Audiences chose not to smell what The Rock was cooking with his latest feature film, as audiences elected to take a trip to Hotel Transylvania 3.
This is one of those weekends that I love to watch at the box office. You’ve got two high profile new releases hitting theaters, plus a strong holdover from last week. Any one of these films could hit the top. Which will it be?
It was a big weekend at movie theaters, as Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp made a bee-line for the top of the box office.
From small things, big things should come. At least, that’s how we’re looking this weekend with the debut of the final Marvel Studios release of the year, Ant-Man and The Wasp.
As predicting, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom held on to the top spot at the box office for the second weekend in a row.
Can a sequel survive when the visionary director of the original isn’t behind the camera? That’s what we’ll find out this weekend, with the arrival of Sicario: Day of the Soldado.
While the opening weekend numbers for the latest Jurassic World film may have fallen from the first film’s 2015 debut, there was still a boatload of money to be made this weekend.
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.