#BOXOFFICE: “BLACK ADAM” STILL PROVING TOO TOUGH FOR THE COMPETITION
For a third straight weekend, BLACK ADAM proves too tough to beat, taking the #1 spot yet again with $15 million from 4,402 theatres for Warner Bros. In its domestic run so far, it has earned $134 million.
Debuting in second is ONCE PIECE FILM: RED for Crunchyroll/Sony Pictures, with $9.5 million from 2,400 theatres. The Animated Feature gets a stellar 95% on the Tomatometer from Critics.
Third is TICKET TO PARADISE with $7.2 million from 3,692 theatres for Universal Pictures, a tally of ...
#BOXOFFICE: “BLACK ADAM” DOMINATES A SECOND WEEK
BLACK ADAM continues to thrive in its second week of release, holding onto top spot at the Box Office again with $30.4 million from 4,402 theatres for Warner Bros. Over two weekends, it has grossed $113.4 million.
Second spot goes to TICKET TO PARADISE with $10.1 million from 3,543 theatres for Universal Pictures, a two weekend tally of $32.6 million for Universal Pictures.
Third is PREY FOR THE DEVIL with $7.8 million from 2,980 theatres in its debut for Lionsgate Films/Cineplex ...
#BOXOFFICE: “BLACK ADAM” ROCKS IT IN DEBUT
BLACK ADAM solidifies Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's standing as a huge megastar on the big screen, debuting at #1 this weekend across North American theatres with $60 million from 4,402 theatres for Warner Bros. While Critics weren't in love with this latest DC Comics adventure, giving it a 41% on the Tomatometer, this did not deter Moviegoers from helping launch what looks to be the beginning of a new Franchise.
Second spot goes to TICKET TO PARADISE, debuting with $16 million for Universal ...
#BOXOFFICE: “HALLOWEEN ENDS” HAS A STRONG START
HALLOWEEN ENDS nabs the #1 spot at the Box Office in its opening weekend for Universal Pictures, taking $43.4 million from 3,901 theatres. Despite reviews being less than stellar at 39% on the Tomatometer, this conclusion to David Gordon Green's Trilogy still has that appeal to Moviegoers. Best opening ever for the Halloween Franchise though, still goes to 2018's Halloween which opened with $76 million in North America.
In second is SMILE, dethroned after a two week reign with $12 million ...
#BOXOFFICE: “SMILE” REIGNS A SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK
SMILE continues to bring joy to Horror fans at the Box Office, taking the #1 spot yet again with $17.6 million for Paramount Pictures from 3,659 theatres for a total $48 million in its second weekend out. Amazingly, this isn't far off its first week numbers which means word of mouth is spreading well.
In second is LYLE, LYLE CROCODILE marking Canadian Singer-Songwriter Shawn Mendes' acting debut with $11.5 million from 4,350 theatres for Sony Pictures. The Film gets a passing 68% on the ...
#BOXOFFICE: “SMILE” GIGGLES ITS WAY TO THE TOP IN OPENING
SMILE giggles its way to #1 spot in its debut, taking $22 million from 3,645 theatres for Paramount Pictures. This R-rated Horror starring Sosie Bacon, daughter of Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, gets 74% on the Tomatometer from Critics.
Second is DON'T WORRY DARLING with $7.3 million from 4,121 theatres, bringing its total to $32.8 million for Warner Bros. over two weekends.
THE WOMAN KING is in third with $7 million, a tally of $46.1 million now over three weekends for Sony ...
#BOXOFFICE: “DON’T WORRY DARLING” IS AT EASE ON-TOP
DON'T WORRY DARLING overcomes controversy to take top spot at the Box Office in its opening weekend with $19.2 million from 4,113 theatres for Warner Bros. Despite a score of 36% from Critics on the Tomatometer, Moviegoers could not resisit the allure of Harry Styles and Florence Pugh.
In second is last week's topper, THE WOMAN KING with $11.6 million for Sony Pictures from 3,765 theatres, a total $36.2 million over two weeks in North America.
The re-release of AVATAR is third and takes ...
#BOXOFFICE: “THE WOMAN KING” RULES IN OPENING WEEKEND
Moviegoers are showing-up for THE WOMAN KING, debuting at #1 this weekend for Sony Pictures with $16 million from 3,271 theatres. The Film, which just premiered at TIFF '22, has received a stellar 94% on the Tomatometer.
In second is the Horror BARBARIAN, with $4.5 million for 20th Century Studios, a total $20 million over two weeks. It plays in 2,340 theatres.
PEARL debuts in third with $3.6 million from 2,900 theatres for VVS Films/A24, after premiering earlier this week at TIFF as ...
#BOXOFFICE: “SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME” RECLAIMS TOP SPOT WITH RE-RELEASE
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME reclaims the throne this weekend at the Box Office for Labour Day weekend. The re-release of the former #1, contains 11 minutes of added footage, gets $7 million from 3,935 theatres for Sony Pictures, taking its total North American run to $810 million. It was released 29 weekends ago originally.
Second goes to TOP GUN: MAVERICK with $4.5 million from 3,113 theatres for Paramount Pictures, a total $699.3 million, slowly making its way to $700 million.
In third we ...
#BOXOFFICE: “THE INVITATION” ARRIVES ON-TOP
THE INVITATION comes out of nowhere to take the top spot at the Box Office in its opening weekend on a quiet weekend. The Horror from Sony Pictures takes $7 million from 3,114 theatres and gets 29% on the Tomatometer.
In second this weekend is BULLET TRAIN with $5.5 million from 3,513 theatres for Sony Pictures, a total $78 million in its fourth weekend out.
Third is TOP GUN: MAVERICK with $4.9 million from 2,962 theatres for Paramount Pictures. This brings its total to $691 million ...