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Spider-Man can still spin a web to catch all the money at the box office. Spider-Man: Homecoming beat the estimates and took in a very healthy $117M in its opening weekend domestically, the second best opening of the year. Coupled with its international haul of $140M it already stands at $257M globally off of a $175M budget.… read more

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No one can stop the Minions. Despicable Me 3 is still a formula that works apparently. The film took in $75.41M domestically and $116.9M  foreign for a $192.31M global haul off of a $80M budget. Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver opened solidly in second place with $21M off of a $34M budget. Transformers: The Last Knight… read more

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The Autobots appear to be running on fumes in the U.S. Transformers: The Last Knight won the box office this weekend, but it wasn’t pretty. It came in with $45.3M for the three-day total, and $69M for the five-day. That’s down from Transformers: Age of Extinction’s $120.9M five-day run. It did take in $196.2M overseas for… read more

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Pixar is back at the top of the box office. Cars 3 took the top spot at the box office with $53.54M and globally sits at $74.84M. Second place went to Wonder Woman with a healthy $40.77M for a new domestic total of $274.6M. Combined with its foreign numbers it now sits at $571.8M globally… read more

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The Amazonian princess can’t be dethroned. Wonder Woman walked away with the top spot this weekend with a healthy $57.18M for a new domestic total of $205M. Combined with its foreign numbers it now sits at $435.2M globally off of a $149M budget. Landing with a thud in second was The Mummy with $32.24M domestic… read more

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We’ve taken a look at each of the films of the 2nd quarter of 2017, 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, but overall it is a rather… read more

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Welcome to the second of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2017. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2017. And as usual, I will be breaking it down by quarters and then an overall review. The change this year, however, is… read more

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The Force is still strong with the Skywalker saga. The box office is winding down for 2016 and it’s time to start looking ahead to 2017 and what will be a hit. Fandango has released its annual list of the most anticipated films of the year, and while the top of the list isn’t much… read more

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