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UPDATED: Reports Hundreds Of Sold-Out 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Shows on May 15, 2013


Wednesday Update: reports that nearly 450 screenings of Star Trek Into Darkness have sold out with 60% of yesterday's daily sales coming from advance tickets purchased by moviegoers to see the sequel.

Tuesday Update:

The official press release from Fandango:

LOS ANGELES -- Fandango, the nation's leading moviegoer destination, reported today that "Star Trek Into Darkness" is warp-speeding ahead with 71% of Tuesday morning's ticket sales. Hundreds of showtimes are already sold out across the country, from New York to San Francisco, from Atlanta to Austin, in advance of the film's Wednesday late night opening.

According to a Fandango survey of more than 1,000 "Star Trek Into Darkness" ticket-buyers, anticipation for the film is running high. Among the findings:
• 93% plan to see the film on opening weekend;
• 62% will attend the movie with a group of fellow "Star Trek" fans;
• 55% are already planning to see the movie more than once;
• 15% will be dressed in "Star Trek" attire at the theater.

As an exclusive bonus for Fandango ticket-buyers, fans purchasing "Star Trek Into Darkness" tickets on Fandango will receive a complimentary iTunes download of J.J. Abrams' 2009 "Star Trek" movie, while supplies last. See for details.


SPAIN: 'Iron Man 3' Breaks $10M Mark on May 15, 2013

im3.pngIron Man 3 carried another lethargic weekend at the Spanish box office. The superhero film was the only one to break the $1 million mark, leading all releases for the third consecutive week and reaching a $10.5 million cume. Olympus Has Fallen couldn't rise to the occasion of its premiere, grossing just under $1 million in 322 screens. The Big Wedding has been performing above expectations after fizzling out of the U.S. box office. The comedy has grossed $1.9 million in Spain to help the film make up ground in the overseas markets.

Box office results for Spain. May 10-12, 2013.


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Los Angeles, CA -- Cinedigm (NADSAQ: CIDM) and Magnet Media Productions today announced they have entered into partnership to distribute five feature films over the next three years using Cinedigm's expansive digital distribution and marketing capabilities.

"In Cinedigm, we have found a partner who can help us bring our films to best possible audiences and to guide the marketing efforts behind those releases," said Michele Ohayon, Chief Executive Officer of Magnet. "A smart theatrical release for independent projects is invaluable in terms of enhancing awareness and interest, and Cinedigm has created the perfect model for getting films to theatres in a financially responsible manner, creating tremendous upside for the entire industry."

Magnet Media Productions' slate have Academy Award®-winning talent in front of and behind the camera and are defined by high-concept commercial and cast-driven projects with authentic characters and compelling stories. The company is currently in pre-production on MARRIED AND CHEATING starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Eva Longoria and Brendan Frasier. Other recent films include THIRTEEN, starring Sam Riley, 50 Cent and Mickey Rourke, THE EXPERIMENT starring Academy Award® winners Adrien Brody and Forrest Whitaker, and DARK TIDE starring Academy Award® winner Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez.

"We are thrilled to bring Magnet's commercially-minded projects to the big screen," said Vincent Scordino, Vice President of Acquisitions for Cinedigm. "It's vital to the entire industry that the independent film community stay strong and vibrant, and this type of smart theatrical release with targeted marketing is bound to do just that."
Scordino negotiated the deal on behalf of Cinedigm.


ITALY: 'Iron Man 3' Stays on First, 'Evil Dead' Shows Promise. on May 15, 2013

53429296680800441582126.jpgIron Man 3 was the only film to break the $1 million mark over the weekend, winning the top spot at the box office for the third consecutive week on its path to an $18.9 million cume. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters dropped 37% and held on to the number two spot, reaching a $2.4 million total in Italy. Evil Dead opened in third place with the highest per-screen average of the weekend, scoring $2,425 per-theater in 268 locations.

Box office results for Italy. May 10-12, 2013


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