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Category: Box Office

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Game Of Box Offices: “Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil” ascends to the throne over “Joker” and “Zombieland: Double Tap”

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” almost hit its $40 million projection over the weekend, earning $36.9 million and being crowned the Queen of the Box Office, over “Joker,” which added another $29.2 million to its box office total, on its way to becoming the highest earning R-Rated feature of all-time. “Zombieland: Double Tap” landed at third place with $26.8 million, also just missing its $30 … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil” ascends to the throne over “Joker” and “Zombieland: Double Tap”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Joker” the Clown King of the Box Office for the second weekend, scares up more than “The Addams Family”

As someone who loved “Joker” and want it to do nothing but succeed (that means Oscar season as well as Box Office), there’s something comforting in seeing it land as the King of the Box Office for the second straight weekend. Falling only 41.9%, it brought in another $55.8 million to its already huge $193.5 million domestic haul. Remind you, that’s on a reported … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Joker” the Clown King of the Box Office for the second weekend, scares up more than “The Addams Family”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Joker” laughs off last year’s “Venom” for Biggest October Opening Weekend of All-Time

Who could have guessed a year ago that “Joker” would go on to have the Biggest October Opening of All-Time? Last year, Sony’s “Venom” took that prize with $80.2 million. This past weekend, “Joker” obliterated that number, opening to the tune of $96.2 million. Now, that wasn’t enough to make it the Biggest R-Rated Opening, sitting at fourth place, behind fellow clown flick “It,” … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Joker” laughs off last year’s “Venom” for Biggest October Opening Weekend of All-Time

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Game Of Box Offices: “Abominable” roars passed “Downton Abbey” at the Box Office

Just shy of its projected $22.5 million debut, “Abominable” still took the Box Office crown, earning $20.6 million. That was enough to dethrone “Downton Abbey,” which earned $14.3 million and a second place finish. “Hustlers” was the only film to move up this weekend, jumping from #5 to #3 and earning $11.3 million in its third weekend. “It: Chapter Two” was the only film … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Abominable” roars passed “Downton Abbey” at the Box Office

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Game Of Box Offices: “Downton Abbey” rules over “Ad Astra” and “Rambo: Last Blood”

Taking the crown this weekend, as expected was “Downton Abbey: The Movie,” grabbing $31 million on a $20 million production budget. That was up $7 million on its projection of $24 million going into the weekend. With an average of $10,079 in 3,079 theaters, that was also enough to make it the POPCORN AWARD winner. In second was another over-performer in Brad Pitt’s “Ad … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Downton Abbey” rules over “Ad Astra” and “Rambo: Last Blood”

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Game Of Box Offices: “It: Chapter Two” dominates the debut of “Hustlers” in its second weekend

BOX OFFICE KING: “It: Chapter Two”BOX OFFICE QUEEN: “Hustlers”POPCORN AWARD*: “Hustlers”GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD**: “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” # Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH 1 It: Chapter Two (WB) $39,606,550 ($152,675,074) $35m* 2nd #1 2 Huslters (STX) $33,181,361 ($33,181,361) $20m 1st N 3 Angel Has Fallen (LGF) $4,494,056 ($60,474,474) $40m 4th #2 4 Good Boys (Uni) $4,223,875 ($73,280,610) $20m 5th … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “It: Chapter Two” dominates the debut of “Hustlers” in its second weekend

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Game Of Box Offices: Stephen King’s “It: Chapter Two” easily takes down “Angel Has Fallen”

BOX OFFICE KING: “It: Chapter Two”BOX OFFICE QUEEN: “Angel Has Fallen”POPCORN AWARD*: “It: Chapter Two”GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD**: “Annabelle Comes Home” # Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH 1 It: Chapter Two (WB) $91,062,152 ($91,062,152) $35m* 1st N 2 Angel Has Fallen (LGF) $5,990,157 ($53,450,658) $40m 3rd #1 3 Good Boys (Uni) $5,479,460 ($66,939,160) $20m 4th #2 4 The Lion King (BV) $4,324,341 ($529,237,780) … Read More Game Of Box Offices: Stephen King’s “It: Chapter Two” easily takes down “Angel Has Fallen”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Angel Has Fallen” Takes Second Slow Weekend with Zero Competition

BOX OFFICE KING: “Angel Has Fallen”BOX OFFICE QUEEN: “Good Boys”POPCORN AWARD*: “Ne Zha”GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD**: “Midsommar” # Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH 1 Angel Has Fallen (LGF) $11,799,409 ($40,913,630) $40m 2nd #1 2 Good Boys (Uni) $9,505,900 ($56,513,865) $20m 3rd #2 3 The Lion King (BV) $6,923,452 ($521,152,746) $260m* 7th #5 4 Hobbs & Shaw (Uni) $6,460,835 ($157,273,185) $200m* 5th #4 5 … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Angel Has Fallen” Takes Second Slow Weekend with Zero Competition

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Game Of Box Offices: “Angel Has Fallen” rises to steal the crown from “Good Boys”

With no competition, “Angel Has Fallen” swooped in and grabbed the crown with $21.3 million, just above the ceiling of last week’s projection, which had it somewhere under $20 million. That’s way below the debut of the original, “Olympus Has Fallen” ($30.3 million) and slightly above the sequel, “London Has Fallen” ($21.6 million). In second place was last week’s winner, “Good Boys,” with another … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Angel Has Fallen” rises to steal the crown from “Good Boys”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Good Boys” take the crown as the #1 Comedy of the Year

Surprising the Box Office pundits, the numbers for “Good Boys” shot up this weekend, landing at $24.1 million, over $12 million higher than it’s projection. During my analysis last week, I made the point that other R-Rated comedies associated with Seth Rogen’s production company, along with Universal Pictures, put up much bigger numbers, ranging from $21 to $49 million and lo and behold, “Good … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Good Boys” take the crown as the #1 Comedy of the Year

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Game Of Box Offices: “Hobbs & Shaw” fends off newcomers “Scary to Tell in the Dark” and “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”

Hanging onto the crown over the weekend was “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” adding another $25.2 million to its domestic total. In second place was newcomer “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” which brought in $20.9 million, which was well above its $11 million projection. “The Lion King” fell only one spot, to #3, earning another $20.2 million. Behind it was … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Hobbs & Shaw” fends off newcomers “Scary to Tell in the Dark” and “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Hobbs & Shaw” fast and furiously take the crown from “The Lion King”

“Hobbs & Shaw” may have missed its $89 million projection, but it was stil able to easily take the Number One position over the weekend with $60 million. Last weekend’s winner, “The Lion King” (2019) fell to second with $38.5 million and last weekend’s newcomer “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” fell to third with $20 million. $60 million puts “Hobbs & Shaw” at … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Hobbs & Shaw” fast and furiously take the crown from “The Lion King”