The Hobbit Still Ruling the Movie Wars
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – That small Hobbit is standing tall for a third straight week atop the box office.
It’s been a wild ride for Bilbo Baggins…
The latest Hobbit film, “The Battle of the Five Armies,” has collected more than $21 million in ticket sales this weekend. The domestic total now stands at more than $220 million.
Five great armies go to war in Middle-earth — and the dwarves must face the consequence of releasing the terrifying dragon Smaug.
Disney’s “Into the Woods” charms its way to second place with $19.1 million in ticket sales.
It’s an adaptation of a Broadway musical that puts a spin on children’s fairy tales.
An all-star cast is thrust into the woods, including Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt and Johnny Depp.
The real-life story of Louis Zamperini’s two years as a POW in Japan is making headlines again.
Director Angelina Jolie found his story fascinating — weaving themes of survival, faith and forgiveness into the film aptly titled “Unbroken.”