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Moviegoers Take A ‘Vacation’ Tuesday Night – Box Office

Warner Bros./New Line’s updated sequel Vacation started its weekend journey last night at 7 PM, gassing up $1.2M. The film, which follows Clark Griswold’s son, Rusty, in his return to Walley World, opens 32 years to the day after the...Show More Summary

'Mission: Impossible,' 'Vacation' to kick off slower summer month at box office

The box office is shaping up for a slow start in August, with the latest "Mission Impossible" expected to open with modest ticket sales this weekend.

Rachel McAdams Eyed for 'Doctor Strange' Female Lead

Rachel McAdams looks super chic while stepping out of her hotel on Monday afternoon (July 27) in New York City. The 36-year-old actress is hot off a great weekend after her new movie Southpaw exceeded expectations at the box office. It is being rumored that Rachel is the top choice to land the female lead [...]

How Much Is ‘Pixels’ A Box Office Pickle For Adam Sandler? – Weekend Actuals

Nancy Tartaglione contributed to this report.  Some reporters are writing Adam Sandler’s box office obituary today after the less-than-spectacular $24M bow for Sony’s Pixels which cost a reported net $88M.  If the budget was lower, we’d...Show More Summary

Cara Delevingne: Who Is She And How Did She Get The Star Role In Paper Towns?

Paper Towns came out in theaters last Thursday, and it had quite the following. The John Green novel turned movie debuted with more than $12.5 million at the box office over the weekend. That’s not bad at all for a non-franchise film marketed towards teenagers. Show More Summary

'Ant-Man' Defeats Pac-Man At This Weekend's Box Office revealed the results for this weekend's box office with the winner going to Disney and Marvel Studios "Ant-Man" taking first place in the U.S. with $24.8 Million in its second week of release. "Ant-Man" directed by Peyton...Show More Summary

Audiences Plan To Accept ‘Mission: Impossible 5? While Taking ‘Vacation’ – Box Office Preview

After finishing one weekend at the box office, it’s starting all over again tomorrow night when Warner Bros. previews New Line’s reboot of Vacation at 7PM. By Friday, Paramount-Skydance’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation will be in the mix with a target at No. Show More Summary

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: Is it game over for Adam Sandler?

Nostalgia is a fickle mistress, especially when it comes to the tricky business of selling a movie. Why will audiences shell out for one shameless shrine to a seminal special-effects movie of their youth, but not another? And if theShow More Summary

Box Office: ‘Pixels’ Is Another Disappointment for Adam Sandler

Ant-Man has defeated Pixels at the weekend box office, as the video game comedy proved to be yet another disappointment for Adam Sandler.

‘Monster Hunt’ Seizes China Record; Blackout Pics Begin To Close Gap With H’wd

China’s media authority, SAPPRFT, has been relatively quiet during the past blackout month at the box office, but piped up over the weekend to tout the monster returns of smash hit Monster Hunt. The CGI/live-action fantasy adventureShow More Summary

Grown Ups Director Rips Critics And Defends Adam Sandler In Foul-Mouthed Tirade

Adam Sandler has done it again. And by "it," we mean incite the wrath of movies critics everywhere. Pixels â?? his latest film under his Happy Madison production company â?? lost the top spot at the weekend box office to Ant-Man, currently sits at 18% from 104 reviews, and has taken a beating on social media. Show More Summary

‘Ant-Man’ Topples ‘Pixels ‘ At The Box Office This Weekend

The box office weekend was quite similar to the last one as ‘Ant-Man’ continued its domination. The movie about the ant-sized superhero managed to topple Adam Sandler’s ‘Pixels’. Disney and Marvel’s Ant-Man, picked up first place, netting...Show More Summary

Cara Delevingne explainer: Who is she and how did she get the lead in ‘Paper Towns’?

Cara Delevingne (star of  “Paper Towns”, which debuted with $12.5 million at the box office this weekend) is one of those celebrities who is suddenly all over the place, out of nowhere. And unless you’re a teen, you may have no idea why. Here is a guide that answers the five most frequently asked questions about stars-of-the-moment: […]

Pixels bombs at the box office, surprising no one

The movie we all can't stop shitting on, Pixels, debuted at the number-two spot at the box office last weekend with $23 million in North America losing to Ant-Man's $24.7 million haul. Pixels reportedly cost $88 million to make, meaning it is about $65 million of breaking even. Show More Summary

'Ant-Man' Slips Past 'Pixels' To Win The Weekend

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Adam Sandler’s "Pixels" may have beat the weekend’s other new releases, but its $24 million debut failed to best the small-but-mighty "Ant-Man." Instead, Marvel’s smallest hero claimed the box office crown again in its second weekend...Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: Pixels Plays Second To Ant-man's Second Weekend As Player One

Eighties video game nostalgia isn't as powerful as Sony/Columbia probably hoped. The Adam Sandler action comedy Pixels may have given last weekend's top earner Ant-man a run for the number one spot this week, but it's not much to get...Show More Summary

Box Office: Ant-Man Beats Pixels by an Antenna

Paul Rudd's teeny-tiny superhero showed off its might at the box office this weekend, as Ant-Man remained America's top movie for the second week in a row and thwarted serious competition, Box Office Mojo reports. Ant-Man pulled in $24.8...Show More Summary

'Ant-Man' Barely Beats 'Pixels' with $24.7M Box Office Win

'Ant-Man' takes the top spot at the box office for the second weekend in a row with $24.7 million, just ahead of 'Pixels' with $24 million.

Adam Sandler’s ‘Pixels’ Can’t Topple ‘Ant-Man’ at Box Office

North American movie theaters generated $149 million over the weekend, a 3.7 percent decrease from the same three days last year, according to Rentrak, which compiles box-office data. But whether the decline was due to specific offerings on marquees or reluctance by ticket buyers to visit theaters after the shooting will likely never be known for certain.

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