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Another weekend, another surprise win at the box office. In a surprise win this weekend, Split took in $40.1M this weekend off of a $10M budget. Perhaps M. Night Shyamalan is getting some of his mojo back. xXx: The Return of Xander Cage has proven it is no Fast & Furious with a $20M haul to land… read more

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After a surprise upset weekend, we have a new winner at the box office. Last week the projections had Hidden Figures in second, but when the actuals came out it had won the weekend. It copied that success this weekend with $20.45M for a new domestic total of $54.8M off of a $25M budget. La… read more

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It was a very tight race, but Star Wars appears to have come out on top for a fourth weekend. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story scored a fourth win at the box office this weekend with $21.97M for a new domestic total in the U.S. of $477.27M and a global haul of $914.37M off of a… read more

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To no one’s surprise, Star Wars is still king. R0gue One: A Star Wars Story scored a third win at the box office this weekend with $49.53M for a new domestic total in the U.S. of $424.91M and a global haul of $737.37M off of a $200M budget. Second place went to animated film Sing which took… read more

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There is just no stopping Disney this year. R0gue One: A Star Wars Story scored a second win at the box office this weekend with $127.9M for a new domestic total in the U.S. of $348M and a global haul of $523M off of a $200M budget. Second place went to animated film Sing which took… read more

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There is just no stopping Disney this year. R0gue One: A Star Wars Story scored a win at the box office this weekend with the second biggest December opening ever. It took in $155M in the U.S. and $135.5M foreign for a global haul of $290.5M off of a $200M budget. Moana is the latest… 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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