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McCarthy finally breaks silence after New York Observer's critic Rex Reed made offensive comments about her weight, saying that the movie critic 'is swimming in so much hate.'
The R-rated comedy beats such newcomers as 'Snitch' and 'Dark Skies' during the slow weekend amid the 85th Academy Awards ceremony.
Additionally, the studio's chairman Adam Fogelson reveals that 'Fifty Shades of Grey' will hit theaters in summer 2014 but without Angelina Jolie as the director.
Though the winter storm paralyzes most of New England, the R-rated comedy starring Melissa McCarthy performs beyond expectation by scoring one of the biggest openings for an R-rated comedy film.
Rex Reed of New York Observer also calls the 'Bridesmaids' actress 'a gimmick comedian who has devoted her short career to being obese and obnoxious with equal success.'
Jason gets into trouble as he tries to chase down troublesome Melissa, who steals his identity to live a splendid life in Miami.
Snoot Entertainment has secured the rights to "Identity Theft" to develop it as its first live-action film project.