The opening weekend haul for Rian Johnson‘s upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi may well be the Jedi Knight swooping in to rescue an ailing box office, which has seen steadily decreasing numbers since the summer. Early Star Wars: The Last...Show More Summary
Pixar's Coco may have just opened, but that hasn't stopped the movie from setting records. The movie is expected to put up some solid numbers at the box office over the holiday weekend, but that's nothing compared to what the film has already done.
Based on initial estimates, the new “Star Wars” movie is expected to bring in about $200 million at the box office on its opening weekend, Variety reports. Tracking services released their initial estimates today for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,”...
As we inch closer and closer to the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi the hype only gets bigger. But exactly how will that hype translate into box office dollars? The newest projections are now in.
Justice League and Coco will likely be the two biggest blockbuster competitors this Thanksgiving weekend, but which will reign supreme at the box office?
"The Last Jedi"? Try "the biggest Jedi." Domestic box office tracking reports indicate that "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" could rake in more than $200 million in its opening weekend, starting December 15. Only a few movies have achieved...Show More Summary
As Justice League underwhelmed this past weekend with just $93 million in its domestic opening, the low-budget horror film Happy Death Day continued to overperform by crossing the $100 million mark at the global box office. Yes, it took the latest offering from Blumhouse and Universal six weeks to achieve ... More »
Disney Pixar's Coco is the only movie to open in wide release this weekend, with Roman J. Israel, Esq. expanding nationwide.
It’s time to cue up Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence,” because I’m sorry to report that Justice League took home just $96 million at the domestic box office this weekend. That sounds like a lot, but by the standards for superhero...Show More Summary
$96 million is a lot of money. Hell, it’s astronomical, by the average person or motion-picture studio’s standards. Most of the time, when a movie makes that kind of cash at all, let alone in a single weekend, there’s no question that we’re talking about a runaway smash. But everything is relative in the box-office… Read more...
Despite making 95 million at the box office, this was a disappointing weekend number for Warner Bros. with estimates earlier projecting the film to make in the $110 million range this weekend. The movie's budget is said to be around 300 million. Next stop: Aquaman.
This past weekend saw the releases of three wide releases, including Justice League, the latest entry in the DC Extended Universe, the drama film Wonder, and the religious animated film, The Star. In first place with $94 million is Justice League ($2 million lower than initially estimated). While this would be considered a good opening […]
Justice League failed to live up to the sky-high expectations of fans and box office trackers on its opening weekend, raking in a mere $96 million domestically, lower than what was initially predicted. That makes it the lowest opening for any DCEU Film. Show More Summary
What happened to Justice League this weekend?! With high fanfare and expectations heading into the the weekend box office, one might have expected the DC Extended Universe's mashup to pull in a REALLY big opener, but it just wasn't in the cards for Justice League, which did just $96 million in the United States. Related: Get More [...]
By Dave McNary LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Warner Bros.-DC's costly "Justice League" has dominated the North American box office but fallen well short of expectations with a $96 million opening weekend at 4,051 locations. It's a decidedly...Show More Summary
Justice League opened big this weekend and debuted to a whopping $96.0 million at the box office! The star-studded film features Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, and many more, also made $185.5 million internationally. Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay, and Owen Wilson‘s Wonder came in second at the box office this weekend with [...]
In the face of what was expected to be a behemoth superhero movie in Justice League at the B.O., Lionsgate boldly dated its family pic Wonder against the Warner Bros./DC movie and surprised many this weekend with a $27M opening. It’s...Show More Summary
Denzel Washington's Roman J. Israel, Esq. topped out among the Specialty newcomers this weekend, though the real sizzle continued to be with holdovers Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri from Fox Searchlight and A24's Lady Bird. Show More Summary
Warner Bros.' DCEU adventure Justice League hits number one in its opening weekend, but is being considered a disappointment for Warner Bros.
Going into the weekend, it looked like Zack Snyder's Justice League was going to be another big hit for the growing DC Extended Universe - but the numbers are rolling in, and things didn't exactly go as planned.