A long time ago, a determined King Zhou, supported by his concubine Daji, sets his mind on conquering the Middle Kingdom. After years of slaughter, the unyielding Adept tribes have been eliminated in succession. Jiang and General Ji from Qishan are King Zhou's longstanding opponents. Under a divinatory sign, Jiang discovers that the Sword of Light can reverse the adversity. Jet Li is back and ready for action in the new fantasy epic League of Gods.
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||July 29th, 2016 (Limited) by Sony Pictures, released as League of Gods|
||July 28th, 2016 (Wide), released as League of Gods (China)
July 29th, 2016 (Wide), released as League of Gods (Australia)
July 29th, 2016 (Wide), released as League of Gods (New Zealand)
July 29th, 2016 (Limited), released as League of Gods (United Kingdom)
September 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Thailand)
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||August 1st, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, released as League of Gods|
||PG-13 for fantasy action and violence.|
(Rating bulletin 2434 (Cert #50537), 7/20/2016)
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||Gods and Goddesses, Demons, Royalty, War|
|Source:||Based on Fiction Book/Short Story|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Historical Fiction|
August 2nd, 2017
There is no monster hit coming out this week, but that doesn’t mean there are no new DVD / Blu-rays worth picking up. In fact, there are six Pick of the Week contenders. This includes Slither: Collector's Edition, which took home the title in a close race. There are also two co-winners of the Puck of the Week for best Canadian release, Colossal on Blu-ray Combo Pack and I am the Blues on DVD.
August 4th, 2016
Jason Bourne opened in first place on the international chart with $50.74 million in 5,006 theaters in 48 markets. There were two markets that had a claim for biggest opening for the film: South Korea and the U.K. The film earned third place in South Korea with $8.02 million on 826 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $11.39 million. Meanwhile in the U.K., it earned second pace with $10.09 million in 561 theaters. The film earned first place in Australia with $5.85 million on 554 screens. Compared to the biggest hit in the franchise, The Bourne Ultimatum, these results were mixed. On the one hand, Ultimatum finished with less than $15 million in South Korea during its total run there, so an opening of over $11 million is amazing. On the other hand, Ultimatum opened with nearly $13 million in the U.K., which is close to 30% more than Jason Bourne’s opening. It will take a few more openings, plus a look at the film’s legs, to tell where it has finished.
July 29th, 2016
It’s a week of “good, but not great” movies as there are a number of films earning Tomatometer Scores in the 70s. Generally speaking, films usually need 80% positive reviews or better to survive in limited release. There are a couple of films with amazing reviews, Gleason and Miss Sharon Jones, but both are documentaries, so they don’t have a lot of box office potential. The film I’m most interested in is Into the Forest, which is playing on Video on Demand.
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