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Don’t Breathe was the #1 film over the weekend, and its $26.1 million debut should ensure this $9.9 million budgeted film should turn a profit for Sony. Well reviewed and powered by good word of mouth, the flick should do brisk business in the coming weeks. Fellow newcomer [...]


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The good news is Suicide Squad continues its box office dominance with a $20.7 million weekend, proving its naysayers absolutely wrong. Unfortunately, the $100 million epic Ben-Hur was a total misfire, as it debuted at #5 with a lackluster $11.35 million.

The Jonah Hill and Miles Teller feature War [...]


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Even though it experienced over a 67% decrease in its second weekend, Suicide Squad was still the top performer at the box office, beating out Sausage Party and Pete’s Dragon with $43.7 million. Made for just $19 million, Sausage Party was also a huge winner and thanks to strong word of mouth [...]


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Suicide Squad received absolutely horrible reviews, but the film proved that critics really don’t matter as its $135.1 million debut set the record for best August launch ever. The previous record was for Guardians of the Galaxy, which took in $94.3 million, and Suicide Squad easily bested that mark. Unfortunately, Jennifer Garner and Kevin Spacey’s [...]


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Despite lukewarm reviews, Jason Bourne was the top earner ar this weekend’s box office as it took in $60 million. Considering the movie has an estimated budget of $120 million, Jason Bourne should reap a solid profit for Universal. Meanwhile, Bad Moms had a solid debut with $23.4 million,and the Mila Kunis headlined comedy’s economical [...]


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Although Star Trek Beyond was the #1 film of the weekend with a solid $59.6 million, its opening was not as successful as Star Trek Into Darkness ($70.1 million) and Star Trek ($75.2 million). The picture, however, has received strong reviews and should do brisk business in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, fellow [...]


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The Secret Life of Pets beat out Ghostbusters for the box office crown, making $50.56 million over the weekend. Ghostbusters did solid business with a $46 million opening, with The Legend of Tarzan coming in a distant third with just $11.1 million. Even with its strong debut, Ghostbusters cost an estimated $144 million (this figure [...]


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The Secret Life of Pets was the big winner at the box-office, as the animated flick made $103.2 million it its debut. The Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick comedy Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates came in at #4 with $16.6 million. Here’s the top 10:

1. The Secret Life of Pets - $103 million

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Finding Dory continues to steamroll the competition as the animated feature made $73.2 million over the weekend, besting newcomer Independence Day: Resurgence (#2 with an excellent $41.6 million take). Although the Blake Lively shark thriller The Shallows managed a fourth place finish with $16.7 million, the picture did just fine since the movie’s budget is [...]


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Finding Dory’s #1 debut at the box-office was expected, but its $136.2 million showing bests the previous animated movie opening record (2007’s Shrek the Third took in $121.6 million). Coming in a distant second, but also doing well, was the Dwayne Johnson/Kevin Hart comedy Central Intelligence, which made $34.5 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

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