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Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

There are sure to be some happy executives at Universal this week. Pitch Perfect 2 not only won the weekend, but it smashed pretty much every estimate. Early numbers had it looking at a weekend in the $40 million range and instead it took in $70.3 million, which is more than the entire theatrical run… read more

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Lets keep the cheering down to a minimum for the second Avengers film. Avengers: Age of Ultron took in a hefty $77.2 million this weekend to bring its domestic total to $312.5 million off of its $250 million dollar budget. The problem is it’s a full $60 million behind the first film at this point… read more

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Although it may have won the weekend, it did miss some goals. Avengers: Age of Ultron won the weekend with $187.65 million, missing the predictions by about 10 percent. The film took a much bigger hit than expected on Saturday evening due to the big pay-per-view boxing match. Globally it stands at $626 million off… read more

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For a fourth weekend nothing can stand in the way of the Fast & Furious series. Furious 7 scored another win with $18.2 million this weekend to bring its domestic total to $320.5 million and its global haul to $1.322 billion. Is there any stopping this series? With an astounding 4% score on Rotten Tomatoes, Paul… read more

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For a third weekend nothing can stand in the way of the Fast & Furious series. Furious 7 scored another win with $29 million this weekend to bring its domestic total to $294.4 million and its global haul to $1.15 billion. Is there any stopping this series? With an astounding 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes,… read more

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Get out of the way, folks, the Fast & Furious series is clearly not going anywhere for some time. Furious 7 won the weekend with $60.5 million, a 58.8 percent decline from its opening weekend, but better than analysts expected. It also puts it at $252.5 million domestic, the highest gross in the U.S. for… read more

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There was a time that many said – myself included – that 2015 would be the year box office numbers blew through the roof. What happened? As the studios announced their schedule for 2015 a few years ago, it looked as though the upcoming new year would buckle under the weight of so many awesome movies.… 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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