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Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax ($38.8M) holds off John Carter ($30.2) for first place; John Carter opens to $100.8M worldwide [Update]

Update: Article updated with final box office data.

Andrew Stanton’s John Carter debuted in a disappointing second place this weekend with $30.180M from 3,749 theaters. For any other original project, that figure would actually be pretty respectable. The problem, however, is that this particular film cost Disney $250M. The weak opening left enough […]

Summit Entertainment sets October 26, 2012 release date for Alex Cross + This Means War shifted back to February 17

Summit Entertainment has announced that Rob Cohen’s Alex Cross, formerly titled “I, Alex Cross”, will be released on October 26, 2012. The film stars Tyler Perry, Matthew Fox, Rachel Nichols, Edward Burns and Jean Reno and is based on the best-selling novels by author James Patterson.

In other release date news, 20th Century Fox […]

This Means War moves up to Valentine’s Day, February 14

20th Century Fox is shifting the release of McG’s This Means War from February 17 to Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, February 14 [via THR]:

“Starting Valentine’s Day, we’re making war, not love. We’re armed and ready with the perfect movie. This is a picture that has it all — humor, charm, wit and […]

Bradley Cooper drops out of spy comedy This Means War

Entertaniment Weekly reports that Bradley Cooper (“The Hangover”, “The A-Team”) had to drop out of McG’s spy comedy This Means War, with 20th Century Fox confirming that he had to exit due to scheduling conflicts with The Hangover 2.  However, EW reports that Todd Philips doesn’t plan to shoot The Hangover 2 until this fall and that Cooper instead chose to drop out over creative issues.

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