I have added 300+ Blu-Ray quality screencaps of Blake in her 2010 movie The Town.

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[2010] The Town: Screencaps: Movie

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Blake and her co-stars from The Town are on the cover of Australia’s Filmink Magazine (November 2010). If you’re in Australia you can buy it directly from newsagents. You can also purchase it by emailing your inquiry to dina@filmink.com.au :) Cover preview below!

Viewers hit The Town this weekend to make it the number one movie in North America according to early studio estimates. Ben Affleck’s well-reviewed crime drama easily fought off three other new releases and last week’s champ Resident Evil: Afterlife to secure a first place finish. Overall, numbers were decent for the weekend with the top five up a huge 60% from last weekend, the top ten up 38% from last weekend and 2.6% from last year at this time.

The Town, actor and co-writer Ben Affleck’s second directorial effort after his excellent 2007 debut Gone Baby Gone, opened to a big $8.4 million on its first Friday en route to a solid $23.8 million from 2,861 screens. For comparison, Baby opened with $5.1 million en route to a final gross of just over $20 million. Reviews were solid across the board from the national critics (and rightfully so; the film is terrific fun) and audiences liked what they saw as well, giving the Boston-based heist flick a “B+” Cinemascore Rating. The Town with co-stars Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm, Rebecca Hall and Blake Lively is the first Affleck-headlined film to debut in the top spot since 2003’s comic book movie Daredevil.

The general consensus heading into this weekend is The Town would land in either second or third place given its hard R-rating and adult-targeted audience. But with great advanced buzz and distributor Warner Brothers increasing the film’s ad campaign over the past couple of weeks, the film surged ahead of its competition on opening day and didn’t look back. Town’s debut was reminiscent of the opening for another recent Boston-based crime drama: Martin Scorsese’s The Departed. That film debuted in October of 2006 with $28.6 million en route to $132 million in ticket sales and an Oscar for Best Picture. Whether Affleck’s drama has what it takes to nab some awards love is an entirely other matter; but financially, it certainly should prove to be a big hit that will help solidify Affleck’s status as a filmmaker.


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September 11 – 2010 TIFF “The Town” Premiere