The fifth installment in Fox’s popular Ice Age franchise arrives in theaters this week, but this time around, there’s more to the adventure than the prehistoric antics of Manny, Sid, and Diego. In Ice Age: Collision Course, Manny’s daughter Peaches is set to wed her love Julian — despite an impending apocalypse — and to celebrate, we’ve got a gallery of the whole affair, from the engagement announcement to the wedding party. Oh, and lest we forget, you can also check out their official wedding pages on The Knot and Pinterest.


Fox’s got a new Ice Age and it’s set on collision course for theaters this Friday. Animation at the studio has weaved a winding line through Saturday morning cartoons, adult fare, and studio closures before lifting Fox as one of Hollywood’s major animated players decades later, alongside Disney/Pixar and Dreamworks. In this week’s gallery, we look at 24 films and TV shows highlighting the history of Fox Animation.

This week on home video, we’ve got the usual new releases (Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Orphan), a couple of underseen indies (Il Divo, Medicine for Melancholy) a couple of fun horror flicks (Fear(s) of the Dark, Night of the Creeps), and a couple of sci-fi fan favorites (Battlestar Galactica: The Plan, Stargate). Read on to find out about some new films and find out what the new DVD releases contain!



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Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Earlier this year, the third installment of Fox’s Ice Age franchise hit theaters in 3D, unveiling a brand new world full of giant reptiles for the old gang to explore. All of the regular voice talents return for the sequel, which pits Mannie, Diego, Sid, and Ellie against a thawed out world full of T-rexes, brontosauruses, and pterodactyls. Critics were mixed in their response to the film, but they cited its lush animation, which seems to be more and more common in CGI films as of late, as a strength. Though it might not spark much humor for grown-ups, the visuals and crisply designed characters should be enough to captivate children for a couple of hours, particularly if you choose to pick it up on Blu-Ray.



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Orphan

Stories about demon spawn can’t help being a little on the campy side, but this venture into accidental camp surprises largely because of the pedigree of its performers. Vera Farmiga plays a mother whose recent loss of a pregnancy result in a universe of trauma for her and her marriage, so she and her husband (Peter Sarsgaard) decide to adopt a tiny psychopath. Esther (Isabelle Furman) is eerily mature, has a wardrobe all her own, paints oddly well and plays the piano like a prodigy: all of this she’s accumulated in her 9 traumatic years on earth. Without being cagey about it, the reveal is a another source of possible comedy but the scares are certainly worth the time. The Blu-Ray includes both deleted scenes and an alternate ending (oooohhh!!!), a digital copy and a featurette called “Mama’s Little Devils: Bad Seeds, Evil Kids and Orphan.” Good times with bad kids.


Battlestar Galactica: The Plan

Who knew that the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series would garner such a huge cult following? Capitalizing on political and social themes that were relevant to the times, BSG successfully offered compelling storylines and fleshed out characters, thereby earning a special place in the sci-fi canon as a smart, inventive, and fantastical reflection of modern society. For those who haven’t finished the series, which came to an end earlier this year in March, and those who have yet to discover the BSG universe, we won’t ruin anything here with spoilers. In short, The Plan is a companion piece to the series, a 2-hour long feature that chronicles some of the series’ events from the perspective of the Cylons. It’s a must-have (a must-see, at the very least) for fans, and the special features include a handful of featurettes, deleted scenes, and a commentary track.



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Medicine for Melancholy

Starring Daily Show regular Wyatt Cenac and talented newcomer Tracey Heggins, Medicine for Melancholy spends a day with a pair of African American hipsters who wake up in a bed with no recollection of each other; they spend the day wandering though San Francisco, sharing social commentary along with the intimate details of their lives. Barry Jenkins’ minimalist, conversational debut marks him as a filmmaker to watch, and the DVD comes with an in-depth interview with the director.



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Z – Criterion Collection

Costa Gavras’ electrifying political thriller Z hasn’t aged a wit since its release in 1969. If anything this drama about the assassination of a left-wing activist — and the subsequent government stonewalling of an investigation into the crime — has a raw vitality that has only deepened over time. This spiffy new Criterion edition contains interviews with Costa Gavras and cinematographer Raoul Coutard, as well as archival footage of stars Yves Montand, Irene Papas, and Jean-Louis Trintignant. You can pick it up on DVD or Blu-Ray this week.



