Box Office: THE BAD GUYS Leads Quiet Weekend with $16M
Theatrical

Since Open Road Films and Briarcliff Entertainment’s “Memory” is the only new nationwide release, last weekend’s champion “The Bad Guys” topped the box office again. In its sophomore outin...

Variety
May 3, 2022

Box Office: THE LOST CITY Unearths Big $31M Opening
Theatrical

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum’s The Lost City opened to a better-than-expected $31 million domestically from 4,252 theaters in a significant win for the box office recovery. Until now, males un...

Hollywood Reporter
March 29, 2022

THE BATMAN Lands $134M Debut at Domestic Box Office
Theatrical

“The Batman” landed a bigger opening weekend than Warner Bros., the studio behind the comic book adventure, initially expected. The newest superhero epic, starring Robert Pattinson as an exceptio...

Variety
March 7, 2022

Box Office: UNCHARTED Wins Weekend, SPIDER-MAN Nears $800M
Theatrical

It’s (still) good to be Tom Holland. The 25-year-old actor has been all-but-singlehandedly propelling ticket sales at North American movie theaters, leading two films in the top three spots on dome...

Variety
February 28, 2022

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Takes Down AVATAR To Become 3rd-Bigges...
Theatrical

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” has officially unseated director James Cameron’s 2009 science-fiction epic “Avatar” to become the third-highest grossing domestic release in history. After weeks o...

Variety
February 15, 2022

DEATH ON THE NILE Tops a Quiet Box Office Weekend
Theatrical

Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile topped Super Bowl weekend at the domestic box office with a subdued $12.8 million amid ongoing reluctance among older moviegoers to return to theaters, and partic...

Hollywood Reporter
February 14, 2022

Box Office: SCREAM Debuts to Impressive $30.6M
Theatrical

“Scream,” a reimagining of a horror franchise that once appeared to have run out of steam, dominated the box office this weekend, earning a scary good $30.6 million. The sequel is projected to ea...

Variety
January 18, 2022

Box Office: Can SCREAM End SPIDER-MAN’s Box Office Reign...
Theatrical

Has “Spider-Man: No Way Home” finally met its match? After an impressive four-week streak at the top of domestic box office charts, Paramount’s slasher sequel “Scream” could give Sony’s l...

Variety
January 13, 2022

The Highest-Grossing Movies at the US Box Office in 2021
Theatrical

The North American box office ended 2021 with $4.5 billion total box office. It's double 2020's total, but down 60% from 2019. The top four movies of the year were Marvel properties. Movie theaters i...

Business Insider
January 5, 2022

Box Office Predictions 2022: THE BATMAN, AVATAR 2, DOCTOR STRA...
Theatrical

At the start of 2020, Variety boldly predicted what the box office landscape that year was going to look like… before the world was upended by a pandemic. While several of those forecasts did ultim...

Variety
January 5, 2022

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Has the 2nd Biggest Box Office Debut i...
Theatrical

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” has generated even more money in its box office debut than initially reported. Sony’s epic finale in the Tom Holland-led comic book trilogy collected a mind-blowing $2...

Variety
December 20, 2021

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Shatters Preview Records
Theatrical

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” blew the doors off the box office, earning a massive $50 million in Thursday previews. The Sony Pictures release is on pace to pull in between $150 million to $180 millio...

Variety
December 17, 2021

Box Office: Disney’s ENCANTO Leads Another Quiet Weekend
Theatrical

Without any new releases to pose a threat, Disney’s animated musical fable “Encanto” has again notched the No. 1 spot on domestic box office charts. In its second weekend of release, “Encanto...

Variety
December 6, 2021

NO TIME TO DIE is the Biggest Hollywood Film of 2021 & Pa...
Theatrical

MGM/Eon/Universal’s No Time to Die is crossing $733M worldwide this weekend, making it the highest-grossing Hollywood film of 2021 — and of the pandemic era. After topping $708M through last Sund...

Deadline
November 23, 2021

ETERNALS & CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG Lead the Domestic Box...
Streaming - Theatrical

Marvel’s comic book epic “Eternals” is once again dominating domestic box office charts. In its second weekend of release, the superhero adventure has collected a leading $27.5 million from 4,090 ...

Variety
November 15, 2021

Marvel’s ETERNALS Racks Up $161.7M at Global Box Office
Theatrical

Marvel’s “Eternals” achieved global domination at the box office. The latest entry in the MCU picked up $90.7 million internationally, which pushes its global total to a lordly $161.7 million. ...

Variety
November 8, 2021

Box Office: ETERNALS Opens to $9.5M in Thursday Previews
Theatrical

“Eternals,” the latest chapter in Marvel’s sprawling, ever-expanding superhero universe, opened to a mighty $9.5 million in Thursday previews. That’s the third best preview result for the COVI...

