The top 5 movies in the cinema (according to you and your pockets!) are in and Niamh Geaney is here to show you what they are! We've also picked an incredible drama based on a true-story to look out which will hit our cinema screens very soon!
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The Top 5 cinema results have landed and Niamh Geaney is going to tell you what they are, as well as the worst performer- so you can cross that one off your list! We’ve also rounded up an inspirational drama inspired by real events that hits our cinema screens this Friday, as well as a movie that you can watch at home that is sure to get you into the festive mood!
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If you were one of the people who made a trip to the cinema to see Katniss and crew do their thing, then you’re part responsible for the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1 $500 million ticket sales and also helped make the movie number one in the overseas box office!
However, these stats and figures aren’t exactly overwhelming movie execs as last year’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opened to an enormous $158.1 million which is substantially higher than its sequel’s debut weekend which ‘only’ took in $121.9 million.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1 has yet to open in China, however, so there’s no doubt that the film’s profits are only set to rise once it hits the big screens over there in 2015.
The world’s second biggest film market is bound to have an impact on proceeds, right?
Your box office bucket list is here rounding up the hits and misses of the cinema this week! What will you be going to see?
Niamh Geaney takes a look at the top 5 performers as well as one that is not doing too well at all! She’s rounded up a tense adventure thriller that lands on our screens this Friday and goes back to the vaults for this week’s pic of the week!
Join us back here tomorrow for Spotlight where we speak to the stars.
On this week’s Pic ’n’ Mix we show you what’s hot and what’s not in the box office ensuring you see a killer flick.
How good is Interstellar? How well is The new Hunger Games performing? Has the Imitation Game lived up to the hype? Niamh Geaney is here with the facts and a few tidbits of trivia to spice things up.
We’ve also picked a remarkable documentary for you to watch out for that will be hitting our screens very soon and chosen a tense drama to watch at home.
Our thoughts are with actress Jennifer Lawrence this morning after she revealed she wasn’t treated like the celeb royalty she truly is on the set of latest movie, The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2.
The twenty-four-year-old Oscar winner opened up in a recent interview and revealed that fellow co-stars gifted her with dozens of chirping crickets which she couldn’t get out of her trailer “for months”. Ew.
To make matters worse, Chris Martin’s ex recalled how the insects were presented to her in the world-famous Tiffany’s box to ensure the star was dealt the maximum blow.
Reliving the terrible memory, Jen says: “It was the most awful combination of feelings in the world. It was like, 'Tiffany's!? Jeffrey! You didn't have to do that!' And then I opened it…it was awful. And they were in my trailer for months, I couldn't get them out.
Her co-stars are far from remorseful with Josh Hutcherson admitting: “We just love giving her crap all the time, and whether it’s a prank or just, you know giving her a hard time, it’s the best." Frankly, we don't know how they sleep at night.
This movie star lifestyle isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
The wait is nearly over for Hunger Games fans with the next installment hitting cinema screens on November 21st. The trailer has just landed to tantalise those taste buds.
Niamh Geaney reports.