The post-Christmas weekend, which is also the last of 2014, saw a nice boost for most movies and some exceptional openings for the newcomers. It paints a good picture for the weekend, but it wasn't enough to dig the 2014 box office out...Show More Summary
'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' wins again with $41.4 million, while 'Unbroken' opens in second place with $31.7 million. [...]
Unbroken and Into the Woods pull in $46+ million in four days The post The Hobbit Holds Off All-Comers in Christmas Box Office appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Between "Mockingjay" and "X-Men," Lawrence's movies brought in $1.4 billion at the global box office this year.
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2014 was a great year for Kevin Hart: his films Ride Along, Think Like A Man Too, and About Last Night were all box office successes (with varying degrees of appreciation from critics), and Hart appeared in the fairly well received Top Five. Show More Summary
While The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day didn't exactly light up the box office when it was released back in 2009, that's apparently doing nothing to slow the production of a sequel, as star Norman Reedus is reporting that things...Show More Summary
It was a weekend dominated by holiday sequels, and although they had a decent turn out, there wasn't much room for holiday cheers by franchise box office standards. Number one went, not surprisingly, to the third and final installation The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies. Show More Summary
'Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' wins with $56.2 million over the weekend, earning $90.2 million since its release on Wednesday. [...]
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Night at the Museum and Annie underperform with less than $20 million The post The Hobbit Finale Tops the Box Office with $90 Million appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Will 'Hobbit 3' have any competition from 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' or 'Annie'? Take a look at our projected top 10. [...]
If the ending of Transformers: Age of Extinction didn’t promise a sequel, those box office receipts did. Besides dismal reviews all around, and the lowest domestic gross of the franchise, Age of Extinction grossed over a billion dollars worldwide. Show More Summary
Deadline reports that Jim Carrey and production company Red Granite are looking to join forces again to make more money, following the box office success of Dumb And Dumber To. Producers Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland have optioned Johnny Rosenthal’s Deep Cover, with Carrey set to star. Show More Summary
As James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy box office numbers began to soar when the film was released this past summer, the big studios began to notice something: audiences really like big, sci-fi space adventures. The Marvel Studios was...Show More Summary
'Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' took in $11.2 million on Thursday, besting the $8.8 million take of 'Desolation of Smaug' last year. [...]
The film industry wants (nay, needs) to find ways to bring audiences back into theaters. The box office tallies of 2014 aren't nearly as dire as they were in years past, though summer's blockbuster season didn't live up to inflated studio expectations. Show More Summary
Exodus: Gods And Kings––Ridley Scott’s latest attempt at turning a foundational cultural myth into an epic-length assemblage of underdeveloped themes and underwhelming battle scenes––ascended to the top of Mount Box Office this weekend, returning with stone tablets inscribed with four-and-twenty million dollars, give or take. Show More Summary
Not that this should come as a huge surprise, but The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is totally eating up the foreign box office. It hasn't opened in the US quite yet, but The Battle of the Five Armies already opened in 38 foreign territories such as Japan, Russia, and Mexico. Show More Summary
Animated films are still the big grossers among the awards-buzz movies, but "The Theory of Everything," "Wild" and "The Imitation Game" didn't do too badly over the weekend.