Box Office Breaking Down…. I hope you box office junkies are all staying healthy and safe. In light of the state of the country right now, let’s break down the impact of COVID-19 on the movie industry. Effective March 17th, both AMC and Regal closed all U.S.
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The Invisible Man was highly seen, opening at number one with $29 million. Sonic the Hedgehog spun out to number two with 16 million. The Call of the Wild howled at number three with $13.2 million. My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising battled for the number four spot,
Jumanji: The Next Level got the high score, opening at number one with $60.1 million. Frozen II was still hot in second place with $19.1 million. Knives Out cut deep at number three with $9.2 million. Richard Jewell was suspected, opening at number four with
Frozen II was on fire at number one for the second week with $34.6 million. Knives Out was still stuck at number two with $14.1 million. Ford v Ferrari went in circles, holding at number three with $6.54 million. ; Queen & Slim got held up
Midway made a sneak attack, opening at number one with $17.5 million. Doctor Sleep was wide awake at number two, opening with $14.1 million. Playing with Fire was smoked out, opening at number three with $12.8 million. Last Christmas made a wish at number four, opening
Toy Story 4 really came alive, opening at number one with $118 million. Child’s Play (2019) had some friends til the end, opening at number two with $14 million. Aladdin held its magic at number three with $12.2 million. Men in Black International had some memory
2017 was mostly a mixed year for movie revenue. The overall box office figures were down for most of the year. The numbers increased in the fall and helped cover some lost ground from the worst summer in over a decade! The entire industry grossed over $11
Blade Runner 2049 warped into the number one spot with $31.5 million. The Mountain Between Us was trapped at number two, opening with $10.1 million. It was floating at number three with $9.6 million. My Little Pony: The Movie trotted into fourth place, opening with $8.8
It floated back up to number one (probably because I took Mike the Fanboy for his birthday) with $17.3 million. Final numbers are still pending, but American Made opened in the number two spot with $17.01 million. Kingsman: The Golden Circle got knocked down to number
Kingsman: The Golden Circle captured the top spot, opening with $39 million. It floated in the number two spot with $30 million. The LEGO Ninjago Movie sliced it’s way to number three, opening with $21.2 million. American Assassin was double crossed at number four with $6.2 million.
It scared the competition away, holding the top spot for a second week with $60 million. American Assassin took a hit, opening at number two with $14.8 million. mother! got scolded, opening at number three with just $7.5 million. Home Again was comfortable at number
It was no laughing matter, opening at number one with a record breaking $117 million! Home Again landed at number two, opening with $9 million. The Hitman’s Bodyguard was shielded at number three with $4.8 million. Annabelle: Creation sneaked around to number four with $4 million.