With huge thanks to my lovely friend Gabby, I’ve uploaded over 500 photos of Shailene attending the MTV Movie Awards last Sunday (April 12). There is no doubt that Shai was the star of the show, taking home three awards including Best Female Performance for The Fault in Our Stars, Best Kiss (also for TFiOS and shared with Ansel Elgort), and also the Trailblazer Award, which was presented to her by Miles Teller. Many congratulations to her, and apologies, once again for my lateness in adding these photos!
At long last I have added scans from Shailene’s full editorial (and accompanying interview) in Nylon to the gallery. You’ve no doubt seen these already by now, but for those who haven’t, enjoy!
I’m a little late adding this, but if you haven’t already, be sure to check out this brand new photo of Shailene and co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt from the set of Snowden in Washington. Nice to see some official photography so early into the production.
VARIETY – “Insurgent” edged past “Cinderella” at the foreign box office to capture first place on the overseas charts with $47 million.
However, the princess story still managed to put up impressive numbers, picking up $41.1 million over the weekend and pushing “Cinderella” to $253.1 million globally. Among notable openings, “Cinderella” bowed to $2.5 million in South Korea, debuted to $1.2 million in Argentina and premiered to $900,000 in Colombia.
In China, “Cinderella” has made $52.4 million in two weeks, making it the second-largest Disney live-action release behind only “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.”
Domestically, “Insurgent” opened to $54 million, missing estimates that had it debuting to between $57 million and $60 million. The positive news for Lionsgate, the studio behind the futuristic adventure, is that its foreign numbers are topping those of its predecessor “Divergent,” outpacing the earlier film by more than 30%.
DreamWorks Animation got a jump start on its stateside rollout of “Home,” debuting the alien adventure to $19.2 million in nine markets, including the United Kingdom where it earned $9.3 million to become the studio’s biggest opening in the country. It also had strong openings in Russia with $4.2 million, Spain with $2.4 million and Australia with $2.3 million.
The company could use a hit after the failures of “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” and “Penguins of Madagascar” led to costly write downs and pledges to rein in spending. “Home” touches down in the U.S. on March 27.
In China, “Taken 3? picked up $18 million, bringing its global total to $312.9 million and capturing fourth place on the foreign charts. Fifth place was nabbed by the human trafficking drama “Lost and Love,” which earned the bulk of its $16.2 million haul in China.