Actress Olivia Wilde takes on the role of a rebel activist who hijacks a present-day TV broadcast to give viewers a glimpse of what the country’s future will be if they do not get out and vote in 2010
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Fallon's Chris Bovill & John Allison were the creative minds behind Skoda's latest spot, Mean Green Made of Meaner Stuff, directed by Nick Gordon.
As the deep snows of another Lake Tahoe winter prepare to fall, TEAK Director Annie Sloan teamed up with Eleven Inc to produce a retro-hip :30 for Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort.
Who says you can't improve the past? Asylum VFX did just that, for JWT New York, handling all post and VFX on a Bing spot that recreated the iconic closing scene from the 1991 hit Thelma & Louise.
Leading family entertainment producer and distributor Chorion announces a range of activities for the popular preschool character Spot as he celebrates his 30th anniversary year.
If wireless customers were to conjure up a utopian world where cellular services had the capability to meet their every need and its technology functioned in perfect harmony with their lives, it could not surpass the mythical ‘Bluephoria,’ an idyllic state crafted by CRASH+SUES for Bluegrass Cellular.
Superfad was recently approached by 180 Amsterdam to create a vibrant 45-second online video to showcase the new adidas F50 football boot, which is exceptionally lightweight and styled with a beautiful two-tone skin.
Bi-coastal creative production studio Stardust was tapped by ad agency Team Detroit to launch the new Ford 2011 Mustang with a gorgeously cinematic spot for TV and cinema.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND broke numerous records on its opening weekend, March 5-7, earning $116.3 million for Disney.
SHUTTER ISLAND grabbed the top spot for the second week at the box office over the weekend, Feb. 26-28, earning $22.6 million for Paramount.
SHUTTER ISLAND grabbed the top spot at the box office over the weekend, Feb. 19-21, earning $40.2 million for Paramount.
VALENTINE'S DAY came out on top by a long shot over the weekend, Feb. 12-14, earning $56.4 million for Warner Bros.
DEAR JOHN has the enviable position of outshining AVATAR after James Cameron's film dominated for seven consecutive weeks.
In the end, James Cameron could only be outdone by himself. AVATAR surpassed TITANIC over the weekend, Jan. 29-31, all the all-time worldwide grosser with $2.04 billion so far. The film raked in $31.2 million and held on to its #1 spot for the seventh straight week.
Following a sixth consecutive week at the top, AVATAR is within clear striking distance of breaking the all-time domestic and worldwide box office records.
AVATAR held onto its lead at the box office for the fifth consecutive week over the weekend, Jan. 15-17, raking in $42.8 million for Fox.
AVATAR maintained it's lead at the box office for the fourth consecutive week over the weekend, Jan. 8-10, raking in $50.3 million for Fox.
AVATAR continued to dominate the box office over the first weekend of 2010, Jan. 1-3, raking in $68.5 million for Fox in its third week.
Three films raked in more than $50 million over the weekend, Dec. 25-27, while AVATAR barely lost any momentum from its opening week.
AVATAR earned a staggering $77 million in its first weekend for Fox, handling beat THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG from Buena Vista which grossed $12.2 million in its fourth week in theaters, Dec. 18-20.
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG from Buena Vista grossed $25 million in its third week in theaters, Dec. 11-13. THE BLIND SIDE from Warner Bros. earned nearly $15.5 million and the #2 spot over its fourth week in theaters.
THE BLIND SIDE from Warner Bros. knocked THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON out of first place, taking in $20.4 million over its third week in theaters, Dec. 4-6. THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON from Summit, raked in $15.7 million.
THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON remained the highest-grossing film over its second week in theaters, Nov. 27-29, earning $42.9 million for Summit. THE BLIND SIDE from Warner Bros. came in second for its second week straight, earning $40.1 million.
As expected THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON took a commanding lead for its opening weekend, Nov. 20-22, earning $142.8 million for Summit and the #1 slot. THE BLIND SIDE from Warner Bros. came in second for its first week, earning $34.1 million.