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That was cool. I love behind the scenes stuff. I'm excited to see the behind the scenes stuff with the Alice In Wonderland. Kudos. :D
According to Los Angeles Times, Alice is still a big hit!:""Alice in Wonderland" doesn't have to worry this weekend about getting taken down by a bounty hunter, repo man or wimpy kid.Walt Disney Studios' 3-D blockbuster "Alice" is sure to top the box-office charts for the third consecutive weekend, while four movies opening in wide release all jockey for position behind it.After its $116-million premiere in the U.S. and Canada, director Tim Burton's "Alice" declined a relatively modest 46% on its second weekend to $62 million. It should fall a bit less on its third weekend, which would put ticket sales at about $35 million to $40 million. "Alice" has racked up more than $221 million domestically and about the same amount overseas."" Read about it here: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-ct-projector19-2010mar19,0,6114470.story
What a great remake of a classic! If you're like me and want to know more about the movies that you have seen, or are going to see then you should go here: http://watchindiana.tv/2010/03/moviemark-rates-box-office-hit-alice-in-wonderland/Comcast customers can watch any time on demand at no extra charge.
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