"Iron Man 3" Rules the World! 


"Iron Man 3" takes the world hostage over the weekend with a staggering box-office performance. In the U.S. alone, the third film in the "Iron Man" saga opened with $175.9 million making it the second biggest U.S. debut of a film ever! And that is next to Marvel's "The Avengers" with $200.30 opening same time last year.

Here's a nifty graphic of all-time U.S. opening, thanks to our friends at Huffpost.



Overseas, "Iron Man 3" starring Robert Downey Jr. from director Shane Black made half-billion dollars in less than two weeks for a worldwide total of $680.1 million.

With a box-office performance like that, it's hard for Disney and Marvel not to shower Downey Jr. with more money just so he'll return to the franchise after making it public that he's going to hang up the iron suit.

Here's the estimated Top 10 Box-Office films for weekend of May 3rd:

1. "Iron Man 3," $175.3 million ($175.9 million international).
2. "Pain & Gain," $7.6 million.
3. "42," $6.2 million.
4. "Oblivion," $5.8 million ($6.5 million international).
5. "The Croods," $4.2 million ($17.4 million international).
6. "The Big Wedding," $3.9 million ($2.5 million international).
7. "Mud," $2.2 million.
8. "Oz the Great and Powerful," $1.8 million.
9. "Scary Movie 5," $1.4 million ($4 million international).
10. "The Place Beyond the Pines," $1.3 million.

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“Iron Man 3” Movie Review -- How Many Kisses Does Robert Downey Jr. Get? 


It’s finally here, the third installment of the popular “Iron Man” franchise. Robert Downey Jr. returns as Tony Stark/Iron Man and this time, he has to duke it out with the mysterious Mandarin (Ben Kingsley). But wait, there’s also Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce), the scruffy nerd who has questionable motivations. If you think I’m giving it all away, have no fear. “Iron Man 3” has a lot of unpredictable twists and turns.

Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts) and Don Cheadle (James Rhodey Rhodes/War Machine) also return, as well as Jon Favreau who comes back as Happy Hogan but not as a director. Shane Black takes the director’s chair for his first “Iron Man” movie. But is it worth the wait? Take a look:



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Summer 2013 Movie Preview -- Movies I'm Dying to See this Summer! 


Sequels, superheroes, big blockbusters, gosh, it must be summer at the movies! From "Fast and Furious 6" to "The Hangover 3" all the way to "Man of Steel," Hollywood is bringing out the big guns to entice you to go see the movies. So which films am I dying to see this summer? I broke down the season from May to August so save the dates, here it goes:



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The New Daddy Warbucks? 


We all know that Jay-Z and Will Smith are producing an urban version of the musical "Annie" and they may have found their Daddy Warbucks! THR is saying Jamie Foxx is in talks to join "Annie," Sony's big screen adaptation of the classic Little Orphan Annie story. Foxx's character is named Benjamin Stacks, an updated version of the Daddy Warbucks character.

The role of Annie will be played by the fantastic nine-year-old Oscar nominee, Quvenzhané Wallis, from "Beasts of the Southern Wild." Will Gluck ("Friends with Benefits") is attached to direct. "Annie" will be released in 2014.

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"Magic Mike" Sequel? Say It Isn't So! 


So it's been rumored for a long time that "Magic Mike 2" is in the works! Now, the first film's director, Steven Soderbergh, says yes, the sequel to the male stripper movie starring Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum could still happen!

Soderbergh tells Pride Source that "We actually just had a meeting about it the other day. It's getting pretty far along."

Reid Carolin wrote the first movie, and he could be writing the sequel again. "They've got a good idea. There were some stories and events that Channing lived through that we just couldn't fit in the first one," Soderbergh said. "One of them is a really hilarious and very cinematic idea that we reluctantly didn't put in the first film, because it was such a big idea you could build a whole film out of it -- but we didn't want to build that film out of it. It's perfect for this, though."

Soderbegh is currently retired, so who will direct? And will this be a prequel since Mike (Channing Tatum) retired from male stripping in the first movie? Stay tuned...

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