Category: Box Office

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Game Of Box Offices: "Frozen II" Ices "Knives Out" Over The Thanksgiving Weekend

Nothing was competition for Disney’s “Frozen II” this weekend, as it added $85.9 million for the normal three-day weekend and $100.9 million for the extended weekend. At an average of $19,364 per 4,440 theaters, it was also able to hang on to the POPCORN AWARD for the second weekend in a row. Even though it couldn’t compete, “Knives Out” opened to a staggering $26.7 … Read More Game Of Box Offices: "Frozen II" Ices "Knives Out" Over The Thanksgiving Weekend

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Game Of Box Offices: “Frozen II” Solidifies Its Hold On The Weekend’s Box Office, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and “21 Bridges” underwhelm

Well, Walt Disney’s “Frozen II” was able to hit exactly where the pundits said it would, landing at $130.2 million in its opening weekend. With an average of $29,338 in 4,440 theaters, that was enough to earn it the POPCORN AWARD as well. Fellow new releases “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and “21 Bridges” couldn’t overcome “Ford v Ferrari” which held ground at … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Frozen II” Solidifies Its Hold On The Weekend’s Box Office, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and “21 Bridges” underwhelm

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Game Of Box Offices: “Ford v Ferrari” & “Midway” race by and fly higher than “Charlie’s Angels”

If you’re Fox (aka Disney) and the team behind “Ford v Ferrari,” you’re feeling pretty good today. If you’re Sony or Elizabeth Banks, you’re not. “Ford v Ferrari” definitely overtook the ladies at the Box Office weekend almost exactly where its projections landed with $31.4 million on a $32 million projection. “Charlie’s Angels,” however, only opened to $8.3 million on an $18 million projection. … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Ford v Ferrari” & “Midway” race by and fly higher than “Charlie’s Angels”

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Game Of Box Offices: “Midway” Dive Bombs “Doctor Sleep” in an Upset at the Box Office

The critics were raving but unfortunately that was not enough to put Stephen King’s “Doctor Sleep” at the top of the Box Office. Instead, Roland Emmerich’s WWII epic “Midway” took the #1 spot, opening well above its $12 million projection at $17.8 million. “Doctor Sleep” then took second with $14.1 million. The trades are already calling for a huge loss in regards to that … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Midway” Dive Bombs “Doctor Sleep” in an Upset at the Box Office

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Game Of Box Offices: “Terminator: Dark Fate” Might Not Be Back After Quiet Opening

Grabbing the Box Office crown was “Terminator: Dark Fate,” but when you open almost $10 million short of your projection, that’s got to feel less like a win. Debuting at $29 million, that $38 million projection feels a million miles away. That’s middle of the road as far as “Terminator” openings go, but does not invue confidence in an ongoing franchise. “Joker” came in … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Terminator: Dark Fate” Might Not Be Back After Quiet Opening

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Game Of Box Offices: “Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil” fights for the crown, edging out “Joker” despite initial reports

With early morning estimates placing “Joker” ahead of “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” the tide turned slightly, with the actuals showing “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” as the Queen of the Box Office for the second straight weekend. Earning another $19.3 million, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” edged out “Joker,” which has officially become the highest grossing R-rated feature film of all-time, by only $100,000, as it … Read More Game Of Box Offices: “Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil” fights for the crown, edging out “Joker” despite initial reports

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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