Opening Everywhere: Noah, Sabotage, Bad Words Opening Somewhere: Cesar Chavez, The Raid 2 FilmDrunk Suggests: I already wrote about Bad Words last week, so I won’t bother with that here, but I’ll remind
Director Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah" was the top film at the box office on Friday, taking in an estimated $15.2 million from 3,567 screens. The $130-million film, starring Russell Crowe as
Proving once again that perhaps there is no such thing as “bad publicity”, the controversial Noah earned a solid $15.24 million yesterday, counting $1.6m worth of Thursday night sneak sales. The relatively
The magnitude 5.1 earthquake that struck near Los Angeles Friday night became something of an surprise special effect for those attending the opening weekend of the “Noah” movie starring Russell Crowe.
There's a flood of biblical proportions this year in Hollywood: Noah, starring Russell Crowe, floats into theaters Thursday. It follows Son of God, another Bible-based movie released by 20th Century Fox.