Yes, new movies are opening this Labor Day weekend – but who cares about those when you can go see ‘Ghostbusters’ on the big screen instead?
On the fourth weekend of their release, those a-holes known as the Guardians of the Galaxy jumped back to the top of the box office with $17.6 million, shoving aside a lot of newer competition to get there. Who saw this coming?
Last weekend, three major releases couldn’t dethrone returning champs ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’. This weekend, three more will battle for the top of the box office. ...
Three new movies had hoped to vie for the #1 spot at the box office this weekend, but none of them could get those damn turtles to hide in their shells.
Three wide releases, each opening on approximately 3,000 screens, will attempt to dethrone Michael Bay’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ this weekend. Can any of them defeat the half-shelled heroes?
This weekend marks the second in a row for huge August debuts. Last week’s was due to consumer confidence in the Marvel brand and this week’s was due to nostalgia.
The future of the Galaxy is at risk of being upset by Michael Bay’s second waste of time this summer.
While July’s box office was down considerably from last year, this week’s record-setting opening may push August towards becoming more lucrative than last August. Also of note, thanks to China’s ongoing turnout, ...
August movie releases are typically pretty mild, signaling the end of yet another summer blockbuster season. However, this year has been interesting and unpredictable. July’s box office was down quite a bit from last year...
Although this weekend was down yet again compared to last July’s box office numbers, the results held some surprises.
The gods of Mount Olympus would be sorely disappointed with this weekend’s new movies.
None of this weekend’s new movies could defeat Caesar and his dawning planet of apes.