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Fear(s) of the Dark

In late October of 2008, a small French film opened in just a handful of theaters and maintained a presence that would last only 10 weeks. It was a decidedly unique movie: an anthology of 6 animated horror shorts by various graphic artists, some of whom had never worked in the medium of film before. The result was a collection of Hitchcockian explorations on the theme of the fear of the unknown, as implied by the title, and included traditional animation as well as two- and three-dimensional computer animated pieces. Though the tone of the film was more subtle than, say, a Saw film, critics helped propel it to Certified Fresh status and noted interest in seeing what these fledgling directors would offer in the future. Starting this week, you can pick up Fear(s) of the Dark on DVD and see for yourself what you may have missed.


Sam Fuller Collection

Time has been kind to Sam Fuller: though initially dismissed as a shlockmeister, he’s now seen as an auteur of pulp, and a forerunner of independent cinema. The Sam Fuller Collection compiles a number of his key works, including It Happened in Hollywood, Adventure in Sahara, Power of the Press, Shockproof, Scandal Sheet, The Crimson Kimono, and Underworld USA. It also contains several in-depth documentaries and appreciations by Martin Scorsese and Curtis Hanson.



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Il Divo

Now that the American spin on the Mafia has gone from sappily nostalgic to downright exhaustive, Italians are taking back their cultural claim. Yet, a recent spate of Italian films on crime are taking the brutally violent (soap) operatics of organized crime flicks and adding to that the danger of biography. Case in point: Il Divo. It’s named for the real life politician currently seen as the most powerful person in the Italian post-war era, Giulio Andreotti, a politician whose reign in office has exceeded term limitations to a degree almost laughable and all because he’s got the house in his back pocket. The man himself suffers from migraines, is enslaved by his obsessive ambition and possesses such a diminutive appearance he’s like Don Corleone, Darth Vader and Monte Burns, all rolled into one. The DVD for this 2008 Cannes Jury Prize winner promises subtitles.



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Night of the Creeps

With the recent re-popularization of horror/comedies like Shaun of the Dead, Drag Me to Hell, and even Zombieland, it’s easy to forget that they’ve been around for some time. Older films in particular, due in part to lower production values, often reveled in camp, taking advantage of unbelievable storylines to add levity to a genre overridden with gloom and gore. One such film was 1986’s Night of the Creeps, a B-movie homage about two college kids who steal a corpse as part of a frat initiation and unknowingly unleash a horde of bodysnatching alien slugs up on the city. This cult favorite has escaped the DVD market for several years, but the director’s cut will be available this week on both DVD and Blu-Ray for the first time ever and will include the original ending, commentary tracks, and deleted scenes.



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Stargate 15th Anniversary Blu-Ray

Coming exclusively to Blu-Ray this week is the new 15th Anniversary Edition of Roland Emmerich’s 1994 blockbuster, Stargate. This is the original that started it all and spawned four television series, the most recent of which premiered just earlier this month, as well as various books, comics, and video games. The new DVD features both the theatrical and extended versions of the film in newly remastered hi-def transfers, as well as three new featurettes, a picture in picture feature titled “Stargate Ultimate Knowledge,” and a blooper reel. Altogether, the extras amount to about four hours of bonus material and should provide a lot of entertainment for fans of the film.


Defying critics, champions of taste and the evolution of human life in general, Michael Bay’s unstoppable metal machines made scrap of Scrat and co. as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen comfortably kept Ice Age: Dawn of Dinosaurs at robotic arm’s length to hold on to the No. 1 at the Australian box office for its second week.

The Fox/Blu Sky animated threequel pulled in a mammoth $5.9 million at the weekend (with an $8 million plus cume for the week to date), but still had its “ice” kicked (see how the advertising can come back and bite you?) by Transformers, which banked another $6.3 million to bring its two week total to a massive $27 million — by far the biggest film of 2009.

There wasn’t a lot of other action on the chart this week, with a mild 15th-place debut for well-reviewed Hugo Weaving film Last Ride and strong holdovers The Hangover and Coco Avant Chanel both easing just 8 per cent.

