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Breaking In

Breaking In
Directed by
James McTeigue
Gabrielle Union
Billy Burke
Richard Cabral
Ajiona Alexus
Levi Meaden
Seth Carr
Mark Furze
Jason George
Christa Miller
Damien Leake

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If a 'Breaking Bad' movie happens, I would love to do it: Aaron Paul  Economic Times

Paul refrained from confirming whether he was involved in the project.

Wed, 20th March 2019

Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul teases Jesse Pinkman's involvement in the spin-off movie  DigitalSpy.com

Aaron Paul has teased whether or not Jesse Pinkman will return for the Breaking Bad movie, which will air on Netflix and is rumoured to be titled Greenbier.

Mon, 18th March 2019

John Hickenlooper explains why he went to see an X-rated movie with his mother  CNN

John Hickenlooper, the former Democratic governor of Colorado who is running for president, went into great detail on Wednesday evening explaining the time ...

Thu, 21st March 2019

Shocking moment brazen thieves film themselves breaking into safes 'stuffed' with gold and cash  Daily Mail

Footage, believed to have been filmed in Greater Manchester, shows a number of people rifle through a storage box filled with what is thought to be Asian gold.

Thu, 21st March 2019

Aaron Paul says ‘Breaking Bad’ movie has to star Jesse: “I would love to do it”  NME Live

Aaron Paul has addressed the rumoured Breaking Bad movie, telling fans that he'd “love to do it”. The actor starred as Jesse Pinkman in the award-winning ...

Sun, 17th March 2019

Nickelodeon at 40: Breaking Down the Big Hits From ‘Dora’ to ‘SpongeBob’  Variety

Variety breaks down some of the network's most important titles to date.

Wed, 20th March 2019

15th May 2018

For perhaps the last weekend Avengers Infinity War continues its reign at the top of the US box office now on its 3rd weekend of release.

Life of The PartyWith a $61.8 million weekend take this brings the film total US gross to a staggering $547 million in less than 21 days.

Highest new film of the week is the Mellisa McCarthy comedy Life Of The Party which enters the box office at number 2 with a gross of $18.5 million.

Also new at number 3 is Breaking In which takes $16.5 million over the weekend.

To finish off the weekend we have Overboard with $10.1 million at number 4 and A Quiet Place at number 5 with $6.4 million, this brings the films total US gross to $169.5 million.

11th December 2009

A film which is possibly the most anticipated of the year, maybe not because of the film but the maker involved, had its London premiere Thursday night which was attended by stars and Director.

The film, Cameron's first since the multi award winning Titanic, which is still the highest grossing film of all time 12 years later, is a fantasy adventure set in another world and boast reportedly the best use of 3D in cinema yet.

Some critics have been hard on the film but many reviews have been very positive, Steven Spielberg himself even piping in to say he thought it was one of the most exciting films he'd seen since he saw Star Wars back in 1977. In an interview with MTV Cameron revealed that his next film would be a remake of the Classic film Fantastic Voyage. The story is of a group of doctors who are shrunk and injected into a shot diplomat to heal him from the inside before he dies. The film was in 1966 quite ground breaking in its special effects, and is also one of my favourite films.

Cameron did state that he will probably not direct the film and just produce but it would use much of the technology that he invented for Avatar, and it's a sure fire bet it will be in 3D.

Do you think this will be a worthwhile remake?

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Breaking In

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Breaking In

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: China

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Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 3

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