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Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 reportes in Nigeria

Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 have been reported; 70 in Lagos 7 in FCT 3 in Katsina 3 in Akwa Ibom 1 in Jigawa 1 in Bauchi 1 in Borno As at 11:50 pm 19th April there are 627 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. Discharged: 170 Deaths: 21

The Avengers Becomes Third Highest Grossing Film of all Time

  "The Avengers" has become the third highest-grossing film in box office history, behind "Avatar" and "Titanic.     " The Walt Disney Studios high-thrills action adventure made in collaboration with Marvel comics earned $7 million over the weekend, for a total of $598 million since its release in early May. And it has crossed the $600 million US box office threshold on Tuesday,disney said in a statement.    The Movie has grossed $1,438.3 million worldwide "The Avengers" starring Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Downey Jr, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo was made for an estimated $220 million The two greatest money-making movies were Canadian James Cameron's "Avatar" ($2.78 billion) and his "Titanic" ($2.19 billion).

Disney's Animated Movie 'Brave' Tops Weekend Box Office

        Animated family movie " Brave, " about a rebellious Scottish princess, rode to the top of the weekend box office charts iwith $66.7 million in ticket sales.     "Brave," the new fairy tale from Walt Disney Co's Pixar studio, knocked another animated adventure, "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted," to second place with over $20 million after two weeks at No. 1. Taking the No. 3 slot, new thriller "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" brought in $16.5 million .   Fox 's Prometheus and universal's snow white and the huntsman completed the top five with $10million  and $8million  respectively. 

"Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" Tops Box Office For Second Week

The Smiths attend the premiere of Madagascar 3 premiere in New york           " Madagascar  3: Europe's Most Wanted " retained its crown as king of the  box office over the weekend.      For the second week running, the cartoon romp starring  Ben Stiller  that sees the animals rampage through  Europe  with the help of a run-down circus as they try to return to a New York zoo stayed at the top of the charts  The movie raked in $35.5 million over the weekend.     Ridley Scott 's hotly anticipated sci-fi adventure "Prometheus" remained in second place with $20.2 million, the box office tracker said, adding that the prequel to the "Alien" movies had now pocketed some $88.8 million. The duo's grip on the charts, saw "Rock of Ages" starring  Tom Cruise and many stars  enter at third place earning just $15 million on its opening weekend, despite weeks of pre-release publicity.      "Snow White and the Huntsman," starr

'Men In Black 3' Dethrone 'Avengers' at Box Office With $55M

    The third " Men in Black" alien action comedy has bumped the mighty " Avengers " from the top of movie box office charts.      "MIB 3", starring Will Smith, racked up $55 million from Friday through Sunday.The movie  is expected to haul in a global $202 million over the four-day holiday weekend, according to sony pictures.       It is the first "Men in Black" film to reach theaters in 10 years, and the best performing film since the franchise began in 1997.  Avengers took in $37 Million making it second after topping the Box office for three straight weekends.       Universal's "Battleship" was No. 3 in its second weekend with $10.8 million, . Paramount's comedy "The Dictator" took in $9.6 million to finish fourth in its second weekend. The Warner Bros. horror tale "Chernobyl Diaries" opened at No. 5 with $8 million.     In "MIB 3", Smith returns to his role as Agent J, half of a

'The Avengers' Tops Box Office For Third Straight Weekend

    Marvel’s The Avengers ”  has topped the box office for a third straight weekend. The superhero blockbuster took in $55.1 million to lead .    Battleship starring pop-star rihanna   which had high hopes of becoming a summer blockbuster could rake in  only $25.3 million this first weekend.   The dictator was at the third place with $17.4.Dark shadows and what to expect when you are expecting completed the top five with $12.7 and $10.5 respectively.     The Avengers” opened over the weekend of May 4 with a record $207.4 million in sales and set another record a week later with $103.2 million to cross the $1B mark, the most ever for a film in its second weekend.

'The Avengers' Hits $1 Billion Worldwide ,Tops Box office For Second Week

          'The Avengers' has topped the box office for a second straight weekend. The superhero blockbuster took in $103.2 million to lead .     The Avengers" lifted its international for a worldwide haul of just over $1 billion. The action smash from Disney's Marvel Studios easily fended off  Johnny Depp and Tim Burton's vampire romp "Dark Shadows," which had a domestic start of $28.8 million to finish second.      'Think like a man' and 'the hunger games' were third and fourth with $6.3 and $4.4 respectively.The lucky one completed the top five with $4M.

