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  1. 'The Break-Up Man' Tops 'The Hobbit' at German Box Office

    11:54 am PST 01/14/2013
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    The comedy from actor/director Matthias Schweighofer ends the German box office reign of "The Hobbit." READ MORE

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  2. Foreign Box Office: 'Life of Pi' Repeats as No. 1; 'Hobbit' Cracks $600 Million Overseas

    2:03 pm PST 01/13/2013
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    "Les Miserables" sets records in the U.K. as "Gangster Squad" kicks off its international run. READ MORE

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  3. 'Break-Up Man' Set to Topple 'The Hobbit' in Germany

    1:37 am PST 01/11/2013
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    The romantic comedy from Matthias Schweighofer is on track to be Germany's number one film this weekend. READ MORE

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  4. How Harvey Weinstein Stands to Make Millions From 'The Hobbit'

    8:00 am PST 01/09/2013
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    THR breaks down the contracts as two studios, Peter Jackson and others reap millions from Middle Earth. READ MORE

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  5. Cinema Audio Society Nominations Announced

    5:30 am PST 01/08/2013
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    "The Hobbit," "Les Miserables," "Lincoln," "Skyfall" and "Zero Dark Thirty" will vie for outstanding achievement in sound mixing in the live-action film category. READ MORE

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  6. 'Hobbit' Leads Visual Effects Society Feature Nominations With 7

    8:00 am PST 01/07/2013
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    "Life of Pi" and "Avengers" are close behind with six each; "ParaNorman" leads the pack of animated features with five noms. READ MORE

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  7. Box Office Milestone: 'Life of Pi' Crosses $300 Mil Overseas, Nears $400 Mil Worldwide

    1:41 pm PST 01/06/2013
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    The fantasy-adventure grosses $59.3 million internationally for the weekend to edge past "The Hobbit"; Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" makes its first stop overseas. READ MORE

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  8. Europe Divided: How Hollywood Hurts When Struggling South Drags Down Booming North (Analysis)

    9:00 am PST 01/04/2013
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    The economic implosion in Spain, Italy and Greece is negating entertainment inroads in Russia, the Netherlands and Scandinavia as a "perfect storm" of problems has the U.S. feeling pain. READ MORE

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  9. German Box Office Hits All-Time Record in 2012

    2:38 am PST 01/04/2013
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    "Skyfall," "The Hobbit" and French comedy "The Intouchables" push German ticket revenues past $1.3 billion for the year. READ MORE

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  10. Box Office Report: 'Django' Beats 'Hobbit' for No. 1 Wednesday, Sets Up Close Weekend

    3:43 pm PST 01/03/2013
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    "Texas Chainsaw 3D" opens Friday as the Matt Damon-John Krasinski drama "Promised Land" expands nationwide. READ MORE

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  11. Holiday Box Office: 'Django' Almost Catches Up With 'Hobbit' on New Year's Day

    9:33 am PST 01/02/2013
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    The two films -- along with "Les Miserables" -- have been the big holiday winners at the multiplex continues to dominate at the art house. READ MORE

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  12. Foreign Box Office: 'Hobbit' Remains No. 1 Overseas; Approaching Half-Billion Mark

    1:28 pm PST 12/30/2012
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    "Parental Guidance" off to spiffy start in seven markets. Hollywood majors fail to achieve benchmark but Sony and Universal set company records. READ MORE

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  13. Holiday Box Office: 'Hobbit' No. 1 With $32.9 Mil; 'Django' Easily Beats 'Les Mis' for No. 2

    9:19 am PST 12/30/2012
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    The final weekend of 2012 caps a record year at the North American box office, with revenue hitting an all-time high of $10.8 billion and attendance up 6 percent over last year. READ MORE

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  14. Holiday Box Office: 'Django' Narrowly Beats 'Les Mis' on Friday; 'Hobbit' Still No. 1

    7:19 am PST 12/29/2012
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    UPDATED: Hollywood is hoping for a final burst of moviegoing as 2012 winds down; Matt Damon-John Krasinski drama "Promised Land" off to troubled start at the specialty box office. READ MORE

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  15. Holiday Box Office: 'The Hobbit' Reclaims No. 1 Spot With $10.1 Mil, 'Les Mis' No. 2

    9:58 am PST 12/28/2012
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    UPDATED: Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" earns another $26 million internationally, pushing its worldwide cume to $562.8 million; Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" holds steady at No. 3 in North America. READ MORE

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  16. Australian Box Office: 'The Hobbit' Bows Wednesday to Record $6.1 Million

    11:19 am PST 12/27/2012
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    UPDATED: Peter Jackson's fantasy-epic crosses $500 million globally, reaching $523.7 million in ticket sales; "Les Miserables" also opens Wednesday in Australia, breaking records for a musical. READ MORE

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  17. Holiday Box Office: 'Les Miserables' Tops Wednesday With $12.2 Million

    9:38 am PST 12/27/2012
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    Moviegoing falls 23 percent from Christmas Day; "Django Unchained" comes in No. 3 behind "Les Mis" and "The Hobbit." READ MORE

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  18. China's Record-Breaking 'Lost in Thailand' Prepares to Sink 'Titanic'

    9:42 am PST 12/26/2012
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    UPDATED: Now crowned the highest-grossing domestic release after the Christmas break, Xu Zheng’s romp could unseat James Cameron as the country’s box-office champion in 2012. READ MORE

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  19. Foreign Box Office: 'The Hobbit' Holds No. 1 Overseas For Second Straight Weekend

    12:54 pm PST 12/23/2012
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    Openings in 35 markets push "Life of Pi" to second place; "Jack Reacher," "Les Misérables" and "This Is 40" undertake limited foreign starts. READ MORE

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  20. Box Office Report: 'The Hobbit' Overshadows New Movies From Tom Cruise, Judd Apatow, Barbra Streisand

    10:14 am PST 12/23/2012
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    Kathryn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden pic "Zero Dark Thirty" packs houses in its exclusive launch. READ MORE

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  21. Holiday Box Office: Tom Cruise's 'Reacher,' Judd Apatow's 'This is 40' No Match For 'Hobbit'

    9:37 am PST 12/22/2012
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    The Barbra Streisand-Seth Rogen comedy "The Guilt Trip" still faltering; at the specialty box office, Kathryn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden pic "Zero Dark Thirty" continues to impress. READ MORE

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