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  • Holiday Movie Preview

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    The Holidays are a great time to gather with friends and family and celebrate the festivities. It also the best time to see some of the hottest movies released. This Holiday season is full of many great films. David Fincher, Cameron Crowe and Stephen Spielberg all have movies coming out this Holiday season, and Michael Ceiply of The New York Times discusses these films more in his article:

    Six Oscar-caliber directors. Nine movies (at least). And just one Christmas.

    It’s going to be a hot and crowded holiday at the box office.

    After shuffling schedules, finishing final edits and kicking tires on the festival circuit, Hollywood is preparing for a holiday film season that will end with a spectacular collision of high-profile pictures.

    There were four major studio releases on or around Christmas Day last year, and three the year before. But in the five days ending on Dec. 25 — a Sunday, not the usual day for film debuts — five of the major studios are to release six movies with a total production and marketing cost approaching $1 billion, from directors who have 25 past Oscar nominations among them.

    The binge starts on Wednesday, Dec. 21, with three heavyweights: “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” directed by David Fincher, from Sony Pictures; “The Adventures of Tintin,” directed by Steven Spielberg, from Paramount Pictures; and “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol,” directed by Brad Bird, also from Paramount. Two days later 20th Century Fox weighs in with “We Bought a Zoo,” directed by Cameron Crowe.

    On Christmas Day Mr. Spielberg is back, with “War Horse,” from Disney and DreamWorks, while Warner Brothers opens “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” directed by Stephen Daldry.

    After sizing up the crowd the Weinstein Company decided recently to sidestep it with a Dec. 30 opening for “The Iron Lady,” which stars Meryl Streep as the British prime minister Margaret Thatcher.

    “It’s much, much heavier,” David Glasser, Weinstein’s chief operating officer, said of the holiday roster this year.

    Smaller films, or those with fewer credentials, will fill the end-of-year calendar as well. On Dec. 23 FilmDistrict will open “In the Land of Blood and Honey,” a Balkan war drama directed by Angelina Jolie, while IFC’s Sundance Selects will release “Pina,” a documentary from Wim Wenders, a past Oscar nominee for “Buena Vista Social Club.” On Christmas Day Summit Entertainment will release a 3-D science-fiction thriller, “The Darkest Hour.”

    The pileup promises rich viewing for moviegoers — and shares in theater chains like Regal Entertainment Group and Cinemark Holdings have been rising — and could change the shape of an awards season that so far has found no clear front-runner among earlier releases like “Moneyball,” “The Ides of March,” “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” “Drive” and, just this week, “J. Edgar.”

    Read more at The New York Times

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