Lionel Chetwynd. Ridley's also taking a page from the book of Woody Allen and using the same font from Prometheus for the promos for Exodus. Nice touch!
Speaking of numbers, Chris Rock is back in the top 10 with his latest writer-director effort called... wait for it... Top Five, a thinly autobiographical effort with a daring cast. I mean... Rosario Dawson? Gabrielle Union? Are they still hot? Still, always nice to see J.B. Smoove, of course, or is it wrong to say that? A little down time between seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The only other debut this week is the latest movie with the word "wild" in the title. I mean, we've been through The Wild, Wild America... actually, we should probably skip that one. It's called simply Wild and it seems to be what Kim Basinger was to I Dreamed of Africa, only more profitable. Also it's thematically kind of a victory lap for Reese Witherspoon, an in-theme-only sequel to A Far Off Place, if you will... no one? Just me? Well, NEVER MIND, THEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!