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Has Brad Pitt ever been in Box Office Hit?  I’m hard pressed to think of one – besides the Oceans series.  Inglourious Basterds is on track to be the number one movie this weekend, pulling in an estimated $65.1 million worldwide and $37.6 million in the US.  Not bad numbers at all for a film that didn’t have a huge marketing push. Quentin can buy himself a lot of crack with that money. Last weekend’s top film in North America, TriStar Pictures sci-fi thriller “District 9,” slipped to No. 2 with $18.9 million. After 10 days, the Peter Jackson-produced film has earned $73.5 million and “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” was also down one to No. 3, with $12.5 million. The three-week haul for the action movie stands at $120.5 million. Which reminds me I still have to post my Ray Park interview.

3 thoughts on “MOVIE NEWS: Brad Pitt proves Celebrity Still matters, Inglourious Basterds a Hit!”

  1. "Inglourious Basterds" is a World War 2 fantasy made up of "five chapters". Primary story is revenge for the murder of one's family. Lots of intense violence, loads of bullets & gore, and much overacting.

    GRADE = "B"

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