We geeks have JJ Abrams to thank for a lot of things. Many people found TV again through his co-creation Lost. He also gave people Alias, Felicity and America’s own badass giant monster in Cloverfield.
More often than not, project box office numbers usually fall a little short when Monday's comes and the real numbers hit, but "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" actually undershot its opening weekend predictions.
Let me set the scene for my viewing of the new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" flick. I watched the film at a theater that was two and a half hours away from my home as I had a road trip that gave me some time to kill.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" proved that you need a little more than just the 'force' to bring in over $500 million worldwide for its opening weekend. Having a hugely popular franchise (even with the last three films sucking)
With a marketing campaigns that seems to be as big or bigger than it's budget, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has hit the big screen and proven to make up for some of the previous outings putting both theatergoers and theater owners in the holiday spirit.
With the release date for arguably the most anticipated movie of the year, Star Wars: The Force Awakens now here, IMAX has put out an all-new featurette showing how IMAX cameras and technology were used in the creation of the film.
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