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Battle at the Box Office 8/28

The worst box office performance in over 15 years, The Hitman’s Bodyguard stayed on top for another week but the top 12 combined didn’t even make over $50 million.
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Battle at the Box Office 8/21

August 2017 continues to be one of the slowest months in recent memory but The Hitman’s Bodyguard managed to slightly outpace expectations and take the top spot at the box office over the weekend.
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Battle at the Box Office 8/14

With another slow weekend, Annabelle: Creation took the top spot at the box office, just slightly off from it’s predecessor, while the other new releases had mediocre debuts.
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Battle at the Box Office 8/7

The Dark Tower took the top spot at the box office but it was a fairly low opening during the slowest weekend of the entire summer.
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Battle at the Box Office 7/31

Dunkirk managed to hold off The Emoji Movie for another week on top of the charts while Atomic Blonde fell right between the two John Wick openings for its debut.
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Battle at the Box Office 7/24

Dunkirk took the top spot at the box office this weekend, giving Christopher Nolan the fourth best opening of his career between Inception and Batman Begins.
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Battle at the Box Office 7/10

Spider-Man: Homecoming had a gigantic opening weekend, with the 2nd best opening for a Spider-Man movie and the seventh best opening for the MCU at $117 million.
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Battle at the Box Office 7/3

Despicable Me 3 took the top spot at the box office but was down from the two prior movies in the series while Baby Driver outperformed expectations and The House bombed.
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Battle at the Box Office 6/26

Transformers: The Last Knight took the box office over the weekend but it was by far the lowest opening ever for the franchise domestically while Wonder Woman has become the highest grossing movie in the DCEU domestically.
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Battle at the Box Office 6/19

Cars 3 took the number one spot over the weekend, despite one of the lowest ever openings for Pixar, while Rough Night tanked and All Eyez On Me and 47 Meters Down were surprisingly strong in their debuts.
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