Tag: Box Office
With a new "Star Wars" episode, upcoming Marvel movies, plus remakes of "Dumbo," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King" in the works, Disney could be on course to smash box-office records.
On a last quiet weekend before the coming crush of holiday films, the order of the top five films on this three-day weekend was, remarkably, exactly the same as last weekend.
The sequel to 2012's 'Wreck It Ralph' sees the title character and friend Vanellope von Schweetz venture into the weird world of the internet, with predictably screwy results.
The animated sequel to 'Wreck It Ralph' enjoyed the second-best debut ever for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, behind 'Frozen'.
The movie also exceeded expectations for international sales, collecting US$122.5 million globally.
The low-budget Universal Pictures production recounts her character Laurie Strode's final confrontation with a masked homicidal maniac four decades after surviving his killing spree.
'Halloween' took US$77.5 million (RM322.4 million) in estimated ticket sales, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday.
Strong box office returns have convinced him that audiences want a wider range of options from Hindi language films.
The two films are able to draw effectively from beyond their core audiences.
Kevin Hart stars as one of a group of misfits attending night school to earn their high school diplomas, under the firm tutelage of Tiffany Haddish - the film nearly paid off its $29 million production costs over the three-day weekend.
A horror comedy about a clock counting down to doomsday chimed in at the top of the North American box office this weekend.
'The Predator' tops weekend box office, while 'The Nun' drops to second place.
The movie is about a young novice about to take her final vows and a priest sent by the Vatican to probe the death of a young nun in Romania.
"The Nun" scared "Crazy Rich Asians" into second place for the first time in its four-week run.
The Warner Brothers adaptation of Kevin Kwan's best-selling novel of the same name took in US$28.6 million for the Friday-through-Monday period.
The 6th installment in the franchise has earned 491 million yuan (RM297 million) since hitting Chinese screens on Aug 31.
Summer ticket revenue, always dependent on the studios’ big-budget pictures, can be volatile.
The success of “Crazy Rich Asians” has been welcomed by Asian filmmakers seeking greater representation in Hollywood.
Crazy Rich Asians is the first romantic comedy in almost three years (since Amy Schumer's Trainwreck) to open with more than US$20 million.
"The Meg" will still have to secure big returns overseas to justify its expensive $130 million production budget.
Critics and audiences have warmed to the film, in which Cruise again does his own vertigo-inducing, cliff-hanging, exploding-car stunts.
The sixth instalment of the Tom Cruise spy series remains No. 1 at the box office, pocketing US$124 million in North America to date. Overseas, it has amassed over US$205 million.
Improbable? Maybe, but "Mission Impossible -- Fallout," the sixth and latest stunt-filled edition of the Tom Cruise action franchise has topped the weekend box office in North America, outperforming the five earlier "Impossibles."
The move highlights the challenges China's facing as it seeks to promote home-grown productions to rival imported Hollywood films.