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Box office report: 'The Hobbit' beats 'Frozen' with $29.9 million; '47 Ronin' bombs with $9.9 million

In a remarkably tight race, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug held onto its gold at the box office this weekend, earning $29.9 million over the three-day frame and taking the top spot. The fantasy epic’s domestic total is now $190.3 million after three weeks, a robust number that still trails last year’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which had already earned $221.6 million at the 17-day mark. Peter Jackson’s earlier Tolkien epic, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, had made a princely $290.4 million by its third weekend in 2003, headed toward a final gross of $377.8 in the states and $1.119 billion worldwide. Smaug looks likely to end up below Unexpected Journey‘s total haul of $303 million, whereas each of the Lord of the Rings films managed to outgross its predecessor. The Hobbit: There and Back Again, the trilogy’s final film, is slated for release on Dec. 17, 2014.

The prize for Most Improved this week goes to Frozen, which jumped a remarkable 46.9 percent in its sixth weekend — despite actually playing at 205 fewer theaters. READ FULL STORY

Box office update: 'Frozen' ices 'Hobbit' and 'Wall Street' on Friday

Reclaiming the top spot in its sixth weekend, Frozen made an estimated $10.3 million on Friday — enough to snag the top spot during a hectic post-holiday frame that saw five new wide releases competing at the box office. Disney’s animated fairy tale has made a total of $229.8 million so far and has a shot at holding the crown for the weekend, although it’ll have stiff competition from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The fantasy sequel earned an estimated $10.1 million on Friday, making it the second-highest grosser that day and bringing its total to $170.6 million. The Hobbit is playing on 3,928 screens compared to Frozen‘s 3,335.

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'Grudge Match' poster: Stallone vs. De Niro vs. Photoshop

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Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro’s upcoming boxing movie — technically titled Grudge Match but actually titled Raging Bull 2 Meets Rocky Part 7 — has a new poster. It is an attention-grabber. It’s constructed to look a little like an old-fashioned boxing poster. It has the names of its two stars very big at the top, followed by a huge “GRUDGE MATCH” title.

And then your eyes are drawn to Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro. Who look…interesting. This isn’t quite Kevin-James-in-The-Dilemma-level bad Photoshop, fortunately, although the floating torso-heads of their co-stars don’t really help. Still, as the poster reminds you, this is coming out on Christmas Day and is guaranteed to make your dad cry. So, better keep an eye on this. Check out the full poster below:
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'Grudge Match' trailer: De Niro and Stallone star in 'Rocky vs. Raging Bull'

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In the grand tradition of King Kong vs. Godzilla, Freddy vs. Jason, and Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein comes Grudge Match, a movie starring Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone as aging stars reliving old glories in order to make a quick buck for the amusement of the nostalgia-drenched masses. Stallone and De Niro play former boxers who hate each other, and who decide to come out of retirement for one last fight. The trailer involves De Niro and Stallone fighting each other while wearing green performance-capture suits for a videogame, and also features a terrifying digital youth-clone of Sylvester Stallone circa the early ’80s. The film also lets Kevin Hart and Alan Arkin throw joke insults at each other. (I know, finally, right?) Watch the trailer: READ FULL STORY

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