The finale of the Maze Runner trilogy hits theaters this weekend as teens and young adults will be courted amid a lack of direct competition, although diminished returns have become common for the genre in recent years and should again be expected for Death Cure. Meanwhile, Hostiles expands nationwide and hopes to carve out
With no wide releases scheduled for this weekend, our forecast is fairly straightforward. The exception, however, will be the likelihood for award season candidates such as Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lady Bird, Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, and Darkest Hour to receive varying sorts of expansions. The former two of that
Warner Bros. hopes to unite DC fans this weekend with the long awaited Justice League team-up film. Meanwhile, Lionsgate hopes to parlay a highly successful young adult novel into cinematic success with Wonder, while Sony counter-programs the market with a faith-based animated nativity story in The Star. PROS: Justice League marks the latest superhero title
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!