Although it’s not yet playing in the United States, ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is already dominating box office news. The Marvel sequel opened in 44 international markets this weekend and grossed a whopping $2...
Is the ‘Avengers’ sequel out yet? Only overseas but not in this country. We have to wait one more week.
Surprising no one, the latest ‘Fast and Furious’ installment continued to dominate the box office yet again this weekend. More importantly, it kept a terrible comedy and a gimmicky horror flick from the top spot.
A few potentially great movies hit the big screen this weekend. Unfortunately, I’m not talking about the ones getting wide releases.
Nicholas Sparks didn’t stand a chance against the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise, the latest entry of which is now racing toward a spot in the Top 5 highest-grossing movies of all time.
A few very promising new movies are finally hitting the big screen this weekend. Unfortunately, they’re opening opposite a cinematic atrocity that just so happens to be the solitary wide release.
Back in 2001, who could’ve guessed that the ‘Point Break’ rip-off ‘The Fast and the Furious’ would kick off a major blockbuster franchise, much less a franchise that would be more successful than ever...
No other movie dares race this weekend’s biggest new release down the track.
Box office numbers have been down this year, but this weekend finally saw some action. The top two movies brought in nearly $89 million, which is especially impressive given that they received mostly negative reviews.
This weekend’s new movies will answer such questions as, “Does Will Ferrell still have any audience appeal?” and “Is DreamWorks Animation still struggling?”
Despite three new wide releases that hit theaters, this weekend was an all-around disappointment at the box office.
Almost everyone is aware of that big ‘Hunger Games’ knockoff in theaters, but did you know that Sean Penn has an action movie opening and that the ‘God’s Not Dead’ folks are back?