Given the star-studded cast that includes Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Jim Parsons, it’s no wonder “Home” had a strong weekend showing. The DreamWorks animated flick brought in $54 million, topping the Will Ferrell/Kevin Hart comedy “Get Hard,” which opened to $34.6 million in sales. Show More Summary
It felt like Spring Break at the movies this weekend as DreamWorks hit something of a Home-run while Get Hard also drew strong numbers at the box office. DreamWorks Animation needed a strong boost with their latest offering, Home. The studio hasn't had a non-sequel break the $50 million opening mark since Monsters vs. Show More Summary
'Home' takes the top spot at the box office with $54 million, while 'Get Hard' opens in second place with $34.6 million [...]
Home, the latest feature from DreamWorks Animation, owned the box office in its debut weekend, landing at No. 1 with $54 million, Box Office Mojo reports. In second place was the Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard, which had a decent opening with $34.6 million. Spring TV Preview: Hot scoop on 32... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Get Hard It Follows
Dreamworks's cartoon aliens in Home took the top spot at the box office this weekend with a solid debut of $54 million. The Kevin Hart-Will Ferrell comedy Get Hard also had a respectable debut, bringing in $34.6 million. Meanwhile last week's big winner Insurgent got bumped to third with $22... More »
NEW YORK (AP) — Business was brisk at the weekend box-office, where the DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" with a resounding debut of $54 million, according to studio estimates...Show More Summary
Home easily topped the box office this weekend with a $54 million debut! According to THR, the animated flick starring the voices of Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and Jim Parsons, exceeded expectations with the best opening for a DreamWorks Animation film since Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted in summer 2012. Coming in second was Will Ferrell [...]
NEW YORK (AP) - The DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" at the box office, but both films debuted strongly. According to studio estimates Sunday, "Home" opened with $54 million, giving DreamWorks Animation a much needed hit. Show More Summary
The animated movie co-starring Jim Parsons had a surprising debut weekend.
The animated feature film "Home" debuted at No. 1 with an estimated $54 million this weekend, giving Jeffrey Katzenberg's DreamWorks Animation a much-needed victory at the box office.
Furious 7 is poised to ride into theaters next weekend on a cloud of burning rubber smoke and adrenaline, likely breaking April box office records in the process. While it's causing action fans in America to salivate at the prospectShow More Summary
"The Expendables 3" proved to be a bit of a let-down for Lionsgate. A poor showing at the opening weekend box office, coupled with the film being leaked online ahead of its release date and mixed reactions from fans seemed to have doomed...Show More Summary
Friday afternoon estimates show DreamWorks Animation’s heartfelt alien story Home from 20th Century Fox ranking No. 1 on Friday with $12.5M and the weekend with $44M-$45M. Warner Bros.’ R-rated Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard isn’t...Show More Summary
Prison comedy “Get Hard” and animated family film “Home” will compete for the top spot at the box office this weekend.
The play for students on spring break continues this weekend with the R-rated Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard in 3,175 theaters facing off with DreamWorks Animation’s Home from 20th Century Fox in 3,707. Each are expecting grosses from the low to mid $30Ms, making it a tough call for No. Show More Summary
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Turns out that Sean Penn’s particular set of skills does not include an ability to open a Taken knockoff as the über-serious Oscar winner failed to reinvent himself as Liam Neeson this weekend. The Gunman, his shot at aging-action-hero...Show More Summary
The numbers are in! The Divergent Series: Insurgent ruled at the box office this weekend with a staggering $101 million debut, knocking Cinderella out of the top spot. The post Box Office: ‘Insurgent’ Rules With $101 Million Worldwide Debut appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
It's hard to feel sorry for Sean Penn, but after "The Gunman," which he starred in and produced, got whacked this weekend by "The Divergent Series: Insurgent," maybe a little sympathy is in order. Then again, maybe he's just one more...Show More Summary
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