Guardians of the Galaxy retained the top spot at the box office over the Labor Day holiday weekend, which overall was the second-worst weekend for ticket sales of 2014, Box Office Mojo reports. The Marvel Studios film earned $16.3 million...Show More Summary
Here's our box office report for the weekend of August 31, 2014 – featuring new releases 'The November Man' and 'As Above/So Below.'
Capping off a season that has already been declared one of the lowest for the music industry, as well as the general human race, Variety reports that the box office also just had a crappy summer—its worst in eight years. Ticket sales...Show More Summary
Hey there reader, been to the movies lately? If the box office reports are any indication, I’m guessing not — and who can blame you? We’re currently in the weird dead zone between the tentpole blockbusters of the summer and the prestige, Oscar-friendly pictures (and, increasingly, tentpole blockbusters) of the fall. Show More Summary
Here's our box office report for the weekend of August 24th, 2014 – featuring new releases 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For,' 'If I Stay' and 'When the Game Stands Tall.'
If this was a typical Sunday morning, I'd report that The One I Love, the latest quirky quasi-comedy from the Duplass Brothers, had a solid but not scintillating debut weekend at the specialty box office. But this has not been a typical Sunday morning. Show More Summary
Yesterday we reported that it was likely the teens would own the box office with the tearjerker flick If I Stay. That said, if there’s one thing we’ve learned from our failed prediction it’s that we shouldn’t underestimate fans of Guardians of The Galaxy. Coming in at No. 1 at the box office, according to
Looks like despite the poor reviews If I Stay topped Friday’s box office. The teen tearjerker starring promising young actress Chloë Moretz pulled in a lot of fanfare on Friday with $6.8 million on opening. At No. 2 was Guardians of The Galaxy with $4.8 million. Will If I Stay be the victor at the
By The Entertainment Oracle: Last month many investors and reporters had written off the 2014 box office and began looking towards 2015's stellar slate of sequels to save the day. Yet the more and more we get into August, the more and more we are beginning to see a (slight) box office rebound. Show More Summary
Here’s our box office report for the weekend of August 17, 2014 – featuring new releases 'The Expendables 3,' 'Let's Be Cops,' and 'The Giver.'
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Guardians of the Galaxy were once again the top two films at the box office this weekend, Box Office Mojo reports. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jake Johnson New Girl Boyhood Guardians Of The Galaxy Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Lucy The Giver The Hundred Foot Journey Step Up All In Into The Storm Let's Be Cops The Expendables 3
Read Speakeasy's report on how the latest film releases performed at the box office this weekend.
Morning Money Memo… ABC News’ John Kapetaneas reports: It will once again be a battle at the weekend box office, only this time with much lower stakes. Sylvester Stallone’s third installment of “The Expendables,” the half-billion dollar series comprised of mostly 1980s action movie stars,...
As we reported, next to bombing at the box office, the worst nightmare for a studio releasing a blockbuster hopeful like The Expendables 3 is a leak going viral. In terms of The Expendables 3, fans are getting to see the film days before the movie is released into theaters, and that’s not due to
Here's our box office report for the weekend of August 10, 2014 – featuring new releases 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' 'The Hundred-Foot Journey,' and 'Into the Storm.'
Go ninja indeed! Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot showed some serious turtle power at the box office, grossing an estimated $65 million in its opening weekend, Box Office Mojo reports. Last week's top film, Guardians...Show More Summary
Read Speakeasy's report on the box-office results for this weekend's opening films.
Marvel is just winning all over the place this week. Fans (and likely the studio heads) of the comic book publisher/movie studio cheered when the ridiculous box office numbers for Guardians of the Galaxy were reported on Monday; they cheered even more uproariously when Warner Bros. flinched with respect to the release date of Batman v. […]
For the first time in a while, I actually went out to see a major Hollywood blockbuster during its opening weekend yesterday. We had to wait in line for like an hour, but still. Worth it. Anyway, BoxOfficeMojo reports that Guardians of the Galaxy took the top spot, surprise surprise, with an opening of $94MORE
Read Speakeasy's report on the weekend's box-office results.