Alex Edghill Monday Evening Update: Minions crossed the 30 million like mark over the past week. To put that in perspective, this is now one of the top 10 most liked pages on the social media service ever. Yes ever. Add to the fact that it has led the weekly increase
Bowing to an underwhelming $27 million last weekend, Hollywood Adventures (横冲直撞好莱坞) failed to live up to its lofty expectations and couldn’t attract Chinese moviegoers unimpressed with its premise and humor. This weekend seven new domestic and one new imported film will try to heat up what has been a tepid
Inside Out moved into first place on Monday with $6.92 million. Yesterday marked the fourth time Inside Out has led the daily box office thus far. The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated blockbuster from Disney and Pixar declined 57 percent from Sunday and a healthy 34 percent from last Monday.
In what turned out to be a very tight race for first place this weekend, Universal’s Jurassic World was able to hold off Disney’s Inside Out with a weekend take of $54.53 million. The two films were separated by only $2.21 million over the weekend frame. Jurassic World fell 49
Sunday Update: In what turned out to be a very tight race for first place this weekend, Universal’s Jurassic World was able to hold off Disney’s Inside Out with an estimated weekend take of $54.22 million. The two films were separated by only $2.09 million over the weekend frame. Jurassic
Inside Out moved into first place on Thursday with $9.48 million. Yesterday represented the second timeInside Out has led the daily box office (last Friday being the first). The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated film from Disney and Pixar was up an encouraging 1 percent over Wednesday’s performance, which represented
LOS ANGELES – June 25, 2015 – According to Fandango, the nation’s leading digital destination for moviegoers and fans with more than 36 million unique visitors per month*, “Jurassic World,” “Ted 2” (in its opening weekend) and “Inside Out” are all battling for the top position on this week’s Fanticipation
The official release from Disney: “On the heels of the biggest opening ever for an original movie by Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out ($90.4M), The Walt Disney Studios has crossed the $1B mark at the domestic box office in studio record time of 174 days, beating the 188-day previous record set on
Universal reports that Jurassic World held onto first place again on Wednesday with $9.44 million, down 52.5 percent from the same day last week. The mega blockbuster’s 13-day domestic haul is now a whopping $436.94 million, putting it more than 10 percent ahead of the pace of Marvel’s The Avengers.
The 12th chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe popped up on official tracking today with the July 17 release pacing for a debut around $55-60 million. That would easily make it Paul Rudd’s top opening weekend as a leading man. At first glance, though, that seems like a soft launch