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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

The fall season is on us, and boy do the movies at the top this weekend reflect it. The Perfect Guy took the top spot in its opening weekend with $26.7M off of a $12M budget. There is a lot of competition coming at it next weekend, however, so don’t expect it to last. M.… read more

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I don’t think anyone expected a faith-based film with no ad budget to speak of to win the weekend. War Room took the top spot this weekend with $9.35M and just 1,526 screens. The screen count actually increased by 391 this week, and there is still hardly anything being spent on marketing. The film now… read more

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It was the quietest weekend at the box office so far this year, and it showed. Straight Outta compton took the crown for a third weekend with $13.24M and a new total of $134.12M off of its $28M budget. This makes it the highest grossing musical biopic ever. How long until they try to figure… read more

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Hollywood is going out with a distinct whimper it seems as the summer of 2015 comes to a close. Straight Outta Compton didn’t even break a sweat this weekend to take the number one spot again. It took in $26.76M, a fall of 55.5 percent over its opening weekend, but well within expectations following its… read more

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Universal continued its phenomenal year with yet another win this weekend. Straight Outta Compton took the top spot this weekend with a very healthy $56M off of a $28M budget. This is the best opening ever for a musical biopic, and just about unheard of for a drama during the summer. It’ll be interesting to… read more

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Sometimes you can just tell from day one a film is going to flop, and sure enough it did. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation won its second weekend with a decent drop off of 47 percent to take in $29.4M this weekend and a new domestic total of $108.65M. Globally it stands at $265.35M. Josh… read more

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Folks, could someone please explain to me why these Mission: Impossible films do so well? I have a confession… I haven’t seen any of the Mission: Impossible films. I never will. My hatred of Tom Cruise won’t allow me. That being said, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation took in $56 million in its opening weekend.… read more

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Marvel may be discovering that not all of its characters are created equal. Ant-Man came in first this week, but it’s the weakest Marvel movie in some time. It took in $24.76 million for a new domestic total of $106 million, and globally it sits at $226.47 million off of its $130 million dollar budget.… read more

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