Following its mammoth $152.5 million opening weekend, The Hunger Games is on track for a repeat #1 performance this weekend. There’s certainly a debate about whether it
The first event film of 2012 finally arrives this weekend, and its looking like it just might be bigger than many (myself included) once expected.
Now that Oscar nominations are out and we’re slowly putting 2011 to rest, I felt it time to lay out some of my thoughts on
Box Office Preview: ‘NEW YEAR’S EVE’ & ‘THE SITTER’ Open as Holiday Box Office Will Continue to Struggle
Taking a bit of a break from my normal prediction format this weekend, I’ll be focusing on only the openers of the upcoming frame.The box
1. The Muppets – $14.4 million (-50.7%) 2. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I – $14.3 million (-65.7%) 3. Hugo – $10.8 million
Official estimates from studios indicate that Breaking Dawn: Part I will hold on to the top spot this 3-day holiday weekend while The Muppets should
Thanksgiving Box Office Preview: ‘THE MUPPETS’ Ready to Dominate? Can ‘HUGO’ Find Its Audience? How Much Will ‘BREAKING DAWN’ Drop?
1. The Muppets – $42.0 million 3-day; $60.3 million 5-day (NEW) 2. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I – $41.7 million (-69.8%) 3. Happy
Friday Estimates: ‘BREAKING DAWN: PART I’ bags $72 million (via Summit Entertainment); ‘HAPPY FEET TWO’ Flops
Meanwhile, Happy Feet Two bombs with only $5.2 million. Far worse than I was already predicting, but as I outlined in my column on Thursday,
Box Office Preview: Will ‘BREAKING DAWN: PART I’ Live Up To ‘NEW MOON’ & ‘ECLIPSE’ Openings? (UPDATED: $30.25m Midnights))
1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part I) – $127.5 million (NEW) 2. Happy Feet Two – $36.0 million (NEW) 3. Immortals – $14.0 million
As 2010 comes to a close, Hollywood will be boasting publicly about how the total box office will land around $10.3 billion, the second-highest yearly