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Horror films just can’t seem to lose at the box office the past several years. First place this weekend went to The Nun with the biggest opening of The Conjuring series with $53.5M. Globally it sits at $131M off of a $22M budget. This series isn’t going anywhere soon. Crazy Rich Asians came in second… read more

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Studio executives are going to be scratching their heads for weeks. Crazy Rich Asians took the top spot at the box office for the third week. It took in $22.23M, a drop of only 10.4 percent from its second weekend, which was already amazing. Domestically it now sits at $110.96M and globally is at $130.86M… read more

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There was a heck of a hold at the box office this weekend. Crazy Rich Asians took the top spot at the box office for a second week. It took in $25M, a drop of only 5.7 percent from its opening weekend. Domestically it now sits at $76.8M and globally is at $83.91M off of… read more

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The summer box office is closing out in some unexpected ways. Crazy Rich Asians took the top spot at the box office. It took in $25.23M this weekend, but due to its early opening during the week it now sits at $34M domestically off of a $30M budget. Second place went to The Meg with… read more

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Something went horribly wrong at the box office this week… a sequel wasn’t the top film. First place went to The Meg with $44.5M domestically and globally has hit $141.5M off of a $130M budget. I’m still not sure what they were thinking with that budget, but we’ll see where this goes. Mission: Impossible –… read more

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Yet another sequel scored the top spot this weekend. Who needs originality? (Yes, I said the same thing four weeks now…) Mission: Impossible – Fallout took the top spot this weekend with $35M, dropping 42.8 percent from its opening weekend. Domestically it now sits at $124.48M and globally it has hit $329.48M off of a… read more

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Welcome to the third of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2018. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2018. And as usual, I will be breaking it down by quarters and then an overall review. I prefer the new method of… read more

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