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Will Smith Leads At Box Office, But ‘Focus’ Appeals More To Adults

Will Smith, Academy Award-nominated actor and Grammy-winning rapper, is well-known for his blockbuster movie career that dates back almost 20 years. Yet, even though his new film, Focus, led this weekend at the box office, the $19 million...Show More Summary

5 ways to fix Will Smith’s box-office slump

Two years after the colossal failure of sci-fi thriller "After Earth," Will Smith returned to theaters this past weekend with the flashy con artist/love story "Focus," and though it was number one at the box office, with an opening of $19.1 million, it one of Smith's lowest-opening weekends ever. Show More Summary

Focus Won the Box Office, but There's a Catch

This is how much Will Smith's movie earned in its first weekend - Hitfix Where you've seen House of Cards guest stars before - HuffPost Entertainment Watch Bethenny's big comeback on the Real Housewives of NYC - Vulture Here's what happened...Show More Summary

Why Margot Robbie Told Off Will Smith During Her Focus Audition

The recent weekend box office win of Focus has seemingly reinvigorated the previously beleaguered cinematic star power of Will Smith, possibly redeeming himself from 2013's Afterbirth... err, After Earth. However, it seems that his gorgeous...Show More Summary

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: Will Smith takes your money, but less of it than usual

Like a con man past his prime, Will Smith seems to have lost his gift for the grift. There was a time, not so long ago, when America was just begging to empty its pockets for the star, digging deep for whatever blockbuster project he lent his charms to. Show More Summary

?Box Office: Will Smith's Lost 'Focus' and the Oscars Effect

The narrative going into this weekend was that "Focus" would mark a comeback of sorts for Will Smith. His first lead role since the career stumbling block two years ago that was "After Earth," "Focus" was supposed to be an easy lay-up for Smith, a sleek, star-powered caper comedy that would face little competition in the doldrums of February. Show More Summary

German Box Office: 'Sniper' in the Shadow of 'Fifty Shades'

Sam Taylor-Johnson's erotic thriller took the top spot in Germany for the third weekend running, beating out newcomer 'American Sniper.' read more

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Will Smith's 'Focus' Takes $19.1M

'Focus' debuts in the top spot at the box office with $19.1 million, followed by 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' in second place. [...]

Box Office: Will Smith's Focus Takes the Top Spot

Though it wasn't exactly a blockbuster, Will Smith's Focus easily took first place at the box office this weekend, earning a respectable $19.1 million in its debut, Box Office Mojo reports. Kingsman: The Secret Service and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water held steady at Nos. 2 and 3, earning... Read More > Other Links From Fifty Shades Of Grey Will Smith

Will Smith's Focus Takes the Weak Weekend Box Office

The grifter film Focus, starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, brought in $19.1 million in its opening weekend. It didn't have much competition: The other new wide release, The Lazarus Effect brought in $10.6 million. Focus dethroned Fifty Shades of Grey, which slipped to fourth place with $10.9 million. Kingsman: The... More »

Weekend Box Office: ‘Focus’ Opened Worse Than ‘After Earth,’ WB Blames The Weather

WillSmith,frequentlyhypedasoneofadyingbreedofoldschool“moviestars”whocanopenafilmonthestrengthoftheirnamealone,hadhisworstopeningsince2008’sSevenPoundsthisweekend,asFocus(Laremy’sreview)earnedjust$19.1million.Itdidn’tcostthatmuchtomShow More Summary

Box Office: Will Smith’s ‘Focus’ Disappoints, Despite Opening at No. 1

Will Smith and Margot Robbie rule the box office this weekend with Focus, but why is it still a disappointment despite opening at No. 1? The post Box Office: Will Smith’s ‘Focus’ Disappoints, Despite Opening at No. 1 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.

‘Birdman,’ Other Oscar Winners Cash In Mildly At Specialty Box Office

Oscar victories typically translate into a box-office windfall for winners, none more so this year than Best Picture Birdman. After grabbing Best Picture and three other Oscars, Birdman took flight in its 20th weekend in theatrical release with a big expansion. Show More Summary

Oscar’s Halo At The Box Office: ‘Birdman’, ‘Still Alice’ & More Shine

Oscar winners Birdman, Whiplash and Theory of Everything are available on VOD and DVD, but you wouldn’t think that looking at their fantastic box office results this weekend.   And that wasn’t all.  Still Alice, The Imitation Game, American...Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: Focus Banks Blurry Number One, American Sniper Just Misses The Mark

It was rough going this weekend for Will Smith's latest offering. Although the movie came in at number one, that was due to the slowness of the February box office doldrums than a massive audience turn out. At $19 million, Focus isn't...Show More Summary

Box office: 'Focus' is No. 1; 'Still Alice,' 'Birdman' get Oscars bump

The Will Smith romantic caper "Focus" opened at No. 1, kicking "Fifty Shades of Grey" out of the top spot over the weekend but still falling short of box office projections.

'Focus' Dethrones 'Fifty Shades of Grey' at Weekend Box Office

Focus debuted to $19.1 million at the weekend box office, taking the top spot! According to THR, the flick, starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, still marked one of the lowest openings of his career. Coming in at No. 2 was Kingsman: The Secret Service, starring Colin Firth and Taron Egerton, which fell 33 percent [...]

Weekend Box Office: ‘Focus’ Leads The Pack As ’50 Shades” Grows Dim

50 Shades of Grey has dominated the box office since its release, but now it is beginning to show signs of fatigue. Will Smith’s Focus debuted on the big screen and jumped up to the top spot this week with a great start of $19.1 million. Show More Summary

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