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Disney takes yet another weekend at the top of the box office. It’s good to be Disney right now as The Last Jedi replaced another Disney film at the top of the box office. The latest film took in $220M domestic along with $230M foreign for a $450M total opening. You can see how the… read more

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Disney takes yet another weekend at the top of the box office. Holding on to first place was Pixar’s Coco with $18.3M for a new domestic total of $135.5M. Globally it sits at $307.76M. Justice League took second place with $9.59M for a new domestic total of $212M and a global total of $583.86M Third… read more

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Pixar looks to have another hit on its hands. Holding on to first place was Pixar’s Coco with $26.11M for a new domestic total of $108.68M. Globally it sits at $279.98M. Justice League took second place with $16.58M for a new domestic total of $197.33M and a global total of $567.43M Third place went to… read more

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Pixar looks to have another hit on its hands. Opening in first place was Pixar’s Coco with $49M, and a four day total of $71.19M. Globally it sits at $153.39M. Justice League took second place with $40.73M for a new domestic total of $171.54M and a global total of $481.34M Third place went to the… read more

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It may have won, but don’t quite claim victory yet. Justice League took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $96M coming in well under the estimates. Additionally, it was the lowest opening yet for a DCEU film. That’s okay, Warner Brothers, learn absolutely nothing. With its foreign haul of $185.5M it… read more

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Thor is still the god of the box office. First place went to Thor: Ragnarok this week with $56.6M domestically, for a drop of 53.9 percent. Combined with $438.5M overseas for a global total of $650M off of a $180M budget. It is already the top-grossing film of the Thor series. Daddy’s Home 2 opened… read more

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Welcome to the final part 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 they will… read more

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