"Tron: Legacy" passes the $100 million mark
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Published: 12/31/2010 6:15 PM
Print this article Although the recent snowstorm along the East Coast proved to be a downer for the box office this past weekend, it appears as though one recent release is faring relatively well in theaters. According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Tron: Legacy" has officially passed the $100 million mark domestically.
The news source reports that a quarter of the movie ticket receipts have been coming in from IMAX theaters around the country, an astonishing statistic considering the "Tron" sequel is only being shown in 235 IMAX theaters.
Nevertheless, it appears as though these figures contribute to the notion of 2010 being a red-letter year for Jeff Bridges. This past February the actor won an Oscar for his performance in the 2009 independent gem "Crazy Heart," and he's currently garnering endless praise for his performance in the Joel and Ethan Coen's "True Grit."
Bridges has earned four other Academy Award nominations throughout his illustrious career, including a nod for the drama-thriller "The Contender."
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