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Star Wars: The Force Awakens has done nothing but decimate one box office record after another since it was released, and now it is on the threshold of crossing another huge barrier.
In addition to generally wreaking havoc in the Northeast, Winter Storm Jonas could have a huge impact on the box office numbers for new movies opening this weekend like Dirty Grandpa, The 5th Wave, and The Boy.
While Star Wars: The Force Awakens ruled the domestic box office for a month, and had a strong showing in most other countries over the same period, it looks like the honeymoon may already be over in China, the world’s second-largest movie market.
While Michael Bay’s newest movie 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi makes a concerted effort to not take a side on the contentious issue of its subject matter, that hasn’t stopped the film from becoming a political topic anyway.
Back in 2014, the mismatched buddy cop antics of Kevin Hart and Ice Cube helped make Ride Along a surprise success. With the sequel cruising into theaters, Ride Along 2 is already poised to have a huge opening weekend.
Leonardo DiCaprio's frontier revenge drama The Revenant made a good box office showing as it opened wide on Thursday night, but how much can the $135 million epic realistically make?
Star Wars: The Force Awakens roared out of the gate, smashing box office records left and right, but it's not done, not by a long shot, and it just eclipsed another impressive milestone for a Disney movie.
Another day, another box office record for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The latest adventure in that far, far away galaxy just decimated yet another impressive financial milestone.
You probably already knew that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a big deal, but looking at the insane box office numbers it's already put up will drive that fact home like you wouldn't believe.
Point Break of all movies is attempting a big, bold move, opening in China weeks ahead of other territories, and from the early results, this is a gamble that may pay off.
When Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens later this month, it's going to make a ton of money, though it is going to earn far more in some areas of the world, and far less in others.
When you think movies about Adolf Hitler, you probably imagine grim stories from World War II. Well, a comedy (yes, a comedy), about the dictator in modern-day Berlin just topped the German box office.
Alvin and The Chipmunks is coming back into our theaters this December and opens at the exact same time as Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Is this beyond bonkers, or kinda cool and subversive?
The latest James Bond adventure, Spectre, is expected by many to be a big hit, and a big part of this predicted success will hinge on its opening weekend, which could be huge.
Trilogies are like a thing. Beginning, middle, end, it makes sense. When you go and make that fourth movie, however, that’s when it becomes more obvious that the goal is not to expand the story but the bank balance.
Pan is already looking like it's going to be a costly flop for Warner Bros., which means that any hopes of it blossoming into a franchise are almost certainly already over.
It’s a big weekend for Ridley Scott as his much talked about sci-fi film, The Martian, hits theaters. The buzz has been positive and the reviews are looking good, but how will that translate into box office cash?
In true little-engine-that-could fashion, Terminator: Genisys has just kept right on chugging at international theaters, and now it has climbed into the 2015 box office top ten worldwide.
With everybody, including Hollywood, getting ready for the Labor Day Weekend, the “summer movie season” is about to wrap up. With some of the biggest box office hits of all time, it’s certainly been a record-breaking season.
This summer's box office antics has convinced Hollywood studios that they now need to take Rotten Tomatoes very seriously in order for their films to succeed.