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Box Office: “Guardians of the Galaxy” to Continue Reign

On the heels of “Guardians of the Galaxy’s” impressive feat of garnering over $500 million earlier this week, Marvel studios can expect to collect even more revenue as moviegoers open their wallets this Labor Day holiday weekend. “Guardians” is expected to remain at the top of the box office as it enters its fifth week in theaters. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” is projected to continue its reign among the top five favorable productions during its fourth week as two new films vie for a ranking.

The Cinema Society with Men's Fitness & FIJI Water host a screening of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' on July 29, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Andrew Toth

“As Above, So Below:” Paranormal thrill seekers will be elated to catch the latest horror/thriller to grace theaters. A team of explorers begins a desperate search for the mysterious Sorceress Stone believed to be an integral piece of history missing from the world. Determined to track down the hidden tomb, the group descends beneath the streets of Paris, France navigating through the unmapped miles of the catacombs which houses millions of Parisian souls. “As Above, So Below” stars Perdita Weeks as Scarlett, Ben Deldman as George, Edwin Hodge as Benji and Francois Civil as Papillon. The John Erick Dowdle directed production has an R rating for bloody violence/terror, and language throughout.

“The November Man:” Pierce Brosnan portrays ex-CIA operative brought back for a personal mission that pits himself against his former pupil in a deadly game involving high level CIA officials and the Russian president. “The November Man” also stars Luke Bracey as Mason, Olga Kurylenko as Alice and Bill Smitrovich as Hanley. The Roger Donaldson directed flick is rated R for strong violence including a sexual assault, language, Sexuality/nudity and brief drug use.”

An early Wednesday release for “The November Man” has helped the film nab an early fifth place position heading into the weekend. While there’s no telling if ticket sales will swing in an opposite direction, odds are in the newcomers favor to rank alongside “Guardians,” “Turtles,” “If I Stay,” and “Let’s Be Cops.” Let me know what move you plan on watching over the holiday vacation in the comment section below!

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