“Ride Along,” the buddy comedy with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, led the U.S. and Canadian box office for a third weekend, collecting $12 million in sales for Universal Pictures on the usually slow Super Bowl weekend.
“Ride Along,” the buddy comedy with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, led the U.S. and Canadian box office for a third weekend, collecting $12.3 million in sales for Universal Pictures on the traditionally slow Super Bowl weekend.
The 10th annual Tribeca Film Institute Inc. benefit last night began with a screening of “New Year’s Eve” at the Ziegfeld Theatre and ended in the ballroom of the Hilton New York, where guests mingled with stars around replicas of the Times Square New Year’s Eve ball.
George Clooney and Sandra Bullock get stranded in outer space, Scarlett Johansson stalks male hitchhikers, and Zac Efron treats wounded President John F. Kennedy in movies premiering at the Venice Film Festival.
The comedy “Think Like a Man” was the No. 1 weekend film at theaters in the U.S. and Canada with $33.6 million in ticket sales for Sony Corp., ending a four-week run in first place for “The Hunger Games.”