Bay’s bots should get royally punked this week thanks to a certain Austrian fashionista (but which is the genuinely gayer movie, we wonder?), before another “dirty wizard” — boy wunderbar Harry Potter — swoops in over the following frame.

The Independence Day holiday frame saw a rare tie for first place as
Paramount and Fox both reported a $42.5M estimate for the Friday-to-Sunday span
for their summer sequels

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
and

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
, respectively. Final grosses to be
reported on Monday will determine the true box office champ. Universal’s
gangster drama
Public
Enemies
opened in third with strong results as studios provided many
different moviegoing options which ticket buyers were excited to see.

The robots of

Transformers
dropped a steep 61% in the second weekend giving Paramount
an eye-popping $293.5M total after just 12 days. That puts Michael Bay’s
tentpole pic at number 30 on the all-time domestic blockbusters list tied with
1999’s The Sixth Sense. Ticket prices, of course, were much lower a
decade ago when Haley Joel Osment was seeing dead people. Fallen also
leaped past Pixar’s Up to become this year’s largest grosser and will top
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Saturday’s Fourth of July holiday hit Transformers and all movies hard
since outdoor activities take people away from the multiplexes. With Friday
being a day off for most people, ticket sales for the top ten surged to $63M.
Saturday fell a sharp 36% to $40M while Sunday is expected to bounce back with a
23% jump to $50M. Compared to the Optimus Prime pic’s daily grosses from last
weekend, Friday dropped 51%, Saturday tumbled 73%, and Sunday is estimated to
fall by 57%. Revenge of the Fallen could find its way to a jaw-dropping
domestic final of $380-390M.

Fox also reported a $42.5M Friday-to-Sunday estimate for its new 3D animated
picture

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
with a healthy $67.5M in ticket sales
since opening on Wednesday. The PG-rated film averaged $10,368 from 4,099 sites
over the three-day weekend period. Despite three years of ticket price increases
and extra surcharges theaters are collecting for the 3D presentation, the toon
basically needed five days to gross what its predecessor Ice Age: The
Meltdown
did in its first three days. That film bowed in March 2006 with
$68M from 3,964 theaters on its way to $195.3M. Pixar’s 3D flick Up
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Mature audiences spent some cash too this holiday weekend. Johnny Depp’s
gangster drama
Public
Enemies
attracted a solid turnout opening in third place with an
estimated $26.2M over the weekend and $41M over the five days since its
Wednesday launch. The Universal release averaged a strong $7,850 from 3,334
locations over the weekend. The performance was on par with past R-rated
star-driven summer dramas from director Michael Mann. Collateral bowed to
$24.7M in 2004 while 2006’s Miami Vice opened to $25.7M. Both launched on
a Friday so comparisons are not exact. Final grosses for those two reached $100M
and $63.5M, respectively.

Co-starring Christian Bale, Enemies earned good but not stellar reviews
from critics. With so many films playing to kids and teens at the moment, the
studio connected with older adults looking for serious fare over the holiday
weekend. Men made up 53% of the audience while the CinemaScore grade was a so-so
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Two comedies aimed at adult audiences followed with the best holds in the top
ten. The Sandra Bullock-Ryan Reynolds pic
The Proposal

dipped only 31% to an estimated $12.8M boosting the 17-day tally to $94.2M.
The Hangover
broke the $200M mark over the weekend. The raunchy comedy collected an
estimated $10.4M, off only 39%, pushing its total to $204.2M.

Pixar’s Up upped its
total to a sensational $264.9M following its estimated $6.6M take in its sixth
frame. With Ice Age marching into multiplexes and stealing away 3D
screens, the flying house flick lost 831 playdates but dropped a reasonable 50%.
The film became the second biggest hit ever for the animation leader and trails
only Finding Nemo which banked $339.7M in 2003. Up also rose to
number 40 on the all-time blockbusters list ranking just behind Shrek
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The Cameron Diaz-Abigail Breslin tearjerker
My
Sister’s Keeper
fell 58% in its second weekend to an estimated $5.3M for
seventh place. The Warner Bros. release has grossed $27M in ten days and could
find its way to a decent $40M. Sony’s hostage thriller
The
Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
fell 54% to an estimated $2.5M lifting the cume
to $58.5M.

