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Daniel Miller at his kitchen table desk. Berlin Station (partial teaser)

 

HANNIBAL -- "The Great Red Dragon" Episode 308 -- Pictured: Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde -- (Photo by: Brooke Palmer/NBC)

HANNIBAL — “The Great Red Dragon” Episode 308 — Pictured: Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde — (Photo by: Brooke Palmer/NBC)

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Lucas North at his desk. Spooks/MI5, S. 8 E. 2 Source RichardArmitageCentral

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John Porter using a conference table as his desk. Strike Back, S. 1 Ep.1 Courtesy of RichardArmitage Central

 LIke Mnay of us, the kitchen table. Richard Armitage as Gary Fuller in Into the Storm. Source:RACentral

Like many of us, the kitchen table. Richard Armitage as Gary Fuller in Into the Storm. Source:RACentral

Richard Armitage as Dr. Joel White, Sleepwalker, at his really neat desk. Elliott Lester

Richard Armitage as Dr. Joel White, Sleepwalker, at his really neat desk. Elliott Lester

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Critic’s Choice Award Nominees – Two Noms. Not Quite a Shut-Out for BOTFA. ITS Goes Unnoticed

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Best Hair and Make-Up

Best Special Effects

So, this is my 1500th post – Into the Storm Receives Two “Cli Fi” Awards

Seriously, I thought about posting a picture of Richard Armitage and nothing more, or at least a post about having published 1500 posts. But no, this came up. dancing1900057_458566047608686_1957563092_n

You can learn about the Cli Fi awards here

Here’s what Into the Storm won:

The popular summer movie “Into the Storm” received two below-the-line type Hollywood awards, one for “best movie that most mirrors current climate science,” and another for “best PR campaign for a cli fi movie by a Hollywood studio.”

[ETA] thanks to RA Central, I can also report that ITS won a third award:

Movie that spoke most forcefully to the public

You can see the official list of all films and awards here

Here’s hoping that Warner Brothers will submit Into the Storm for Special Effects Oscar consideration.

Into the Storm I Tunes Extras – Not Much Richard Armitage BTS?

I’m not feeling this:
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Not that there’s much more we could hear from Richard Armitage or see BTS, what with the generosity of the promotion – but even so, the I Tunes description is super disappointing.  It doesn’t seem like there’s much new. Guess I Tunes and WB don’t want to be Armitaged.
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Crew, there’s still time to make some changes.

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Into the Storm Box Office: Doing Great in China, Korea and Mexico

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Notable: Disaster thriller Storm improved on last weekend with $14.2M across a comparable 46 markets, but on nearly double the screens with 9,100. The playdate increase was thanks to China where the film is estimated to have picked up about half of its weekend haul. Warner Bros is reporting rough flash projections of $7.6M for the Middle Kingdom three-day. The studio says it expects to be No. 1 when the dust settles, but Fox also has Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes at $7.6M and I’m hearing that Expendables 3 — whose overall overseas weekend estimate is $11.5M per Rentrak — could also eke out a No. 1 or 2 on an estimate of about $8M. We’ll know more when the actuals are tallied tomorrow.

In its 3rd frame in Korea, Into The Storm dropped 12% for a $1.9M hold on 428 screens and a local cume of $14.5M. The box office in Korea has been top-heavy with homegrown titles but has become the top-grossing ex-U.S. market for Storm. Mexico’s 2nd outing earned $1.8M from 1,040 screens for a cume of $6.5M and Australia has Storm at No. 2 for the 2nd frame with an additional $967K from 336 screens and a to-date total of $3.4M. The estimated international cume is $87.6M.