JACKASS FOREVER catapults to #1 spot in its debut with $20.7 million from 3,604 theatres for Paramount Pictures. The Film gets 87% on the Tomatometer. Top opening for the Franchise still belongs to 2010’s JACKASS 3D with a $50 million opening.
Second goes to MOONFALL starring Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson, with $9.1 million from 3,446 theatres in its opening. The latest from Director Roland Emmerich gets 42% on the Tomatometer.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME is in third with $8.8 million from 3,600 theatres, taking it to $748 million in its domestic run thus far for Sony Pictures.
SCREAM is in fourth with $4.3 million in its fourth weekend out, bringing it to $68 million for Paramount Pictures.
SING 2 rounds out the Top Five with $4 million, a total tally of $139 in North America.
Once again, it’s all SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, hanging-on to top spot again this weekend at the Box Office with $10.4 million from 3,675 theatres. This brings its domestic total to $735 million for Sony Pictures.
In second is SCREAM with $6.6 million for Paramount Pictures, from 3,518 theatres. This brings its total to $61.4 million over three weekends.
SING 2 is third with $4.7 million from 3,434 theatres for Universal Pictures, a total $134 million grossed.
REDEEMING LOVE lands in fourth with $1.8 million from 1,963 theatres, a total $6.5 million for Universal Pictures over two weeks.
THE KING’S MAN caps-off the Top Five with $1.6 million for 20th Century Studios from 2,440 theatres. It has made $33.9 million in its North American run to date.
The resilient SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME reclaims the #1 spot once again at the Box Office with $13.5 million from 3,705 theatres across North America for Sony Pictures, a total run of $720 million thus far.
SCREAM just misses a repeat at the top, bringing-in $11.7 million from 3,666 theates for Paramount Pictures. Over two weekends it has made $50.6 million.
SING 2 gets third with $8.2 million from 3,434 theatres for Universal Pictures, bringing its run to $128.2 million domestically.
REDEEMING LOVE opens in 1,903 theatres for Universal Pictures and debuts in fourth with $4 million. The Romance set against the backdrop of the California Gold Rush, gets 11% on the Tomatometer. It can be seen now where theatres are open in Canada.
In fifth is THE KING’S MAN wit $1.7 million for 20th Century Studios, a run of $31 million. The Film has been slotted for a February 18th release on Disney+.
New year, new fears! SCREAM slashes its way to the top spot at the Box Office this weekend with $31.5 million from 3,664 theatres for Paramount Pictures. This fifth film in the Franchise gets 76% on the Tomatometer.
Second spot goes to reigning champ SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME with $21.4 million from 3,925 theatres for Sony Pictures. Its four-week domestic run sees it at $705 million.
Third spot goes to SING 2 with $8.5 million from 3,581 theatres for Universal Pictures, for a total $122 million earned over four weeks.
THE KING’S MAN takes fourth with $2.9 million from 2,510 theatres for 20th Century Studios.
THE 355 rounds this Top Five out with $2.3 million for Universal Pictures/eOne Films, a two week total of $8.9 million.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME makes it four in a row this weekend, taking top spot with $30 million from 4,012 theatres for Sony Pictures. In a devilish domestic run so far it has reached $666 million in earnings.
Second spot goes to SING 2 with $10.3 million with 3,713 theatres for Universal Pictures, a two week total of $107.3 million.
In third is THE 355 with $4.3 million from 3,145 theatres for eOne Films/Universal Pictures. With a star-studded Cast including Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penelope Cruz and Sebastian Stan, the Action flick gets 26% on the Tomatometer.
THE KING’S MAN takes fourth with $3.1 million, a total $25 million over three weekends for 20th Century Studios.
Rounding things out is AMERICAN UNDERDOG in fifth is $2.4 million, a total $18.8 million over three weeks for Mongrel Media/Lionsgate Films.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME makes it three for three this weekend, taking #1 again at the Box Office in North America with $48 million from 4,206 theatres for Sony Pictures. In its third weekend it has grossed a total $605 million, and it is en route to cracking the Top Ten highest-grossing films in North America of all time.
Second goes to SING 2 with $19.5 million from 3,892 theatres for Universal Pictures. Over two weeks it has made a healthy $89.6 million.
AMERICAN UNDERDOG gets third spot with $4.3 million for Mongrel Media/Lionsgate Films, a total $15.2 million over two weeks.
Fourth goes to THE KING’S MAN with $3.9 million from 3,180 theatres for 20th Century Studios, a total $18.9 million in its second weekend out.
THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS rounds-out this Top Five with $3.4 million from 3,552 theatres for Warner Bros., a total $30.5 million in two weeks of release.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME spreads some cheer at the Box Office once again this weekend, taking the #1 spot over Christmas weekend with a superb $138.6 million from 4,336 theates for Sony Pictures, a two-week total of $467.3 million. On Christmas Day alone, it earned $36.1 million in North America. This places it third for all-time best Christmas Day gross of all time, behind Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens ($49.3 million) and Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker ($32.1 million).
Debuting in second is SING 2 with $23.7 million from 3,900 theatres for Universal Pictures. Its predecessor opened in 2016 with $36 million. This Sequel gets 67% on the Tomatometer.
