How to Train Your Dragon remained on top for the second weekend in a row, fending off the potential final film in the Madea franchise, while Green Book jumped back into the top 5 in a massive post-Oscars boost.
March gets off to a slightly weird start with a Chloe Grace Moretz thriller and what is possibly the final appearance of Madea in A Madea Family Funeral.
Disney dominates March with both the first MCU movie of 2019, Captain Marvel, and a new Dumbo, Jordan Peele is back with a new horror movie, Us, and more.
Bohemian Rhapsody took the top spot the box office with the second highest opening ever for a musical biopic while The Nutcracker and Nobody’s Fool came in on the low end of expectations.
November kicks off with a biopic about Freddie Mercury and Queen, the latest from Tyler Perry and Disney’s take on The Nutcracker.
The latest from Steven Spielberg and Tyler Perry arrive in theaters for this Easter weekend along with the third entry in the God’s Not Dead franchise.
Topping Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnorak became the 7th highest opening MCU movie ever and set a new November record in China as well while A Bad Moms Christmas tried to counter-program and Jigsaw and Boo 2! both suffered in the first post-Halloween weekend.
A weird mix of movies out this weekend including a based on a true story drama, an over the top disaster movie, a serial killer thriller and a new wacky Madea movie.
Madea is back for another spooky adventures with Boo 2! A Madea Halloween which finds the sassy character at a haunted campground with her friends as they face monsters, goblins and apparently even Death itself.
Boo! A Madea Halloween had the best opening for the Madea series and the fourth best opening for Tyler Perry overall while Keeping Up with the Joneses is the second disaster in a row for Zach Galifinakis and Ouija: Origin of Evil couldn’t top it’s predecessor.