Inside Out

It may not have taken down a monster sized haul, but audiences didn’t totally reject a pint-sized hero. Ant-Man took first place this weekend, albeit slightly below the $60 million dollar projections. It took in $58 million off of a $130 million dollar budget. It took in another $56 million at the foreign box office… read more

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Who cares if they’re yellow and don’t speak a language anyone is fluent in, the Minions apparently rule. Minions, the third film in the Despicable Me franchise scored the largest opening day ever for an animated 3D film with $46.2 million and went on to an opening weekend of $115.2 million. Globally it has already… read more

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It appears that the dinosaurs actually did finally fall out of the top spot. When I and many other sites run the box office numbers on Monday mornings, we’re running off of the industry estimates. Sometime later in the day Monday we’ll get what are known as the “actuals,” but rarely is there any need… read more

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The dinosaurs are still the kings of the box office for a fourth week. Jurassic World took in $30.9 million this weekend for the top spot and is now over $558.1 million in the U.S. Globally it now stands at $1.38 billion, making it the fifth highest grossing film ever. Pixar’s Inside Out remained in second for… read more

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Apparently nothing can contain the dinosaurs. Jurassic World took in $54 million this weekend for the top spot and crossed the $500 million dollar mark in the U.S., making it only the fifth film to ever do so. Globally it now stands at $1.23 billion, making it the eighth highest grossing film ever. Pixar’s Inside… read more

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It seems that we just can’t get enough of CGI dinosaurs. Jurassic World won its second weekend with a very healthy 51.1 percent drop from its opening weekend to bring in another $102 million. It now stands at $398.2 million domestic and $981.3 million globally. Second place went to Pixar’s Inside Out which had the… read more

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Apparently some sequels still work no matter how bad the last one was. The Jurassic Park series has laid dormant for some time now thanks to the poor performance of the third film. Well, apparently folks were in a forgiving mood this weekend as Jurassic World took in $204.6 million at the domestic box office… read more

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Welcome to the second of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2015. Following up on last year’s product, I’m back with a look at the films of 2015. Something different I’m trying this year is you will first get the quarterly breakdowns, and then an overall post will be like a… read more

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2015 is setting itself up to be potentially the craziest year ever in films. As movie studios move more and more towards building franchises, we’re growing a more crowded marketplace for films. It appears that 2015 may be a taste of what is to come as new franchises attempt to launch alongside other already established… read more

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In 2015, Disney will account for half of the films released… give or take a couple. Geeks of Doom ran a post the other day that spelled something out for me that I hadn’t noticed: Disney is going to make a run at decimating the box office results in 2015. Here is just a partial… read more

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