Posts Tagged ‘This is it’
  • This Is It Five Day Results
    Posted November 1st, 2009 at 10:43 am 2 Comments
    The five day estimates are in for This Is It and the disappointing performance at the box office continues. After opening with only the 7.4 million from the opening day which included Tuesday night showings, the estimate for the five day period is 32.4 million. The movie collected a decent but unspectacular 21.3 million over the weekend. Worldwide the film has proven more successful pulling in 101 million since release. That is not anywhere near the 250 million predicted by AEG but still ...
  • Box Office Predictions: This Is It
    Posted October 27th, 2009 at 11:39 am 2 Comments
    The documentary about the final months and days of Michael Jackson's life, featuring footage of preparation for the concert tour he was planning, arrives in theaters tomorrow. In some places the movie begins showing at 9pm tonight. This Is It will only be in theaters for a limited two week run before moving on to DVD and Blu-ray in December. There have been rumors though that the theater run will be extended or it will have a second engagement down the line if it does as well as expected. ...
  • Two New “This Is It” Clips
    Posted October 21st, 2009 at 3:20 pm 3 Comments
    Yahoo! has posted two new clips from Michael Jackson's This Is It. The documentary shows us how he prepared for his series of sold-out shows in London just before his death. The film is scheduled to release this week. As reported a previously, hundreds of screenings in North America have already sold out, a month prior to this Friday's release. (more…)...
  • ‘Michael Jackson’s This Is It’ Ticket Sales Break International Records
    Posted September 29th, 2009 at 7:17 pm 20 Comments
    "Michael Jackson's This Is It," has broken advance ticket sales records for a movie. According to Reuters, hundreds of screenings in North America have already sold out, a month before the film's October 28 opening. Proving that even in death, MJ is still one of the biggest superstars on the planet. Cities with particularly strong sales include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston and New York, said Sony Pictures Entertainment, the division of Sony Co that produced the film from "High Schoo...