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  1. 1973. Sergeant Neil Howie travels to the remote British isle of Summerisle to investigate the disappearance of a young girl. He would repeatedly report back to the mainland his increasing suspicion that the inhabitants of Summerisle were involved in the girl's disappearance, as well as expressing his disgust of their apparent belief in Celtic paganism. Howie is never heard from again after his final report. A police investigation reveals no traces of his whereabouts, and little evidence that the Summerisle inhabitants engaged in any acts of paganism described in Howie's reports. All that remains is the charred remains of a wickerman effigy, with no Summerisle resident ever coming forward to claim responsibility for its creation and eventual torching. Over the next fourty-seven years, Summerisle would fade into obscurity, the inhabitants themselves disappearing under mysterious circumstances sometime in the late 1970s — But the tale of Neil Howie and his supposed encounter with the wickerman has become legend in the northern British isles, and wickerman effigies have become popular staples of music festivals and other tourist attractions. One of those attractions is a full scale replica of the wickerman located in the outskirts of Leffield, Scotland. Local tale has it this wickerman is built from the remains of the original, and it carries a curse that would wreak havoc on Leffield should it ever be set ablaze. Believing the legends, some locals have gone to great lengths to protect the wickerman from being set aflame by vandals, and stories of said locals going to morbid lengths to punish those who've tried have flown about. 2020. The Isles are reeling from the effects of both Brexit and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Tourism in Leffield has dropped sharply, and the remote town is on the brink of bankruptcy. Local policeman Leigh Waxman, a distant relative to the famed Howie, does everything in his power to keep his struggling precinct afloat while battling demons of the more personal kind, a clinically diagnosed delusional disorder since childhood. With those aware of his relation to Howie often taunting him, Leigh has long sworn off wanting anything to do with the wickerman tale, whether he believes in the curse or not — But when local councilmen suggest actually setting the effigy ablaze during the Halloween celebrations in a last ditch effort to attract tourism to the area, the debate sets off a chain of strange happenstances and disappearances, forcing Leigh and the rest of his precinct to confront the matter firsthand. Is the wickerman curse real, or is it just a series of peculiar coincidences? Will Leigh's delusions hinder his investigation, and will the legend of the curse sever his ability to tell what's real and what's not? And is the town of Leffield hiding something deeper than any single individual could have knowledge of? With Leffield at the brink of ruin and the end of October fast approaching, the time for the Wicker Man to rise again may soon be nigh. Cookie Pictures presents A Lynne Ramsay film Starring David Tennant as Leigh Waxman Let the ceremony commence October 25th Y8
  2. They won’t cancel the opening because of Disneyland. They would if Universal and SeaWorld decide to close again.
  3. Same way it's going wrong for Sea World, Universal and Busch Gardens right now. (Seriously, people should look up videos on how they've been operating for the past month, it's... not pretty.)
  4. These will be updated continually. DOM: WW:
  5. December 22-25 (Christmas Weekend) “Lantern” Leads Crowded Christmas Frame Green Lantern Corps: Home - $49,015,445 / $69,118,545 (-60.0%) (2nd weekend) The Ends of the Universe - $41,015,446 / $56,625,773 (1st weekend) Temple Run - $22,224,554 / $33,367,198 / $42,155,788 (1st weekend) Until Dawn - $8,714,733 / $13,058,774 (-63.2%) (2nd weekend) Making Waves 2 - $7,045,774 / $11,693,337 (1st weekend) Birdwing - $5,956,882 / $8,872,066 (-45.3%) (5th weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $4,011,694 / $5,819,005 (-40.4%) (8th weekend) The Gift of Life - $4,009,187 / $6,011,876 (-33.3%) (2nd weekend) Tower of Babylon - $3,300,055 / $4,801,686 (-50.7%) (5th weekend) Notorious - $2,477,045 / $3,598,105 (-38.8%) (6th weekend) Top 10 gross: $147,770,815 (-22.6%) December 29-January 1 (New Year's Weekend) “Lantern” Guides Box Office Into the New Year, “Disappointment” Lives Up to Its Name Green Lantern Corps: Home - $52,117,884 / $66,365,099 (+6.3%) (3rd weekend) The Ends of the Universe - $40,365,022 / $51,489,012 (-1.6%) (2nd weekend) Temple Run - $25,842,550 / $34,084,762 (+16.3%) (2nd weekend) Until Dawn - $11,110,774 / $14,197,554 (+27.5%) (3rd weekend) Making Waves 2 - $8,865,004 / $11,804,494 (+25.8%) (2nd weekend) Birdwing - $8,189,985 / $11,098,567 (+37.5%) (6th weekend) The Gift of Life - $6,102,664 / $8,239,005 (+50.0%) (3rd weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $5,623,066 / $7,447,885 (+40.2%) (9th weekend) Tower of Babylon - $4,251,965 / $5,607,994 (+28.8%) (6th weekend) Notorious - $3,562,074 / $4,724,005 (+43.8%) (7th weekend) The Disappointment - $3,551,004 / $4,619,005 / $8,015,114 (1st weekend) Top 10 gross: $166,030,988 (+12.4%)
