Consistent with industry expectations, “Les Miserables” has been raking in some serious box office numbers since its theatrical release on Christmas Day.
The Hugh Jackman-starring musical film adaptation of the Broadway classic netted total ticket sales of $58.6 million in the past two days, including $28.3 million internationally and $30.3 in the States.
Drumming up hype for "A Good Day to Die Hard," Twentieth Century Fox released the first TV spot for the film.
Starring Bruce Willis, the flick follows John McClane as he travels to Russia to help out his son, Jack, only to discover that Jack is a CIA operative working to prevent a nuclear weapon heist. The two must join forces to combat evil.
She certainly leads an interesting life and, now, Lady Gaga is going to share even more of it with her fans.
In a Christmas day tweet, the "Born This Way" diva announced some exciting news, penning, “Merry Christmas little monsters! Terry Richardson @Terry_World is making a #LadyGagaMOVIE documenting my life, the creation of ARTPOP + you!”