‘Gravity’ hits $1.3bn worldwide – Variety

A new comedy film starring Kristen Wiig and Zach Galifianakis has hit the $1 billion mark in its second week, becoming the second film to cross the billion mark.

The $1bn-grossing comedy, Gravity, is one of the year’s biggest hits and is a direct sequel to the 2011 blockbuster Gravity.

The film also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Mark Ruffalo and Tom Hanks.

The comedy follows the adventures of two high school seniors who meet on a school playground and fall in love.

The pair eventually move in together, with one of them ending up in the medical centre.

The other stays at home and is forced to get a new job.

Gravity was released on December 13, 2016 and grossed $1,858,000 in its opening weekend, bringing its domestic total to $3.1bn.

What you need to know about the new Pixar movies:

The release of the new animated film “Inside Out” is scheduled for Tuesday, the day before Disney’s “The Jungle Book” is released on Dec. 15.

The release of both films, based on the Pixar books “Toy Story” and “Frozen,” comes as Disney and Pixar continue to face intense scrutiny over the way the films depict children’s themes.

A report by The New York Times published in November, which called the films “toxic” for children, prompted the company to reverse course and release the new films.

In a statement Monday, Disney said the film’s themes “are inclusive and include the diverse communities of our people, while also being respectful of the experiences of all people.”

“We have not taken a position on the book or movie’s content.

The company does not endorse or oppose the book’s content,” Disney said.

“We are grateful that the new film is being released as soon as possible.

We are excited to bring the films together for the first time in 2019, and are looking forward to seeing how audiences respond.”

The new films are not the first animated feature to focus on diverse audiences.

In 2016, “Inside out” featured an African-American lead in the role of an African American woman in a white, middle-class household.

The film was the first Disney film to include an African, Latino, Asian and Native American lead.

When you can’t be lazy and buy a movie, you can be lazy at the cinema

What do you do when you can no longer be lazy?

You do what you love, right?

Well, according to a new study from research company IHS, that’s exactly what you do.

IHS surveyed 2,000 US adults, who were asked to complete a series of questions to find out what they’d do in the event of a pandemic.

It was the most extensive survey ever done into the behaviour of US consumers, and found that a whopping 93% of respondents would buy a new movie if the option was available, while just 1% said they’d be “frugal” in the hope of buying a film of their own.

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Kevin Costner and Jason Statham talk Kevin Costners movie script

Kevin Costellos and Jason Staheen are on the phone again.

The duo talk about their movie, ‘Bees’ script, and more.

The pair were talking about how they both grew up with Kevin as their dad, Jason Stahelens.

The two were talking and they were talking, which was kind of like a little brotherly bond that the boys have.

It’s like a brotherly love.

And they’ve got this amazing chemistry that they have.

They are really good buddies.

So, I think that it’s kind of cool that we are talking about this movie again.

And it’s also cool that I’m doing this, too.

You know, I love it when people talk about the movie.

I love when people are talking.

So I just love talking about it.

We talked a little bit last week about how much we like the script, how much the script was meant to be.

We’re really happy with it, too, in the sense that we feel like we have the right story there and I think we’re going to find a way to tell it.

So we’ve been talking about a little over a year now.

It was a big year for ‘Bones,’ a big season for ‘The Hunger Games,’ and the new season, too; and we’re all looking forward to that.

We just love each other and we love working with each other.

And I think it’s just really fun that we’re having that.