Monday Update: Marvel can do no wrong in 2018, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s third installment this year Ant-Man and the Wasp buzzed with $75.8 million. The Disney sequel opened 32 percent higher than the original Ant-Man did in 2015. The second- and third-place films were so close that they actually switched spots
Monday Update: On a quiet-for-summer weekend at the box office, the top two films remained the same as last frame. Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom led for the second consecutive time with $60.9 million, with a 59 percent second-weekend drop notably larger than the 49 percent drop for 2015’s original Jurassic World. Disney’s Incredibles
Monday Update: Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom proved the franchise wasn’t extinct at the box office, debuting with $148.0 million. After 2015’s original Jurassic World opened to a monster $208.8 million — at the time the biggest opening weekend ever, now 4th-biggest — it was a foregone conclusion that the sequel would start
Monday Update: Incredibles 2 made a dash for the top spot, seeing not violet but green. Opening to $182.6 million, the Disney sequel far surpassed expectations which had generally projected somewhere in the $130-$150 million range. Among its notable records: It bests the previous best animated opening ever, 2004’s Shrek 2 with an
Sunday Update: Incredibles 2 continues to blast past even optimistic expectations with what Disney reports this morning will be an estimated $180 million domestic weekend. Check out the studio weekend estimates here as well as further opening day analysis below. === Saturday Update: Disney / Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 posted a massive $71.546
Mid-June’s box office is about to heat up again with one of the most anticipated animated sequels of all time making its debut over Father’s Day weekend. Incredibles 2 Opening Weekend Range: $136 – 165 million Domestic Total Range: $450 – 540 million Pre-release tracking for the long awaited sequel
“Based on a true story. We’re not kidding.” That’s the apt tagline for Tag, the action comedy in theaters June 15 taken from a real-life story almost too crazy to believe. Several friends from Spokane, Washington, in the 1980s devised a game of tag, which has now lasted for decades.
This week’s long range report focuses on what will likely be the summer’s biggest animated tentpole: Pixar’s The Incredibles 2. Writer/director Brad Bird returns with the long-awaited sequel, which has been among the most in demand by Pixar fans since the original film’s run in late 2004. That pic’s $70.5 million