This is the sort of weekend at the box office that are always fun to watch. Two mammoth franchises are going to battle it out for the top spot, and even though one is more likely to hit the top spot, the other’s success could cut into its numbers. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom vs Incredibles 2 – who will win the battle?
It was a simply Incredible debut for The Incredibles 2, the return of a film franchise that’s been dormant for 14 years.
After a long fourteen year wait, The Incredibles 2 has arrived in theaters to massive buzz and strong reviews, and should have no problem topping the box office.
The fix was in this weekend, as Ocean’s 8 debut at the top of the box office with some record numbers for the franchise.
This weekend, a venerable film franchise does a gender flip with some of the biggest female stars in Hollywood. That means you can definitely bank on Ocean’s 8 topping the box office.
There’s now way around it – Solo: A Star Wars Story is a bomb. You may wonder how a film that’s made over $148 million in two weekends could be considered a bomb, but this is the Star Wars franchise we’re talking about.
With no new releases that will make an impact, Solo: A Star Wars Story will have no problem holding on to the top spot at the box office this weekend.
We may not be the first to say it, but we’re going to anyway: The Force was not strong with this one.
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new Star Wars movie in theaters this weekend. I’m kidding. I know you’ve heard all about Solo: A Star Wars Story. So, here’s the bigger question – how will this film actually perform this weekend?
It was a big weekend for Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool 2 managed to score the second largest opening for an R-rated film in North American box office history.
Deadpool 2 arrives in theaters with a ton of buzz and good will from an audience that absolutely embraced the character when the first film arrived back in the winter of 2016.
It was another big money weekend for the film that brings the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a (temporary) crashing halt, as Avengers: Infinity War spent another weekend in the top spot at the box office.