Disney’s new princess film Frozen hit theaters last week and it scored big at the box office, raking in enough cash to become the most successful opening weekend for an animated Disney movie ever. Frozen is about two princesses: Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) and her older sister Elsa (Idina Menzel). Show More Summary
Reviewed by Clark Douglas Quote: "Though there's a certain pleasure to be found in the film's subversiveness, it's easy to understand why it flopped at the box office."
Frozen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire set Thanksgiving weekend records while Statham's Homefront and Spike Lee's Oldboy bomb with little promotion.
Despite Relativity’s aggressive attempts to remind people that a film about Thanksgiving was still in theaters, very few moviegoers opted to avoid talking to their families by seeing Free Birds. The month-old animated movie pulled in...Show More Summary
As we've already reported, Frozen absolutely crushed it at the box office this holiday weekend. And though I heard a few anecdotes and ran into a few tearful children who were a little scared by Frozen's more adult moments (trade...
Frozen takes second place with $66.7 million. Thor: The Dark World drops to third place with $11.1 million. [...]
Though The Hunger Games: Catching Fire won the weekend, Disney’s Frozen proved itself a big winner by netting nearly a hundred million over it’s five day opening. Homefront was a non-starter, while Oldboy didn’t crack the top ten or top fifteen. Ouch. Film Weekend Per Screen Total 1 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire $74,500,000 (-52.9) [...]
The ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office. The...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is currently stomping its way all over the global box office, and while it’s a markedly more enjoyable film than the first, it fails just as hard when it comes to showcasing the seriousness of its characters being involved in a life-or-death battle. Show More Summary
Frozen is a hit. It’ll be days before we’ll know for sure exactly how big of a hit, but thanks to early box office numbers, we know for definite people are turning out in droves to see Disney’s latest. Perhaps more importantly, those...Show More Summary
It seems movie theaters will be playing songs of ice and fire this weekend, as the Hunger Games sequel and Disney’s Frozen are likely to light up the box office. Early estimates suggest Catching Fire will come out on top, but Frozen won’t be far behind. Show More Summary
Are you headed to the local movie theaters to see Frozen this holiday weekend? Did you already check out Thor: The Dark World, or maybe Pixar’s latest, Monsters University. Then you have helped Walt Disney to an historical year, and that’s no exaggeration. According to a release (posted to Deadline), The Walt Disney Studios on Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary
Yesterday, The Walt Disney Studios broke the $4 billion mark at the global box office for the first time in its history. The studio previously announced it had reached a record high on November 12, when it surpassed the $3.791 billion set in 2010. Show More Summary
With Django Unchained having earned over $425 million at the worldwide box office, Quentin Tarantino is sticking with the Western genre for his next film. Appearing on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," Tarantino talked about the project. "I can't talk that much about it, but I will say one thing. Show More Summary
On Monday, November 25, BBC America and NCM Fathom Events presented the "Doctor Who" 50th Anniversary celebration, "The Day of the Doctor" in RealD 3D in over 660 select movie theaters across the country. The record setting one-night unaudited theatrical event grosses are estimated to be approximately $4.77 million, according to Rentrak. Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire came out this past weekend to positive reviews and massive box office success. To catch people up on the story before it came out, YouTube mainstay Cinefix reimagined the original Hunger Games movie as...Show More Summary
The inestimable cult classic Road House was never much of a box office success, but constant cable play and discerning B movie lovers turned the film into a perennial that has inspired Bill Murray and his brothers to call Kelly Lynch’s husband every time the movie (and her sex scene with Patrick Swayze) is shown. [...]
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Isn’t pitting Delivery Man, a feel-good comedy starring Vince Vaughn, against Catching Fire, the second installment in the Hunger Games series, a bit like forcing little kids to fight teenagers in a televised deathmatch? Those were the...Show More Summary
Vince Vaughn's Delivery Man bombed even harder than The Internship or The Watch, while The Hunger Games: Catching Fire may be the highest-opening non-3D movie ever.