  6. December 1-3 "Birdwing" Tops Quiet Frame, "Blakk" Louder than “Word” Birdwing - $32,176,505 (-56.5%) (2nd weekend) Tower of Babylon - $20,799,585 (-54.6%) (2nd weekend) Notorious - $10,496,187 (-47.8%) (3rd weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $7,197,582 (+125.6%) (5th weekend) The Written Word - $7,022,665 (1st weekend) Toons V Reality - $7,005,196 (-55.0%) (5th weekend) Megalo Box - $5,180,224 (-48.2%) (7th weekend) Laika - $1,279,884 (-54.4%) (10th weekend) Countdown City - $1,250,665 (-46.2%) (9th weekend) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater - $806,778 (-55.3%) (9th weekend) Top 10 gross: $93,215,271 (-47.5%) December 8-10 “Wii” Not in the Mood to Play Birdwing - $20,814,862 (-35.3%) (3rd weekend) Tower of Babylon - $13,598,441 (-34.6%) (3rd weekend) Wii Play - $11,220,145 (1st weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $10,105,287 (+40.4%) (6th weekend) Notorious - $6,591,864 (-37.2%) (4th weekend) Toons v Reality - $5,411,866 (-22.7%) (6th weekend) The Written Word - $5,109,144 (-27.2%) (2nd weekend) Megalo Box - $4,349,783 (-16.0%) (8th weekend) Laika - $1,119,855 (-12.5%) (11th weekend) Countdown City - $1,001,854 (-19.9%) (10th weekend) Top 10 gross: $79,323,101 (-14.9%) December 15-17 “Lantern” Shines Bright in Blackest Night, Brings December Box Office Home Green Lantern Corps: Home - $122,691,655 (1st week) Until Dawn - $23,704,110 (1st week) Birdwing - $10,901,866 (-47.6%) (4th weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $6,730,191 (-33.4%) (7th weekend) Tower of Babylon - $6,699,765 (-50.7%) (4th weekend) The Gift of Life - $6,010,005 (1st weekend) Wii Play - $4,219,105 (-62.4%) (2nd weekend) Notorious - $4,050,117 (-38.6%) (5th weekend) Toons v Reality - $3,017,542 (-44.2%) (7th weekend) The Written World - $3,001,865 (-41.2%) (3rd weekend) Top 10 gross: $191,026,221 (+140.8%)
  7. November 3-5 “Toons” Reach a Settlement, “Megalo” Battles On Toons v Reality - $53,186,550 (1st weekend) Megalo Box - $31,544,695 (-30.0%) (3rd weekend) Laika - $8,030,126 (+95.8%) (6th weekend) Countdown City - $7,810,077 (-23.9%) (5th weekend) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater - $5,307,218 (-45.7%) (5th weekend) The Layover - $4,250,249 (-39.4%) (4th weekend) The Turkey Squad - $3,301,265 (-67.5%) (2nd weekend) Banjo-Kazooie - $2,127,866 (-55.3%) (8th weekend) Dawn of the Last Six - $1,540,925 (-30.5%) (7th weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $511,796 (1st weekend) Adult Swim Bomb Scare Non-Fiction Documentary For Theaters - $288,966 (2nd weekend) Top 10 gross: $117,610,767 (+18.1%) November 10-12 “Toons” Wins Easy Case, “Barbeque” Fried on Uneventful Weekend Toons v Reality - $35,101,767 (-34.0%) (2nd weekend) Megalo Box - $24,019,389 (-23.9%) (4th weekend) Countdown City - $5,211,866 (-33.3%) (6th weekend) Laika - $5,098,105 (-36.7%) (7th weekend) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater - $4,318,962 (-18.6%) (6th weekend) American Barbeque - $4,206,765 (1st weekend) The Layover - $3,005,787 (-29.3%) (5th weekend) Adult Swim Bomb Scare Non-Fiction Documentary For Theaters - $2,106,214 (+628.9%) (3rd weekend) Banjo-Kazooie - $1,910,553 (-10.2%) (9th weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,405,145 (+174.5%) (2nd weekend) Top 10 gross: $103,484,553 (-12.0%) November 17-19 “Toons” Awarded Treble, “Notorious” Reputable Toons v Reality - $26,550,191 (-24.4%) (3rd weekend) Notorious - $24,672,949 (1st weekend) Megalo Box - $14,715,966 (-38.7%) (5th weekend) Tower of Babylon (Limited IMAX Release) - $10,012,685 Countdown City - $4,550,115 (-12.7%) (7th weekend) Red Flavor - $4,401,196 (1st weekend) Laika - $3,040,135 (-40.4%) (8th weekend) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater - $2,830,551 (-34.5%) (7th weekend) Ms Blakk 4 President - $2,317,773 (+64.9%) (3rd weekend) The Layover - $1,650,501 (-45.1%) (6th weekend) Top 10 gross: $94,742,062 (-8.4%) November 22-26 (Thanksgiving) “Birdwing” Soars, “Babylon” Supports In Second Birdwing - $74,015,966 / $110,502,245 (1st weekend) Tower of Babylon - $45,855,014 / $67,100,786 (1st weekend) Notorious - $20,110,794 / $29,200,785 (-18.5%) (2nd weekend) Toons v Reality - $15,580,196 / $22,005,688 (-41.3%) (4th weekend) Megalo Box - $10,005,212 / $14,151,169 (-32.0%) (6th weekend) Ms. Blakk 4 President - $3,190,583 / $4,650,119 (+37.7%) (4th weekend) Laika - $2,811,745 / $4,075,107 (-7.5%) (9th weekend) Countdown City - $2,323,665 / $3,375,001 (-48.9%) (8th weekend) Red Favor - $2,011,777 / $2,850,235 (-54.3%) (2nd weekend) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater - $1,805,772 / $2,631,116 (-36.2%) (8th weekend) Top 10 gross: $177,710,724 (+87.6%)
  8. Laika The Scavenger Wars Part III Hilda and the Midnight Giant Fatal Attraction Countdown City Green Lantern Corps: Home Notorious Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy Megalo Box Toons v Reality The Ends of the Universe Tongues Snow Leopards Roman Fever Should You Imagine? Banjo-Kazooie Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater The Final Cut Birdwing Ms. Blakk 4 President Until Dawn The First Month The Long Way Home Attack on Titan Tower of Babylon
  9. #5 #4 And I think it's no secret that the #1 is...
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