The Magnificent Seven is having an excellent weekend at the box office. 35M is exciting stuff considering last weekend. It has an A- cinemascore, and should perform well. Storks also managed an A- cinemascore, but a lower than predicted opening … Continue reading Friday Box Office: A ‘Magnificent’ Weekend
All that “tracking” for Blair Witch and Bridget Jones’s Baby ended up being just a giant turd filled sandwich. Blair Witch was tracking with a potential 20M opening, with some critics praising it. It’s looking to wind up with 9.4M … Continue reading Friday Box Office: Well That Was Disappointing
Even with all the hype, I think Blair Witch is one of those films that has people going “we’ll wait and see”. They’re going to wait for a friend to see it first, and let them know it’s good, which … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Can ‘Sully’ Stake ‘Blair Witch’?
So, its September. And traditionally, that means slow box office. However, a few huge hits in the past couple years have changed that perception, and later in the month, a few key pics will try and follow in their footsteps. … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Uhhh…. Go Watch Some TV?
Don’t Breathe exploded this weekend, giving Screen Gems their highest opening of August. Also, the film managed a pretty impressive feat, getting a B+ cinemascore, which is great for horror titles. B+ is basically an A in this genre. The … Continue reading Friday Box Office: ‘Don’t Breathe’ Chokes ‘Suicide Squad’
Don’t Breathe is likely to win the weekend, following in the success of Lights Out, and capitalizing on the lack of competition for the top spot. The film currently has a strong 88% on Rotten Tomatoes leading into the weekend, … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Don’t Breathe’ Ahead Of ‘Suicide’
The 100M epic Ben Hur is struggling to find audiences, as predicted, this weekend, falling below the other two new entries (and two holdovers). This has to hurt for MGM, but pretty much everyone saw this coming. I don’t know … Continue reading Friday Box Office: Audiences Abandon ‘Ben Hur’
Here’s the thing… school is starting to get back in session, and we have some very divisive films leading the box office. Suicide Squad had a huge fall last week, and is bound to drop another +50% this weekend. It … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: No New Films Will Topple ‘Suicide’, ‘Party’