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Box Office Report – CARS 3 Takes First; WONDER WOMAN Stands Strong

Pixar is no stranger to opening in first place at the box-office and their latest attempt, Cars 3, landed at the top spot in its debut weekend. The third chapter in the adventures of race car, Lightning McQueen, secured first place with an estimated $53.6 million dollar opening. It’s the lowest opening in the Cars franchise and signals that […]

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Box Office Report – WONDER WOMAN Overshadows THE MUMMY In Big Second Weekend

The films of the DCEU are known for having big opening weekends, then plummeting suddenly in their second week due to mixed reviews and audience reactions. However, Wonder Woman has proven to buck previous trends by winning over critics, which has led to an astonishingly high audience retention rate in its second week of release. After an […]

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Box Office Report – WONDER WOMAN Has Huge $100 Million Dollar Debut

After over 75 years of development and false starts, Wonder Woman proved to all skeptics that a female-led superhero movie can work and that Wonder Woman should stand shoulder-to-shoulder with her DC counterpoints, Batman and Superman. Warner Bros had a lot riding on their fourth film in their building DC cinematic universe, after two profitable misfires with Batman […]

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Box Office Report – PIRATES Sails to First; BAYWATCH Experiences Low Tide

The Memorial Day weekend might have caused several studio executives to return to work early after a holiday output that was unexpectedly low. As expected, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales debuted in first place with an estimated $62.6 million dollars over the three-day standard weekend tracking period and $77 million over the four-day […]

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Box Office Report – BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Monster In It’s Second Week

There was little doubt that Beauty and the Beast would be a breakout hit this spring. Now that the movie is in its second week, the industry is slowly absorbing the huge numbers for the live-action adaptation of Disney’s classic animated film. The movie made an estimated $90.4 million dollars in its second weekend. However, its worldwide […]

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Box Office Report – BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Has Biggest March Opening Ever

It was clear since Disney first announced their remake of their classic animated film, Beauty and the Beast, that it would dominate its opening weekend. Everything went according to plan for the Mouse House. In fact, the new live-action movie broke expectations and records with an estimated $174.7 million dollar opening. It demolished last year’s record […]

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Box Office Report – LOGAN Scores Biggest Opening of 2017

Despite the film’s focus on an aging hero who is facing his mortality, Logan struck an opening weekend worthy of a young franchise. Hugh Jackman’s last turn as the veteran X-Men, Wolverine, proved to find its audience despite the film’s R-rating. Logan made an estimated $85.3 million dollars domestically and over $244 million dollars worldwide in its debut weekend. […]

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Box Office Report – THE BATMAN LEGO MOVIE is Still Batman at the B.O.

It was a busy weekend at the box-office, as three sequels, or spin-offs, made quite an impression over the three-day period. Breaking out of the pack was The LEGO Batman Movie, which managed to open in first place with a big $55.6 million dollar opening. The spin-off to the mega-success, The LEGO Movie, showed the LEGO franchise is proven […]

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Box Office Report – SPLIT Stays In #1

M. Knight Shyamalan’s film, Split, is morphing from an unexpected hit, to a certified January sensation. The thriller had an impressive $40 million dollar opening last week and followed it up with an estimated $26.2 million dollars in its second weekend of release. The movie was made on an announced budget of $9 million dollars and […]

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Box Office Report – SPLIT Puts Shyamalan Back On the Map and xXx to Shame

In an unexpected turn of events, people flocked to the movie theaters during Inauguration Weekend and felt at home with the new thriller, Split. The movie stars James McAvoy (Victor Frankenstein) as a disturbed kidnapper who suffers with an intense form of multiple personality disorder. It was directed by M. Knight Shyamalan, whose once promising career […]

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