"Think Like a Man" Tops Box Office For the Second Week

  Romantic comedy "Think Like a Man" won the weekend box office race for a second straight weekend with $18 million      Think Like a Man," based on Steve Harvey's dating-advice best-seller features Michael Ealy, kevin hart  ,Taraji P. Henson and Gabrielle Union.    New animated movie "The Pirates! Band of Misfits" landed in the No. 2 spot with $11.4 million from Friday through Sunday. Third place belonged to love story "The Lucky One," which took in $11.3 million during its second weekend in theaters. The Hunger games and the five year engagement completed the top five with $11.25M and $11.16M respectively.

"21 Jump Street' Tops Weekend Box Office with $35M debut

                                            Ice Cube, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in 21 jump street     A comic spin on 1980s television hit "21 Jump Street" nabbed the No. 1 slot on North American movie box office charts over the weekend, beating forecasts and knocking two-time winner "The Lorax" to second place.   "Jump Street" locked up an estimated $35.0 million from Friday through Sunday while Dr.Seuss the lorax grossed $22.8million.John carter was sitting at the third position with $13.5M. TopTen Box office movies 1. "21 Jump Street," $35 million. 2. "Dr. Seuss' the Lorax," $22.8 million . 3. "John Carter," $13.5 million 4. "Project X," $4 million. 5. "A Thousand Words," $3.8 million. 6. "Act of Valor," $3.7 million. 7. "Safe House," $2.8 million . 8. "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," $2.5 million. 9. "Casa de mi Padre," $2.2 million. 10. "This

Dr. Seuss''The Lorax' Tops Weekend Box office

     The animated movie version of Dr. Seuss story "The Lorax" climbed to the top of weekend box office charts with a stronger-than-expected $70.7 million. "The Lorax" topped second-place film "Project X," a new comedy that brought in $20.8 million Last week Number one . "Act of Valor,"  in its second weekend in theaters, took third place with $13.7 million. TopTen Boxoffice Movies 1. "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," $70.7 million  2. "Project X," $20.8 million . 3. "Act of Valor," $13.7 million. 4. "Safe House," $7.2 million . 5. "Tyler Perry's Good Deeds," $7 million. 6. "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," $6.9 million . 7. "The Vow," $6.1 million . 8. "This Means War," $5.6 million . 9. "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance," $4.7 million. 10. "The Artist," $3.9 million 

Survival story 'The Grey' Tops Weekend Box Office

  Survival story" The Grey" starring Liam Neeson topped the weeked movie box office charts with an estimated $20 Million.     The Grey knocked last week chart topper , "Underworld: Awakening," to second place. The vampire and werewolf sequel starring Kate Beckinsale brought in $12.5 million from Friday through Sunday. New Katherine Heigl comedy "One for the Money" finished third with $11.8 million. TopTen BoxOffice Movies 1.The Grey -$20M 2.Underworld:Awakening-$12.5M 3.One for the Money-$11.8M 4.Red Tails-$10.4M 5.Man on a Ledge-$8.25M 6.Extremely Loud and incredibly close-$7.145 7.The Descendants -$6.55 8.Contraband -$6.5M 9.Beauty and the beast-$5.34M 10.Haywire-$4M

Vampire Movie Sequel 'UnderWorld Awakening' Tops Box Office With $25M

     New Entry ,the horror movie sequel “ Underworld Awakening” topped the box office chart this weekend. The Sony/Screen Gems release took in $25.4 to take the top slot.It  was followed by the World War II action drama “Red Tails” which brought in $19.1 million and last week chart topper 'Contraband' which brought in $12.2M respectively. TopTen Box office Movies 1.Underworld Awakening -$25.4M 2.Red Tails -$19.1M 3.Contraband -$12.2M 4.Extremely loud and incredibly close-$10.5M 5.Haywire -$9M 6.Beauty and the beast 3D- $8.5M 7.Joyful Noise -$6M 8.Mission :Impossible-Ghost Protocol-$5.5M 9.Sherlock Holmes:A Game of shadows-$4.8M 10.The Girl with the dragon tatto0 -$3.75M Check out Underworld Awakening Trailer

