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Behind the scenes of “Surprise!”, the official trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.

Robert Downey Jr. behind the scenes of “Surprise!”, the live-action trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, directed by Guy Ritchie (x).

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"Surprise"—Official Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Live Action Trailer directed by Guy Ritchie, featuring Robert Downey Jr.

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"Guy Ritchie has helmed the third installment of Activision’s live action "There’s a Soldier In All of Us" campaign (featuring Robert Downey Jr.), which bows with a 60-second spot during tonight’s "Monday Night Football" to promote the latest "Call of Duty" videogame, "Black Ops II." Game bows Nov. 13."

(Source: Variety)

(OLD) MINI ROUND-UP: ‘A Game of Shadows’ Rome press conference.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows DVD/Blu-ray sales

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was #1 on the DVD and Blu-ray sales charts on its first and second weeks of release.

On its first week (ending on June 17), 1.5 million Blu-ray units and 1.25 million DVD units were sold.  On its second week, it sold 497K DVD units and 444K Blu-ray units.  

Cumulative earnings generated in the last two weeks are estimated to be $44.59M from Blu-ray sales (1.9M units total), $26.1M in DVD sales (1.75M units total).

Comparatively, the first Sherlock Holmes film sold 1.4M DVD units (generating $24M) in its first two weeks of home video release. Blu-ray sales data not available.

(Source: The Numbers)

Reminder that the DVD/Blu-ray of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows will be released in North America next Tuesday, June 12, 2012.

Front and back covers of the Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows DVD.


'A Game of Shadows' outgrosses first film in franchise:

Warner Bros said today that Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows has surpassed $529 million in global box office. That surpasses the $524.4 million taken in by the first film in the franchise, 2009′s Sherlock Holmes. 

Not that the studio and Village Roadshow needs justification for a third pic in the series — Sherlock Holmes 3 already has set Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3) to pen the next installment that will bring back Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law for Guy Ritchie to direct. 

A Game Of Shadows this past weekend upped its cumes to $186.7 million domestic and $324.3 million overseas. “Our successful box office continues to prove the appeal of Sherlock Holmes, especially in the hands of guy Ritchie and his amazing cast, led by Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law,” Warners domestic distribution president Dan Fellman said. “The film had outstanding results throughout the holidays and continued to gain traction well into 2012.”

(read Warner Bros.’ official press release here)

(Source: Deadline)