Category Archives: Box Office
What’s eating Dane DeHaan? Daniel Radcliffe moves on from ‘Potter’ in horror/thriller; Liam Nesson fights on; Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski underperform in ‘Miracle’ and Kate Beckinsale holds on.
Liam Nesson leads the pack; Kate Beckinsale trails; Katherine Heigl romcom grossly over-performs; Cuba Gooding stays the course and Sam Worthington holds on.
Mark Wahlberg continues Box Office draw; Beauty & the Beast makes it to the top after years; Tom Cruise holds strong; Joyful Noise tries to break top 3; and Sherlock Holmes just hangs on
Another satanic horror makes millions; Mission Impossible holds strong; Sherlock continues game; Dragon Tattoo lingers, while Chipmucks linger.
Third franchise installment now holds the biggest horror opening ever; Real Steel a distant second; Footloose finds new moves; Milla Jovovich correctly predicted a flop and Ides of March hangs on.
Disney classic spends another weeks on top; Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill have a strong showing; Dolphin makes a splash; Lautner unable to abduct the B.O.; Killer Elite lacks threat
With three films making their weekend debut, no one can knock off the Emma Stone-starrer; The Debt has the most impressive bow; Apollo 18 scares move-goers away; Shark Night 3D can’t take a big enough bite, and Apes hang in the top five for fifth straight week.
The Help needs no help braving hurricane Irene and holds on to the top spot for another week; Colombiana fires back with a strong showing; Apes inch closer to $150M; Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark underperforms; Our Idiot Brother flops.
Crowds continue to come out for Emma Stone and James Franco; Robert Rodriguez, Jason Momoa, and Colin Farrell can use little help of their own.
James Franco brings new image to the now future franchise; The Help walks away with a healthy five day gross; Final Destination 5 is perhaps not so final after all; The Smurfs break $100M, while Jesse Eisenberg flops in his latest effort.
Another sci-fi-western under performs, while another family-comedy opens strong; Captain America is the most profitable superhero of the summer; Harry Potter closes in on $1 Billion worldwide; and Carrel and Gosling round out the top 5.
The First Avenger beats out all other superhero flicks in first week gross this summer; all is well in Hogworts as Boy Wizard posts superb second week numbers; Transformers 3 becomes the highest grosser in the franchise, as Bosses moves towards the coveted $100 million range.
Transformers now the highest domestic grossing film of the year; another Rauchy comedy outperforms; Kevin James monkeys his way to a solid opening; Car 2 shifts to cruise control; Diaz rounds out the top five.
Michael Bay destroys the competition; Disney zooms past $100M; another R-comedy holds steady; Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts have trouble selling tickets; tween queen Selena Gomez rounds out the top five.
Another summer sequel takes the top prize on its opening weekend; Diaz, Timberlake and Segel have star power, while penguins keep their cool to round out the top five.