While the third ‘Hunger Games’ movie easily finished at the top of the box office this weekend, it didn’t perform as well as the first two installments. Nor did it come close to performing as well as expected.
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 ...
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...
With Halloween falling on a Friday, the box office took a hard hit this weekend, which was one of the weakest of the year.
In preparation for Halloween, teenagers went out in droves to see the only teen-friendly scary movie in cinemas.
Over this very congested weekend, Brad Pitt and his tank plowed through the competition to win the top spot at the box office.
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.
Not only did this weekend’s two widest releases score big, so did last week’s holdovers. The two new movies debuted on just about as many screens as one another and earned just about as much as one another. Neither of ...
With his twelfth straight movie in a leading role to open north of $20 million, Denzel Washington has secured his position as one of Hollywood’s most consistently bankable stars.
One of this weekend’s new movies hit the ground running. The others, not so much.
For the first time since early August, a new release has managed to leapfrog over Michael Bay’s turtle ninjas and Marvel’s galaxy guardians to take the top spot at the box office.
This year has been unimpressive at the box office, and that trend continued this weekend with the lowest collective grosses in two years.