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The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Apparently, people were ready for a dose of horror at the box office. It came in at the top of the box office for a second weekend with $60M. Domestically it sits at $218.71M, and with its foreign haul of $152.6M for a global total of $371.31M off of a $35M budget. Second place went… read more

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After two weeks of no real releases, the box office is struggling back to normalcy. It came in at the top of the box office with a huge opening of $117.15M off of a $35M budget. Second place went to Home Again with an opening weekend tally of $9M. The Hitman’s Bodyguard landed in third… read more

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It wasn’t quite as bad as some expected, but it was still the worst 3-day Labor Day weekend in 12 years. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is The Hitman’s Bodyguard with $10.25M, for a new $54.94M domestic take off of a $30M budget. Annabelle: Creation held on to second place… read more

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This ended up being the worst weekend for the box office in over 15 years. No one got out unscathed. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is The Hitman’s Bodyguard with $10M, a 52 percent drop from last weekend to now stand at $39.61M domestically off of a $30M budget. Annabelle:… read more

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Comedy seems to be what everyone was looking for this weekend. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is The Hitman’s Bodyguard with $21.6M off of a $29M budget. Annabelle: Creation dropped 55.7 percent to take in $15.5M for a new domestic total of $64M off of a $15M budget. Third place… read more

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Low budget horror films control the box office, and doesn’t look like it’s changing any time soon. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is Annabelle: Creation with a very tepid $35M off of a $15M budget. Dunkirk came in second with $11.4M. It now sits at $153.71M domestic and $363.71M globally… read more

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Welcome to the third of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2017. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2017. And as usual, I will be breaking it down by quarters and then an overall review. The change this year, however, is… read more

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