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But, Berry has at all times been tempted to return to ahem, crack and did so in Losing Isaiah (1995), in her ever growing pursuit of challenging roles which eventually culminated in Monster’s Ball (2001) which earned her an Oscar Best Actress award. The first African-American to ever accomplish that. In her roles, she has never really reached the glamorous kind, but she has that with modeling and Revlon, and that almost each magazine was already crowning her most lovely and sexiest. After making history in Monster’s Ball, she was incomes her $10 Million plus paychecks with the field-office smash X-Men franchise. Beauty and expertise to flaunt, she has it all.

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How do movie theaters make money? Finance expert on TikTok explains

A personal finance expert revealed how movie theaters actually make their money. It’s pretty surprising.

Humphrey Yang has over 3.3 million followers on TikTok, where he dishes on all things money. The financial guru broke down how big and small theaters earn revenue. It turns out that movies are only a small piece of the pie for lots of cinemas.

“I was shocked to find out movie studios actually took between 80% to 100% of a movie theater’s sales revenue in the first two weeks,” Yang explained. “Then in subsequent weeks the ratio gradually becomes more favorable to the cinema, usually resulting in a 50:50 ratio.”

That means movie theaters make their revenue somewhere else: concession stands. Theaters inflate the average price of movie theater popcorn by 1275%, and around 70% of movie patrons buy snacks at the theater, Yang found.

According to Which, small theaters make 80%

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The 5 Most Anticipated Movies of August 2022

As we enter the final month of what we generally consider the summer movie season, it’s clear that the pickings are a little slimmer than usual (and that may continue into September). That said, there are still plenty of movies to be excited about, depending on your tastes. As usual, we polled the Rotten Tomatoes audience on all of our social media platforms to find out what films everyone was looking forward to the most this month, and perhaps because of the sparse release calendar, the results featured a surprise or two. Read on for the most anticipated movies of August 2022!

#1 on Facebook and Twitter, #2 on Instagram
In theaters on August 5

The top spot in this month’s poll was a close race between two films, but the eventual winner was the cheeky big-screen action-comedy starring Brad Pitt surrounded by a host of other big names. Based

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Chris Pratt Garfield Movie Has a Release Date

Get the lasagna ready, Garfield fans. Garfield: The Movie starring everyone’s favorite orange fat cat is hitting theaters February 16, 2024 in a new animated adventure.

The film stars Chris Pratt as the voice of the lethargic feline. Garfield will also star Samuel L. Jackson as a brand new character, Vic, who is Garfield’s father. Plot details for the film are currently under wraps, but hopefully it fares better than the 2004 live action Garfield film.

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The 10 Best Jack Black Movies of All Time

After years as a working actor, comedian, and musician (as one half of righteous comedy-metal duo Tenacious D), Jack Black broke out huge at the top of this century, landing roles in big time blockbusters, breathtaking animation, and even his own starring vehicles.

With a wicked wit, dulcet tones, and a lovable demeanor, Jack Black has found a home in action flicks, family adventures, the occasional drama and — of course — memorable comedies. Join us as we take a look back over the past 20 years and wrangle up Jack Black’s best movies, from awesome animated sagas to rowdy music making to the truly odd and offbeat.

The Top 10 Jack Black Movies of All Time

10. High Fidelity (2000)

Where to Watch: HBO, HBO Max, Cinemax Go, or rentable on most platforms.

After spending the ’90s doing bit roles in notable films like Waterworld, The Cable Guy, and

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