It’s the beginning of another week, friends! Movies debuted this weekend, and I gave you the lowdown on how they would do. How close did I come?
Welcome to an all-new DIB? for this clear evening! Away we go!
College Road Trip: Raven Symoné has literally grown up before the world’s eyes, and in this film, she’s checking out colleges! Memories! You can imagine that if Martin Lawrence was your dad and Donny Osmond was riding shotgun, it would get a little bit crazy!
Will It Bomb? Tweens rejoice! You have a new film! I don’t see anything that could wage a good battle against this market, so it’ll probably get in the lower end of the Top 10.
Did It Bomb? Oops! I should have guessed that this would bring in more! This ended up at the #2 position, earning a tidy $14 million.
Outcome: Strike! 0 out of 4
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (Limited Release): Without much makeup on and pulling out a pretty impressive British accent, Frances McDormand is out of one job taking care of kids, but ends up taking care of an adult! Amy Adams is a struggling actress who needs a little guidance in her life, so one helps the other!
Will It Bomb? We’ve missed you, Frances! Since she’s been out of the limelight for a bit, this should bring in some money in its stint in Limited Release.
Did It Bomb? With over 530 theaters screening this, it brought in a good chunk! $2.5 million, to be exact!
Outcome! Strike! 0 out of 4
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- March 12, 2008
- 10000 bc, Amy Adams, college road trip, Did It Bomb?, donny osmond, frances mcdormand, Jason Statham, martin lawrence, miss pettigrew lives for a day, omar sharif, raven symone, the bank job