For those who can’t attend the 89th Academy Awards and happen to be outside the U.S. on Oscar Sunday, it can be difficult to figure out where to watch the awards show. More
12/10/2016 by PeekYou Team
Max Holloway v Anthony Pettis: Where to watch UFC 206, preview, betting odds and live streaming information
Source: Yahoo! News
Max Holloway and Anthony Pettis will face each for the catchweight fight at the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 206 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario on 10 December, Saturday.
Where to watch live
The Main Card event starts at 3am GMT (Sunday UK time). Coverage of the fight is on BT Sport 1. Live streaming of the link is available on the UFC’s official website and the fight can be streamed on the web using UFC’s Fight Pass for Early Prelims and Main Event. The fight between Max Holloway v Anthony Pettis is set to start at 5am GMT (Sunday UK time).
The main event at UFC 206 was scheduled between Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson, where the pair was set for a rematch. The 37-year-old won the vacant lightweight championship at UFC 187 last May and “DC” was set to defend his…
12/01/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Max Evry / Source: ComingSoon.net
Fantastic Beasts box office crosses $500 million
On the heels of topping the box office in its opening weekend, the widely-acclaimed magical adventure Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them surpassed half a billion dollars at the global box office on Tuesday, November 29, following its second weekend in release. The Fantastic Beasts box office announcement was made today by Sue Kroll, President of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.
Audiences everywhere have flocked to theatres, eager to experience the new era in the wizarding world created by J.K. Rowling. To date, the film has earned $161 million domestically and $344 million internationally for a global box office cume of $505 million and counting.
In making the announcement, Kroll stated, “We are thrilled by the success of this new adventure, which is also the start of an exciting new franchise for the studio. With ‘Fantastic Beasts,’ the brilliant J.K. Rowling has created an immersive story with timeless themes that are resonating with both critics and audiences in every corner of the world. We congratulate her, our director David Yates, the wonderful cast and everyone involved in the film on this milestone.”
Jeff Goldstein, President, Domestic Distribution, said, “Anticipation grew exponentially in the weeks leading up to the release of ‘Fantastic Beasts,’ and now with the film in theaters we are seeing strong word of mouth and repeat attendance, which should carry the film…
11/28/2016 by PeekYou Team
Source: Entertainment Weekly’s EW.com
Though it than fellow Disney animation title , which also landed the day before Thanksgiving, Moana’s holiday gross falls around $13 million short of the Kristen Bell/Idina Menzel juggernaut’s $93.3 million take over the same frame in 2013. The film attracted a 55 percent female audience base to its 3,875 theaters and earned a stellar A grade on CinemaScore. Disney now occupies the top six slots among five-day Thanksgiving debuts and the top eight for the three-day post-Thanksgiving weekend.
Overseas, Moana earns $16.3 million from a handful of territories, including China, where it grossed $12.3 million for the weekend. Its global cumulative stands at an estimated $97.4 million.
Finishing in second place is the Warner Bros. Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which adds an estimated $45.1 million to its domestic total ($65.8 million for the five-day stretch). Its worldwide total now stands at $473.7 million.
At No. 3, Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange ropes in an additional $13.4 million, bringing its global total to an estimated $616 million — the ninth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to cross the $600 million mark.
The Brad Pitt/Marion Cotillard vehicle Allied finishes its first weekend in wide release at No. 4, amassing a so-so $13 million for the three-day weekend, and an estimated $18 million for the five-day, attracting almost an even split between genders (51 percent male, 49 percent female) and scoring a B from polled audiences on CinemaScore. The $85 million picture also opened in 23 international markets (34 percent…