Last week's box office champ Dunkirk will have a short reign going up against Emoji Movie and Atomic Blonde this weekend.
The visceral World War II film “Dunkirk” won last weekend’s box office and remains one of the best-reviewed war films in history.
Big-budget World War II epic “Dunkirk” stormed to the top of the North American box office in its opening weekend on the strength of stellar reviews and a sterling big screen debut by pop star Harry Styles, industry estimates showed Sunday. The film directed by Briton Christopher Nolan...
How many times will movies with strong female characters and diverse casts need to absolutely destroy on opening weekend before Hollywood gets the message? This should be the norm for filmmaking going forward, not the exception.
Moviegoers wanted to get rowdy this weekend -- just look the success of "Girls Trip." The funny flick exceeded box office expectations this weekend and ultimately had the best opening for an R-rated comedy since 2015. With Queen Latifah,...Show More Summary
This past weekend was a great one at the box office for new, non-franchise releases—well, some of them, anyway. Christopher Nolan’s stunningly shot World War II epic Dunkirk debuted on top with an unexpected $50.5 million, while Malcolm D. Show More Summary
Luc Besson’s dumb, fun, indulgent, miscast sci-fi adventure Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets was never going to beat Dunkirk, but it’s a shame to see this extremely expensive folly—a spiritual successor of sorts to Besson’s earlier The Fifth Element—bomb so badly. Show More Summary
The movie made over $30 million in its debut weekend.
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This was an interesting weekend at the box office. This past Friday saw the release of three films with Dunkirk, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and Girls Trip. Coming in at number one is Dunkirk with $50.5 million. This...Show More Summary
Director Christopher Nolan is back on top at the box office. The Director's new film Dunkirk shot to success over the weekend taking an estimated $50.5 million according to Box Office Guru.
Meanwhile, "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" had no gas.
The way industry insiders were talking about "Dunkirk" before it opened well this weekend, you'd have thought it was a little independent art film, not a major studio's $150 million action epic with decent Oscar prospects. Predictions...Show More Summary
The Arrival of the Franchise-busters In what has already become an crowded release schedule, this weekend saw a bumper crop of new titles darting up the onramp to add to the congestion. In a (very) refreshing change of pace it was...Show More Summary
It's victory for "Dunkirk" at the box office this weekend.
In a rare weekend tug-of-war between three wildly different original films, the weekend’s box office figures are a testament to big-budget risks begetting big-time payoff — at least, if you’re Christopher Nolan. The concurrent releases of Nolan’s “Dunkirk,” Malcolm D. Lee’s “Girls Trip” and Luc...
"Dunkirk" and "Girls Trip" are opening above expectations at the domestic box office, while "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" looks like a huge flop. Read more...
Dunkirk has no trouble taking the box office crown with $50.5 million, while the R-rated comedy Girls Trip opens in second with $30.3 million.
The film debut of Harry Styles is officially a smash thanks to 'Dunkirk' dominating the box office on its opening weekend.
Dunkirk, starring Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, Harry Styles, Jack Lowden, Tom Glynn-Carney, and more, opened with $50.5 million at the box office this weekend! The movie was open in just 3,720 locations, and the Christopher Nolan movie reportedly had a budget of under $100 million. “We’re absolutely thrilled with [...]