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Weekend Box Office: ‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Takes $103 Million

35 minutes agoEntertainment / Film : FilmDrunk

‘DawnofthePlanetoftheApes’(ourreview)wentbananasovertheweekend,throwingamonkeywrenchintoTransformers’dominance,andgrossing$103millionworldwide,including$73milliondomestic,evolving33%abovetheoriginal.Itwashelped(alittle)by3Dticketprices,whichaccountedfor36%oftickets.Backin2011,Hollywoodwassaidtobepanicking...Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: Planet of the Apes Dawn At Number One

If there was to be a proportionate increase in ticket sales for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes based on how much better it was than is predecessor Rise of the Planet of the Apes, it would have easily done twice as well. As it was, Dawn did better, but not by so wide a margin. Show More Summary

BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Dominates with $73 Million

7 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' drops to second place behind 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' with $16.5 million at the box office. [...]

Box Office Results: Apes Dominate With $73 Million

Things were looking slightly better at the box office this weekend ith a return to the blockbuster sequels that tend to be reliable moneymakers. That was certainly the case with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (20th Century Fox), directed...Show More Summary

BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Will 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Rule the Weekend?

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' enters the summer box office with only 'Transformers 4' standing in its way. [...]

Summer box office slump

Industry analyst says box office doldrums won't last, but it might be time to look at the product This week, the movie industry took a look in the mirror and wondered: What's wrong? Am I not pretty?

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and the State of Horror on This Week's Most Craved

Is something rotten in the state of horror? This week's Most Craved takes a look at the disappointing box office performance of Deliver Us From Evil and asks whether audiences have soured on the supernatural subgenre, whether Hollywood?s...Show More Summary

Elle Fanning to Star in Neil Gaiman's 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties'

This summer, Elle Fanning was part of Disney's box office winning revisionist fairytale Maleficent, but now she's heading into much more enticing territory. THR reports the star of Super 8 will lead How to Talk to Girls at Parties, an adaptation of a 2006 short story by Neil Gaiman, author of The Graveyard Book, Coraline and The Sandman. Show More Summary

8 Things AMC Theaters Should Spend $600 Million on Instead of Leather Recliners

Depending on who you ask the movie business is either in bad financial shape this year or in really, really bad shape. The numbers break it down in similar fashion depending on what time frame you’re looking at. Per Box Office Mojo, 2014 is down 4.6% from last year at this same time and 6.5% compared to 2012. Show More Summary

‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Trailer Features Christian Bale, CGI Plagues and an Oompa Loompa-like Aussie

Ridley Scott is no stranger to period epics, but Gladiator aside, he hasn’t had the best of luck with them at the box office. 1492: Conquest of Paradise disappeared from theaters faster than the Native Americans did from Columbus’ conscience, and Robin Hood resulted in people wishing they were watching the Kevin Costner version. Show More Summary

Newswire: Director of America blames Google for confusing it with other Americas

Dinesh D’Souza, the CNN comment feed that became a man and made some movies, released his latest cinematic screed last week to scathing reviews from liberals with an agenda, and a disappointing box office from patriots who were victims of a vast conspiracy. Show More Summary

Frozen's Epic Box Office Winning Streak In Japan Just Ended

It's proving another banner year for female-fronted films, thanks to hits like Frozen, The Fault In Our Stars and Maleficent. Notably two of these three features came from Disney, and now they are facing off in Japan. THR reports Frozen sat at the top of the Japanese box office for the 16 weeks since it was released there. Show More Summary

The Weekend Warrior: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Although the box office is clearly down from last year, this already has been a summer full of big blockbusters, and many that were well-received critically and among moviegoers, and this weekend continues that trend with the release...Show More Summary

Summer's Domestic Box Office Is Down 20% From Last Year

Before the beginning of summer, this year's domestic box office was 9% ahead of last year's, buoyed by the strengths of springtime hits The LEGO Movie and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Somehow, in some way, that lead was squandered. Show More Summary

Life Itself Debuts at #1 in Specialty Box Office

This weekend I went to see "Motown The Musical," at the Oriental Theater in Chicago and loved it! Roger and I used to give a Motown Party for the Fourth of July at our summer house in Michigan and so the dance and song numbers featuring...Show More Summary

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: Weakened box office

With plenty of free explosions, devastation, and embarrassing relatives already on hand thanks to Fourth of July fireworks, Hurricane Arthur, and the holiday weekend, Americans didn’t have to pay for any of those things at the movies—and so they didn’t. Show More Summary

The Summer Box Office Challenge Week 11: And the Apes Shall Inherit the Box Office

Welcome to week eleven of our 2014 Summer Box-Office Challenge! Think of it as a summer-long contest for movie-lovers — you’ll make predictions and guesses as to which summer movies will rule the box-office each week, we award points...Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: ‘Transformers’ Dominates Worst July 4th Weekend Since 1999

Ifitseemedtoyouliketherewasn’tanythingworthseeingatthemultiplexthisweekend(goodluckfindingSnowpiercer ifyou’renotinamajormarket),youweren’talone.‘Transformers’easilydominatedaweakfielddespiteplummetingalmost64%fromitsopeningweekend,grossinganestimated$36.4milliondomesticfortheweekend,foratotalofmorethan$575millionworldwide.

Is Mark Wahlberg Going To Be The New Six Million Dollar Man?

Mark Wahlberg is riding high on box office success right now. Released just in the waning days of last month, Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction - in which Wahlberg stars as hero Cade Yeager - has already banked $174 million domestically and $575 million globally. Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: Transformers: Age of Extinction Blows Away 4th of July Competition

Three new movies hit theaters for the Fourth of July holiday, but none of them unseated last weekend's number one. Transformers: Age of Extinction easily held the top spot despite dropping over 60%. Adding $36 million this weekend domestic, that total climbed to $174 million. Show More Summary

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