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'It's ongoing. I know the clock is ticking,' the director said about the urgency of making a sequel to the Hugh Jackman starrer.
The Hugh Jackman-starring family film rules the chart two weeks in a row, defeating the Julianne Hough dance remake movie which performs below the expectation.
Grossing $27.3 million, the Hugh Jackman-starring robot-boxing film earns twice more than George Clooney's political drama to claim the champion title.
Lilly dazzles in a white flowing gown, while Jackman looks sleek in a dark suit as they hit the red carpet that also sees celebrity guests like Chord Overstreet, Nikki Reed and Matt Lanter.
The short preview shows two robots fighting on a ring with one of them crashing onto the ground after being hit by the other.
Titled 'Main Event', the video highlights how Charlie Kenton and his son find a wasted robot in a junkyard before they transform it into a championship contender on robot boxing ring.
The video follows Hugh Jackman's character who reluctantly works together with his son.
The studio, DreamWorks, relies on the strong response given during early screen tests and probably, guts.
In separate videos, Noisy Boy is seen practicing his jab while the Mighty Zeus is featured showing off his skill during a fight.
A very short promo video shows scenes featuring Chris Evans' Steve Rogers in one of Captain America costumes.
Comics about beloved superhero Captain America as well as a story uniting cowboys and aliens are some works turned into big screen versions that their fans and moviegoers must have been expecting for.
A down-on-his-luck former boxer tries to become a contender in robot boxing, teaming up with his estranged son.