Variety
November 5, 2021

Sci-Fi & Superhero Movies Lead the Box Office Revival
Theatrical

The more things change, the more they remain the same. At the domestic box office, that means science-fiction spectacles and superhero adventures have been selling more tickets than any other genre. ...

Variety
November 2, 2021

Global Box Office Recovery is Accelerating
Theatrical

The global box office recovery is accelerating. Revenues in 2021 could hit $21.6 billion, according to a new forecast from research firm Gower Street Analytics. That compared with the firm’s previo...

Variety
October 29, 2021

Box Office: HALLOWEEN KILLS Opens to $50M
Theatrical

Universal and Blumhouse’s “Halloween Kills” topped the weekend box office with a $50.4 million debut, giving theater owners hope that the exhibition industry is experiencing a fall resurgence. T...

Variety
October 18, 2021

Box Office: NO TIME TO DIE Debuts With $56M
Theatrical

“No Time to Die,” the latest installment in the James Bond franchise, debuted to $56 million from 4,407 theaters at the domestic box office, a result that falls somewhat short of expectations and ...

Variety
October 11, 2021

VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE Crosses $100M at Box Office in 5 D...
Theatrical

Sony’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage has feasibly crossed $100 million in five days at the pandemic domestic box office, joining Disney/Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings as the fast...

Deadline
October 7, 2021

China’s Box Office Becomes Giant Headache for Hollywood
Theatrical

When “Godzilla vs. Kong” opened with weekend sales of nearly $70 million in China in March, it seemed the market would be a bright spot for Hollywood studios: most theaters were open, while U.S. f...

Bloomberg
October 4, 2021

Box Office: VENOM 2 Slithers to Huge $11.6M Thursday Night
Streaming - Theatrical

Venom: Let There Be Carnage hissed loudly with $11.6 million in Thursday evening previews at the domestic box office. Shows started at 4 p.m. local time in 3,700 locations. The Sony and Marvel Studio...

Hollywood Reporter
October 1, 2021

SHANG-CHI Becomes First Pandemic-era Film to Cross $200M Domes...
Theatrical

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has scored another needed win for the theatrical experience. The Marvel Studios and Disney superhero movie on Thursday became the first title of the pandemic...

Hollywood Reporter
October 1, 2021

VENOM Sequel Aims for $50M+ Opening Weekend
Theatrical

Following a quiet stretch at the domestic box office, Sony’s comic book sequel “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” looks to make some noise. The film opens in theaters on Friday after five delays, som...

Variety
September 30, 2021

Box Office: DEAR EVAN HANSEN Scores Soft Debut, SHANG-CHI Stay...
Theatrical

“Dear Evan Hansen,” the Universal Pictures adaptation of the smash Broadway musical, didn’t strike a chord with moviegoers. Marred by negative reviews and COVID-19 concerns, the film fell short...

Variety
September 27, 2021

SHANG-CHI Eclipses BLACK WIDOW As Highest Grossing Pandemic Fi...
Theatrical

Disney/Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings continues to crush any industry doubts about audience’s demand for stateside moviegoing, for as of today, the Destin Daniel Cretton-direct...

Deadline
September 27, 2021

Global Box Office Projected to Hit $20.2B in 2021, 68% Up on 2...
Theatrical

The worldwide box office for 2021 is projected to come in at $20.2B, 52% down on the record-breaking 2019 and 68% above the pandemic-hobbled 2020, says a new report from Gower Street Analytics. The Lo...

Deadline
September 16, 2021

Theaters Hopeful Films Like ‘Dune,’ ‘Top Gun...
Theatrical

For the first time in seemingly forever, Hollywood studios have begun to release new films and audiences have started to trickle back to their local multiplex. But the charismatic duo of Blunt and Dwa...

Variety
August 20, 2021

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ and ‘Cruella’ Kick Off With So...
Streaming - Theatrical

Ahead of the long Memorial Day weekend, Paramount’s “A Quiet Place Part II” and Disney’s “Cruella” are each off to a solid start at the domestic box office. The former, a nearly silent se...

Variety
May 28, 2021

Box Office: With Jason Statham’s ‘Wrath of Man,’ Summer ...
Theatrical

“Wrath of Man,” a heist thriller starring Jason Statham, is leading box office charts with its $8.1 million debut. It’s hardly the start to summer movie season, which typically kicks off the fi...

Variety
May 10, 2021

Hollywood is betting that audiences will be comfortable going ...
Theatrical

Despite more delays, don’t expect Hollywood studios to abandon ship and offload their most precious cargo — event tentpoles. They’re still willing to wait for a proper theatrical run, and are ho...

Hollywood Reporter
January 31, 2021

The 2020 box office was ruled by old movies, early blockbuster...
Theatrical

The studio with the highest box-office haul in 2020 was one that delayed most of its film slate to 2021. After CNBC combed through data from Comscore, Sony emerged as the top earner in a year marre...

CNBC
January 19, 2021

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