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    Croods Tops Vudu & FandangoNOW Streaming Lists

    Croods Tops Vudu & FandangoNOW Streaming Lists Croods: A New Age was the big streaming winner this week on Vudu and FandangoNOW’s charts, bumping Christopher Nolan’s Tenet from the top spot to No. 4 on both lists, respectively. Meanwhile, the Hillary Swank thriller Fatale landed in the top five on either list in its debut week; and even reached No. 2 on FandangoNOW. RELATED: Wonder Woman Stays On Top of the Weekend Box Office Elsewhere, Greenland held steady at No. 3 while Shadow in the Cloud sat right behind Croods on Vudu and just below Tenet on FandangoNOW. Love and Monsters managed to linger in the bottom three on both lists just above Mulan and Unhinged on Vudu’s list and below Let Him Go and Freaky on FandangoNOW. Vudu’s Top Ten The Croods: A New AgeShadow in the CloudGreenlandTenetFataleHonest ThiefThe War With GrandpaLove and MonstersMulanUnhinged FandangoNOW’s Top Ten The Croods: A New AgeFataleGreenlandTenetShadow in the CloudHonest ThiefThe War With GrandpaLet Him GoFreakyLove and Monsters

    3D Rendering Helps Explain Tenet’s Confusing Finale

    3D Rendering Helps Explain Tenet’s Confusing Finale Christopher Nolan’s Tenet made its digital and Blu-ray debut weeks ago, but fans are still scratching their heads at some of the film’s more complex segments. Namely, the big finale in which a specific character happens to bounce around to different points of the action in a manner that hurts the brain. Well, thanks to a carefully crafted 3D recreation of the scene by YouTube user Welby CoffeeSpill, we may finally have the answer. You can check out the video below … and hopefully, it makes sense… at least more than this crazy theory. Click here to purchase Tenet on Digital HD and on 4K Blu-ray! RELATED: Christopher Nolan & John David Washington Share Behind-the-Scenes Look at Tenet Tenet is an international espionage thriller filmed across seven countries. John David Washington (BlacKkKlansman) stars, with a supporting cast that includes Robert Pattinson (Good Time), Elizabeth Debicki (Widows), Dimple Kapadia (Fugly), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Michael Caine (The Dark Knight Rises) and Kenneth Branagh (Dunkirk). Armed with only one word—Tenet—and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist (Washington) journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real-time. Not time travel. Inversion. The director first made an impact in 2001 with his indie film Memento. His next film, Insomnia, was also a modest hit. but it wasn’t until Batman Begins hit theaters in 2005 that Nolan became a box office force in his own right. The Prestige was Nolan’s last movie to gross under $200 million worldwide. His other films include The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Interstellar, and Dunkirk. Looking to binge-watch some movies? Check out Amazon’s Director’s Collection of Christopher Nolan films here! 

    Tenet Remains Atop Quiet Box Office

    Tenet Remains Atop Quiet Box Office The domestic box office continued its sluggish march through the month of September with another mediocre showing. Per Deadline, Tenet remained atop the charts with $3.4M, down some 26% from last week, which brings its total to $41.2M at 2,850 locations in the U.S. Globally, Christopher Nolan’s epic has risen to $283.2M thanks to strong showings in China ($64.3M), UK ($19.6M), France ($18M), Germany ($14.6M) and Korea ($13.1M). Pic also collected $355K from Imax venues. RELATED: New Travis Scott Music Video Franchise Debuts With Tenet in IMAX Meanwhile, coming in at No. 5 on the box office chart was the re-release of Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back, which grossed $908,000 on 2,097 theaters. Otherwise, The New Mutants held onto the No. 2 spot with $1,147,000, and Unhinged remained at No. 3 with $1,000,000. At No. 4 was Jun-Soo Park’s Break the Silence, which earned $980K in its first week of release from 515 theaters. Meanwhile, Infidel pulled in $745,000 in the No. 6 spot and The Broken Hearts Gallery managed $470,000 at No. 7 and new releases Shortcut, Akira, The Last Shift, and Kajillionaire occupied the final four spots with $305K, $270K, $235K, and $215K, respectively.

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