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I don’t think anyone saw the success of Deadpool coming, especially to these numbers. Deadpool took the top spot again for a third weekend with $31.5M. It now stands at $285.63M domestically, and $324.16M foreign for a global total of $609.8M off of a $58M budget. I wonder how fast Fox is trying to get… read more

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The Merc with a Mouth is having a very good run at the box office. Deadpool came in first again this weekend with $55M to bring its domestic total to $235.39 making it the highest grossing X-Men related film in the U.S. Let that sink in for a second. Globally it stands at $491.89M off of… read more

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It seems people are ready for comic book movies to go in new directions. Projections for the opening weekend of Deadpool were good, but no one was pegging $135M and setting records. Made for $58M this is already well into profit and a sequel is already in the works. Add in the foreign haul and… read more

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January is a harsh month at the box office, and it seems even crueler than usual this year. Kung Fu Panda 3 came out on top this weekend with $21M, a drop of 49.1 percent from its opening. It now stands at $69M domestically and $151.2M globally. Hail, Caesar! opened in second place with $11.44M… read more

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January can be a cruel month at the box office. Kung Fu Panda 3 came out on top this weekend with $41M, but that was behind the opening of Kung Fu Panda 2 in 2011 which took in $46M. Combined with its foreign haul it already stands at $116.74M globally. Second place went to The… read more

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Winter storm Jonas shut down loads of screen along the East coast this weekend, and the box office numbers reflect that. The Revenant popped up to first place this weekend taking in $16M to bring its domestic total up to $119.19M off of a $135M budget. Star Wars: The Force Awakens chugged into second place… read more

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Welcome to the first of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2016. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2016. And as usual, I will be breaking it down by quarters and then an overall review. Tuesday- 1st Quarter (January, February, March)… read more

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Welcome to the fourth 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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