Huckabee targeted by class action suit over robocalls for Christmas movie – The Hill (blog)

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee could be facing a class action lawsuit stemming from the marketing campaign from his movie about the “war on Christmas.” Attorneys for Dorit and Ron Golan claim that more than 4 million calls were made marketing for Huckabee’s film “Last Ounce of Courage,” which could potentially violate the Telephone Consumer Protection …

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'Wonder Woman' Is Now Top-Grossing Live Action Movie by a Female Director, Ever – Fortune

Wonder Woman has generated more than $620 million in global revenue since it hit theatres three weeks ago. According to Variety and others, that makes it the highest-grossing live action film ever directed by a woman. The film was directed by Patty Jenkins, whose feature debut was the critically hailed Monster, starring Charlize Theron. Shockingly, …

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Salman Khan's 'Sultan' wins best action movie award at the Shanghai Film Festival – Economic Times

MUMBAI: Superstar Salman Khan‘s “Sultan” has won the best action movie award at at the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF). Ahead of its China release, “Sultan” became the first ever Bollywood film to win the award in the Jackie Chan Action Movie week section, which focuses on a selection of the best in action, special …

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Wonder Woman becomes highest-grossing live-action movie from a female director – Flickering Myth (blog)

Having become the first female filmmaker to direct a movie with a budget of $100 million, and the first to have a movie debut with a domestic opening weekend of $100 million, Patty Jenkins has now added another feather to her cap with Wonder Woman’s latest box office milestone. The DC blockbuster has now reached …

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Salman Khan's Sultan Wins Best Action Movie Award At Shanghai International Film Festival – NDTV

New Delhi: Salman Khan’s Tubelight may have received a mixed response from the film critics and audience. However, there is some good news for all the ‘Bhai‘ fans. The 51-year-old actor’s Sultan, which released during Eid last year, has won the Best Action Movie award at the Shanghai International Film Festival and is the first Indian …

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Salman Khan's Sultan wins Best Action Movie at 20th Shanghai International Film Festival – Firstpost

After Nitesh Tiwari’s sports biopic Dangal made waves in China and became the highest grossing Hindi film in the country, Ali Abbas Zafar’s sports drama Sultan is also gearing up for a similar fate. Salman Khan in Sultan (2016). Still from the film It was earlier reported that the film was screened at the 20th …

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Wonder Woman Will Soon Be Highest-Grossing (Live-Action) Movie Directed By a Woman – Comicbook.com

Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman, having just crossed over the $600 million threshold at the global box office, is set to overtake Mamma Mia! as the highest-grossing movie ever directed by a woman. Mamma Mia!, a 2008 musical based on the hit stage play and featuring music by global pop phenomenon ABBA, was directed by Phyllida …

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'Wonder Woman' Set to Become Top-Grossing Live-Action Film Directed by a Woman – Hollywood Reporter

Patty Jenkins’ movie will achieve the milestone shortly after topping the $600 million mark on Wednesday. Director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman continues to make history in its box-office run. Sometime Thursday or Friday, the Warner Bros. and DC superhero tentpole will eclipse the $609.8 million earned worldwide by Phyllida Lloyd’s Mamma Mia! (2008) to become the …

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