Aaron Eckhart looks for the monster’s humanity in ‘I, Frankenstein’ - The Washington Post
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January 25, 2014 Aaron Eckhart has some advice for monster movie and Mary Shelley purists who might quibble with “I, Frankenstein,” his futuristic movie version of creature that features Eckhart as the monster almost 100 years in the future. GoingOut Guide. Looking for ...
I, Frankenstein the Latest Comic Book Movie to Disappoint at the Box Office
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January 25, 2014 Lionsgate's Aaron Eckhardt-starring I, Frankenstein is on pace to come in at #5 or #6 at the domestic box office this weekend, bringing in less than $8 million on its $65 million production budget. That means the movie may not even crack the top five ...
Box Office: ‘I, Frankenstein’ Dead on Arrival with $7.7 Million
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January 25, 2014 “I, Frankenstein” cost a reported $65 million to produce, not including the marketing costs that producer Lakeshore Entertainment wound up assuming, thus limiting Lionsgate's exposure on the likely flop. Of its $2.8 million Friday haul, roughly 60 ...
Box Office: ‘I, Frankenstein’ Scary Low with $10 Million; ‘Ride Along’ Rolls
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January 24, 2014 Lionsgate's launch of “I, Frankenstein” was clinging to life at about $3 million for Friday and appeared heading for a $10 million weekend at the U.S. box office. The fantasy-actioner, set in a dystopian world, has generated dismal reviews with a 3 ...
Kevin Grevioux’s graphic novel makes big screen debut: ‘I, Frankenstein’
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January 24, 2014 Based on Kevin Grevioux's graphic novel of the same name, the film centers around the 200-year-old creation of Dr. Frankenstein, who is also called Adam. Adam, played by actor Aaron Eckhart (Olympus Has Fallen), finds himself caught in the middle of a ...
‘I, Frankenstein’ a true horror - Chicago Sun-Times
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January 24, 2014 By far the scariest thing about director Stuart Beattie's “I, Frankenstein,” a terrible would-be horror story that somehow roped in a couple of really good actors, is that the ending seems to suggest the possibility of a sequel. Now that's horror. You ...
I, Frankenstein will be your new favorite midnight movie
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January 24, 2014 Its premise is badass-simple, like a great first-person shooter, and its cast is mysteriously awesome. Get ready for demonic mad science, an army of Gargoyle angels, and Aaron Eckhart as the Batman-voiced Frankenstein monster who makes his enemies ...
Digital Box Office Drilldown: ‘I, Frankenstein’
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January 24, 2014 “I, Frankenstein” is the only wide release this weekend, but the digital data suggests it'll be tough to displace “Ride Along” at No. 1. The marketing campaign has focued on activating fans of the graphic novel and the “Underworld” franchise (whose ...
Movie Review: I, Frankenstein -- Vulture
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January 24, 2014 There are worse movies with the name “Frankenstein” in them than I, Frankenstein, but they had about one ten thousandth the budget and played on double or triple bills with other cheapo pictures and you got your money's worth.* This one is based on a ...
I, Frankenstein Review - Hollywood Reporter
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January 24, 2014 Mary Shelley's durable literary creation has survived through hundreds of years and endless screen incarnations, and there's no doubt he'll survive I, Frankenstein as well. Making the creature the pawn in an epic battle between vampires and werewolves ...
Film Review: ‘I, Frankenstein’
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January 24, 2014 It would be premature to suggest this without consulting the archives, but “I, Frankenstein” might very well set some kind of record for the most expository dialogue in a single feature film, with almost every spoken exchange either relaying a ...
Aaron Eckhart on Kali stick training for "I, Frankenstein" - CBS News
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January 24, 2014 Here called "Adam," Eckhart plays Frankenstein's monster in the present day, as he goes up against demonic forces with the help of gargoyles ruled by Leonore (Miranda Otto). The film also stars Bill Nighy, and "Dexter" actress Yvonne Strahovski, as a ...
Box Office: ‘I, Frankenstein’ a Monster Mess as ‘Ride Along’ Aims for Another Victory
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January 23, 2014 With only one wide release, Lionsgate's “I, Frankenstein,” which is tracking modestly in the low to mid-teens range, holdovers including “Ride Along” and “The Nut Job” will be responsible for keeping domestic B.O. from slumping below this time last year.
Aaron Eckhart does the monster mash in ‘I Frankenstein’ - Entertainment - MiamiHerald.com
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January 23, 2014 But we've never seen him as a weapon (and ab) -wielding monster/action star. Until now. In I Frankenstein, out Friday, Eckhart is more rock star than Boris Karloff, despite the crudely stitched-up face. He's Frankenstein's monster for a new generation ...
Senator Al Franken Condemns Today’s Net Neutrality Ruling
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January 14, 2014 On the heels of today's ruling overturning net neutrality, Senator Al Franken aggressively condemned the decision, arguing that it would lead to an unleveling of the economic playing field, tilting the marketplace against small businesses that he ...
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