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Warner Bros. loses some of LEGO Movie 2's pieces

With how AWESOME the original LEGO Movie was Warner Bros. was all set for a massive hit this weekend with the sequel The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, but evidently they didn't do too good a job constructing the sequel. While rev...

 
 
 
 
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Holiday weekend is a good time for M. Night Shyamalan

It looks like the middling reviews from grumpy critics didn't slow Glass down too much over the long weekend. The film pulled in an estimated $47 million over the four day weekend, which puts it slightly under the $50 million expectati...

 
 
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With no competition, Aquaman tops Box Office again

Is Aquaman going to be this year's Jumanji? The latter film held on to the top ten box office so long it seemed like it never went away thanks to being enjoyable and having no competition. Aquaman is doing much the same for much the sa...

 
 
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Aquaman rules the box office again as Bumblebee holds strong

DC and WB have to be celebrating as they finally have a second superhero film that didn't plummet dramatically in its sophomore weekend. Aquaman pulled in $51.5 million, for a dip of only -23.5 percent. That's the smallest dip a DCEU film h...

 
 
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Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Does whatever box office hits can.

It was a huge weekend for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as the film debuted to the largest animated opening ever recorded in December with $35.4 million. That's clearly nothing to scoff at, and also means another win for Marvel propert...

 
 
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Slow weekend is slow for the box office

We're in a small calm before the holiday box office storm right now as the big release of Thanksgiving get some time to breather before the onslaught of Christmas releases starts to bear down upon us. With nothing but a re-release of Schind...

 
 
 
 
 
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Bohemian Rhapsody and Fox are the champions, my friends

Who knew that what the people really wanted were drama-filled musicals? This weekend showed that evidently what we've all actually been craving are films filled with great songs and big emotional moments as Bohemian Rhapsody destr...

 
 
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Halloween slashes the competition with best franchise opening

While this is about as surprising as Michael Myers killing people, Halloween came in at the top of the box office, knocking off Venom which had held the top spot for the past two weeks. Coming in at $77.5 million, this is the best opening w...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ant-Man and the Wasp lands another success for Marvel

Looking at the raw numbers you'd have to say that Ant-Man and the Wasp was a letdown for Marvel. After all, their last five openings easily crossed the $100 million dollar mark on opening weekend without even trying, and Ant-...

 
 
 
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Dinosaurs still make money even when they're in a bad movie

It's not too unexpected, but Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened big this weekend with $150 million box office despite the tepid reviews of the film. Clearly, the franchise has legs, and people still love dinosaurs doing dinosau...

 
 
 
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Ocean's 8 has best opening in franchise history

Hello. We interrupt your E3 news blasts to bring you this important update on how much money movies made. You're probably just playing Skyrim on your Alexas anyway. So Ocean's 8 did pretty well this weekend, pu...

 
 
 
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Avengers series will continue after 'Avengers 4'

After Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters on April 29, audiences were stunned and satisfied by the experience they got. Yet with next years' sequel set to conclude the Infinity War saga, there's speculation that the Avengers will be no more...

 
 
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Infinity War crosses the billion dollar mark in record time

Avengers: Infinity War made more money this pas week, crossing the billion dollar mark a full day before The Force Awakens, did it and breaking the record by reaching it in only 11 days. With a hearty $112,474,000 dollars over the...

 
 
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Guess what movie came in number one the weekend

We all knew that Avengers: Infinity War was going to demolish the box office, which it did to a tune of $250 million, but what's stunning is that it actually out performed expectations. Yes, a movie with stunningly high expectatio...

 
 
 
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A Quiet Place almost, almost bests Rampage

If you were some sort of charlatan psychic who predicted box office returns each weekend you would have gotten this weekend very wrong. Looking at the competition between Rampage, a Dwayne Johnson led disaster movie with giants monster...

 
 
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What's your favorite Spielberg film?

As expected Ready Player One delivered a strong box office over the weekend. We're not talking Marvel-strong, but strong none the less. The film brought in $41.2 million over the Easter weekend, and dominated internationally with ...

 
 
 
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Justice League stinks, has the worst B.O. in DCEU history

Surprising no one, with the official end of Justice League's box office run, it stands dead last in the DC Extended Universe tallies. Sad face, JL, sad face. Take a look at the global box office numbers: 1. Batman v Superman: Dawn...

 
 
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What do you want to see in Phase 4 of the MCU?

Black Panther crushed it once again, pulling in more money than the next seven films combined. That was pretty much a given, though. The film didn't have any competition this week, and pulled in the third biggest gross for a third week...

 
 
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Will Black Panther anchor the next phases of the MCU?

Black Panther dominated the box office again this weekend, and not just in a way that a movie with no competition normally would. It had the second biggest second weekend in history with $108 million, coming in behind only The For...

 
 
 
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Young, white women, why do you love Fifty Shades?

Fifty Shades Freed smashed (relatively) the box office this weekend, propelling the franchise past a billion dollar box office. While the third installment saw a 17 percent drop off from the last film, and a 54 percent drop off from th...

 
 
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Are we done with the YA adaptation movies?

I don't have to write about Jumanji this week! Ever since Hunger Games tore through the box office every studio out there has been trying to make their own dystopian film series based off a young adult novel, and mostly ...

 
 




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