Things certainly weren’t quiet at the box office this weekend, as A Quiet Place returned to the top of the box office after a week’s respite. Meanwhile, Amy Schumer’s latest wasn’t a draw, while a cult classic proved profitable. Here’s what went down.
It’s the calm before the war this weekend, even with two new releases looking for your hard earned dollars at the box office this weekend. Will a sequel to a cult comedy favourite make a dent? What about I Feel Pretty, the latest from Amy Schumer?
It seems like only December that Dwayne Johnson was making all the money with Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Now, The Rock is back and hoping to make a monkey out of the competition.
We know that a bad horror film can still find an audience on opening weekend, but what happens when a good genre film enter the fray? Audiences respond. Loudly.
Horror looks to be leading the charge this weekend, as a brand new property and NOT a sequel enters the box office race. Will ‘ ‘A Quiet Place’ make an impact? Here’s our prediction:
Audiences were ready for Steven Spielberg’s return to blockbuster filming, as Ready Player One raced its way to the top of the box office in its opening weekend. Here’s what went down:
It should be a solid weekend at the box office, as Steven Spielberg returns to SFX-driven, fantastical storytelling with ‘Ready Player One.’ Will his latest top the box office? Read on to see our prediction.
When I’m wrong, I’m wrong, and this week I made the wrong prediction. Turns out, a few people DID want to see Pacific Rim: Uprising, even it wasn’t enough to make it a break out hit.
Can Black Panther make it six weekends in a row on top, or will the biggest movie of the year finally make way for an uprising and a new number one?
If anybody was wondering if there was still life in the Tomb Raider film franchise, this weekend answered that question with a resounding “nope”.
After five weeks ruling the box office, is this the weekend that the King of Wakanda finally has to abdicate his throne?
It was a memorable weekend at the box office, as representation was in full effect, thanks to two big films. Here’s what went down: