No movie dares open to against Katniss Everdeen. At least, none that you’re likely to go see this weekend.
Nostalgia drew moviegoers to theaters this weekend, but last week’s movies also saw great success despite slipping down the ranks. Limited release awards hopefuls also performed spectacularly over this all-around successful ...
This light weekend offers up very little fanfare to compete with last week’s holdovers ‘Big Hero 6′ and ‘Interstellar’, but has some nice selections in limited release.
Both of this weekend’s new wide releases were produced for the same budget ($165 million) and were expected to close at around the same mark, but audiences made their decisions and one surprisingly edged a bit ahead of the o...
Call a babysitter. Clear the calendar. This weekend’s two wide releases are not to be missed and not to be spoiled.
With Halloween falling on a Friday, the box office took a hard hit this weekend, which was one of the weakest of the year.
This Halloween weekend conjures up a lot more freaky movies than most years, but don’t most people have other plans on Halloween that don’t involve going to a movie theater?
In preparation for Halloween, teenagers went out in droves to see the only teen-friendly scary movie in cinemas.
After a few congested weekends, this one takes a step back with just two new wide releases of mild interest. One’s a product-placing teenage horror flick and the other’s an R-rated shoot-’em-up.
Over this very congested weekend, Brad Pitt and his tank plowed through the competition to win the top spot at the box office.
The October film schedule remains congested as three more nationwide releases try to dethrone the unstoppable ‘Gone Girl’. Will a Mexican animated musical, some Nicholas Sparks schtick or more Nazi-killing Brad Pitt ha...
Even with four new nationwide releases offering (somewhat) stiff competition, great reviews and stellar word of mouth kept David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ at the top of the box office again.