Battle For Los Angeles

March 13, 2011 by Post Team 

esk Top\atmz\Battle For Los Angeles.jpgBattle For Los Angeles, It presents an epic battle between aliens and humans, but it turns out that the winner of the weekend will not be Aaron Eckhart or aliens, it faces in “Battle: Los Angeles, but a any other, the third fighter: the movie itself.

Led by a cast of stars headlined the “Thank You For Smoking” star “Battle: Los Angeles topped all comers in the office on Friday night club with 13.5 million and estimated 3417 rooms. The surprise story of a war conducted by outsiders to control the Earth, the film should eek out some and 40 for the weekend and another number one opening for the star of “The Dark Knight” in his first return to the big budget action.

The secret of success of the film? Do not treat an alien invasion movie as an alien invasion film, director Jonathan Liebesman told MTV News.

“This is a film more down and dirty foreigner,” said Liebesman. “Its like ['Bourne Supremacy' director] Paul Greengrass has a camera, saw strangers, and he shot from the point of for a platoon. It’s literally as “Black Hawk Down,” if there were any foreigners there. As pictures war in Iraq, but with foreigners to run. ”

You would be forgiven, meanwhile, said the film for the second place, “My, what big bully you,” as the brothers Grimm by Stephanie Meyer revisionist fairy tale “Red Riding Hood” fear up to 5 7 million and get its way up. The Catherine Hardwicke directed and Amanda Seyfried film starring may appear similar to small movie Kristen Stewart, but that does not mean it is fair to “Twilight” with a cape, Seyfried told MTV.

“It’s a disappointment that this is what happens,” we said Seyfried. “I mean, it does around a young girl coming of age in a love triangle, but a lot of movies. The truth is that it’s a totally different story.”

Thirdly, the winner last weekend “Rango” achieved a very healthy .5 million. The film starring Johnny Depp on a chameleon that is the head of a small desert town as a sheriff must bring his total to around 70 million and nearly weekend.

Fourth, “The Adjustment Board” with Matt Damon and Emily Blunt and managed a .4 million Friday.

The biggest disappointment of the week was “Mars Needs Moms,” the latest animated film from Disney. With the motion capture technology, based on a story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Berkeley breathed, the film would have succeeded only costly and 1.8 million Friday and a fifth place.

Among the other films, “Beastly” marked and 1.6 million for sixth place, while “Just Go With It” managed an eighth place and $ 1.2 million. The comedy of Adam Sandler leads must pass and 100 million by early next week.

To complete the rest of the top ten “Hall Pass” and won .5 million to come in seventh place, “The King’s Speech” and grabbed one million to finish ninth, and “unknown” and left with 975,000 in the land in the tenth.

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