In one of the slowest weekends in a decade, newcomer New Years Eve was able to ring in the top spot at the box office. The film took in $13.7 million, according to estimates from Hollywood.com during its first weekend.
Another weekend, another win for Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part One.
The vampire romance flick sucked in $16.9 million in its third weekend, good enough to take the top spot at the box office.
A trio of new family films couldn’t put a stake in Breaking Dawn’s box-office dominance. The first half of the final Twilight movie scared up $42 million over the three-day weekend and $62.3 million over the five-day holiday weekend, good enough to put the movie on top for a second straight weekend.
As expected, Breaking Dawn, Part One took the top spot at the box-office the weekend.
Fans eager to see the first half of the final Twilight movie were up late last night.
It was a battle for box-office supremacy this weekend with Immortals edging out the latest comedy from Adam Sandler for the top spot. Immortals took in $32 million in its opening weekend and debuted at the top of the chart. The comedy Jack and Jill took in $26 million. Puss in Boots was just behind […]
Puss in Boots purred its way to the top of the box office for the second straight week. Taking in $33 million in its second weekend, the animated spin-off from the Shrek franchise held off the highly publicized teaming of Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller in Tower Heist.
Puss in Boots pushed up its opening a week and was rewarded with a box-office win. The animated spin-off from the Shrek series took in $34 million in its opening weekend, setting a record for the largest debut on a Halloween weekend.
It’s the season for scary movies.
In the battle for box-office supremacy, two movies went toe-to-toe this weekend. In the end, Real Steel edged out the remake of Footloose by a slim margin. In its second week, Real Steel earned $16.3 million while Footloose opened with $16.1 million. Those totals are estimates for the weekend, so it’s possible those could chance […]
The family-friendly movie A Dolphin Tale swam to the top of the box-office this weekend. In its second week in release, the movie rose from third to first, taking in $14.2 million.
Disney’s 3D release of an old favorite, “The Lion King” reaped the number one spot at the box office this weekend besting fan-fav Brad Pitt’s high-focused baseball film. Pitt’s movie “Moneyball” took the number two slot followed by “Dolphin Tale.” Here is how the top 10 looked: 1. The Lion King 2. Moneyball 3. Dolphin […]
The Help and Rise of the Planet of the Apes took the top spots at the box-office this weekend, holding off competition from several new opening films.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes held off solid competition from The Help to continue to rule the box office this weekend. Rise took in $27.5 million compared to $25.5 million for The Help.