Weekend Domestic Grosses Update: November 10 – November 12, 2017 Title Locations Distributor Total Thor: Ragnarok 4080 Disney $57,078,306 Daddy’s Home 2 3575 Paramount $29,651,193 Murder on the Orient Express (2017) 3341 Fox $28,681,472 A Bad Moms Christmas 3615 STX Entertainment $11,468,964 Jigsaw 2651 Lionsgate $3,424,319 Tyler Perry’s Boo 2!
Holiday movie season rolls on this weekend as two more films vie for November moviegoers. Meanwhile, the reigning box office champion — Thor: Ragnarok — is expected to benefit from strong word of mouth as it aims for what should be an easy repeat finish at the top of the box office.
This week’s Long Range Forecast welcomes the addition of the year’s most anticipated film, as well as the latest animated project from Blue Sky Studios. Our initial analyses and forecasts: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Disney / Lucasfilm PROS: It’s Star Wars. The family component remains as strong as ever now
This week’s Long Range Forecast welcomes two new wide releases slated to open on Friday, November 10: Daddy’s Home 2 and Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express. Our initial analysis: PROS: Daddy’s Home 2 (Paramount) is well-positioned to benefit from holiday season family crowds with its current release date. The return of
Murder, mountains, Moulton Marston, mangos, marmalade, and a “motherf@#&ing trailer” here at BoxOffice Trailer Throw Down! Brought to you by the letter “M.” MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS I was hoping for a second that Hercule Poirot had to call himself “probably the greatest detective in the world” because, as we all know, Batman has already
Note: The original version of this story appeared in the April 2017 issue of Boxoffice Magazine. CinemaCon 2017 is in the books, and as tradition would have it, attendees are officially resetting the countdown clock until the marquee confab’s return to Vegas in April 2018. But, for a third straight year,
Fox decided to emphasize exhibition’s roots in showmanship with its presentation, opening with an intricately choreographed dance number and closing with a slew of executives singing on stage. The studio’s highlights included an advance look at the upcoming survivalist drama The Mountain Between Us, starring Idris Elba, Kate Winslet, and