Another holiday Sunday means that we won’t be able to look at the full box office landscape Until Monday, with only a portion of studios reporting three and four-day estimates. Leading the charge, Rogue One looks to be the box office champion yet again with Boxoffice projecting a $50.2 million
Star Wars: Rogue One crossed the $500 million global mark in its second weekend of release, capturing the major milestone in a weekend where it dominated cinema screens around the world. The film earned $64.4 million in the three-day frame and $96.1 million over the full four-day holiday weekend, easily
The Christmas holiday is pushing traditional studio weekend estimates into Sunday, as studio reporting takes the day off to tally up the extended weekend’s earnings. A number of films are filing Saturday estimates, however, painting a clearer picture on what went down at the box office. Disney won’t be reporting weekend estimates
As literally everybody expected, Disney’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story completely vanquished its competition at the box office this weekend, with a $155.08 million debut. That’s the third-highest opening of the year, after May’s Captain America: Civil War and March’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, though it’s also 37.4 percent behind
Disney’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story continued the dominance of Star Wars as the most lucrative franchise in film history this weekend, with an estimated $155.0 million opening. Helped by viral marketing hinting at the first appearance of the iconic Darth Vader in a film since 2005, the spinoff — which
Saturday Update: Disney reports that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story bagged an excellent $71.072 million on opening day Friday. That makes it the second best December single day of all-time (behind The Force Awakens‘ $119.1 million last year), the 12th highest opening day in history (just ahead of Catching Fire‘s $70.95 million in November
This weekend will likely see one of the biggest opening weekends since — well, since the last Star Wars movie. Disney’s spin-off Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hopes to maintain the box office power of the franchise’s seven “in sequence” films. Warner Bros. goes for the drama crowd with their new Will Smith-starring Collateral Beauty.
Six of the seven Star Wars films were the highest-grossing film of the year they came out, including last year’s The Force Awakens. Nobody doubts that December’s spinoff Rogue One will make tons of money, but will it also become the highest-grossing film of 2016 too? We’ll get our first hint on December 16 when it