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Crazy

Crazy

Directed by

Rick Bieber

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Waylon Payne
Lane Garrison
Scott Michael Campbell
David Conrad
John Fleck
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Year: 2008

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Jon M. Chu

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No release date or cast has been given yet, and with COVID still a global issue it could be a couple of years before we see it, IMDB are showing a 22nd December 2021 which seems a but tight, maybe 2022 seems more likely?

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The Chinese film The Wandering Earth keeps hold of the global box office for a second weekend with Alita: battle Angel showing good strength with its US release.

Alita: battle Angel

The Wandering Earth

Topping the global box office for a second weekend the Chinese hit takes $96.9 million from just 3 countries this weekend to boost its total global box office to an amazing $609.3 million.

Alita: Battle Angel

With its release in the US the manga live action movie from director Robert Rodriguez climbs to number 2 with a gross of $83.9 million from 86 countries.

the films total world gross now sits at $130 million.

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After entering at number 3 last weekend the brick movie remains in the same place this week with $33.3 million from 69 countries.

The films total gross is now $97 million after 2 weeks, it will hit $100 million by next weekend.

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This pushes the films total global gross to $318.4 million.

Pegasus

There is again a Chinese film to finish off the top 5 this week as the hit film takes $25.7 million from 6 countries to boosts its total cume to $238.4 million.

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The Wandering Earth

Opening in China to $172.2 million from 3 countries, the Chinese Sci-fi dominated the Chinese box office over the luna new year celebrations and hence dominated the global box office.

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The House With A Clock In Its Walls

Night School

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