In third is THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS with $12 million from 3,552 theatres for Warner Bros. This fourth Film in the Series gets 66% on the Tomatometer.
THE KING’S MAN debuts in fourth with $6.4 million from 3,180 theatres for 20th Century Fox.
Rounding-out the Top Five this Christmas weekend is Football Sports Drama AMERICAN UNDERDOG with $6.2 million from 2,813 theatres for Lionsgate Films/Mongrel Media. It gets 77% on the Tomatometer.
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Wednesday, December 15
This holiday season, the new chapter in Illumination’s smash animated franchise arrives with big dreams and spectacular hit songs as the ever-optimistic Buster Moon and his all-star cast of performers prepare to launch their most dazzling stage extravaganza yet…all in the glittering entertainment capital of the world. There’s just one hitch: They first have to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star—played by global music icon Bono, in his animated film debut—to join them.
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Universal Pictures Canada release SING 2 December 22, 2021.
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We know you loved SING! Here’s a new look at SING 2 which sees several stars from the first film return!
This holiday season, the new chapter in Illumination’s smash animated franchise arrives with big dreams and spectacular hit songs as the ever-optimistic Buster Moon and his all-star cast of performers prepare to launch their most dazzling stage extravaganza yet …all in the glittering entertainment capital of the world. There’s just one hitch: They first have to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star—played by global music icon Bono, in his animated film debut—to join them.
Buster (Oscar® winner Matthew McConaughey) has turned the New Moon Theater into a local hit, but Buster has his eyes on a bigger prize: Debuting a new show at the Crystal Tower Theater in glamorous Redshore City.
But with no connections, Buster and his cast—including harried mother Rosita (Oscar® winner Reese Witherspoon), rocker Ash (Scarlett Johansson), earnest Johnny (Taron Egerton), shy Meena (Tori Kelly) and, of course, provocateur Gunter (Nick Kroll)—have to sneak their way into the world-famous Crystal Entertainment offices, run by ruthless mogul Jimmy Crystal (Emmy winner Bobby Cannavale).
In a desperate attempt to get Mr. Crystal’s attention, Gunter spontaneously pitches an outrageous idea that Buster quickly runs with, promising that their new show will star rock legend Clay Calloway (Bono). Problem is, Buster has never met Clay, an artist who shut himself away from the world more than a decade ago after the loss of his wife. Even worse, Buster has failed to realize that Mr. Crystal is an egocentric gangster who would rather drop somebody off the roof of a building than be lied to.
As Gunter helps Buster dream up an out-of-this-world theatrical masterpiece, and the pressure (and sinister threats) from Mr. Crystal mount, Rosita’s leading role in the show gets ripped away and handed to Mr. Crystal’s spoiled daughter, Porsha, played by Grammy-nominated artist Halsey. Desperate to save the show, and his life, Buster embarks on a quest to find Clay and persuade him to return to the stage.
What begins as a dream of big-time success becomes an emotional reminder of the power of music to heal even the most broken heart.
Universal Pictures Canada release SING 2 December 22, 2021.
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HIDDEN FIGURES after overtaking the monster that is ROGUE ONE last weekend, hangs-on to the #1 spot at the Box Office a second week in a row! The 20th Century Fox release earns $19.6 million in its fourth week out, coinciding with a thematically-appropriate Martin Luther King Weekend in the U.S., bringing its North American run to $60.5 million.
SING is in second this weekend with $$13.4 million for Universal Pictures, bringing its four week tally to a whopping $237.4 million!
LA LA LAND sees a huge boost from its Golden Globe success, sweeping seven categories, en route to a successful expansion to 1,848 theatres for eOne Films/Lionsgate Films. Over six weeks, it has made $76.4 million domestically.
THE BYE BYE MAN is in fourth in its debut with $16.3 million for STX Entertainment and VVS Films from 2,200 theatres. Critics gave the Horror 27% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it a C CinemaScore, not enough to deter it from a fantastic opening in a market thirsty for a good scare of late.
ROGUE ONE slips to fifth with $12.9 million for Disney, just surpassing the $500-million mark over five weeks.
PATRIOTS DAY expands to a wide release this weekend, earning $12 million from 3,120 theatres for eOne Films/Lionsgate Films, good enough for sixth. Critics gave it a 79% on the Tomatometer, which is looking good combined with a phenomenal A+ CinemaScore from Audiences, giving it legs to go on via word of mouth in coming weeks despite a soft opening.
MONSTER TRUCKS debuts in seventh for Paramount Pictures with $10.1 million from 3,119 theatres. Its target Audience of young kids gave it an A CinemaScore, while Critics obliterated it with a 31% score on the Tomatometer.
SLEEPLESS opens in ninth for Open Road Films, with $8.5 million from 1,803 theatres. Audiences gave the Action-Thriller starring Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan (who also stars in PATRIOTS DAY) a B+ CinemaScore, while Critics gave it a paltry 11% on the Tomatometer.
PASSENGERS rounds-out the Top Ten with $$5.3 million for Sony Pictures, a total run of $90 million.
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