Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ruled the Thanksgiving holiday box office, but Strange World ended up bombing pretty hard.
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever won its second straight Weekend Box Office as The Menu and Chosen: Season 3 also doing well.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was tops at the Weekend Box Office as expected, dethroning Black Adam in the process.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is off to the races at the Weekend Box Office with $28 million in Thursday previews.
Black Adam scored $67 million to open number one at the Weekend Box Office while also adding $140 million overseas.
Halloween Ends did indeed win the Weekend Box Office as horror has been the the big fall box office winner so far this year.
Smile shocked the Weekend Box Office with an amazingly small drop, and keeping the number one spot for the second week in a row.
Smile went out and had itself a time at the Weekend Box Office scoring $22 million and kicking off spooky season right.
Don't Worry Darling won the Weekend Box Office with $19.2 million, holding off The Woman King and Avatar for victory in the theaters.
The Woman King ruled the Weekend Box Office, while Barbarian continued to bring in cash as well, rescuing theaters from a crappy fall.
It's Labor Day, which means the Summer Box Office is officially over. Who won, who lost, and everyone should thank Top Gun: Maverick.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero and Idris Elba's Beast outpaced expectations at the Weekend Box Office this week.
Well, the weekend Box Office numbers are in, and Bullet Train was number one for the second straight week. Overall numbers were low.
Universal Pictures has become the first studio since 2019 to cross the $3 billion mark at the worldwide box office, powered by dinos.
Bullet Train won the Weekend Box Office in what should turn out to be the last big summer weekend. If only Prey was in theaters.
Thor: Love & Thunder won the Weekend Box Office for the second week in a row, though the drop week to week was pretty big.
Top Gun: Maverick has become the twelfth film ever to cross the $600 million line at the domestic box office.
Thor: Love & Thunder easily won the Weekend Box Office with $143 million, taking down those pesky Minions.
Minions ruled the Weekend Box Office for July 4th, as expected. Yet Top Gun is the story of the summer for sure.
Elvis and Top Gun are neck and neck at the Weekend Box Office as The Black Phone surprises. Lightyear however...
Lightyear opened well below expectations at the Weekend Box Office and finishing second to Jurassic World, as Top Gun continued to impress.
Top Gun: Maverick has now become the highest grossing film of 2022 domestically, as the Tom Cruise film continues to impress.
Dinosaurs rule the Earth again, as Jurassic World: Dominion won the weekend box office showdown with Tom Cruise.
Top Gun: Maverick had one of the best second weekends at the Box Office ever, cruising to a second straight victory.
Top Gun: Maverick opens to $151 million, biggest Memorial Day opener of all-time, and first Tom Cruise film to open over $100 million.
Here is our big Summer Box Office Preview, what do you think will be the biggest film of the Summer? Jurassic World should rule them all.
Doctor Strange was number one again at the Weekend Box Office while Downton Abbey brought older audiences back to theaters.
Surprising nobody, Doctor Strange took the box office crown at the Weekend Box Office this week, scoring over $190 million.
Doctor Strange and the Multiverse Of Madness took in $36 million on Thursday, the second best Thursday of the last two years.
The Bad Guys won a slow Weekend Box Office ahead of next week's big Doctor Strange and the Multiverse Of Madness opening.