Weekend Box Office Archives

Spider-Man: No Way Home - New Peter vs. Doc Ock Clip
Rounding out the top five is The King's Man, with $1.7 million. The Weekend Box Office Top Five for January 21st: Spider-Man: No Way Home- $14.1 million Scream- $12.4 million Sing 2- $5.7 million Redeeming Love- $3.7 million The King's Man- $1.7 million Next week, a whole lot of nothing opens yet again, so Spider-Man and Scream will add to their totals[...]
Scream Reveals New Photos of the Highly Anticipated Horror Film
Fourth goes to The King's Man with $2.9 million, and fifth goes to The 355, with is bombing hard, adding $2.8 million to bring its two-week gross to an anemic $8.9 million. The top five at the Weekend Box Office For January 14th: Scream- $36 million Spider-Man: No Way Home- $26 million Sing 2- $11 million The King's Man- $2.9[...]
Spider-Man: No Way Home: Taking The "Kitchen Sink" Approach [SPOILERS]
Spider-Man: No Way Home was tops at the weekend box office yet again, adding another $33 million to its total, bringing it to $668.7 million It has now passed Titanic to become the sixth highest-grossing film ever at the domestic box office At some point this week, it will pass Avengers: Infinity War to become[...]
Spider-Man: No Way Home - 3 Character Posters and 2 More Posters
Spider-Man: No Way Home was not slowed down at the weekend box office, as we said goodbye to 2021 and hello t0 2022 Over the weekend, the film added $52.7 million, good enough for yet another finish at number 1 and pushing its total to $610 million domestically so far That makes it the tenth[...]
To put it into perspective as to how dominant Spider-Man was: the top ten minus No Way Home combined grossed around $20 million. The Weekend Box Office Top 5 For December 17th: Spider-Man: No Way Home: $253 million Encanto: $6.5 million West Side Story: $3.41 million Ghostbusters: Afterlife: $3.4 million Nightmare Alley: $2.9 million Next week, Christmas is here, and Spider-Man should[...]
Protect the Magic in the New Trailer and Poster for Encanto
As this one expands, look for it to make some noise as well. The Weekend Box Office Top 5 for Thanksgiving Weekend: Encanto: $40.3 million Ghostbusters: Afterlife: $35.3 million House of Gucci: $21.8 million Eternals: $11.4 million Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City: $8.8 million Next week, a whole lot of nothing opens, though it will be the last slow release week[...]
Sony Delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife a Week After Top Gun Moves to 2022
This one has Oscar buzz for Will Smith and should stay pretty steady throughout the end of the year. The Top Five Weekend Box Office For November 19th: Ghostbusters: Afterlife- $44 million Eternals: $10.8 million Clifford The Big Red Dog: $8.1 million King Richard: $ 5.7 million Dune: $3 million Next week is Thanksgiving here in the states, and with it brings some[...]
Sandra Mae Frank Talks Aspirations as a Deaf Actress in Hollywood
The other was Shang-Chi, which debuted this weekend on Disney+. The Top Five at the Weekend Box Office for November 12th: Eternals: $27 million Clifford The Big Red Dog: $16.4 million Dune: $5.6 Million No Time To Die: $$4.6 Million Venom: Let There Be Carnage- $$3.7 million Next week is the opening for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and with it, a ton of intrigue[...]
13 New High-Quality Images from Eternals Shows Off the Cast
Eternals as expected has won the weekend box office with ease The latest entry in the MCU scored $71 million over the weekend The film also took in $91 million overseas bringing its global total opening to $161.7 million, the second-biggest global opening of the year behind only Fast 9 Domestically, it had the third-best[...]
Dune: Zendaya Will Be The Focal Point in Part 2 Plus 14 New HQ Images
Venom: Let There Be Carnage continues to rake it in at $9.4 million, good enough for fourth place and rounding out the top five was Ron's Gone Wrong, with a paltry $7.3 million. The weekend box office top five for October 22nd: Dune- $41 million Halloween Kills- $14.5 million No Time To Die- $11.9 million Venom: Let There Be Carnage-[...]
Halloween Kills Exceeds Expectations With $50 Million+ Opening
non-IP adult fare is struggling to make money right now, and the film's subject matter doesn't help. This will be the third straight week that the weekend box office has topped $100 million, the first time since late February/ early March of 2020 It should continue next week as well, with Dune finally gracing screens across[...]
No Time To Die Review: Great Action Dragged Down with Muddled Story
Bond will rule the weekend box office, just not as much as we thought The swan song for Daniel Craig, No Time To Die, will finish the weekend at $56 million, a number a tad shy of the estimated $60 million it was hoping for Long runtimes and an older-skewing audience are likely to blame[...]
No Time To Die Review: Great Action Dragged Down with Muddled Story
No Time To Die, the swan song for Daniel Craig as 007, is going to open at number one at the weekend box office with an estimated $60 million Some were saying it could move higher, but since the series skews older, it would have depended on that demo getting out there, which they just[...]
Venom: Let There Be Carnage Review: Doesn't Overstay Its Welcome
The story of that film will be written by how many watched on HBO Max. Here is the Top 5 for the weekend box office: Venom: Let There Be Carnage- $90.1 million Addams Family 2- $18 million Shang-Chi- $6 million The Many Saints of Newark- $5 million Dear Evan Hansen- $2.5 million Next weekend Bond will attempt to take down Venom and[...]