Category Archives: Box Office
Keanu Reeves dukes it out with piece of possessed cardboard for this week’s top box office spot.
Check out the final numbers for this weekend’s box office!
David Ayers’ war drama takes the weekend, with two-week topper “Gone Girl” falling to second.
After the chaos of last week’s 17-movie pileup, things are starting to calm down. See who we think will rise from the wreckage.
Check out the final numbers for this weekend’s box office.
Ben Affleck emerges victorious once more.
This weekend, it’s box office anarchy, with four new releases out in theaters. See who we predict will rise above the chaos.
The weekend box office actuals narrowed the gap between weekend winner “Gone Girl” and the #2 “Annabelle,” with “Gone Girl” taking in half a million less than the $38 million estimate. On the other hand, they widened the gap between “The Boxtrolls” and “The Maze Runner,” reducing the “Maze Runner” take by about $400,000 from the estimate. Nevertheless, the numbers remain strong all-around. Check in on Thursday for our official predictions for next week. #1 GONE GIRL Weekend = $37.513 Million …
David Fincher’s thriller edges out some formidable competition.
October is here, which means it’s spooky season at the movies. See who we predict will scare up the most sales.
The second coming of Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington wins the weekend.
“The Equalizer” and “The Boxtrolls” are out this weekend. See how we think they’ll stack up.
Dylan O’Brien’s YA adaptation grabs the top spot (and a sequel).
In its fourth weekend in theaters, “Guardians of the Galaxy” makes it back to #1.
The turtles stay in the limelight and out of the sewer for one more weekend at the box office.
Audiences chose “Heroes in the Half Shell” over the “Guardians.”
In a real life fight, though, our money’s on The Rock.
Everyone wants to see giant robots, riding giant robots, fighting giant robots with giant robot swords.
“Jersey Boys” hits a sour note in its first weekend.
“Jump Street” matriculates to the top spot.
Teenage girls came out in droves for the YA adaptation, leaving “Edge of Tomorrow” in its stardust.
Female Disney villain boots superheroes out of the number 1 spot.
As audiences say, “Godzilla” who?