Labor Day Weekend didn't bring anything new and exciting for audiences to enjoy, and in return people pretty much stayed away from the movies, making the weekend the second lowest of the year so far according to Box Office Mojo. Guardians...Show More Summary
As the Labor Day holiday weekend comes to a close, Chris Pratt & Co are back on top of the box office earnings list. According to domestic numbers, “Guardians of the Galaxy” scored an impressive $22.2 million, and when added to the previous...Show More Summary
There has been so much buzz and success for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy since the film hit theaters last month. The sci-fi action flick just topped the box office again this past weekend, and is now the highest grossing film (domestically) of the year so far. Show More Summary
6th UPDATE, Monday, 8:17 AM: Guardians of the Galaxy will end the summer with over $280M domestically — and, of course, it's still playing. We expect this one to eventually pass $300M as there is nothing opening next weekend. This one will clock in with an estimated $22.4M to $23M for the weekend. Show More Summary
Box Office: Guardians of the Galaxy is projected to remain at No. 1, while this weekend's newcomers have disappointed. The post Box Office: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Is No. 1 While Newcomers Disappoint appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Guardians of the Galaxy retained the top spot at the box office over the Labor Day holiday weekend, which overall was the second-worst weekend for ticket sales of 2014, Box Office Mojo reports. The Marvel Studios film earned $16.3 million...Show More Summary
Here's our box office report for the weekend of August 31, 2014 – featuring new releases 'The November Man' and 'As Above/So Below.'
As with the major releases, the specialty film box office this Labor Day holiday weekend is comparatively more tepid than last year's. In 2013, Pantelion began a record-breaking run with Instructions Not Included, the highest grossing Spanish-language film ever in…
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Star-Lord is single-handedly rescuing a lackluster summer box office. The funny kid cousin of the Marvel universe, Guardians of the Galaxy, took the Labor Day weekend box office with a $16.3 million haul thus far, making it the top grossing film of 2014 with over $274 million (over Captain America:... More »
Perhaps as a sign this summer couldn’t be over soon enough for Hollywood, the top three positions at the box office for the weekend were exactly the same as last week: “Guardians of the Galaxy” continued its surprising run with an estimated three-day draw of $16.3 million, and...
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy easily wins the Labor Day weekend box office with a three-day gross of $16.3 million and projected four-day earning of $21.2 million! According to THR, the action flick starring Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana, is now officially the top-grossing movie of 2014 with a $274.6 million total gross. Teenage Mutant [...]
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" misfits reached a new box office stratosphere over the U.S. Labor Day weekend, soaring past fellow Marvel hero "Captain America" to become the highest-grossing domestic movie of 2014.
Lucy crossed $150M at the international box office this weekend for a cume of $151.6M. It added $27.2M at 4,700 Universal dates in 48 territories bringing the studio's portion of the cume to $107.2M. Combined with grosses from Luc Besson's...Show More Summary
Matinees are in for this weekend's openers and holdovers and, as expected, Disney/Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy is retaining the No. 1 spot after five weeks in release and is on track to gross an estimated $14.3M weekend and a total of about $18.5M over the long holiday. Show More Summary
It's another slow start to the Labor Day weekend at the box office.
'Ninja Turtles' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy' are both looking to reclaim the top spot at the box office over the holiday weekend. [...]
As many industry insiders head to Venice and Telluride as the last vestiges of summer wind down Labor Day weekend, new Specialty releases are nevertheless in abundance as another Awards season begins to ramp up. Lionsgate and its partnered...Show More Summary
It'll likely be Guardians Of The Galaxy as No. 1 again this weekend, while Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles should continue to play hard throughout the long Labor Day weekend. IMAX was smart to book Guardians in its theaters for as long as it has. Show More Summary
Two weeks after opening Lois Lowry's novel adaptation The Giver in the #5 weekend box office spot, Walden Media and The Weinstein Co. are making a pledge for the upcoming Labor Day weekend. Fifty cents of every ticket sold during the holiday frame will go to the National Education Association's Read Across America program. Show More Summary