Two comedies dabbling with history tied for ninth place with an estimated $2.1M
each. Sony’s Year One
tumbled 65% and has taken in $38.1M to date while Fox’s

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
dropped 42% for a $167.8M
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The top ten films grossed an estimated $152.9M which was up 2% from last year
when Hancock
opened in the top spot with $62.6M ($103.9M in 5 days); but down 5% from 2007
when
Transformers
debuted at number one with $70.5M ($155.4M over 6.5 days).

Author: Gitesh Pandaya, Box Office Guru

Hollywood is hoping to score two $40M+ grossers over the Independence Day holiday frame for the first time ever. With Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen still raking in large numbers, two new releases opened on Wednesday to get a head start on the long weekend led by the animated sequel Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs which will give the robots a challenge for the number one spot. Looking to debut firmly in the number three spot is the period gangster flick Public Enemies starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale which will give mature adults something to rally behind.

With the Fourth of July falling on the prime moviegoing day of Saturday, ticket sales will take a hit that day due to outdoor distractions like parades, barbecues, and fireworks. But with many having the day off on Friday, that day should see busier-than-usual business as it tries to make up for Saturday’s losses. The last time the calendar was this way was in 1998 when Michael Bay‘s Armageddon blasted off at number one on Wednesday to a weaker-than-expected five-day score of $54.2M ($85M at today’s prices).

Following the enormous grosses of the first two installments, Fox’s top toon property is back in theaters in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs which adds more to the table with its 3D presentation. The PG-rated pic should have no problem pulling in business from its clearly-defined audience of kids and parents and those thinking they’ve seen enough of Manny and pals will make another trip thanks to the extra dimension this time around. Despite higher ticket prices (up to $16.50 in New York City), moviegoers have had no problems lining up for this year’s brand-name 3D toons. March’s Monsters vs. Aliens bowed to $59.3M on its way to $196M and counting while May’s Up debuted to $68.1M and is targeting a finish at or above $300M. Fox is not as strong of a brand in this world as Pixar and DreamWorks, but Ice Age is.

It seems like every A-list toon sets a new record for most 3D screens and Dinosaurs is no different. The prehistoric comedy bowed on Wednesday in 3,993 locations including a record 1,606 3D sites. The last installment in the franchise, 2006’s Ice Age: The Meltdown, launched on a Friday with a three-day take of $68M, a figure the new pic should exceed over its five-day opening. Up which has displayed sensational legs will provide some competition as will Transformers which has been playing to every demographic including 10-year-old kids. But nothing specifically aimed at families has worked since the flying house pic debuted over a month ago so with the extra time off parents have over the holiday weekend, the dinotoon should make for a popular entertainment choice. Reviews have not been very good, but that will be irrelevant. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs could pull in about $47M over the Friday-to-Sunday period and around $72M over five days.


Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Three big names come together in the new gangster drama Public EnemiesJohnny Depp, Christian Bale, and director Michael Mann. Universal is gunning for mature adults with its 1930s John Dillinger tale, but with a dashing pirate in the lead the studio hopes to pull in young adults too. In 2003, Universal scored a hit targeting this crowd in late July with Seabiscuit which grossed $120.2M, but in 2005 it opened Cinderella Man with Russell Crowe on the first weekend of June and found its way to a disappointing $61.6M. This time, the timing seems better. Audiences typically get all actioned out by the mindless popcorn flicks of May and June so a good adult drama can play to solid numbers if released at the right moment. And if it pleases crowds.

With robots, terminators, Vulcans, and mutants having already hit the multiplexes this summer, Public Enemies comes at an opportune time. Starpower is solid too. However, reviews have not been as strong as they should be for this type of film to work since they will have an impact in decision-making with adults. That puts more pressure on Depp to bring in bodies off of his name and sex appeal. Outside of a big franchise, he isn’t as much of a guarantee as evidenced by 2007’s Sweeney Todd which opened to $9.3M from 1,249 locations on its way to a $52.9M final. That’s less than what Charlie and the Chocolate Factory did on its opening weekend.

Openings for films that played to a similar audience include $21M for Valkyrie, $22.3M for Walk the Line, $22.8M for The Interpreter, and $26.9M for The Departed. None of those opened on a Wednesday so the dynamics will be different for Dillinger. If audiences eat up the gangster story in the long run, then Universal will be in good shape at the end of the day. Breaking into 3,319 theaters (3,334 on Friday), Public Enemies may shoot up roughly $26M over the weekend and about $41M over five days.


