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Horror once again took the box office this weekend, but with a twist. This scares this time came with a decidedly comedic feel as Tyler Perry’s farce BOO 2: A MADEA HALLOWEEN earned the number one spot with a solid $21.2 million. Distributor Lionsgate ruled the Halloween season for many years via the SAW series, […]

Trying to forecast box office results in 2017 has not been an easy task. If there are any blue chips genres left, it would be superhero films and horror movies, proving that younger audiences are still the deciding factor these days. In the wake of IT’s gargantuan success, horror came through again this weekend with […]

Christopher Nolan’s technically magnificent WWII feature DUNKIRK held on to the top spot for a second weekend, one of the lightest in memory in terms of attendance. The Warner Brothers release added another $28.1 million, which was enough to best Sony Animation’s THE EMOJI MOVIE. Burdened with some of the most vehemently negative reviews in […]

While Christopher Nolan has a solid track record of hits, that was no guarantee that DUNKIRK would also score. Based on an event far more celebrated in England than America, and offering no marquee stars, the $150 million production could have turned out to be an expensive bust. However, the film scored a solid $50.5 […]

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