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Top 10 US Week End Box Office starting July 2

BOX OFFICE RESULTS   F9: The Fast Saga Distributor - Universal Weekend ...

Top 10 US Week End Box Office starting June 26

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Top 10 US Week End Box Office starting June 11

  A Quiet Place Part II Distributor - Paramount Weekend -  $11,650,000 Locations - 3,515 Week 3 Total To-Date - $108,990...

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Overview of the US Week End Box Office May 28+

Amazon-MGM Deal Comes Days Before Irving Thalberg’s Birthday Amazon's $8.45 billion acquisition of MGM is driven by the same need for content that drove the April 1924 merger of Marcus Lowe's Metro Pictures with the Goldwyn Company. Lowe, based in New York, owned 111 theatres and needed a steady stream of pictures to play. In 1920 he paid $3 million for Hollywood-based Metro, hoping to get the necessary content. By 1924, that still hadn't happened. Metro was a small stu...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, May 24

With no new wide releases opening this weekend, the box office delivered an encore performance of last week's results.  Lionsgate's R-Rated horror-flick Spiral starring Chris Rock maintained its first place standing with $4.55M in ticket sales, and sports a 10-day running cume of $15.8M. UA Releasing's heist thriller The Wrath of Man starring Jason Statham earned $2.9M in its third week, down only 21% from its gross last weekend.  It has a three-week running cume of $18...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, May 17

At the box office, Lionsgate's Spiral opened in 2,811 theatres across the U.S. and Canada and led all films with $8.7M in ticket sales. The R-Rated horror thriller starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson is the 9th movie in the Saw horror film franchise. Of those, this is the 6th time that the it has taken top spot in the box office on its opening weekend.  UA Releasing's heist thriller The Wrath of Man starring Jason Statham earned $3.7M in its second week, now with a 10-da...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, May 10

Action films continue to propel the U.S. box office, led this week by the debut of The Wrath of Man from United Artists Releasing. The R-Rated heist story starring Jason Statham took in $8.1M at 2,875 locations across North America, a respectable debut for the well-reviewed thriller.   FUNImation's Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train followed in second place with $3.0M at 2,100 locations, adding up to an impressive three-week cume of $39.6M for the anime import.  Warner...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, May 3

The tandem of Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train and Mortal Kombat continued to lead all films at the weekend box office for a second week in a row. FUNImation's anime Demon Slayer took over top spot with $6.4M at 1,905 theatres. Warner Bros.' action fantasy Mortal Kombat slid back in to second place, grossing $6.2M at 3,114 locations.  After 10 days in theaters, both films have tallied a cume of $34M in the Domestic market.  Warner Bros.' Godzilla Vs. Kong c...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, April 26

The debut of two new  action films propelled the 3-day Domestic box office to $54.2M, the highest total for any weekend since the onset of the pandemic. Warner Bros.' much-anticipated Mortal Kombat led all films with $22.5M.  The R-Rated action fantasy played at 3,073 locations, which made it the widest distribution in North America for any film in more than a year.  FUNimation's Japanese anime feature Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train came in a close second place wi...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, April 19

Warner Bros.' Godzilla vs. Kong continued its reign atop the box office for a third week, with $7.7M in ticket sales at 3,001 locations across North America.  The monster showdown has delivered a welcome shot of revenue to exhibitors, returning more than $80M over the 19 days since it opened on 3/31. Universal's R-Rated thriller Nobody continues to punch out ticket sales, maintaining second place on the weekend box office with $2.5M, and $19M after four weeks.   Sony'...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, April 5

Godzilla vs. Kong has shaken the U.S. box office back to life since its mid-week opening. The monster sequel from Warner Bros. earned $48.5M in five days since last Wednesday, with $32.2M coming in over Easter weekend. This result represents a record-breaking opening since the pandemic began 14 months ago.  Sony's horror film The Unholy also debuted this weekend, taking second place with $3.2M in ticket sales.  Universal's R-Rated action thriller Nobody followed in a close...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, March 29th

On the first weekend of Spring, Universal's Nobody opened and took top spot on the box office charts, earning an estimated $6.7M  while playing at 2,460 theatres across North America. The R-Rated action thriller stars Bob Odenkirk, best known for his portrayal of lawyer Saul Goodman in the popular TV series Breaking Bad and its successful spin-off Better Call Saul.  Disney's animated family adventure Raya and the Last Dragon contributed another $3.5M to the weekend bo...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, March 22nd

More than 50% of North American theatres were operating this weekend for the first time in nearly six months. These include cinemas in the critical markets of New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, with additional re-openings planned for the weeks ahead.  As of Friday, 98% of AMC's 630 U.S. cinemas had re-opened.  What's more, the Studio Release Calendar is filling out for the months ahead, giving movie fans reasons to return to their local movie house.  At the box ...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, March 15th

  Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon was the top performer at the box office this weekend, earning $5.5M in its second week. Warner Bros.' animated adventure Tom & Jerry returned $4.075M in its third weekend, now with a $28.15M cume after 17 days in theatres.   Lionsgate's Young Adult Sci-Fi Thriller Chaos Walking contributed $2.25M in its second week.  We offer Popcorn Previews Boxoffice Buzz videos previewing two upcoming studio releases with blockbuste...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, March 8th

Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon opened this weekend both in theatres and on Disney+ streaming. The animated adventure led all films at the weekend box office, with an estimated $8.6M in ticket sales. Disney+ is offering Raya as a premium rental, with customers paying $29.99 to watch it at home. Warner Bros.' Tom & Jerry chipped in with $6.6M in its second week in theatres, a strong second place finisher. Lionsgate's Chaos Walking also debuted this weekend, taking in $3.8M for t...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, March 1st

Warner Bros.' Tom & Jerry chased away the industry's boxoffice blues in its opening weekend, earnings $13.7M while playing at 2475 North American theatres.  The live-action animated feature produced the second best opening weekend for any film during the pandemic, surpassed only by WB's Wonder Woman 1984 which earned $16.7M during its Christmas weekend premiere. Universal's  The Croods: A New Age continued its successful run in theatres by taking second p...

Overview of the US business for the week of February 15th

  Universal's The Croods: A New Age climbed back into first place in the weekend box office, earning $2.04M in its 12th weekend, up 21% from last week. The DreamWorks Animated Family film has earned $48.3M during its run in theatres, an outstanding return in pandemic times.  Warner Bros. was responsible for both films that tied for second place with $2.0M in ticket sales:  the R-Rated historical drama Judas and the Black Messiah in its opening weekend and the R-Rated neo...

Overview of the US business for the week of February 8th

Warner Bros.' The Little Things maintained its top spot from last week in a subdued weekend box office for Super Bowl weekend.   The R-Rated Neo-Noir Crime Thriller starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto grossed $2.1M this weekend, for a 10-day North American cume of $7.8M.  Universal's The Croods: A New Age racked up another $1.76M in its eleventh week in theatres, and now tallies a North American cume of $46M. The Liam Neeson starrer The Marksman from Op...

Overview of the US business for the week of February 1st

Warner Bros.' The Little Things opened this weekend both in theatres and on HBO Max, and led all films with $4.8M in ticket sales.  The crime thriller starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto produced the largest opening for an R-Rated film since the beginning of the pandemic. Universal's The Croods: A New Age continues to impress with family audiences, earning an additional $1.8M in its 10th weekend, with a cume of $43.9M.  Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman 1984 ea...

Overview of the US business for the week of January 25th

Open Road's The Marksman starring Liam Neeson maintained its perch at the top of the box office for a second week in a row, bringing in $2M in weekend ticket sales and $6.1M after 10 days. Universal's The Croods: A New Age continues its impressive run in attracting a family audience to theatres.  It earned $1.8M in its 9th weekend and a total of $41.8M to-date.   Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot earned $1.6M in its 5th week, now with a cume of $37.7...

Overview of the US business for the week of January 18th

At the box office, Open Road/Briarcliff's The Marksman opened to top spot with a weekend gross of $3.2M at 1,633 theatres. Comscore estimates that the Action-Thriller starring Liam Neeson will bring an estimated $3.7M after adding ticket sales for the Monday holiday. Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman 1984 dropped down to second place with $2.6M, after having led all films in each of the three weeks since its opening on Christmas Day.  Universal's The Croods: A New Age took third plac...

Overview of the US business for the week of January 11th

Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman 1984 led all films at the box office this weekend, having taken the top spot in all three weeks since its Christmas debut.  The widely-anticipated sequel to the 2017 original starring Gal Gadot earned $3M this weekend, and has earned $32.6M to-date from ticket sales in North American theatres.  Universal's The Croods: A New Age continues to impress with $1.8M in its 7th week, now having generated $36.9M over its run. Our BOX OFFICE BUZZ video fea...

Overview of the US business for the week of January 4th

  Happy New Year 2021.  A reminder that the Chinese New Year will begin on February 12th, and we will be entering the YEAR OF THE OX.  We say goodbye to 2020, the YEAR OF THE RAT. Wonder Woman 1984 led the box office in the first weekend of 2021, just as it did in the last weekend of 2020.  Warner Bros.' superhero sequel directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot brought in an estimated $5.5M in ticket sales, now with a 10-day North American cume of $28.5M. ...

Overview of the US business for the week of December 28

  The box office ended the year on a high note, led by Warner Bros.' long-anticipated opening of Wonder Woman 1984. The superhero sequel to the 2017 blockbuster reached a new high for movies released to theatres during pandemic times, grossing an estimated $16.7M at 2,151 locations across North America.  Universal took places 2 and 3 with the $2.4M opening of News of the World followed by $1.7M for The Croods: A New Age in its 5th week, now adding up to a Domestic cume of $30.3...

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