker is the 13th person but the first woman to play the role of time-traveling Doctor in the show's more than fifty-year history. While fan...
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