Did you see Ghostbusters this weekend? Or was it just everyone I’ve ever met and also their mothers and their children?
During its Thursday preview night, the Ghostbusters reboot started priming the cash pump, and she’s going good now.
Well, you guys went and gave a fish the biggest box office opening in history for an animated film.
Finding Dory, the Finding Nemo sequel starring a forgetful fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, is on track to have the year’s second biggest opening weekend. You all love it, the talking fish.
Despite a number of unfavorable reviews cementing its status as one of the year’s most critically disliked movies, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice killed it at the box office this weekend, pulling in $170. 1 million. Yay, Hollywood.
Allegiant, the third film in the lackluster Divergent series, opened this weekend to little fanfare, especially in comparison to The Hunger Games film franchise, its overwhelmingly popular dystopian forebear. The penultimate installment earned only $29 million this weekend which, in box office terms, is pretty lousy.
Gods of Egypt, a movie starring a bunch of white actors as Egyptians, is likely to be a box office flop this weekend, according to estimates.
Steve Jobs, The Walk, and Black Mass were all released in the past couple months to entice Oscar voters and normal audience members alike. Unfortunately, the only viewers biting are the members of the Academy who receive free screeners. All three films flopped at the box office.
No movie in the history of wide releases by major studios has ever had a more embarrassing opening weekend than Jem and the Holograms. Targeted to teen girls (a crucial demographic for box office success) and based on the 80s television series of the same name, Jem made just $1.3 million dollars on 2,414 screens in…
America woke this morning buried in a pile of Minion husks. (They shed, right?)
The pretty and fragile victim trope continues to dominate the American box office (Maleficent, Frozen) this time with Cinderella. The Disney movie brought in $23 Million on Friday and is expected to complete the weekend with $70 million. Cinderella's budget was $95 million, so looks like the execs about to get theirs…
It looks like this weekend, more people preferred to watch a sci-fi thriller with a woman lead over a testosterone-fueled mythical action flick. Or maybe they were just into Scarlett Johansson more than they were into Dwane "The Rock" Johnson. Or maybe it's just unfair to compare the work of Luc Besson to that of …
The film adaptation of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars made $42 million dollars this weekend, taking down previous champ Malefiecent forcing the weekend's other big debut from Tom Cruise into third place.
Disney's dark, villain-centric flick Maleficent — a re-imagining of the Sleeping Beauty tale — raked in $70 million from North American box offices this weekend — and another $100.6 million overseas. This was, as The Hollywood Reporter puts it, "thanks in large part to girls and women."
Catching Fire, the second installment of The Hunger Games saga is not actually an experimental art house film about a family arguing over a pizza order as they play an epic game of Monopoly, crossed the $400-million mark at the domestic box office this week. With a domestic haul of $409.4 million, the Jennifer…
Get ready for all the headline puns about Frozen "icing" out all the competition, because Disney's latest animated film pretty much killed it at the box office this weekend, with $20.7 million in ICE COLD cash (ha!) Second place went to Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones with $18.2 million; The Hobbit: The…
It's official — The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has made all the money, racking up $110 million during the long Thanksgiving weekend. Domestically, Catching Fire has earned $296.5 million, just about half of its global haul of $573 million.
Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom starring Idris Elba broke box office records in South Africa, just ahead of its U.S. release. And now, to celebrate, please present us with your favorite Idris Elba gifs below.
It's a good day to be in the movie business. Both The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Frozen are doing some batshitcrazy record breaking box office business today. Good; I love when people hit up the theaters on Thanksgiving. More leftovers for me to steal.