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CONTENT & SERVICES

The Shooting Star Company Group includes various entertainment-based divisions. From Australia’s largest local cinema advertising network, to DStar’s multimedia post production and content delivery service to broadcasters and cinemas, to CinemaLive’s specialist distribution and marketing of live and recorded events to cinemas worldwide – look no further than Shooting Star for robust and unparalleled Production and Post-Production media products and services.

WORK

Second Act

Aquaman

Hits

Cliff Richard Live

Take That

The Merry Widow

A Star Is Born

Creed II

Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald

Robin Hood

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Fairy Tablets

Helloworld

A Christmas Carol

Pandora

Woke Yoga

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And now for this week's box office report! 🍿

Flying into the top spot for Warner Bros. Pictures is SHAZAM! with nearly $6.4 million!
Soaring into second is Dumbo! The cutest elephant of them all has taken $2.5 million for Disney.
And in third spot with $2.2 million for Universal Pictures Australia is horror flick Us.

What movies did you see this week?!
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SHAZAM! | Official Teaser Trailer | [2019]
If you want to save the world, say the magic word. ⚡️ #SHAZAM David F. Sandberg (“Annabelle: Creation”) directs New Line Cinema’s “Shazam!,” the origin story...
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Tomorrow is a big day for new releases! 🎬

Flying into cinemas is everyone's favourite elephant, Dumbo! Directed by Tim Burton, this Disney film is going to capture the hearts of adults and children alike!

A sequel to the 2014 smash hit, The LEGO Movie 2 also hits the big screen for Roadshow tomorrow! And if you thought that Everything is Awesome from the first movie got stuck in your head, wait until you hear the Catchy Song!

And on the complete opposite end of the spectrum is chilling horror Us from Universal Pictures Australia. Director Jordan Peele won an Oscar for his last film, Get Out, so this one is going to be worth seeing on the big screen!

What are you planning on seeing this week?!
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Now for this week's Box Office Report! 📽

Fighting its way into the top spot this week is Alita: Battle Angel taking in $2.9 million for 20th Century Fox.
Coming in second from Paramount Pictures is What Men Want taking nearly $1.5 million.
In third place with just over $1.4 million is Green Book from eOne Films, which nabbed the Best Picture Academy Award earlier this week!

What did you see on the big screen this week?
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Alita: Battle Angel | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX
Get Tickets Now: https://www.alitatickets.com/ From visionary filmmakers James Cameron (AVATAR) and Robert Rodriguez (SIN CITY), comes ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, a...
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What's hitting the big screen tomorrow?! 🍿

Alita: Battle Angel from 20th Century Fox smashes into cinemas, directed by Robert Rodriguez and starring Chrisoph Waltz.
From Paramount Pictures starring Taraji P. Henson is American comedy What Men Want.
Horror sequel Happy Death Day 2U also screams onto screens for Universal Pictures Australia.

What movies are you going to see this week!?
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Check out our latest Star Media Platinum Newsletter, keeping you up to date with all things cinema. 🍿
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Now for the Weekly Box Office Report! 🎬

Smashing to the top of the Box Office is superhero thriller Glass from Disney with nearly $4.7 million!
In second place with $3.5 million for Universal Pictures Australia is the next installment of How to Train Your Dragon.
And in third place is family comedy Instant Family with $3.2 million for Paramount Pictures.

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