So, finally, I was able to add screen captures of ‘Two If By Sea‘, a 1996 film directed by Bill Bennett, and starring Sandy and Denis Leary. You’ll find over 800 HD screen captures of a blondie and adorable Sandra Bullock in the gallery. Enjoy:
Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity continues to fly high, crossing the $500 million mark at the worldwide box office over the weekend.
The 3D space epic, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, has now grossed $240.6 million domestically and $274.3 million internationally for a global total of $515 million through Sunday.
From Warner Bros., Gravity has yet to open in China and Japan, and is expected to ultimately earn north of $600 million.
Despite blockbuster Thor: The Dark World, Gravity took in $18.5 million internationally over the weekend from 62 markets. Domestically, it placed No. 6 in its seventh weekend with $6.3 million.
Gravity is the No. 7 title of the year worldwide.
Overseas, France leads with $37.5 million, followed by Korea ($26.5 million), the U.K. ($23.2 million), Russia ($20.9 million) and Australia ($18.1 million). The movie has only been playing the U.K. for two weeks.
Internationally, Gravity has rolled out slowly, hoping to play off word of mouth. The strategy has paid off in a big way for WB.
Space thriller Gravity took £6.23 million on its opening weekend in Britain, it was announced today.
Starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock and produced in Britain, it has already taken $470 million (£300 million) at the box office worldwide.
The figures make it the best opening weekend in Britain for any Clooney film, beating Ocean’s Eleven which took £5 million. It was also the best for Bullock, beating The Proposal at £3.25 million.
Expectations for Gravity were high after a string of glowing reviews after it premiered at the London Film Festival last month.
Last Wednesday (November 7) Sandy attended a special screening of Gravity held by LA Times, and I have a few pictures up in the gallery:
The gallery was updated with some Gravity production stills and some behind-the-scenes photos as well.
The Heat was released in DVD/Blu-Ray last October 15 and screen captures are added in our gallery. Be sure to pick up your copy!