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Mack Chico


2011/03/07 at 12:00am

‘Rango’ is #1 at the box office

'Rango' is #1 at the box office

Paramount Pictures’ Rango easily commanded the North American box office this weekend as the Johnny Depp-voiced feature easily beat out three other newcomers: the Matt Damon and Emily Blunt romantic fantasy The Adjustment Bureau, the Alex Pettyfer and Vanessa Hudgens Beauty and the Beast reimagining Beastly, and the Topher Grace ’80s laffer Take Me Home Tonight.


The nowadays rare 2D computer-animated feature was directed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean) and also features the voice talents of Ilsa Fisher, Bill Nighy, Ned Beatty and Abigail Breslin. The wild, at times just plain weird PG-rated comedy was a hit with critics.

Here are the top 10 films of the week according to ticket sales:

1. ‘Rango, 38.0 million dollars.
2. The Adjustment Bureau, $ 20.9 million.
3. Beastly, $ 10.1 million.
4. Hall Pass, $ 9.0 million.
5. Gnomeo and Juliet, $ 6.9 million.
6. ‘Unknown, $ 6.6 million.
7. The King‘s Speech, $ 6.5 million.
8. Just Go With It, $ 6.5 million.
9. I Am Number Four, $ 5.7 million.
10. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, $ 4.3 million.

Mack Chico


2009/04/22 at 12:00am

Vanessa Hudgens will star in ‘Beastly’

Vanessa Hudgens will star in 'Beastly'

CBS Films has tapped Vanessa Hudgens to topline teen romancer “Beastly,” with Susan Cartsonis producing via her Storefront Films shingle.

Daniel Barnz is directing from his own script, centering on an arrogant 17-year-old who’s hideously transformed in order to find true romance.

Story’s based on Alex Flinn’s fantasy novel, a retelling of “Beauty and the Beast” set in modern-day New York. CBS acquired feature rights to “Beastly” in late 2007 as one of its first projects.

Hudgens, last seen in “High School Musical 3: Senior year,” is also set for Zack Snyder’s fantasy-drama “Sucker Punch.”

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