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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Remember last week’s box office report? This may seem familiar. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $16.14M. It now sits at $140.85M domestic and $258.15M globally. The Grinch took second this weekend with $15.17M for a new domestic total of $223.46M and a new global total of $322.36M off of… read more

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It was an extremely quiet weekend at the box office. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $25.75M. It now sits at $119.29M domestic and $206.99M globally. The Grinch took second this weekend with $17.73M for a new domestic total of $203.5M and a new global total of $268.3M off of… read more

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A new number one probably means Disney released a film. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $55.67M. Combined with its holiday numbers the film already sits at $84.47M domestic and $125.97M globally. Creed II opened in second place with $35.29M. Combined with its holiday numbers the film already sits at… read more

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It looks as though the Wizarding World still has some magic in it. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald took first place this weekend with $62.2M in the U.S. and $191M overseas for a global haul of $253.2M off of a $200M budget. Second place this week went to The Grinch with $38.16M for a… read more

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It looks as though the Grinch is stealing more than Christmas this year. First place this week went to The Grinch with $66M off of a $75M budget. Not a bad start at all. Bohemian Rhapsody took second place this weekend with $30.85M for a new domestic total of $100M. Globally it sits at $285.27M… 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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