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Although it was projected to be a smash, Beauty and the Beast’s $170 million weekend take was a record breaking one for the month of March. With such a huge opening, the picture should easily be one of this year’s biggest money makers. Coming in a distant second was Kong: Skull Island with a solid [...]


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As expected, Kong: Skull Island demolished the competition with over $61 million in box office receipts. The $185 million budgeted feature performed above expectations, as it was predicted to have a $45-50 million weekend. Coming in a distant second was Logan, which still had an excellent outing with $37.8 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

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The great word of mouth and critical acclaim behind Logan, Hugh Jackman’s last stab as Wolverine, propelled the movie to the #1 spot at the box office. The film’s $85.3 million showing makes it 2017’s biggest opening, and its success continues oversees with a $152.5 million international take! Coming in a distant second was the [...]


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Director/writer Jordan Peele has a hit on his hands, as the horror feature Get Out was the #1 film in the U.S. with a $30.52 million debut. Coming in a distant second was The Lego Batman Movie with $19 million, followed by a $9 million weekend from John Wick: Chapter Two. Here’s this weekend’s top [...]


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The LEGO Batman Movie was the #1 movie over the four day weekend with a $42.5 million take. Coming in a distant second was the critically reviled romantic drama Fifty Shades Darker which made $23.2 million. Unfortunately, Matt Damon’s adventure epic The Great Wall had a sup-par opening, as it managed a dismal $21.6 [...]


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In a box office weekend filled with high profile films, The LEGO Batman Movie was the clear cut winner with $55.6 million. Coming in second was the critically reviled flick Fifty Shades Darker, which took in $46.7 million, followed by John Wick: Chapter Two at #3 ($30 million).

Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

1. The LEGO [...]


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Director M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller Split continues to dominate the competition as it beat newcomer Rings with a $14.5 million weekend. Saddled with bad reviews, Rings took in $13 million followed at #3 with A Dog’s Purpose ($10.8 million). The sci-fi/family drama The Space Between Us bombed in its debut, coming in at #9 [...]


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Director/writer M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological thriller Split was the #1 film over the weekend, beating out newcomer A Dog’s Purpose (#2, $18.3 million). Starring James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy, Split is one of Shyamalan’s best received films and it continues the momentum he received from the success of The Visit. Although Resident Evil: The Final [...]


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Director M.Night Shyamalan’s latest feature Split was the runaway winner at the box office as it trounced fellow newcomer xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. Split made a hefty $40 million, and although Vin Diesel’s latest film was heavily promoted, Xander Cage scared up just $20 million domestically.

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Hidden Figures, a feature headlined by Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monae, and Octavia Spencer, was the #1 film over the Martin Luther King weekend with $25.9 million. Newcomers Sleepless and Monster Trucks were box office disappointments, as neither film were the top five earners. Here are the top ten films from the four day [...]


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