Contraband Tops Weekend Box Office With $24M-TopTen List

    Contraband took the top slot at the weekend box office. The Universal action drama featuring Mark Wahlberg took in $24 million to place first at the weekend box office  . The 3-D version of “Beauty and the Beast” by Disney took the second slot with $18.5 million while Tom Cruise's  Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” was at the third place with $11.5 million. Last week chart topper The Devils insider  was at the the sixth spot TopTen Box Office Movies 1.Contraband - $24.1M 2.Beauty and the Beast -$18.5M 3.Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol -$11.5M 4.Joyful Noise -$11.3M 5.Sherlock Holmes:A Game of shadows 6.The Devil Inside:$7.9M 7.The Girl with the dragon tatoo -$6.8M 8.Alvin and the chipmunks:Chipwrecked-$5.8M 9.War Horse :$5.6M 10.We bought a Zoo-$5.2M

'The Devil Inside' Tops Box Office With $34.5M

   The fright flick " The Devil Inside" scared up a monstrous $34.5 million opening weekend   to help Hollywood  exorcise its recent box-office demons.      The surprise hit from Paramount pictures  debuted well above industry expectations as horror fans crowded theaters for the low-budget tale about exorcists trying to free a woman possessed by evil spirits. Last week box chart topper Mission Impossible has been moved to second position with $20.5million and sherlock holmes at third position with $14.1M TopTen Movies 1.The Devil inside - $34.5M 2.Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol -$20.5M 3.Sherlock Holmes -$14.1M 4.The girl with the dragon tatoo -$11.3M 5.Alvin and the chipmunk -$9.5M 6.War Horse -$8.6M 7.We bought a zoo-$8.45M 8.TheAdventures of a Tintin -$6M 9.New Year's Eve -$3.63M 10.The Darkest Hour -$3.14M

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Tops Christmas Box Office With $26M

       Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol starring Tom cruise,paula patton, simon pegg, ving rhames ,Jeremy renner, and Anil kapoor tops box office chart over the christmas weekend with $26.5M moving last week chart topper Sherlock holmes:A game of shadows  that grossed  $17.8M to the second spot. See Top ten below TopTen Box office Movies 1.Mission Impossible 4:Ghost Protocol - $26.5M 2.Sherlock Holmes:A game of shadows -$17.8M 3.Alvin and the chipmunks -$13.3M 4.The Girl with the Dragon tatoo -$13M 5.The Adventures of Tintin -$9M 6.We Bought a zoo -$7.8M 7.New year's Eve -$3M 8.Arthus Christmas -$2.7M 9.The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn Part 1-$2.1M 10.Hugo -$2M © celebregion

The twilight saga-Breaking Dawn part 1 tops worldwide Box office with $283.5 Million

       The twilight saga  has staked out another huge opening with a $139.5 million first weekend domestically and a worldwide launch of $283.5 million.     The domestic total gives "The twilight saga-Breaking Dawn part 1 — Part 1" the second-best  debut weekend  for the franchise, after the $142.8 million launch for 2009's "The Twilight Saga: New Moon." The dancing penguin sequel "Happy Feet 2" stumbled in its debut, pulling in just $22 million over opening weekend making it number two on the chart. TOPTEN BOX OFFICE MOVIES 1.The twilight saga- Breaking Dawn part 1- $139,500,000 2.Happy feet two -$22,025,000 3.Immortals -$12,252,000 4. Jack and Jill-$12,000,000 5.Puss in boots -$10,725,000 6.Tower heist -$7,000,000 7.J.Edgar -$5,900,000 8.A very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas-$2,900,000 9.In time-$1,675,000 10.Paranormal activity -$1,000,000

New Hollywood Movie trailer;Texas Killing Fields

Storyline       Souder, a homicide detective in a small Texan town, and his partner, transplanted New York City cop Detective Heigh, track a sadistic serial killer dumping his victims' mutilated bodies in a nearby marsh locals call 'The Killing Fields'.

New Movie Trailer;Immortals

     From the producers of 300  ,here comes another movie "Immortals" that will shake the Box office come November 

Weekly Topten movies at the Box office - The Help tops the chart

     The Help starring emma stonee was at the second spot on the chart last week but it has risen to the top of the chart this week with $20.5 Million moving last week topper Rise of the planet of the Apes to the second spot.see the full chart below

Weekly Topten movies at the Box office - Thor tops the chart

C elebregion weekly topten movies at the box office is here , new entry Thor is number one this weekend  moving last week chart topper fast five to the second spot . see the full list below

New Movie Trailer ;Abduction starring Taylor Lautner

A bduction is a thriller that focuses on a youth (Taylor Lautner) who discovers the parents that raised him aren't his real folks, a revelation that triggers events and leaves him running for his life."