Unstoppable: 3,207 (NEW)
Skyline: 2,880 (NEW)
Morning Glory: 2,518 (NEW)
Cool It: 41 (NEW)
Tiny Furniture: 1 (NEW)
Megamind: 3,949 (+5)
Due Date: 3,365 (+10)
Red: 2,878 (-351)
Paranormal Activity 2: 2,403 (-765)
For Colored Girls: 2,127 (+0)
Secretariat: 2,019 (-595)
Saw 3D: 1,976 (-832)
Hereafter: 1,691 (-514)
Jackass 3D: 1,607 (-558)
Life As We Know It: 1,239 (-486)
The Social Network: 1,088 (-772)
Conviction: 493 (-179)
The Town: 375 (-266)
While Christopher Nolan is a master of keeping his plots secret, it has been revealed that he's currently in the process of casting two female roles in The Dark Knight Rises: one being Bruce Wayne's love interest and the other villain. The candidates are: Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts, Blake Lively, Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway and Keira Knightley.
Tom Hardy (Inception) was also recently cast in an unknown role, but speculation is that he'll be playing a villain. Nolan has ruled out using The Riddler and Mr. Freeze.
The Dark Knight Rises is set to hit theaters on July 20, 2012, and it will be one of few blockbusters coming out that year to not be in 3D.
Warner Bros. is obviously foaming at the mouth for the latest installment considering that The Dark Knight made more than $1 billion worldwide during its lengthy theatrical run.
Legendary producer Dino De Laurentiis passed away at his Beverly Hills home at 10 pm PT Wednesday night. He was 91.
De Laurentiis' career spanned almost 70 years, and he worked with such great directors as Federico Fellini, Roberto Rossellini, Michael Mann and Ridley Scott. He won best Foreign Film Oscars for Fellini's La Strada (1956) and Nights of Cabria (1957), and he also received the Irving G. Thalberg award in 2001.
The films he produced in America include Manhunter, Red Dragon, U571 and Blue Velvet.