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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (07.25.16)
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Chris Pine plays Kirk in Star Trek Beyond from Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark and Perfect Storm EntertainmentPart of the reason Star Trek Beyond fell short here at home is thanks to the crowded summer box office. This is only the sixth weekend on record to have five separate films each gross at least $20 million in the same weekend, after all, and 3rd through 5th place were all very nearly tied.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (07.05.16)
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finding dory 1 excerptFinding Dory did it again over the 4th of July weekend, swimming past guppies The Legend of Tarzan and The Purge: Election Year to the top of the 4-day weekend box office – the third straight week that the Pixar sequel has held the number one spot.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (06.27.16)
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Finding-Dory-Disney-pixar-2016Just like fellow Disney-Pixar all star Toy Story 3, Finding Dory fell only 46% in its second weekend, blowing big budget newcomer Independence Day: Resurgence out of the water and bypassing our projection by nearly $6 million to take its rightful 1st place.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (06.13.16)
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conj2 croppedThe Conjuring 2 easily scared up a 1st place win this weekend, pulling out all the spooky stops to open at $40.4 million, just $1.5 million shy of the 2013 original and a little ahead of last week’s prediction. Warcraft and Now You See Me 2 flip-flopped, with Warcraft claiming 2nd and finishing about as expected with $24.2 million for its first weekend.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (06.06.16)
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Everything performed about as expected this weekend, with the notable exception of 2nd place X-Men: Apocalypse falling faster than anticipated and Me Before You picking up the slack. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows brought in its predicted $35 million, certainly not wowing anyone.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (05.16.16)
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capCaptain America: Civil War fell harder than expected, a nearly 60% decline thanks to The Jungle Book barely dropping at all, and Money Monster over-performing. The latest Marvel flick pulled in $72.6 million in its second weekend out, bringing its domestic total to $295.966 million and worldwide to $942,892 million.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (05.09.16)
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Though Captain America: Civil War’s opening wasn’t quite as fanciful as we’d imagined, $179 million is now the record to beat for 2016. Even if it didn’t clear $200 million, it’s a great start, taking into account it’s $84 million higher than the last Captain America flick’s opening.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (05.02.16)
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As expected, Disney’s The Jungle Book took the top spot at the box office over the weekend, pulling in over $43 million with just a 29% drop from the week before. That’s a roaring first three weeks for the live-action spectacular, which officially passed the $250 million domestic mark on Sunday as it surpassed the studio’s estimates.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (04.18.16)
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Exceeding everyone’s expectations, The Jungle Book went above and beyond, firmly claiming the second place spot of all Disney live action remakes. Though still falling a bit shy of Alice in Wonderland’s $116 million opening, Jungle’s $103 million take proves it has the four-quadrant appeal Disney was counting on.

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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS (04.04.16)
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To no one’s surprise, Batman v Superman fell, and fell fast – even harder than we anticipated. At a nearly 70% drop in its second weekend, and with a mere $15 million take on Friday, the Warner Bros. film gained the dubious honor of having the highest Friday-to-Friday drop of any big budget comic book movie ever.

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