is a highly readable--if slightly discursive--book.
With more than a quarter-billion dollars in ticket sales in just three weeks, ``The Passion of the Christ'' is quickly going from being a surprise blockbuster
to a contender for all-time box office supremacy.
Titanic: Anatomy of a Blockbuster
, edited by Kevin S.
The Daily News also runs blockbusters
, but because the News doesn't have a Sunday edition it prints far fewer than the Inquirer.
Among the predicted blockbusters
expected to launch in 2010 is the first targeted therapeutic vaccine for cancer.
It has become increasingly difficult for even the biggest blockbusters
to maintain their dominance past opening weekend.
Rimanelli makes this Blockbusters
fiasco the cornerstone for his edifice of misrepresentations, misreadings, and misquotations, and ultimately his weird ire.
These high-value products are fundamental to the success and growth of the pharmaceutical industry and the number of blockbusters
on the market has continued to rise steadily.
Spider-Man now sets the standard by which not just these summer blockbusters
will be held but all future potential blockbusters
,'' he said.
Each year from 1996 to 2006, with only one exception, Pfizer or GlaxoSmithKline led all pharmaceutical companies in the number of blockbusters
Any sort of award recognition can always help boost a title's performance,'' said Blake Lugash, spokesman for Blockbuster
Approximately 90 pharmaceuticals achieved blockbuster
status in 2006, generating more than USD200 billion in sales--approximately 30% of the global pharmaceutical market.
But ultimately, the success of these kinds of ventures is not dependent upon blockbusters
but upon people starting to use the services to buy tickets for the regular movies they are going to see.
The new crop of blockbusters
slated to debut in the next few years will bring new players to the list of blockbuster
Fears that pharmacogenomics spells the imminent demise of blockbusters