I always wait until the theaters are not crowded — plan to see it after New Year’s.
‘Star Wars’ Just Came Out And Already Broke A Box Office Record
Anxious “Star Wars” fans who will tolerate none of your spoilers have broken one box office record — and the movie just came out.
Ticket vendor Fandango says “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has already broken its record for the most tickets sold for any film over its entire theatrical run. It usurped “Jurassic World” — another nostalgia-heavy flick — for the title.
Fandango, which sells tickets to a majority of theater screens in the U.S., did not specify the value of the tickets sold. But The Associated Press reported earlier today that the film has earned more than $100 million in presale tickets in North America. What’s more, according to a poll on the site, 63 percent of respondents had plans to see “The Force Awakens” more than once in theaters.
So yes, theaters will…
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Thanks for keeping us updated.
New Star Wars movie coming in 2015. I wonder if Harrison Ford will look younger than he did in Cowboys and Aliens?
The story about the botched execution is really interesting.
The NBA bans Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life, Oklahoma inmate dies in botched execution, and more
1. NBA bans Sterling over racist comments
The National Basketball Association on Tuesday banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and fined him $2.5 million in a dramatic reaction to racist comments he allegedly made in a secretly recorded conversation. Commissioner Adam Silver said he would try to force Sterling to sell his team, a strong-arm move requiring the approval of three-quarters of team owners. Sterling’s views, Silver said, “simply have no place in the NBA.” [The New York Times]
2. Oklahoma murderer dies after his botched execution is halted
An Oklahoma death row inmate, Clayton Lockett, died of a heart attack Tuesday night after hislethal injection was botched. Prison officials had called a halt to the execution after Lockett’s…
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