The economic downturn is pinching a lot of pocketbooks. But Hollywood studios are pushing a lineup of movies this fall that they hope will get people spending a lot of money at the theaters. We explore whether James Bond and animated animals have what it takes to save box offices from America’s fiscal slump.


  • Jennice Fuentes Host, "Actualidades" Hispanic Communications Network; Arts Critic, WETA's "Around Town"
  • Joe Barber Arts Critic, WTOP; WETA's "Around Town"; Arts Columnist, The Current Newspapers

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