Mad Max is getting more screens, but Pitch Perfect 2 has a PG-13 rating. Mad Max: Fury Road has been getting an almost disturbing amount of good reviews. The film currently has a 99% on Rotten Tomatoes. And no, that’s … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Will The Box Get ‘Pitch’ Slapped, Or Is It ‘Mad’?
Hot Pursuit and The-D Train both bombed this weekend. Hot Pursuit had been tracking at 20M on the low end, and ended up with 13.3M and a C+ cinemascore. Look for this to fade fast from theatres, especially as Pitch … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: Reese Loses The ‘Pursuit’ Of An Audience
There is no world in which the Avengers don’t rule their second weekend at the box office. Hot Pursuit won’t even come close to dethroning the Avengers, which will still likely drop at least 60% in week two. Hot Pursuit … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Avengers’ Lead The ‘Hot Pursuit’
Avengers won its first weekend, and like Furious 7, it should remain on top for a few weeks. Next weekend, Hot Pursuit and The D Train aren’t going to put up a big enough fight. For its third weekend, Avengers … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Avengers’ Stand Tall, Even Without Beating The Record
1) Furious 7- 29M Weekend, 294M Total 2) Paul Blart 2- 20M Weekend, 20M Total 3) Unfriended- 13M Weekend, 13M Total 4) Home- 12M Weekend, 144M Total 5) The Longest Ride- 7.5M Weekend, 24M Total 6) Get Hard- 5M Weekend, … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Furious 7’ Will Continue To Lead 4 Newcomers
Just to be clear, Fast and Furious 6 made 38.7 in its first day of release, which was in May, during a time of the year when movies open big. Furious 7 opened in April and made 67.3M in one … Continue reading Friday Box Office: ‘Furious 7’ Explodes, Races Past ‘Furious 6’
Cinderella managed to win the weekend, and the heart of audiences. The Disney film scored an A cinemascore and an 84% on Rotten Tomatoes. The combination has led to Cinderella exceeding all expectations and landing a 70M opening weekend. Run … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Cinderella’ Runs Away With The Shoe
This summer, you’ve got it relatively easy. Captain America 2. Spider-Man 2. Transformers 4. Apes 2. Dragon 2. And a lot of original flicks. You’re able to space out your movie watching. If you don’t want to go every week, … Continue reading Why 2015 Is An Insane Year For Movies