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film continues to work its wizardry while Side Effects and Welcome to the Punch follow the yellow brick road to the topThe winnerFacing relatively weak fresh competition from new releases, Oz the Great and Powerful managed a decent hold, declining 30% from the previous weekend for a 10-day total of £7.7m.
That's enough for eighth place among 2013 releases so far, behind Les Misérables (£39.9m), Wreck-It Ralph (£22.0m), Django Unchained (£15.4m),
The Impossible (£13.2m), A Good Day to Die Hard (£10.6m), Lincoln (£8.5m) and Quartet (£8.2m).
Oz is certain to overtake the last three in that list, and Disney will be hoping for a lot better than that, especially with Easter still to come. But it's clear that the film is nowhere in the same league commercially as Oz producer Joe Roth's Alice in Wonderland, which reached

a hefty £37.8m here in 2010.Not
recorded in the official takings for the weekend are Saturday and Sunday previews of The Croods, from DreamWorks Animation. Believed to be in the £1.7m
zone, the caveman film will have

provided strong competition

to Oz in matinee slots. Comic Relief on Friday also

presented a challenge to all films in the market, especially family-skewing fare such as Oz.The


casualty listNot counting The Croods previews, three new titles arrived on 300-plus screens, and all disappointed.
London cops-and-robbers thriller Welcome to the Punch did best of the bunch, which is remarkable given that it debuted on just £460,000. That's the lowest tally for a third-placed film since July 2010, when World Cup football was still laying waste to UK cinemagoing.
It's also the weakest box-office for a new entry since Christmas 2011, when Bollywood picture Don 2 led a notably meagre field of fresh

product.Distributor Momentum will be disappointed with the result for Punch, which stars James McAvoy and Mark Strong, but it could have been worse.
Warners had an even lower number to

contend with for its warring-magician comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, starring Steve Carell and Jim Carrey.
Delivering weekend takings of £306,000 from 386 cinemas, and a puny screen average of £793, the result suggests that in the notoriously fickle market for big-screen comedy, affection for these toplined stars has significantly waned. The premise and cumbersome title may also have represented negatives for audiences.Taking
up the rear is Red Dawn, a remake of the 1984 US invasion actioner, arriving belatedly having filmed in 2009 and then become stuck in legal limbo. Despite a cast including Thor's Chris Hemsworth and The Hunger Games' Josh Hutcherson, this slice of gung-ho US patriotism always looked a tough sell in the UK, and new player Koch Media may not be too disappointed with £255,000 from 341 cinema, and a £749 average.The survivorWhile the new entrants floundered,

and most existing titles fell by significant amounts, the shining exception proved to be Steven Soderbergh's Side Effects, down just 15%. Either, uniquely in the market, its audience was not at all interested in Comic Relief or Six Nations rugby or, more plausibly, the film is enjoying strong word of mouth among cinemagoers.Crash

and burnHaving landed in 33rd place on its opening weekend with just £19,200 from 105 cinemas, Fire with Fire predictably plummeted in its second session.
Now languishing in 77th place, having shed the majority of its initial sites, the Josh Duhamel action film fell by a calamitous 96%, with second-frame takings of £850 from 13 venues, delivering a £65 average. The transfer to DVD can't arrive soon enough.The
alternativesWhile the wide releases fared pretty dismally, films the truth about six pack abs review fewer than 100 screens in many cases performed just as badly. The Paperboy achieved a

screen average of £1,730, which on a typical weekend would hardly be a cause for riotous celebration, especially

since you would expect decent numbers when the rollout is limited to 82 carefully selected cinemas. However, since that's the third highest average in the market, credit is due

to distributor Lionsgate. A debut of £142,000 was enough for 13th place, with 58% of the total earned in the generously defined London and West End regions. Strong marketable elements included stars Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey and Nicole Kidman, while an attractive poster successfully communicated a sexy, lurid, steamy drama with strong critical endorsement.
In fact, reviews were highly mixed, with a Metacritic score of just 45/100.A
documentary about the 1945 Labour government's creation of the welfare state may not suggest itself as an easy

sell at cinemas, but add the cachet of esteemed director Ken Loach and The Spirit of '45 had more than a fighting chance.
Released on 17

