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box

an enclosure within a courtroom, e.g. witness box, where the witness sits, or the press box, where the press sit, or the jury box, where the jury sits.
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The performance of Udhayanidhi Stalin's second outing "Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal" (IKK) has been above average in Tamil Nadu box office.
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Why he's powerful: This comic genius has become one of Hollywood's most bankable performers: his 19 films have earned close to $1 billion in gross box office receipts.
About International Box Office Essentials (TM) Rentrak's International Box Office Essentials collects and delivers box office results and attendance information from virtually every theater in developed and emerging markets around the world, reporting crucial box office grosses-including weekend results and estimates-in near real-time.
Even with a weak domestic gross, "Pacific Rim," with an estimated budget of $185 million, could still be a hit for Warner Brothers and Legendary Pictures due to the international box office.
The industry trade notes that the box office has been over-performing of late which could give a boost to "World War Z" making for a pretty heated battle for second place.
With a reach across numerous platforms including box office, multi-screen television, and home video, Rentrak has developed more efficient metrics to be used as database currencies for the evaluation and selling of media.
This resulted in box office receipts for the top 12 films falling short of last year's by 22 percent.
BHERC President Sandra Evers-Manly, former president of the Beverly Hills, California, chapter of the NAACP, started the club in response to the box office failures of Spike Lee's Get on the Bus in 1996 and John Singleton's Rosewood in 1997.
EchoStar Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:DISH) and Home Box Office today announced that they have entered into a long-term agreement that provides for the distribution of HBO and Cinemax television services on EchoStar's DISH Network[TM].
com/will-star-trek-darkness-dethrone-iron-man-3-box-office-1267553) Star Trek Into Darkness" was expected to run away with this weekend's box office and while it knocked off "Iron Man 3" the movie's numbers fell way short of expectations.
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