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The Gross Movie Pool: 2013

Despicable Me 2 Makes Minions More Than Lone Ranger - Week 10

Just a few weeks ago a highly anticipated animated sequel and a live-action movie had a "win-win" at the box-office. This time around, a highly anticipated animated sequel and a live-action movie had a "domination-pwned" relationship.

Melissa McCarthy Outmuscles Channing Tatum - Week 9

In 2012, Channing Tatum was literally Magic Mike. Even in the 80's, movies about male strippers weren't hits, so the fact that Channing could turn that film, a Notebook-esque romantic drama The Vow, and a film that had no business actually being amusing and really was (21 Jump Street), cemented Channing's ascension from the next big thing to just being a thing. Not Thing 2 either... Thing 1! Like Nicki Minaj's hair, though, a lot can happen in a year.

Monsters University Grades World War Z On The Curve - Week 8

The best weekends of the movie pool are when two big-budget films are both gunning for the top spot in their opening weekend and only one can win. It's like American Idol going up against The Voice except people actually notice. Though it usually feels like an easy call, clearly every pooler who picked The Hangover Part III to best Fast and Furious 6 found that as easy as mud pie in the eye. It's a mixed metaphor contusion, i.e. "A walk in the cake" which is what I misspoke the other day blurring "cake walk" and "walk in the park," that explains the confusion that can happen when worlds (or movie studios... same thing) collide.

Man of Steel Mans June Record - Week 7

It's a sad world we live in when a film can open with $128.7 million and it's pretty easy to sit back and go, "Eh, it should've done better." In 2002, Spider-Man debuted with $114.8 million and that record lasted for four years as the biggest weekend in cinematic history. Once it got blasted out of the water by the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, Dead Man's Chest, with $135.6 million, now a couple films a year open to triple digits and they aren't all "big things." Something as forgettable as Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland began with $116.1 million. Likewise, even as much as I enjoyed Iron Man 3, it's $175 million debut is more memorable than anything in the film. Well, expect for Tony Stark mistaking a tattoo of himself for Scott Baio.

The Purge Cleanses The Internship - Week 6

Sometimes I get surprised, sometimes I get shocked, and sometimes it happens all at the same time. Like when Kate Winslet ended-up topless in Titanic. Everyone kept telling me, "Why are you going to see that movie? You know what's going to happen." I guaran-damn-tee you, no one knew that was going to happen!

Now You See Me Makes After Earth Disappear - Week 5

Magicians may have been passé this spring when they included the likes of Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, but when you cast What's-His-Name and Who's-Her-Face, you've got a hit on your hands!

Fast 6 Gives Hangover 3 A Furious Migraine - Week 4

With three new movies all trying to race to the top of the weekend charts, I may be a day late with my update, but at least I'm not a Hangover Part III short.
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