Johnny Depp in Public Enemies

Reigning robo-champ Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will try to score a second weekend on top of the charts but will have to deal with the arrival of the frame’s pair of newbies. Midweek openers usually don’t collapse on the second weekend since the first weekend’s Friday-to-Sunday figure does not include the massive upfront turnout of an opening day. Sophomore drops for some of the biggest midweek bows for summer blockbusters include 49% for Hancock, 53% for War of the Worlds, 49% for Spider-Man 2, and 48% for the first Transformers. With muscular grosses of $14.9M on Monday and $13.5M on Tuesday, Revenge of the Fallen looks set to break the $250M mark on Thursday after only nine days. That’s the second fastest any film has ever reached the quarter-billion level. The Dark Knight holds the record needing just eight days last July.

Transformers has absorbed an awful lot of business going into the second frame so a drop of more than 50% could result. While the session’s new releases offer different types of entertainment, Ice Age will still take away some younger kids and Depp will steal away some older adults. A decline of 55% might result giving Optimus and the rest of the Primes about $50M for a gargantuan 12-day haul of $301M.

With the robot juggernaut looking to leap past $300M, the sleeper smash The Hangover will try to reach a milestone of its own by surpassing the $200M mark this weekend. The Vegas-set comedy should be a popular choice for twentysomethings over the holiday frame so a 35% drop may result. That would leave Warner Bros. with about $11M over three days pushing the cume to a robust $204M.

The Sandra Bullock hit The Proposal might slide by 40% to around $11M as well for a sum of $91M to date. With the third helping of Ice Age hitting theaters, and stealing away most 3D screens, Disney and Pixar will have a hard time staying in double-digit territory this weekend with Up. A 45% drop may occur for the flying house flick for a $7M gross and $266M total.

LAST YEAR: With Independence Day falling on a Friday, holiday king Will Smith got the extended frame going early with the Wednesday launch of the superhero actioner Hancock which bowed to $62.6M over the weekend and $103.9M across the five-day debut period. Sony went on to gross $227.9M domestically and a stellar $624M worldwide. Dropping to second was the Pixar toon WALL-E with $32.5M followed by fellow sophomore Wanted which tumbled 61% to $20.1M. Rounding out the top five were Get Smart and Kung Fu Panda with $11.1M and $7.3M, respectively. Fizzling in its national expansion was Kit Kittredge: An American Girl which widened after a red hot two-week limited run to 1,843 theaters grossing just $3.3M for a weak $1,789 average. A final tally of $17.7M resulted for Picturehouse.

Author: Gitesh Pandya, www.BoxOfficeGuru.com

This week at the movies, we’ve got crime and punishment (Public Enemies, starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale) and prehistoric domesticity (Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, with voice work from Ray Romano and Queen Latifah). What do the critics have to say?



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Public Enemies

Public Enemies hits theaters with an impressive pedigree — it’s directed by Michael Mann and stars two of contemporary cinema’s biggest names, Johnny Depp and Christian Bale. And although critics say the picture offers plenty to admire, it’s strangely muted overall. Depp stars as legendary bank robber John Dillinger, whose daring criminal exploits made him an American folk hero in the 1930s, while Bale plays g-man Melvin Purvis, who’s hell-bent on taking him down. The pundits say Public Enemies has impeccable period ambience, and Depp emits oodles of roguish charm in the lead. However, others say it never makes the leap from good to great; it’s a solid crime picture that never fully explores its characters or its era.)



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Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is the third film in a series that saw its critical fortunes dwindle from the first movie to the second. And the scribes say that this one’s not much better, despite solid animation and a funny turn from Simon Pegg as a crazed weasel. Mammoth couple Manny and Ellie (Ray Romano and Queen Latifah) are expecting their first kid, but find they must rescue their sloth pal Sid (John Leguizamo), who’s trying to raise some T. Rex babies, from an angry dinosaur. The pundits say Ice Age‘s 3-D visuals are often extraordinary, but the story is tired stuff, and even the irrepressible Scrat, so entertaining in the first two films, brings little levity to the proceedings.


Also opening this week in limited release:

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