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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Jom TenGOk WaYaNG.. Hohoho..

Bang.. jom tengok wayang.. citer AVATAR eak.. hehehe.. again It's all be on me.. :P Bukan per sekali sekala release tension.. rilekskan minda dari dok pk masalah keje.. duit.. utang.. masalah DONiA yg tak pernah habis... (elok kita tengok wayang berdua dengan pasangan masing² (bagi yg dah kawen lar eak).. dating berdua nie merupakan terapi hubungan suami isteri yg cukup baikk... lalala.. jadi silakan lar ajak laki masing² kuar² dating.. ke maner pon boleh kalau pon tak minat tgk wayang.. bukan buat wayang tau) hahaha...

Nie haaa.. walaupon aku nie tidak lar merupakan org yg advance.. terkini dan sensasi dari segala segi.. tapi aku nak lar jugak tgk citer nie kan... nak tgk keBESTan nyer yg dicanang di sana sinie.. ohhhh... dgr citer dorang amik maser yg lamer nak siapkan felllem nie... Nieh.. kita tgk apa kata
Cik Wiki.. kat bawah nie..


Avatar is a 2009 American science fiction epic film written and directed by James Cameron and starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez and Stephen Lang. The film is set in the year 2154, when humans are engaged in mining reserves of a precious mineral called unobtanium on the lush moon Pandora of the Alpha Centauri star system. The colonists' expansion threatens the continued existence of the Na'vi, a race of humanoids indigenous to Pandora, as well as the moon's ecosystem. The film's title refers to the genetically engineered Na'vi bodies used by several human characters to interact with the natives of Pandora.

Development on Avatar began in 1994, when Cameron wrote an 80-page scriptment for the film. Filming was supposed to take place after the completion of Cameron's previous film Titanic, for a planned release in 1999, but according to Cameron, the technology was not yet available to portray his vision of the film. Work on the language for the film's extraterrestrial race began in summer 2005, and Cameron began developing the script and fictional universe in early 2006.

The film was released in traditional 2-D, as well as in 3-D, using the RealD 3D, Dolby 3D, and IMAX 3D formats. Avatar is officially budgeted at $237 million; other estimates put the cost at $280–310 million to produce and $150 million for marketing. The film is being touted as a breakthrough in terms of filmmaking technology, for its development of 3D viewing and stereoscopic filmmaking with cameras that were specially designed for the film's production.

Avatar premiered in London on December 10, 2009, and was released internationally on December 16, 2009, and in North America on December 18, 2009, to critical acclaim and commercial success. The film broke several box office records during its release and became the highest-grossing film of all time, surpassing Titanic. (Avatar is the twenty-sixth highest-grossing film in North America once adjusted for inflation.) Due to the film's success, Cameron confirmed that there will be a sequel.

Yang nie laks kata dari
En. Mojo berkenaan kehebatan cerita nieh yg telah berjaya mencantas kedudukan teratas ranking dunia yg dah bertahan selama 13 tahun.. iaitu fellem Titanic.. wowww... dasat ehhh.. jom bacer!


Avatar kept trucking over the weekend, boasting not only the biggest gross by far but also the smallest decline among nationwide releases. James Cameron's juggernaut calmed by just 18 percent, which was almost as small as Titanic at the same point. Raking in $34.9 million, Avatar broke the record for sixth weekend gross formerly held by Titanic's $25.2 million (though Titanic retains the crown in terms of estimated attendance).

On Saturday, its 37th day, Avatar surpassed The Dark Knight's $533.3 million total to become the second highest-grossing movie of all time, though, in terms of attendance, it likely hasn't yet cracked the Top 50. At its current trajectory, Avatar will exceed Titanic's $600.8 million total within two weeks. In 38 days, Avatar's tally stands at $551.7 million, 80 percent of which from 3D presentations (including 16 percent from IMAX venues alone).

