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.
Labor Day traditionally marks the end of the summer movie season. Even with that behind us, it’s likely that summer movies will dominate the box office for weeks to come – especially if the first batch of fall movies are so ...
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?
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.
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.
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, ...
Although this weekend was down yet again compared to last July’s box office numbers, the results held some surprises.
None of this weekend’s new movies could defeat Caesar and his dawning planet of apes.
With no other new wide releases for competition, plus very strong reviews and word-of-mouth, the top movie in America this weekend was a no-brainer. Meanwhile, another film has officially claimed the title of highest-grossing movi...