The final day of March heralds the end of 2017’s stellar first quarter, and with it come two new challengers in the box office arena: Ghost In the Shell and The Boss Baby. Will either be able to challenge the third frame of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast? Scarlett Johansson leads the live action take
Monday Actuals Update: “There might be something there” for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, as audiences chose to be the film’s guest for the second straight weekend with $90.4 million, coming in higher than its Sunday studio weekend estimate. Lionsgate’s action-adventure Power Rangers proved that it could “Go! Go!” all the way to second place, debuting with
Saturday Update: Disney will again reign atop the box office this weekend — as expected — as Beauty and the Beast tacked on a huge $23.557 million yesterday, bringing its eight-day domestic total to $252.2 million. It currently stands 71 percent ahead of The Jungle Book at the same point in release. We’re projecting a
After the delivering the best March debut of all time last weekend, Beauty and the Beast is poised to continue dominating the box office in its second frame with what could be the best pre-summer sophomore weekend in history. Disney’s latest blockbuster needs only to top American Sniper‘s $64.63 million second set to
Disney’s highly anticipated Beauty and the Beast came in several million dollars above its already-massive Sunday box office estimate, with Monday actuals showing a $174.7 million start. Not only is that the highest March opening ever, but it’s also the 12th-highest opening of all time, adjusted for inflation. Last weekend’s leader, Warner Bros.’ Kong:
Disney was the Belle of the ball this weekend, as their live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast broke several records with its estimated $170.0 million opening. Disney has found box office success with their live-action remakes or reimaginings of classic animated films but this one dominated them all, arriving 64.6
Saturday Update: Disney reports this morning that Beauty and the Beast earned a huge $63.787 million on opening day Friday, including Thursday night’s $16.3 million debut. The overall first day take nearly doubles the $32 million of last year’s The Jungle Book and stands as the best opening day in history for a PG-rated film.
2017 has already been off to a generally strong start — especially the past few weekends — but it’s finally time for Disney to make its first appearance at this year’s box office ball with Beauty and the Beast. The long-awaited live-action take on the 1991 animated classic has been generating immense levels
Their official press release: LOS ANGELES – MARCH 14, 2017 – Prior to its opening this Friday, Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” has already set a new record as Fandango’s #1 family pre-seller of all time, with “Beauty” pre-sales (through Monday night) already eclipsing total pre-sales for any other
No one fights like Gaston, but no one produces like Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman. Partners in the production company Mandeville Films, which Hoberman founded in 1995, they have an exclusive first-look deal with Disney. Their new film is the highly anticipated Beauty and the Beast live-action remake starring Emma Watson.