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Despite numerous production problems, audiences still showed up. Bohemian Rhapsody won the weekend with $50M and globally sits at $141.7M off of a $52M budget. Second place went to the opening weekend of The Nutcracker and the Four Realms with $20M. With its foreign haul it sits at $58.5M off of an unknown budget. Nobody’s… read more

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It seems there is still some life to Michael. Halloween took in $32.04M in the U.S. to score a second weekend at the box office. It’s domestic total now stands at $126.69M and globally it has hit $172.29M off of a $10M budget. Second place went to A Star is Born with $14.14M, bringing its… read more

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It seems there is still some life to Michael. Halloween took in a staggering $77.5M in the U.S. and a further $14.3M at the foreign markets for $91.8M off of a $10M budget. Rumor is that talks had begun even before this film was out, so expect it to be happening for sure now. Second… read more

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Probably time to get ready for a bunch of Spider-Man spinoff films. Venom took first place this weekend with $35.7M, dropping 55.5 percent. Domestically it has hit $142.8M and globally it already sits at $378.10M off of a $100M budget. Second place went to A Star is Born with $28M in the U.S, a drop… read more

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It was a big weekend at the box office by any measure. Venom took first place this weekend with $80M, coming in well over estimates. Globally it already sits at $205.23M off of a $100M budget. Second place went to A Star is Born with $41.25M in the U.S. Globally it sits at $56.6M. Smallfoot… read more

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The fall season is swing, and that means you aren’t ever quite sure what will win the weekend. First place went to Night School with $28M off of a $29M budget. Smallfoot opened in second place with $23M domestically and $15.6M foreign for a total of $38.62M. Third place this weekend went to The House… read more

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We’ve taken a look at each of the films of the 4th quarter of 2018, but how is each month going to break down? Who will we be singing the praises of, and which films will be leading to studio executives packing up their offices? Lets take a look. October October 5 A Star is… read more

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Welcome to the last part of an analysis of every major film release of 2018. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2018. And as usual, I will be breaking it down by quarters and then an overall review. I prefer the new method of doing these… read more

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