Will Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ feel the love from audiences this weekend?
Spider-Man wove his web around the box office for the second weekend in a row, while the competition wasn’t really much of anything.
It’s a relatively calm weekend at the box office, with no competitors carrying enough muscle to knock Spider-Man: Far From Home off its web.
Spider-Man: Far From Home swung into theatres this weekend and managed to make a whole lot of money in just a little bit of time.
It’s the 4th of July weekend for our friends in the United States, and we’re guessing a lot of folks will be heading to the theatres to see our favourite wall-crawler head overseas.
Toy Story 4 held on to the top spot at the box office this weekend, showing there’s a lot of life left in Buzz, Woody, and the gang.
It’s going to be a bit of an interesting weekend at the box office, even if there are no films entering the arena that will take down Toy Story 4.
It was a big weekend for the latest Pixar film, even if it wasn’t the record-breaking extravaganza we thought it would be.
It’s an easy number one at the box office this weekend, as the first Pixar franchise arrives in theatres with what will in all likelihood be its final instalment.
Once again, if you were a sequel entering the box office this weekend, you just weren’t going to do well. Case in point – Men in Black: International.
Will a new cast be enough to get audiences into theatres to see the latest Men In Black, or will the fourth entry in the franchise fade out?
It was a bad weekend for sequels at the box office, as Secret Life of Pets 2 and Dark Phoenix severely underperformed.