Author: Bobby Bale

Bobby Bale is an entertainment blogger known for his engaging content. With a deep passion for the world of entertainment, he shares captivating insights and updates through his blog, providing readers with a delightful and informative experience.

The top-rated movies of 2024 don’t include the big-budget films that have been most popular at the theaters this year. Critics say these movies are still worth watching, and some can be streamed online. The highest-rated movie of 2024 on Metacritic, released in the U.S., was the Romanian dark comedy titled “Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World,” earning a score of 95 out of 100. “Do Not Expect” made nearly $74,000 at the U.S. box office, mainly because it had a limited release in theaters, according to Box Office Mojo. Another highly-rated film on Metacritic…

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Disney and Pixar’s sequel “Inside Out 2” has joined the billion-dollar club. It’s earned over $1.014 billion worldwide as of last Sunday, making it the highest-earning film of 2024. It’s also the first film since Warner Bros.’ “Barbie” to surpass $1 billion at the global box office. Michael O’Leary, president and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners, praised Disney’s ‘Inside Out 2’ for reaching $1 billion quicker than any animated film ever. He congratulated the movie on its impressive global success, highlighting how audiences worldwide enjoy compelling, entertaining films, especially on the big screen. Reaching the billion-dollar milestone…

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An exceptionally rare and valuable album, which only a few have ever heard, is set to be displayed at an Australian gallery, offering the public a glimpse of its exclusive tracks. Housed in an ornate silver box, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” – recorded in secret by the Wu-Tang Clan over six years – was designed to be a piece of fine art. Only a single CD copy exists. The record by the pioneering hip-hop group is the most expensive ever sold. Currently, it is on loan to Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona). Over 10 days…

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On Wednesday, the TICKET Act was approved by the House in a 388-24 vote. This act mandates that ticket sellers must display the total prices, including fees, upfront to consumers. Additionally, it ensures refunds in case of event cancellations or postponements. The bill must still undergo the process of approval in the Senate and subsequently receive the president’s signature to be enacted into law. However, the strong support it garnered in the House bodes well for its prospects. This legislative effort follows the Ticketmaster controversy surrounding ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, during which the ticket-selling platform abruptly terminated…

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Best picture American FictionAnatomy of a FallBarbieThe HoldoversKillers of the Flower MoonMaestroOppenheimer – WINNERPast LivesPoor ThingsThe Zone of Interest Best actor in a leading role Bradley Cooper – MaestroColman Domingo – RustinPaul Giamatti – The HoldoversCillian Murphy – Oppenheimer – WINNERJeffrey Wright – American Fiction Best actor in a supporting role Sterling K Brown – American FictionRobert De Niro – Killers of the Flower MoonRobert Downey Jr – Oppenheimer – WINNERRyan Gosling – BarbieMark Ruffalo – Poor Things Best actress in a leading role Annette Bening – NyadLily Gladstone – Killers of the Flower MoonSandra Hüller – Anatomy of a FallCarey Mulligan – MaestroEmma Stone – Poor Things –…

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Taylor Swift is getting ready to drop her 11th album. During her acceptance speech at the 2024 Grammy Awards for winning the best pop vocal album with “Midnights” from 2022, Swift shared that a new album called “The Tortured Poets Department” is set to be released on April 19. While on stage, she mentioned, “This marks my 13th Grammy, and you know that’s my lucky number, right? I might not have mentioned it before.” Swift’s Album Unveiling and Thankful Moments Expressing gratitude, she acknowledged the Recording Academy members for their votes, emphasizing that their decisions mirror the fans’ passion. Swift…

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Christopher Nolan’s impressive American drama “Oppenheimer” is the standout at the 81st Golden Globes, where both “Succession” and “The Bear” are also receiving several awards. “Oppenheimer,” a strong contender for the Academy Awards, secured four major wins. These include best director for Nolan, best drama actor for Cillian Murphy, best supporting actor for Robert Downey Jr., and Ludwig Göransson’s score. During the Golden Globes, Robert Downey Jr. expressed gratitude to the journalists, saying, “Thank you for changing your game, and consequently, your name.” The Golden Globes were celebrating their 81st year, but things were uncertain. Following a turbulent period with…

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Warner Bros. Discovery had a really happy Christmas. Their latest movie, “The Color Purple,” made $18.15 million at the box office. This is the best opening on Christmas Day since 2009 and the second-best ever. The movie did better than “Les Misérables” in 2012, According to The Hollywood Reporter, the $18.1 million earned in North American theaters makes the Blitz Bazawule-directed musical the largest Christmas opening since 2009. The record ($24.6 million) remains that year’s Sherlock Holmes starring Robert Downey Jr. Top Christmas Day Openers at the Domestic Box Office Warner Bros. Discovery dominated the box office during the holiday…

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Taylor Swift has been nominated for a Golden Globe for her Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film! This means she could win an award at the Golden Globe Awards this year for the film’s cinematic and box office success. The category she’s nominated in is new for 2024. Other nominees in this category include Barbie and Oppenheimer, which have nine and eight nominations, respectively. Swift is also competing with The Super Mario Bros. Movie, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1, John Wick: Chapter 4, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for the award. Taylor…

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The film industry is one of the most expensive businesses globally. It has been making more money over time, but the costs of making movies have also gone up. This is because of new technology and the higher expectations from viewers and filmmakers. Many of the movies on this list are from recent years. Big Hollywood companies like Disney, Amazon, and Universal are buying and using smaller film companies. This is a big reason why Disney owns many of the movies on this list. Just to be clear, the movies on this list are all finished and available for the…

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