The Nun

The fall season is swing, and that means you aren’t ever quite sure what will win the weekend. First place went to Night School with $28M off of a $29M budget. Smallfoot opened in second place with $23M domestically and $15.6M foreign for a total of $38.62M. Third place this weekend went to The House… read more

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Things changed significantly this weekend, and not in a good way. First place this weekend went to The House With a Clock in its Walls with $26.85M off of a $42M budget. A Simple Favor had a healthy hold dropping 35 percent and taking in $10.4M. Domestically it has hit $32.56M and $10M foreign for… read more

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Just because you win your opening weekend doesn’t mean a whole lot. The Predator came in first this week with $24M domestically and $30.72M foreign for a global total of $54.72M off of an $88M budget. This is almost exactly the same as Predators which went on to gross $127.23M globally off of a $40M… read more

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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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We’ve taken a look at each of the films of the 2nd quarter of 2018, but how is each month going to break down? Who will we be singing the praises of, and which films will be leading to studio executives packing up their offices? Lets take a look. July July 4 The First Purge… 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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