The latest Marvel movie is expected to pull in around $200 million domestically when it opens in the U.S. this weekend.
Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book' had an even stronger third-weekend then we thought.
It’s not summer until you’ve seen that stupid Michael Jordan hot dog commercial they’ve been airing since the beginning of time. And it’s not the summer movie season until a bunch of overqualified actors don uncomfortable costumes and start striking action poses against green screens. Show More Summary
Many box office analysts predicted that "The Jungle Book" would not only three-peat atop the box office this weekend, but that it would earn more than three new wide releases combined. In fact, it earned nearly twice the combined total of those new releases. Show More Summary
The Jungle Book is the No. 1 movie in America for a third straight weekend -- and it wasn't even close. Seriously, not even a little bit.
Kitten comedy Keanu couldn't roar louder than The Jungle Book this weekend, as the Disney family movie topped the box office for the third straight week. The Jungle Book earned about $43 million, bringing its cumulative its cumulative gross to over $25o million in its first three weeks of release,... Read More >
comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of May 1, 2016, as compiled by the company's theatrical measurement services. As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Show More Summary
Summer blockbuster season gets underway next weekend with the arrival of Captain America: Civil War, but in the final April weekend things were less than exciting. Three new movies landed in theaters this weekend, but none were ableShow More Summary
Disney's The Jungle Book held off three underperforming newcomers to win at the box office for a 3rd week in a row, with $42.4 million.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "The Jungle Book" pulverized a trio of box office lightweights, racking up $42.4 million to lead ticket sales for the third consecutive weekend. Disney's live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli stories has made $252.1 million since opening last month. Show More Summary
Disney’s The Jungle Book has been out for three weeks now, and it is continuing to dominate the box office and watching its total gross just grow and grow. Now though, it’s going to have some competition and it will come from none other than…Disney. Show More Summary
The Jungle Book easily topped this weekend’s box office for its third consecutive week with an additional $42.4 million gross! According to THR, Disney’s adaptation of the classic tale hit $252.1 million domestically and $684.8 million globally. Tying for second place were the star-studded film The Huntsman, and Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele‘s new flick [...]
Three weeks after its April 15 release, Disney's The Jungle Book continues to be unstoppable. Disney estimates a $42.4 million weekend for the live-action adaptation. That's a drop-off of just 31% after last weekend's $61.5 million box...Show More Summary
Starz Digital gave an exclusive one-theater run to The Family Fang, Jason Bateman's second feature directorial, starring Christopher Walken, Nicole Kidman, Kathryn Hahn and Bateman himself over the weekend. The title had a decent start ahead of its expansion into 40 markets and VOD this coming week. Show More Summary
'The Jungle Book' had a bigger third weekend than 'Avengers: Age of Ultron,' 'Iron Man 3,' 'The Dark Knight Rises,' and 'Zootopia'.
Disney's "The Jungle Book" continues to own the box office as it stays at number one for a third consecutive week with an estimated $42.4 million, according to pro.boxoffice.com. This marks the eighth weekend Disney has been number one...Show More Summary
BY JAKE COYLE AP FILM WRITER NEW YORK (AP) -- Disney's "The Jungle Book" trounced a handful of underperforming new releases to rule the box office for a third consecutive week, while next week's certain champ, "Captain America: Civil...Show More Summary
Refresh for latest… Captain America: Civil War doesn't bring the fight to the U.S. until May 6, but the Disney/Marvel mash-up began its offshore campaign this frame in 37 territories. With an estimated $200.2M, Team Cap and Team Iron...Show More Summary
As is often the case, the "calm before the storm" weekend was a quiet one for new movies at the domestic box office.
A little tabby cat isn't faring very well against the rest of the animal kingdom at the box office this weekend. For the third consecutive weekend, Walt Disney Studios' "The Jungle Book" is dominating ticket sales — spelling bad news for Key and Peele's kitten-themed comedy "Keanu." The new take...