Opening weekend—the final frontier. These are the voyages of the rebooted Star Trek film series. Its seven-year mission: to exploit strange new forms of nostalgia; to seek out new audiences and new demographic quadrants; to boldly go where successful modern media franchises have gone before. Show More Summary
Star Trek Beyond had a big weekend at the box office, proving that the masses still love stories set in space. Today we push the limits of '80s videos set in space with the magnificent cheesy Boys Do Fall In Love by Robin Gibb.
Star Trek Beyond debuted at the box office this weekend and landed the No. 1 spot with $59.6 million. The Secret Life of Pets came in at second place, and Ghostbusters came in third. Anticipation for the third film with Captain Kirk and his crew wasn’t quite as high as it was for Into Darkness,... Show More Summary
Lights Out premiered this weekend, and while it didn’t take the top slot, it certainly proved to have franchise potential. The film, developed from a creepy short film of the same name, followed in the proverbial footsteps of The Purge: Election Year, which has already multiplied its budget many times over in actual gross. Show More Summary
This weekend saw "Star Trek Beyond" boldly go where no recent "Star Trek" movie has gone: to a debut below $70 million. The third film since the franchise was rebooted seven years ago, "Beyond" opened with an estimated $59.6 million, near the low end of expectations. Show More Summary
Star Trek Beyond is the top film at the box office, taking $59.6 million in its opening weekend. The third film in the rebooted franchise comes out 50 years since the premiere of the original TV series. There have been 13 films in the franchise since the first in 1979. Show More Summary
"Star Trek Beyond" has landed atop the weekend box office.
By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - “Star Trek Beyond” debuted to a solid $59.6 million this weekend, signaling that after six television series, 13 movies and 50 years in the pop culture conversation, there’s still life left in one of Hollywood’s most durable franchises. And there are more intergalactic missions to come. Show More Summary
The film took in about $59.6 million at domestic theaters over the weekend, a solid debut for one of Hollywood’s most timeworn franchises.
Star Trek Beyond soared to number one at the box office this weekend! The third film in the franchise, starring Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, the late Anton Yelchin, and more, brought in $59.6 million in its first weekend, though falling 14 percent short of the previous Star Trek Into Darkness, according to THR. [...]
Star Trek Beyond easily cruised to the top spot in the weekend box office, taking home $59.6 million in its opening weekend. The third film in the rebooted franchise arrived in time for the series' 50th anniversary -- as well as news...Show More Summary
comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend ofJuly 24, 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
Star Trek Beyond easily takes down Lights Out and Ice Age: Collision Course with $59.6 million in its opening weekend at the box office.
Star Trek Beyond is looking at an estimated $59.6 million finish for its opening weekend. That's low for a sequel whose two predecessors opened at north of $70 million. Of course, Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) both opened in the more lucrative May timeframe. Show More Summary
With Captain Kirk and Spock leading the USS Enterprise, Paramount’s “Star Trek Beyond” took over the box office this weekend, unseating Universal’s “The Secret Life of Pets.” “Star Trek Beyond,” the third installment since director J.J. Abrams revived the venerable franchise in 2009, pulled in...
By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, July 24 (Variety.com) - "Star Trek Beyond" opened to a solid $59.6 million this weekend, signaling that after six television series, 13 movies, and 50 years in the pop culture conversation, there's still life left in one of Hollywood's most durable franchises. And there are more intergalactic missions to come. Show More Summary
The weekend box office news for the older releases...
In conjunction with its domestic release, Paramount launched Star Trek Beyond in 37 markets this weekend, including in the U.K., Germany and Australia — territories where the franchise has traditionally performed extremely well. Lights Out, the horror offering from Warner Bros. Show More Summary
The latest film only earned $59 million this weekend.