Box Office: ‘Jigsaw’ to Cut Into $20 Million as Matt Damon’s ‘Suburbicon’ Bombs

October 27, 2017 / 0 comments

“Jigsaw” is winning a domestic box bureau on a pre-Halloween weekend with about $20 million, though Matt Damon’s “Suburbicon” and Miles Teller’s “Thank You for Your Service” are bombing, early estimates showed Friday. “Jigaw,” a eighth installment in Lionsgate’s “Saw” franchise, is behaving in line with expectations, that had ranged from $18 million to $22…

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Box Office: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Launches To Mighty $13M Overseas Debut

October 26, 2017 / 0 comments

Disney and Entertainment Weekly Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in ‘Thor: Ragonock.’ And a initial pieces of abroad box bureau are in for a holiday season’s initial large movie. While Walt Disney’s Thor: Ragnarok opens in North America a week from tonight, it began a delayed abroad roll-out on Tuesday. The film non-stop in…

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Box Office: ‘Jigsaw’ to Piece Together $20 Million Opening – Variety

October 26, 2017 / 0 comments

For a second weekend in a row, a Lionsgate fear pretension is providing a splendid mark to an differently downbeat weekend during a North American box office. “Jigsaw,” a eighth installment in a “Saw” franchise, is approaching to take in an estimated $18 million to $22 million during about 2,800 locations. Lionsgate’s second weekend of…

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Box Office: ‘Jigsaw’ to Piece Together $20 Million Opening

October 25, 2017 / 0 comments

For a second weekend in a row, a Lionsgate fear pretension is providing a splendid mark to an differently downbeat weekend during a North American box office. “Jigsaw,” a eighth installment in a “Saw” franchise, is approaching to take in about $18 million to $22 million during about 2,800 locations. Lionsgate’s second weekend of a…

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Regal Blames “Challenging Box Office Environment” For Q3 …

October 24, 2017 / 0 comments

Major exhibitor Regal Entertainment Group blamed a “challenging box office environment” in a third entertain for a 74% thrust in earnings per share to 7 cents in a period, compared with 27 cents in a same duration in 2016. Revenue also slumped 12% to $716 million compared with $811.5 million a year ago for a entertain…

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Box Office: ‘Kingsman’ Is A Textbook Case For Successful Sequels

October 24, 2017 / 0 comments

Credit: Giles Keyte – © TM © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. It’s no tip that this Friday sees a recover of dual large cinema in China that both need something of an abroad rescue. To wit, Sony will be opening Blade Runner 2049 in Japan and China on Sunday for what can usually…

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Weekend Box Office: It’s Madea’s world, we’re all only removing slapped upside a conduct in it

October 23, 2017 / 0 comments

Photo: Lionsgate Eight films in (11 if we count cameos and an charcterised film from a integrate years ago), a Madea array is still slapping a foe upside a foolish, back-talking head. Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween, a fast recognised supplement to final year’s seasonally (un)scary variation, surfaced a box bureau with a healthy $21.6…

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Box Office: ‘It’ Tops $650M, ‘Blade Runner’ Near $200M, ‘Kingsman’ Nabs $40M China Debut

October 22, 2017 / 0 comments

Photo by Stephen Vaughan – © 2017 Alcon Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Harrison Ford in ‘Blade Runner 2049’ In weekend holdover news, Universal/Comcast Corp.’s Happy Death Day took a tough dump in a second weekend. The desirable small chiller warranted $9.375 million, a dump of 64%, to give it a $40.684m ten-day total. That’s excellent and…

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Box Office: ‘Happy Death Day’ Drops 74%, Jackie Chan’s ‘The Foreigner’ Falls 66%

October 22, 2017 / 0 comments

Christopher Raphael/Courtesy of STXfilms Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan in ‘The Foreigner’ The news wasn’t most improved for comparison cinema than it was for newbies, as a inundate of underwhelming new releases still sucked adult screens and media time to a wreckage of holdovers. Universal/Comcast Corp.’s Happy Death Day took a rather intolerable dump on Friday,…

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Box Office: Tyler Perry’s ‘Boo 2!’ Tops Friday As ‘Geostorm’ And ‘Snowman’ Flop

October 21, 2017 / 0 comments

Lionsgate ‘Boo 2!: A Madea Halloween’ This was an ugly, nauseous Friday for new releases, both per (alleged) peculiarity and box bureau strength. After final weekend’s run of 4 good-to-great far-reaching recover titles (Happy Death Day, The Foreigner, Marshall and Professor Marston and a Wonder Women), this weekend sees 5 new wide-ish releases, usually one of that is…

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