Apparently The Hunger Games sounded pretty appetizing to Thanksgiving moviegoers, as the final installment of the franchise landed again atop the holiday weekend's box office with a tidy $75.8 million, reports USA Today. Mockingjay—Part 2 has now collected $440.7 million in two weeks of release, and this...
'Mockingjay - Part 2' beat out 'Creed' and 'The Good Dinosaur' over the five-day weekend.
Talk about a mercy killing. Twentieth Century Fox has reportedly removed the sequel to 2015's "Fantastic Four" from its release schedule, according to Box Office Mojo. "Fantastic Four" opened to universally terrible reviews in August...Show More Summary
Reports are predicting a record breaking opening weekend for STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, but DISNEY is tempering expectations.
20th Century Fox As reported by Comicbook.com and confirmed by Box Office Mojo's trusty release slate schedule, Fantastic Four 2 is officially no longer on the release calendar. The sequel to Josh Trank's franchise reboot was planned to open on June 9, 2017, well before the first film actually opened. But as you presumably know, [...]
Sony This will be a weekend box office report for anything that didn't open this weekend. There may be some repetition from Friday's report, but there is plenty new to see as well. Spectre had a great news/slightly less great news weekend this time out. The bad news is that the 007 movie plunged [...]
Lionsgate is reporting a $61M overseas cume through Friday on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 in 87 offshore markets. While we don’t yet have a full territory-by-territory breakdown, the final installment in the YA franchise is currently playing No. Show More Summary
'Spectre' image courtesy of Sony This will be a Friday box office report for anything that didn't open this weekend. Spectre took a token hit from The Hunger Games this weekend, as the Daniel Craig spy sequel earned $4.28 million on its third Friday, down 57% from last Friday for a new $143m cume. But [...]
Earlier this month we reported that, despite performing respectably at the box office, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo would not get a direct sequel from Sony Pictures. Instead, the studio plans to reboot the series on a lower budget and without the film’s stars Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig, or director David Fincher. Show More Summary
The top of this week’s box office mirrors last week as new James bond film Spectre and the computer animated Peanuts Movie retained their respective numbers one and two spots in theaters this week, reports the L.A. Times’ Tre’vell Anderson. Show More Summary
Refresh for latest… International esimates are in for what’s been a slow frame for pretty much everyone but James Bond — and Salman Khan. Disney didn’t even report figures given its current films have wound up their international runs ahead of The Good Dinosaur later this month — and some movie that features droids and light sabers next month. Show More Summary
Goonies 2 is the movie that fans have been clamoring for since the first one landed in theaters in 1985. An undeniable box office hit — Box Office Mojo reports that it hit $61.3 million on its initial release ($144 million by today’s standards) — all of the original stars are game as is director... Show More Summary
Topic: Books An unorthodox musical with a diverse cast about the life of Alexander Hamilton is creating waves on Broadway and beyond while it smashes box office records. Charlie Rose reports. View More: 60 Minutes News | Live News |Show More Summary
"Steve Jobs," the new movie about the life of the Apple CEO which was written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, is having a nightmare at the box office. Cult of Mac reports that the movie is performing so badly that it has been pulled from over 2,000 cinemas because people simply don't want to go and see it. Show More Summary
Spectre injected some much-needed revenue into the box office this weekend, taking in $73 million, making it the second-highest opening ever for a James Bond film (behind 2012's Skyfall), Box Office Mojo reports. In second place was The Peanuts Movie, which also had an impressive debut with $45... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Spectre
In an attempt to validate discredited CBS reporting on President George W. Bush's alleged preferential treatment in the Air National Guard during the Vietnam War, the new movie "Truth" is flopping at the box office.
As THR reported in October, the new deal solidifies Hollywood and China's existing trade terms, while also promising international auditing of China's box office, where irregularities have often been reported. read more
The Martian claimed the No. 1 spot once again at the weekend box office, but why was October the month of bombs? Read our report here:
In 2014, TriStar and Sony had a box office hit in their hands when they came out with a faith-based movie titled "Heaven Is For Real." According to a report in Deadline, the TV division of Sony Pictures is working on a television drama series that is based on the film. The TV series is a sequel of the feature film.
This week, Spectre killed overseas records like James Bond kills nameless Cold War-era henchmen. As Box Office Mojo reports, Spectre broke records in:"...the Netherlands, where Spectre took in 3.3 million Euro ($3.7 million USD), surpassing the record set by Skyfall. In the Nordic region, Spectre set records in Finland and... More »