screens, the film took around £18,000 on Friday and Saturday before surging on Sunday thanks to a live post-screening Q+A with Loach, beamed into 49 cinemas from London's Ritzy Brixton.
That was enough to deliver a healthy three-day tally of £78,000 (or £83,000 including previews).Other limited releases fared less well.
Horror remake Maniac, shot from the POV of killer Elijah Wood, disappointed with £21,400 from 53 sites, plus previews. Vinyl, based on the true story of veteran Welsh rockers the Alarm inventing a fictitious band to front their latest recordings, floundered, with £9,800 from 60 venues, plus previews. Best results were in Wales. In arthouses, Beyond the Hills, with £16,100 from 15 cinemas, plus £2,800 previews, failed to match the debut of Romanian director Cristian Mungiu's 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, which began its run in January 2008 with £67,000 from 22 sites, plus £13,000 in previews.
Beyond the Hills may have fared better via the Curzon on Demand home-viewing platform, but those figures are not released. The admired Shell, with £9,700 (plus previews) from 12 cinemas, arguably represented one specialised release too many. Scotland, where the intimate drama is set, delivered 51% of the total.The
futureSince those Croods previews were not included in official tallies, the frame overall placed a dismal 51st out of 52 in the league table of weekend takings for the past year. Box-office is 34% down on the equivalent session from 2012, when The Devil Inside, 21 Jump Street, We Bought a Zoo and Contraband all re-energized the market. It's also a troubling 53% down on average weekend box-office for the past year. Cinema bookers are now pinning their hopes on Melissa McCarthy comedy Identity Thief, which has already grossed $124m in the US. And of course The Croods, the first DreamWorks

Animation title to go out through 20th Century Fox, already looks a slam-dunk. Joining the fight for the Easter audience is Bryan Singer's pricey Jack the Giant Slayer, starring Nicholas Hoult and Ewan McGregor, while Nicolas Cage vehicle Stolen aims to challenge the notion that cinema audiences are generally looking for something fresh and different.Top
10 films1. Oz the Great and Powerful, £2,609,465 from 539 sites.
Total: £7,683,6992.
Side Effects, £759,363 from 371 sites. Total: £2,277,8613. Welcome to the Punch, £460,250 from 370 sites (New)4. Wreck-It Ralph, £426,343 from 458 sites.
Total: £21,995,9495.
Parker, £308,335 from 276 sites.
Total: £1,229,8896.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, £305,936 from 386 sites (New)7. Mama, £266,521 from 299 sites.
Total: £5,054,6838. Red Dawn, £255,448 from 341 sites (New)9. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, £221,452 from 270 sites. Total: £3,178,31710. The Guilt Trip, £157,016 from 284 sites. Total: £814,530Other openersThe Paperboy, 82 sites, £141,881The Spirit of 45, 43 sites, £77,717 (+ £5,511 previews)Maniac, 53 sites, £21,384 (+ £6,943 previews)Paradesi, 20 sites, £19,635Beyond the Hills, 15 sites, £16,148

(+ £2,803 previews)Vinyl, 60 sites, £9,758 TradeMiner previews)Shell, 12 sites, £9,724 (+ £5,111 previews)Earthbound, 11 sites, £2,676Michael H Profession: Director, 6 sites, £950Science fiction and fantasyAction and adventureFilm industrySteve CarellJim CarreyJames McAvoySteven SoderberghSam RaimiJames FrancoMichelle WilliamsCharles Gantguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies.
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Boy made a belated New York City debut on Friday; its album, “Mutual Friends,” is newly released here but has been available in Europe since 2011. My daughter is with us for the holidays, having survived her first barrage of law school exams in California. The exams were longer and more difficult than anything I ever had as a graduate student in Chinese studies. But her professors allowed students to have notes with them. This got my attent...
Hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean was shot in the hand Saturday night on the eve of Haiti's tense presidential runoff vote, but he has since been treated and released from a local hospital, according to his publicist. Thanks to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.),
the "Harlem Shake" has reached congressional campaigns. McConnell's reelection team has put out a video of volunteers jumping up and down to the song "Harlem Shake" by Baueer, joining an Internet meme that has spawned many, many viral (or at attempts at viral) videos. This one starts with a man in a suit wearing a McConnell mask; the other participants are in patriotic garb — except for the guy in the pink tutu. Read full article >> At Seattle’s fanciest restaurant, it’s the simplest salad that stands out. Woman charged with gross negligence manslaughter after death of Lydia Bishop in York in September last yearA woman has been charged with manslaughter following the death of a three-year-old girl in a nursery playground.Lydia Bishop died in an incident at York College nursery on 17 September last year.North Yorkshire police said on Friday they had charged a 24-year-old woman with gross negligence manslaughter.
She will appear in court next week.They
said York College would be summonsed to court for alleged health and safety breaches.The
woman, who has not been named but is understood to have been a member of staff at the nursery, will appear before York magistrates court on Monday 8 April.Lydia suffered serious injuries in the outdoor play area on her first day at the nursery.Emergency services were called and she was taken to York district hospital, where she was pronounced dead.Her death was described as

"absolutely devastating" by the college at the time and the nursery, which opened in 2007, was permanently closed.Detective Chief Inspector Nigel Costello, of North Yorkshire police, said on Friday: "This has been a very distressing case for everyone involved, not least for Lydia's family who have suffered an extremely tragic loss."Our thoughts are with them and specially trained officers continue to support them through this very difficult time."The
matter is now in the hands of the criminal justice system and we await the outcome of any subsequent court proceedings."ChildrenCrimeguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies.
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