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I think she/he means that Will and GAbrielle are coming to Madrid. Rosario isn't.

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Domestic: $66,830,000 95.2%

+ Foreign: $3,376,416 4.8%

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= Worldwide: $70,206,416

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Will Smith’s hugs, pats were comforting on sets: Woody Harrelson

New York, Jan 28 (IANS) Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson, who plays a blind piano player in “Seven Pounds”, says superstar Will Smith put him at ease by hugging and patting him on the sets of the movie.“I remember the first day on the set - I was so nervous about playing a blind piano player and Will came in and he was just patting people on the back and giving hugs and I thought, ‘it’s pretty amazing that the biggest star in the world is one of the nicest guys in the world’. That put me at ease,” said Harrelson.

The “Indecent Proposal” star says that though Will maintained this cheerful demeanour throughout the time he was on the sets, he was also very focused on the work.

“He (Will) was always trying new things and I think that helped us all get the full emotional content out of the story,” Harrelson added.

“Seven Pounds”, releasing in India Feb 13, is a suspense tale of a man with a haunting secret to redeem himself by drastically changing the lives of seven total strangers.

http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/uncate..._100148239.html

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Seven Pounds (UK - DVD R2)

Title: Seven Pounds (IMDb)

Starring: Will Smith

Released: 25th May 2009

SRP: £19.99

Further Details:

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the release of Seven Pounds for the 25th of May, priced at around £19.99. A list of confirmed bonus material can be found below, along with the artwork.

* 2.40:1 Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer

* Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio

* Audio Commentary with Director Gabriele Muccino

* Deleted Scenes

* Seven Views on Seven Pounds

* Creating the Perfect Ensemble

* The Box Jellyfish: World's Deadliest Co-Star

* Emily's Passion: The Art of the Printing Press

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http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releases/seven-pounds2.html

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Seven Pounds (UK - BD RB)

Title: Seven Pounds (IMDb)

Starring: Will Smith

Released: 25th May 2009

SRP: £24.99

Further Details:

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the Blu-ray release of Seven Pounds for the 25th of May, priced at around £24.99. A list of confirmed bonus material can be found below, along with the low resolution artwork. Disc specs are still to be finalised for this one, but we'll update them as soon as we hear more.

* 2.40:1 Widescreen Transfer (1080/24p)

* Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Audio

* Audio Commentary with Director Gabriele Muccino

* Deleted Scenes

* Seven Views on Seven Pounds

* Creating the Perfect Ensemble

* The Box Jellyfish: World's Deadliest Co-Star

* Emily's Passion: The Art of the Printing Press

uk2b.jpg

http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releases/seven-pounds3.html

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I don't think this has been posted before...

Breakfast - Will Smith (15.01.09)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8uqf4_br...ith-150109_news

Video Description

Will Smith appeared on Breakfast to talk about his new film, Seven Pounds

Note that I removed the clips from Seven Pounds and The Pursuit of Happyness as studios often get funny about such things.

GREAT INTERVIEW!!!

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I watched the movie for the 1st time since December. It was even more tough this time around because of everything i've dealt with this year and 2 know what was gonna happen. There's so many themes and idea 2 this movie that i feel people overlook because of how simply it's all written.

The Special Features aren't much. The Deleted Scenes are pointless. They basically were eventless filler moments that would have barely extended the movie. Most of the other Special Features were good tho.'

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