Which affected the box office the most this weekend: the controversy over "The Birth of a Nation" filmmaker/star Nate Parker's past, the surprisingly poor reviews for the much-anticipated "The Girl on the Train," or Hurricane Matthew?
There seemed to be a perfect storm of events that threatened to keep people away from the multiplex, even with three new wide releases (the other was family comedy "Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life").
Riding atop the weekend’s box office is the new Emily Blunt thriller, “The Girl on the Train,” outpacing fellow new releases “The Birth of a Nation” and “Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.” “Girl,” from Universal Pictures, p...
AFI cancels The Birth of a Nation screening and Q&A, with director Nate Parker's rape controversy causing alarm amongst critics who refuse to review the movie.
Nate Parker's controversial drama was no match for the twisty, female-driven thriller.
Nate Parker’s Birth Of A Nation Flops At The Box Office Nate Parker’s film about slave rebel Nat Turner disappointed at the box office this weekend. Nate’s movie was pushed to the side after news of past rape allegations surfaced