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‘Mortdecai’ Is Johnny Depp’s Fifth Box Office Flop In A Row

It appears that Oscar nominee Johnny Depp will have another flop to add to his resume with Mortdecai. According to a report from Deadline, Depp’s latest only brought in $1.6 million on Friday in 2,648 theaters. Analysts are predicting that Mortdecai will pull in just $4.6 million once the weekend is over. Show More Summary

Hollywood Left Loved Snipers When It Came to George W. Bush

The Hollywood Left is having fits over the success of American Sniper, the box office record-breaking bio-pic of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle directed by Clinton Eastwood that has garnered six Oscar nominations. As has been reported, there is a campaign … Continue reading ?

‘American Sniper’ Sets Records with $105 Million at Box Office

Read Speakeasy's report on how newly released films performed at the box office.

Bradley Cooper Ate 8K Calories a Day to Play Sniper

American Sniper won the box office this weekend, bringing in $90.2 million in three days—a feat that broke January records, USA Today reports. Meanwhile, the Chris Kyle biopic is making headlines in other ways: In order to put on the 40 pounds he needed to play Kyle, Bradley...

Eastwood film ‘American Sniper’ sets box office record while setting off flurry of racist tweets

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Clint Eastwood’s controversial war film ‘American Sniper,’ based on the late Chris Kyle’s autobiography, set a January box office record this weekend, taking in a reported $90 million while at the same lighting up Twitter with racist comments from some audience members...

Michael Moore On Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper': U.S Navy SEAL Shooters Like Chris Kyle Are ‘Cowards’

Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper may be doing well at the box office and in the minds of the American audience, but Michael Moore has only word to describe the men who fight in the U.S. military: coward. In a related report by the Inquisitr,...Show More Summary

‘American Sniper’ Kills At Box Office As Some Critics Condemn And Others Commend

American Sniper is making a killing at the American box office even as it is polarizing critics, with some condemning and others commending it and its subject. The Hollywood Reporter wrote that American Sniper is bringing in a lot of moviegoers. Show More Summary

Study reveals why we’ve stopped going to the movie theater

In spite of all the blockbusters that released in 2014, movie theater attendance actually took a dive. According to a recent report from PricewaterhouseCoopers, the number one contributing factor to box office declines is the rise in ticket prices. Show More Summary

Business Insider Is Hiring An Entertainment Reporter!

Business Insider is hiring an Entertainment Reporter to join our growing team. We’re looking for someone who is obsessed with all movies, box office, TV, music, video games, awards shows, and more – from the latest headlines to the biggest...Show More Summary

Movie Ticket Prices Are Too Damn High, 2014 Summer B.O. Collapse Study Finds

Bad news for theater owners: High ticket prices were the biggest culprit in the 21% year-over-year decline in domestic box office revenues last summer, research and consulting firm PwC reports today based on a survey of 1,044 consumers in October and November. Show More Summary

‘American Sniper’ Invincible In Continued Four-Theater Release; ‘A Most Violent Year’ Solid

This Golden Globes weekend was all about the holdovers in the Specialty Box Office. Newcomers made barely a blip if they reported numbers at all, while Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper is simply a four-theater cash cow, pulling in $555,000...Show More Summary

Leaked Sony Emails On Twitter Show Sony’s Concern With Colin Farrell Box Office Losses

It wasn’t just the international box office draw of stars like Denzel Washington that concerned Sony Pictures or related producers as revealed by the Sony email hack and reported by the Inquisitr. As it happens, newly posted leaked images...Show More Summary

4 Ideas to Save the Multiplex and the Future of Movies

Shutterstock There's less gold in silver screens these days. Box office watcher Rentrak is reporting that ticket revenue in the U.S. and Canada slipped 5.3 percent in 2014. Ticket prices are creeping higher with every year, so the decline in multiplex attendance is actually even more pronounced than Rentrak's revenue tally. Show More Summary

Pro-life blog buzz 1-6-15

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Secular Pro-Life has discovered some interesting nuggets in Planned Parenthood’s latest annual report. For instance, PP hails the box office flop Obvious Child as a “major victory.” They also boast of an increased college campus presence, bringing them to over 200 chapters. Show More Summary

Action Pics Shoot Up With ‘Guardians’ & ‘Mockingjay'; Other Genres Take A Hit: 2014 B.O.

Most film genres at the 2014 domestic box office saw big declines, so before you stop writing that comedy or drama screenplay, know that this trend is largely a result of the annual B.O. of $10.35 billion taking a 5% hit as reported per Rentrak Theatrical. Show More Summary

Box Office: The Hobbit Kicks Off 2015 at No. 1

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies continued to dominate the box office in the first weekend of the new year, raking in $21.9 million to top the chart for the third week in a row, Box Office Mojo reports. Read More > Other Links...Show More Summary

Fox Has $5.5 Billion Record-Breaking Year At Box Office

It was a huge year for 20th Century Fox. Deadline reports that the studio had a record-breaking year, earning more than $5.5 billion globally at the box office, which is remarkable considering 2014 was particularly dismal for movie attendance. Show More Summary

Box Office: Hobbit, Unbroken Rule, But How Did The Interview Do?

Angelina Jolie's Unbroken had an impressive debut at the box office over Christmas weekend, taking in $31.7 million ($47.3 million including Christmas Day receipts), Box Office Mojo reports. Read More > Other Links From Angelina...Show More Summary

'The Interview' Makes $1 Million On Christmas

"The Interview" raked in $1 million at the box office on Christmas Day, Sony Pictures reported on Friday, and stands to make a few million more throughout the holiday weekend. The much-discussed comedy about North Korea opened in approximately...Show More Summary

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