Regardless of all this film was not well received by critics and the negative buzz, Suicide Squad has crossed the $600 million mark at the worldwide box office after just 20 days in theaters and now heads into its fourth weekend. Director David Ayer announced it via Twitter and wanted to thank all the fans for it. Show More Summary
At four weeks out, "Suicide Squad" has doubled its domestic gross for a box office total of $267.255m. The post Suicide Squad Doubles Its Opening Weekend for $267m Box Office Haul appeared first on CBR.com.
'Suicide Squad' has now doubled its opening weekend gross and may end up almost as leggy as 'Captain America: Civil War.'
Believe it or not, there's a chance that Suicide Squad might not top the box office for the fourth weekend in a row. In fact, if the estimates are correct, there's one particular movie that might end up taking the crown for the first August weekend not ruled by DC Comics. Read on to find...
The summer box office hoopla is coming to a close, and you can always tell by how low the grosses go. Sixty-four percent K-12 schools are back in session, as well as close to 60% of all colleges per ComScore and the type of impact that has on the B.O. Show More Summary
Sadly, Laika’s Kubo and the Two Strings came in fourth place at the box office this past weekend. It’s the Portland-based company’s lowest-grossing opening weekend to date, which is a shame. The beautiful, elegant and often moving stop-motion...Show More Summary
After the highly-anticipated remake of "Ben-Hur" fell behind the top-five earners at the box office last weekend, actress Roma Downey, one of the film's producers, said she felt drained and was seeking God for support amid the disappointment.
Three-time winner Suicide Squad goes up against Don't Breathe, Mechanic: Resurrection and Hands of Stone at the box office this weekend.
Epic actually took sixth place in final numbers, landing outside the weekend's top five.
Hey, did you hear the one about the flashy blockbuster remake of the New Testament action movie that managed to attract neither the Game Of Thrones nor the Passion Of The Christ crowds? No? Us either, considering we barely even thought...Show More Summary
Suicide Squad is the No. 1 film in America for a third straight weekend. However, the big story is MGM and Paramount suffering a massive bomb in the form of Ben-Hur. Get the box office news here:
Ben-Hur, the remake of the classic 1959 film about a merchant living in the time of Jesus, flopped over the weekend, raking in just $11 million (and an addition $10 million worldwide), a mere dent in its $100 million budget.
Paramount's Ben-Hur came in a disappointing fifth place on its opening weekend. According to Box Office Mojo, the film was only able to pull in $11.4 million, against a $100 million production budget. Meanwhile, Suicide Squad enjoyed a third week at the top of the chart despite its almost unanimous... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Suicide Squad Ben Hur Sausage Party
comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of August 21, 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
There were three new movies in theaters this weekend, but all three newcomers bombed to various degrees, leaving Suicide Squad with an unremarkable but solid third weekend in the number one spot.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - “Ben-Hur” derailed spectacularly at the multiplexes this weekend, as the latest attempt to revive the chariot racing epic opened to an anemic $11.4 million. That’s a disastrous result for the $100 millionShow More Summary
Critics may have been unimpressed but "Suicide Squad" has now made $262 million in the United States for Warner Bros.
By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, Aug 21 (Variety.com) - "Ben-Hur" derailed spectacularly at the multiplexes this weekend, as the latest attempt to revive the chariot racing epic opened to an anemic $11.4 million. That's a disastrous result...Show More Summary
Suicide Squad once again took the No. 1 box office spot this weekend with an additional $20.7 million gross! According to THR, the film – starring Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, and more – has raked in a domestic total $262.3 million so far. Coming in second place was Seth Rogen‘s new animated comedy [...]
Suicide Squad tops the box office once again, claiming its third #1 weekend since opening three weeks ago. The anti-superhero blockbuster from Warner Bros. about DC Comics villains earned an estimated $20.7 million. Even allowing for...Show More Summary