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The Comic

The Comic
Directed by
Carl Reiner
Dick Van Dyke
Michele Lee
Cornel Wilde
Nina Wayne
Pert Kelton
Steve Allen
Barbara Heller
Ed Peck
Jeannine Riley
Gavin MacLeod
Jay Novello
Craig Huebing
Paulene Myers
Fritz Feld
Jerome Cowan
Isabel Sanford
Jeff Donnell
Carl Reiner
Frank Adamo
Lillian Adams
Priscilla Ann
Robert Ball
Rex Benson
Mel Berger
Jack Berle
Frank Biro
William Boyce
Peter Brocco
Linda Burton
Patrick Campbell
Calvin Coolidge
Suzanne Covington
Billy Curtis
Maurice Dallimore
Howard Dayton
Luis Delgado
Peter Paul Eastman
Joyce Easton
Geoff Edwards
Lynn Fields
Harry Fleer
Paul Frees
Sig Frohlich
Ben Frommer
Dee Gardner
Bobby Gilbert
The Great John L.
Clive Halliday
Alvin Hammer
Carter Harbaugh
Andre Hemmers
Brick Huston
Scott James
Stardedt Kaava
Lou Kane
Suzie Kaye
Kenner G. Kemp
Walter Kightly
Marilyn Malloy
Frank Mathias
Kres Mersky
Celeste Michaels
Mantan Moreland
Howard Morris
Ottola Nesmith
William H. O'Brien
Angel Pine
Ward Ramsey
Bob Rhodes
Christopher Ross
Mark Russell
Cosmo Sardo
Joe Sawyers
Jeffrey Sayre
Johnny Silver
Ralph Smiley
Irene Tedrow
Viki Vigen
Johnny Weissmuller
Jean Willes
Dick Winslow
Bill Zuckert

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20th January 2019

All change for another weekend at the US box office as M. Night Shyamalan new film Glass takes over with one of the directors best openings.

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Despite being a celebrated director M. Night Shyamalan hasn't had the easiest of times with his movies, but last year he hit the big time again with Split and now he hits the top with a sequel or sorts.

The film makes its debut at number 1 knocking The Upside off with $40.5 million, which is a touch above Split's debut.

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Falling to number 2 this week after a single week at the top the comedy drama takes $15.6 million to boost its total to $43.9 million after 2 weekends.


Still riding high this week is the DC Universe movie which has turned into the biggest grossing movie from the comic book series.

The film takes $10.3 million this week which pushes its US total past the $300 million mark to $304.3 million.

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The smash hit animation goes wider this week and goes to number 4 with a $8.7 million weekend which brings its total US gross to $19.5 million.

Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse

The Animated film from Sony continues its incredible run on the box office sitting at number 5 this week with $7.25 million which brings its total US gross to $158.2 million.

3rd January 2016

2015 proves to be a big year for films, with some genuinely great movies, The Force Awakens proved to be better than expected while Spectre proved to be not as good as Skyfall.

Looking at the films coming out in 2016 one thing for sure that I notice, although there are some big films this early in the year I'm not as excited as I was this time last year.

I've missed out some big films here, mainly because they are just another superhero movie, or just another comedy, the 10 film here are the films us here at 25thframe.co.uk are most excited about.

  1. Star Wars Rogue One
  2. After 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens we were all really excited for the Star Wars universe again and although Disney are taking a big risk by producing what is essentially a prequel to the original film, and sequel to Revenge of the Sith, this should be excellent even if it has an ounce of the greatness of The Force Awakens.

  3. Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice
  4. We loved The Man of Steel, and this pairing, and start of The League of Justice is something to look forward to, the trailer look great so we should be in for a great film.

  5. Ghostbusters
  6. The original is still one of our all time favourite movies, McCarthy as a leading lady is a joy to watch and will be great with a proton pack, Paul Feig (director) just needs to do a really good job of directing, we have full faith in him!

  7. Suicide Squad
  8. The first trailer got us really pumped for this, if the final product is as crazy as the comic book and the promise this could be one to look out for.

  9. The Hateful Eight
  10. Tarantino back in the Western arena, his early career promised more than his latter career has delivered but he is still one of the few directors that can make us want to see a film.

  11. How to Be Single
  12. We are always up for a laugh and female led comedies are the flavour of the time, We loved both Pitch Perfect films and Rebel Wilson is always good for a laugh, Dakota Johnson won us over in Fifty Shades of Grey.

  13. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
  14. Not a massive Harry Potter fans here, but we are intrigued by the universe, the rides and areas at Universal Theme Parks in Florida are amazing and thats the feeling we had when watching the trailer.

  15. Finding Dory
  16. Finding Nemo is the greatest Pixar film to date, so can this go wrong? The idea and the teaser don't do it for us so were scared!

  17. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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  19. Dads Army
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Let us know what you think of the list and what your looking forward to in 2016.

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It was announced back in September 2013 that the Harry Potter universe book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them would be turned into a movie. The book which was released in 2001 was a special paperback that went on sale to benefit the Comic Relief charity.

The book first appears in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone as one of Harry's required books for study, it is supposedly written by magizoologist Newt Scamander and based 70 years before the events of the Harry Potter series so unless it is done in some sort of narrative fashion it's unlikely that Potter and the gang will appear.

J.K. Rowling, although overseeing the mega successful Potter series of films didn't write any of the screen plays, but she has done for this, and as this New York Times article points out, it was a favour for CEO Kevin Tsujihara.

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As the keen eyed (or geek eyes?) among you will realise this is the name of the comic strip, and taking a look at the new image of Spider-Man you will see that just maybe this new film is taking a more comic book approach to the franchise, and perhaps a darker tone as well.

So we have a title and new still, so roll on next July when we'll find out if Andrew Garfield is any good as Spidey and the mass comparisons between him and Maguire will start in earnest.

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