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Blockbusters progressively explores supply and demand for blockbusters and superstar talent before examining whether digital technology will end the dominance of the blockbuster and contemplating its future.
Released by Newmarket Films and financed by Gibson himself, the modestly budgeted ``Passion'' will be one of the most profitable movies of all time regardless of its final ranking on the blockbuster list.
Titanic made up in special effects what it lacked in star power; Anatomy of a Blockbuster lures readers with the promise of a stern critical thumping for the box-office favorite, like those high-school movies in which the rich, arrogant kid gets a well-deserved comeuppance.
Blockbusters that run after the main news section are printed at the same time as the main section and are included in the full run of the newspaper.
What models are companies using to bring blockbusters to market?
Upcoming are such highly anticipated blockbusters as ``Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,'' ``The Hulk,'' ``Bad Boys 2,'' and ``Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde'' that should continue the trend of one-week box-office champs.
1: Concerning the availability of Warhol's Lonesome Cowboys at the "Blockbusters" [sic] on Seven Sisters Road, I owe you an apology; indeed, the movie is in stock there - evidently the UK branch of the Blockbuster chain is more "mod" than its parent.
As with sales of small-molecule blockbusters, sales of biologics blockbusters are susceptible to both equivalent (generics) products and to "me too" drugs.
A top rental at Blockbuster, ``Moulin Rouge'' is also currently the top-selling DVD on Amazon.
Despite having the largest population of any country in the European Union, Germany exhibits relatively modest spending on blockbuster pharmaceuticals.
Those blockbuster movies will warrant putting tickets on sale at least two weeks in advance whenever we can,'' Calaghan said.