Tom Cruise managed the 2nd largest Mission Impossible opening and the third largest of his career with Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, which showed the power of good reviews, grabbing an A- from Cinemascore and a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes. Not … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Mission’ Possible. Tom Cruise Opens Above Projections.
I’ve been inspired by EW’s list of their Top 10 films (or really, Chris Nashawaty’s list) of 2015. So far, I’ve seen 56 films released this year. I haven’t seen any of this weeks new releases yet. Their Top 10 … Continue reading The Top 10 Films Of 2015 (So Far)
Minions is another huge hit for Universal. Next weekend, they’re likely to keep the streak up with Trainwreck next weekend. They’ve already landed Fifty Shades Of Grey, Pitch Perfect 2, Furious 7, and Jurassic World this year. Now Minions, and … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Minions’ Is Way Ahead
JurassicWorld managed to top the box office again for the fourth straight week. The dino-might pic (sorry) became the 4th highest grossing film of all time, surpassing 2008’s The Dark Knight. Its next target is The Avengers, which is 3rd … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: Jurassic Keeps #1, No ‘Magic’ This Weekend
Starring: Thomas Mann, RJ Cyler, Olivia Cooke, Nick Offerman, Connie Britton, Molly Shannon, Jon Bernthal Directed By: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon If you enjoyed Perks Of Being A Wallflower, you’ll love Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. It’s one of the … Continue reading Me and Earl and The Dying Girl
Terminator Genisys is tanking. It will debut below every Terminator film except the first Terminator. A B+ cinemascore is suggesting it won’t have legs either. It won’t fall off the face of the earth, but audiences are kind of echoing … Continue reading Friday Box Office: ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Jurassic’ Defeat Disappointing Newcomers
Magic Mike XXL is going to beat Terminator Genisys. Some people say the tracking is close, but Magic Mike XXL is tracking in women… and there isn’t anything else targeting women right now (except perhaps Spy, which isn’t doing a … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Magic’ At The Box Office? Or Time For A ‘Genisys’?
I guess people weren’t that excited for Ted 2. The sequel pulled in only 33M this weekend, down about 20M from the original a few years ago. It lost to Jurassic World, which became the fifth film of all time … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Jurassic’ Wins Third Frame, ‘Ted 2’ Disappoints
Jurassic World technically did win the weekend, but it didn’t beat the second weekend record set by The Avengers (yet, anyway), and it failed to get to 400M in 10 days. It was Inside Out that had Pixar’s second largest … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Jurassic’ Wins, But ‘Inside’ Gets Some Records Too
Jurassic World seems to have defied all odds and opened as the 2nd largest domestic debut in history, and the largest worldwide opening weekend. That’s pretty amazing. It’s honestly only a few million shy from The Avengers, and some insiders … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: ‘Jurassic’ Roars Into Record Territory
Jurassic World launched on Friday with an estimated 83M, which includes 18.5M from Thursday night previews. That’s a pretty amazing start to what is already a successful run. It already stands to outgross Jurassic Park 3, just on opening weekend … Continue reading Friday Box Office: ‘Jurassic World’ Explodes Past Expectations
Jurassic World is about to enter the marketplace, and it is basically the only new wide release this weekend. Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl is getting attention, but it’s just a limited release. Jurassic World is tracking above 100M, … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: How High Can ‘Jurassic’ Go?
Melissa McCarthy managed to open Spy above that of her last comedy effort Tammy, which opened last year to only 21.5M. On that same note, Insidious Chapter 3 was down from the opening weekend of Insidious Chapter 2. Insidious Chapter … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: Melissa McCarthy Grabs #1, ‘Chapter 3’ Ends Up In 3rd
Insidious Chapter 3 pulled out a win on Friday, but it won’t win the whole weekend. Melissa McCarthy’s Spy is a little under projections, but it’s not the kind of film that is typically frontloaded on a Friday. Insidious 3 … Continue reading Friday Box Office: ‘Insidious’ Pulls Ahead
San Andreas led the weekend with a pretty great 53.2M, ahead of expectations of around 40-45M. It is The Rock’s biggest opening as a leading man outside of the Fast and Furious franchise. San Andreas also received an A- from … Continue reading Weekend Box Office: The Rock Leads With ‘San Andreas’, ‘Aloha’ Disappoints