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Refresh for latest…: Paramount’s Sonic The Hedgehog raced to a $100M worldwide opening this weekend, including $43M from the international box office, and a domestic record for a videogame pic. The adaptation of Sega’s globally popular property is playing in 40 offshore markets, repping 60% of the overseas footprint. Directed by Jeff Fowler, Sonic had
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Refresh for latest…: Sony’s Bad Boys For Life kept the joyride going in its sophomore session at the international box office. The weekend was worth $42M in 58 markets for an offshore cume of $95M and bringing global to $215M. The overseas drop was 39% in the holdover hubs. Following last week’s debut, the well-received
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Refresh for latest…: Seventeen years after the release of Bad Boys II, Sony’s Bad Boys For Life dominated domestic, overseas and global turnstiles in its debut, and will cross $100M worldwide when including the domestic four-day weekend. At the international box office, the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence cop flick set a new franchise record launch of
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Refresh for latest…: Sam Mendes’ 1917 takes the worldwide crown this weekend with $56.4M. The Golden Globe Best Picture (Drama) winner from DreamWorks/Amblin/Universal was tops domestically and added $19.92M at the international box office from 30 Amblin and Universal markets. The global total through Sunday brings the estimated worldwide cume to $60.4M. The one-shot movie
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Sam Mendes’ Universal/Amblin WWI pic 1917 already is seeing a Golden Globes bounce from its surprise wins for Best Motion Picture – Drama and Director. Fandango reports a boost in advance sales this morning for 1917, selling five times more tickets than the film did a week ago for the Sunday-Monday overnight. Industry projections see the movie
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As the specialty box office enters 2020, but Uncut Gems continues to gain momentum for A24 as it had an incredible holdover from its third week expanding to 2,686 theaters and earning an estimated $7,826,928 for the weekend. The critically acclaimed Safdie Brothers crime thriller which stars Adam Sandler in what many are calling a career-defining
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The specialty box office space was hustling and bustling on the holiday weekend as moviegoers came out to theaters after unwrapping gifts, eating endless amounts of Christmas cookies or just wanting to take a desperate break from family fun time. A handful of limited releases performed strongly over the five-day Christmas weekend. Universal and DreamWorks
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Sam Mendes’ World War I drama 1917 is set to open in limited release this weekend. Moviegoers may be skeptical as they ask themselves, “Do we really need another World War I movie?” but with a certified fresh Rotten Tomatoes critics score of 93%, 1917 is proving to be a must-see film, awards season or otherwise. Co-written
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Christmas Eve Update: Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker took in $29.3M on Monday, -27% from Sunday for a 4-day + previews total of $206.7M. The film will remain undefeated with a second weekend in the $70M-$80M range, and the wide entries opening on Christmas Day won’t siphon off any grosses including Sony/Regency’s Little Women ($18M-$22M
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