Overseas, Avatar had another $100 million plus gross, easing just 16 percent from holdovers alone and setting a new sixth week benchmark. On Saturday, it laid claim to a record that was once deemed unobtainable: biggest foreign gross ever, eclipsing Titanic's $1.24 billion. Through Sunday, Avatar has tallied nearly $1.29 billion. Italy was its top market of the week with $13.3 million (down only eight percent), while China was second with $12.5 million (off 31 percent for a record-breaking $103.1 million total), despite the communist government stripping it of its 2D screens, and France was third with $10 million (down ten percent). Worldwide, Avatar is a smidgen behind Titanic's $1.84 billion and will handily achieve the top spot on Monday.

Back to domestic, two movies about winged men, Legion (2010) and The Tooth Fairy, and medical drama Extraordinary Measures debuted to mixed results. Unleashed on approximately 2,900 screens at 2,476 sites, Legion drew $17.5 million, good for second place but about average compared to other siege/survival horrors or biblical thrillers. The start was effectively the same as 30 Days of Night, Max Payne, Pitch Black and Demon Knight in terms of attendance. While Paul Bettany's angel character was the centerpiece of the poster, Legion's main selling point was taking seemingly innocent people, like a grandma, an ice cream man or a child, and then having them turn demonic, stretching and contorting their bodies in creepy ways a la the advertising for movies like The Unborn (2009), Boogeyman and others. Distributor Sony Pictures' exit polling indicated that 58 percent of the audience was male and 54 percent was over 25 years old.

The Tooth Fairy extracted $14 million on around 3,700 screens at 3,344 sites, which was significantly less than the openings for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's previous family movies The Game Plan and Race to Witch Mountain. It was also below par in relation to similar movies and about the same as College Road Trip. Tooth's decay can be attributed to a premise that was like The Santa Clause movies, only centering on a far less popular character and without that franchise's relatable family appeal and connection to reality. Tooth's advertising amounted to a bunch of incongruous gags related to the one joke of seeing big guy Rock in wings (though no tutu), which one can gleam from the poster. Mitigating the opening is that Tooth is likely to hold up better than Legion and others due to its family target. Distributor 20th Century Fox's research showed that 75 percent of the audience was parents and their children and 60 percent was female.

Extraordinary Measures made $6 million at 2,549 sites, which was less than half of My Sister's Keeper's debut and less attended than the other medically-related Measures movies, Extreme Measures and Desperate Measures. Extraordinary's marketing was star struck, including a nondescript poster featuring overlapping images of actors Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser, but made the bigger mistake of sending mixed messages: some ads tried to sell the picture as a medical thriller, while others as an inspirational drama (one ad tried to associate it with The Blind Side), most of which were vague to boot. The trailers and television spots focused on Harrison Ford, and very little on top-billed Brendan Fraser, all the while presenting a television movie aesthetic with a forced attempt to gussy up the proceedings with golden, sparkling title card graphics. According to distributor CBS Films (Measures is their debut release), 80 percent of the audience was aged 35 years and older and 59 percent was male.

Meanwhile, The Book of Eli retreated 52 percent to $15.7 million, lifting its total to $60.7 million in ten days, and The Lovely Bones and The Spy Next Door had over 50 percent drop-offs as well. There were relatively minimal drops again for It's Complicated, The Blind Side and Up in the Air, while Sherlock Holmes had its best hold yet.

In other milestone news, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel crossed the $200 million mark in 32 days, which was faster than the previous Chipmunks movie's 43 days.


5 comments:

ita cutevirus said...

issshh... terasa nak gi dating la plak pas baca n3 nieh.. adesss...

**bang!! jom tgk adnan sempit** eheheheh...

aiDieNa said...

Haha.. dating.. jangan tak dating.. best ker citer Adnan Sempit tuh??

~aSHa~ said...

sy dah tgk dan dating tgk AVATAR...sgt best....aritu pun dah buat entry ttg avatar...bestttttttt

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