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Audiences Plan To Get Into ‘Get Out’ – Weekend B.O. Preview

After last weekend’s Presidents’ Day funk which saw four-day ticket sales of $179.7M, off 35% from 2016’s holiday record, the box office will continue to rest before its spring awakening on March 3 when 20th Century Fox’s R-Rated Wolverine...Show More Summary

New Shows, Glenn Close Blast Broadway Box Office 29% Out Of Winter Freeze

A holiday weekend, three new shows, plus Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo adding more star power to a roster that already sees fans lining up outside the Barrymore Theatre, angling for Cate Blanchett’s autograph, Broadway saw a 29 per cent jump at the box office last week. Show More Summary

Will Get Out Scare LEGO Batman Away from the Box Office?

The critically-acclaimed thriller Get Out squares off against The LEGO Batman Movie, along with Collide and Rock Dog at the box office this weekend.

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: This is why we can’t have weird things

A long, strange, R-rated thriller with no major movie stars, A Cure For Wellness was never going to be a runaway blockbuster success story. But it’s still disheartening that Gore Verbinski’s crazed genre whatsit flopped so hard over the President’s Day weekend. Show More Summary

Everything is awesome for 'Lego Batman' at the box office; at Universal's 'Great Wall,' it's not so great

A talking building-block toy proved tougher than Matt Damon’s “The Great Wall” at the box office over the four-day Presidents Day weekend, as “The Lego Batman Movie”  from Warner Bros. finished first and raked in an estimated  $42.5 million in the U.S. and Canada. The animated “Batman” parody,...

Everything is awesome for 'Lego Batman' at the box office; at Universal's 'Great Wall,' it's not so great

A talking building-block toy proved tougher than Matt Damon’s “The Great Wall” at the box office over the four-day Presidents Day weekend, as “The Lego Batman Movie”  from Warner Bros. finished first and raked in an estimated  $42.5 million in the U.S. and Canada. The animated “Batman” parody,...

Every 'X-Men' Box Office Opening Ranked Worst To Best Ahead Of 'Logan'

With 'Logan' expected to snag a domestic box office opening weekend in the region of $55-60 million, I look at how much each of the X-Men and X-Verse movies to date have taken on their debuts.

'Lego Batman' Fights Off 'Fifty Shades' And 'The Great Wall' At The Box Office

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - “The Lego Batman Movie” is dominating the North American box office with an estimated $44 million this President’s Day weekend ? nearly matching the combined haul of “Fifty Shades Darker” and “The Great Wall.” Universal’s...Show More Summary

‘Lego Batman’ wins box office again as ‘Great Wall’ crumbles

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The Lego Batman Movie" commanded the Presidents Day weekend box office, staying No. 1 for the second straight week.

'Lego Batman' & 'Fifty Shades' Beat 'The Great Wall' at President's Day Weekend Box Office

The Lego Batman Movie took the No. 1 spot at this holiday weekend’s box office with an additional $35 million. Starring the voices of Will Arnett, Michael Cera, and Rosario Dawson, the animated flick crossed the the $100 million mark domestically and is projected to gross $45 million after the Monday numbers come in, according [...]

LEGO Batman Wins Weekend #2 at the Box Office with $34.2M

LEGO Batman Movie repeats atop the box office with $34.2 million, taking down three new releases in their opening weekends.

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Tops $3.2M, ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ Opens at $1M – Specialty Box Office

This holiday weekend’s Specialty box office is mostly quiet with debuts, while key Oscar nominees are keeping their zest. At over $3.2M, Magnolia Pictures' documentary nominee I Am Not Your Negro, in its third weekend of release, has pulled ahead in cumulative gross of all but a few 2016 non-fiction releases. Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: LEGO Batman Stays On Top, Cure For Wellness Takes Turn For The Worse

Last weekend was dominated by new sequels and spinoffs, but this was the weekend for new original movies. The sequels landed the top three spots last week, but this week the originals didn't fare so well.

‘Fifty Shades’ Dominant With $277M WW; ‘La La’ Lands $200M+ Overseas; ‘XXX’ Tops In China – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: In a big holdover weekend at the international box office, Universal Pictures' Fifty Shades Darker maintained its grip on the No. 1 spot with an additional $43.7M in 59 markets. That's a 52% drop from last week when...Show More Summary

'Lego Batman' and 'Fifty Shades' power the holiday box office as 'Great Wall' fails

The long President's Day weekend helped holdovers like "The Lego Batman Movie" and "Fifty Shades Darker," but for new releases "The Great Wall," "Fist Fight," and "A Cure for Wellness" there wasn't much business. "Lego Batman" took in...Show More Summary

'Lego Batman Movie' & 'Fifty Shades' Will Lead the Weekend's Box Office Again

The box office will have a repeat with its leading movies this weekend as The Lego Batman Movie and Fifty Shades Darker are set to top the President’s Day weekend. The Lego Batman Movie grossed an estimated $7.6 million on Friday (February 17) for a projected four-day weekend of $38 million to $40 million. Fifty [...]

Logan On Track For Solid $60 Million Opening Weekend

The third and final Wolverine film is shaping up to be a solid box office performer considering its March release date. The post Logan On Track For Solid $60 Million Opening Weekend appeared first on CBR.com.

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