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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story narrowly beat newcomer Hidden Figures this weekend, as it took in over $21.9 million. Hidden Figures, powered by strong performances from Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae, made $21.8 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - This bonafide [...]


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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the #1 film over the three-day holiday weekend with $49.5 million. The feature, headlined by Felicity Jones, has made $440 million worldwide. Coming in second was the animated feature Sing, which also did brisk business with a $42.8 million haul. Here’s this weekend’s t0p 10 (December [...]


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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the easy #1 film over the holiday weekend, as it made over $96 million at the box office. Universal’s Sing also had a fantastic three day weekend, raking in $56 million for the second position. Here’s the box office totals for this holiday’s three day [...]


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As expected, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story obliterated the competition with a $155 million weekend. In international markets, the picture has already amassed over $290.5 million, and one can expect Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to be one of the top earners of the year. Unfortunately, Will Smith’s new movie Collateral Beauty was [...]


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Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman’s rowdy Office Christmas Party failed to supplant Moana from the #1 box office position, as the Dwayne Johnson animated flick made $18.8 million over the weekend.  The good news is Office Christmas Party did a solid $17.5 million in its debut, coming in second place. Here’s this weekend’s top [...]


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Moana was the #1 film over the weekend once again, as it easily beat the competition with a $28.3 million take. The Dwayne Johnson headlined animated flick has made over $119 million domestically and it’s set to be one of this year’s biggest hits. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, another [...]


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The hits train continues to run for Dwayne Johnson, as Moana was this weekend’s #1 movie, taking in $55.5 million (it made over $81 million during the five-day Thanksgiving period). Unfortunately, fellow newcomers Allied and Bad Santa 2 had disappointing debuts, coming in at #4 and #8 respectively. Rules Don’t Apply, Warren Beatty’s return to [...]


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Eddie Redmayne’s acting momentum continues to the box office with a first place finish for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The Oscar winning actor, who’s a huge J.K.Rowling fan, beat out good buddy Benedict Cumberbatch, whose Doctor Strange checked in at #2 with $17.67 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

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Benedict Cumberbatch reigned supreme once again as Doctor Strange was this weekend’s #1 film at the box office with $43 million. Budgeted at $165 million, Doctor Strange has made over $492 million worldwide, making it another bonafide Marvel hit. Coming in a close second was Trolls which earned $35 million, followed by [...]


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Benedict Cumberbatch joined the Marvel Universe and succeeded in a big way, as Doctor Strange was this weekend’s #1 film by a landslide, pulling in over $84.9 million. Though it was a distant second, Trolls had a strong weekend with $45.6 million. Mel Gibson’s latest directing effort Hacksaw Ridge made $1.47 million and took [...]


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