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Fashion Spotlight: Bay Max No. 6, The Hand of Infinity, and The Great Wave of Republic City

Ript Apparel has three new designs today. Bay Max No. 6 and The Hand of Infinity and The Great Wave of Republic City from Moysche and ALCESA and adho1982 will be for sale on May 31, 2015 only!

Bay Max No. 6 by Moysche

Bay Max No. 6

The Hand of Infinity by ALCESA

The Hand of Infinity

The Great Wave of Republic City by adho1982

The Great Wave of Republic City

 

 

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Fashion Spotlight: There There, King of the Heroes, and Ultrovania

Ript Apparel has three designs for Avengers and Age of Ultron fans. There There, King of the Heroes, and Ultrovania from Fortune-Cake, Ninjaink, and AtomicRocket will be for sale on May 16, 2015 only!

 

There There by Fortune-Cake

There There

King of the Heroes by Ninjaink

King of the Heroes

Ultrovania by AtomicRocket

Ultrovania

 

 

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Fabrikations: Baymax & Groot Coming Soon!

Baymax and Groot are coming to Funko‘s Fabrikations family! These 6” soft sculpted figures were created with the collector in mind, as they both feature rotating heads and a high-end, lush feel.

Baymax, your personal healthcare companion, is a no-brainer when it comes to the soft-sculpt line! The inflatable robot from Big Hero 6 just has one mission: to help others! He may need some help with learning how to fist-bump!

It’s well documented in Guardians of the Galaxy that Groot’s vocabulistics are limited to “I” and “am” and “Groot,” exclusively in that order, and his Fabrikation is a similarly quiet type!

Both figures our out in July. You can pre-order Baymax and Groot now.

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Fashion Spotlight: Super Flashy Rivals, The Last Emperor, and Yokai’s Revenge

Ript Apparel has three new designs today Super Flashy Rivals, The Last Emperor, and Yokai’s Revenge from ArtbyJP, TeeNoEvil, and Cheddar Tees will be for sale on April 22, 2015 only!

 

Super Flashy Rivals by ArtbyJP

Super Flashy Rivals

The Last Emperor by TeeNoEvil

The Last Emperor

Yokai’s Revenge by Cheddar Tees

Yokai's Revenge

 

 

 

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Furious 7 Opens with $384 million

furious-7-poster1Seven movies in, but the Fast and Furious chain hasn’t slowed down. Domestically Furious 7 brought in an estimated $143.6 million over the weekend. That places it ninth as far as openings.

Overseas the film earned $240 million and that’s without opening in China, Japan, and Russia. That’s a total of about $384 million worldwide already.

This is the highest debut for a film in the franchise and makes it the record holder for April.

The film was 51% men, 56% over the age of 25, and Hispanic moviegoers made up 37% of the weekend movie going audience. It earned an “A” Cinemascore.

When it comes to comic adaptations, Kingsman: The Secret Service was in eighth place bringing in an additional $1.7 million domestically. Globally, the film has earned $369.8 million so far. It will likely get to $400 million by the time it’s done.

Big Hero 6 has dropped out of the listings and has earned $651.8 million globally.

The next comic adaptation to hit the big screen is Avengers: Age of Ultron which hits screens on May 1.

Home Wins the Box Office

home-banner2A kids movie featuring an alien and an African American girl led the box office, giving a win for inclusion! Home was top of the domestic box office earning a solid $54 million in its first weekend. Its debut was similar to other animated films this year.

Coming in second with an estimated $34.61 million was Get Hard, which undoes all of the positive steps forward Home represents. The film was savaged in reviews, and got blah scores from those seeing it. The film was also accused of playing on stereotypes and homophobia.

In comic movie news, Kingsman: The Secret Service was in fifth place, earning a little under $3.1 million. Domestically, the film has earned $119.4 million and globally it has earned $327.7 million.

Big Hero 6 continues to earn at the box office, bringing in $89,000. Domestically, the film has earned $222.1 million and globally the film has earned $651.7 million.

In about a month, the first major comic blockbuster will hit theaters, Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Insurgent Surges to First, Kingsman closes in on $300 million

The Divergent Series InsurgentThe second movie in The Divergent series of films was in the top spot at the box office this past weekend. The Divergent Series: Insurgent brought in an estimated $54 million over the weekend. That is really close to what the first film opened up with.

The film’s audience was 60% female, slightly more than the first movie which was 59%. The movie also earned an “A-” rating from CinemaScore.

The comic book adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service inched towards $300 million globally. The film earned an estimated $4.6 million in its sixth week. The film has earned $114.57 million at the domestic box office. Right now it has earned $295.2 million globally, and has yet to open in China.

Big Hero 6 still continued to earn after twenty weeks in theaters and brought in $175,000 this past weekend. It has earned $221.97 million at the domestic box office and $644.8 million globally.

Cinderella is Magical in First, Kingsman Holds Strong

cinderella-2015-poster-691x1024Cinderella was the top movie the past weekend, earning an estimated $70.1 million in its first weekend. The movie had a similar opening to other live-action adaptations of Disney classics (so I’d expect more down the road). The movie had a reported budget of $95 million.

The movie attracted an audience that was 66% female and 66% families. It also earned an “A” Cinemascore, so expect it to do quite well over the month.

In comic adaptation news, Kingsman: The Secret Service continues to do well earning an additional $6.2 million to bring its domestic total to $107.4 million. Globally the film has earned $276.7 million, well above its $81 million budget.

Big Hero 6 brought in an additional $226,000 to brings its total to $221.7 million after 19 weeks. Globally the film has earned $632.8 million with a budget of $165 million.

Chappie Leads an Anemic Box-Office. American Sniper is First.

chappie-poster-teaserChappie was the top at the box-office this past week in a rather slow weekend. The film earned just $13.3 million which is well below Neill Blomkamp’s previous movies District 9 and Elysium. The film was eviscerated online where it had 29% ratting on RottenTomatoes as of this posting.

In comic book movie news Kingsman: The Secret Service earned an additional $8.3 million. That brings the movie’s domestic total to $98 million. It’s doing quite well with a total of $248.3 million earned worldwide.

Big Hero 6 added $325,000 to its total. Domestically the film has earned $221.3 million and continues to earn even with being released digitally and on blu-ray.

In the biggest news, American Sniper has moved into the top spot, knocking out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 as the top earning film released in 2014.

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