Hey, have you had a chance to check out the new Shia LaBeouf Doll? The twenty-one year old star of Summer blockbuster Indiana Jones And The Crystal Skull is having his Indy alter-ego, Mutt Williams, turned into a cool new collectible action-figure to promote the new film. The twelve-inch Mutt Williams Figure retails for $149.
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Indy 4 star Shia LaBeouf for Arena Magazine July 2008.
Sex And The City: The Movie has topped the North American weekend box office, taking in $55.7 million in spite of earlier projections predicting the film would close out it’s opening weekend somewhere in the $25 million to $35 million range. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the long-awaited fourth installment of the action film franchise and last weekend’s box office winner, finished in second place, earning $46 million in ticket sales, according to early estimates. Read the rest of this entry »
Sarah Jessica Parker and her Manolos are kicking Indiana Jones’ butt at the box office. Opening day ticket sales for Sex And The City Movie unseated last week’s box office champ, Indy 4; banishing the action epic to second place and setting a new precedent for “chick flicks.” Yay for Girl Power! The four fashionistas from New York City, who grew to fame between 1998-2004 on the wildly-successful HBO comedy, sold approximately $26.9 million in tickets in the U.S and Canada on its first day in theaters on Friday. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull followed with about $12 million, according to preliminary estimates issued on Saturday. Sex And The City is well on it’s way to refuting early projections by topping this Weekend’s Box Office.
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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull battled it’s way to the top of the U.S box office this Memorial Day Weekend, earning $126 million in it’s first four days of release. Indy 4, the franchise’s first film in nineteen years, witnessed a sixty-five-year old Harrison Ford in his signature role as archeologist Indiana Jones. The opening falls just $2 million short of the Memorial Day Weekend record set by Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End in 2007. Read the rest of this entry »