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.
The Accountant took the top spot at the box office while Kevin Hart had the highest opening ever for a stand up concert film and Max Steel had one of the all time worst openings ever.
The Girl on the Train took the top spot at the box office but it didn’t quite reach the monetary or critical heights of the similar Gone Girl while most of the other new releases performed below expectations.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children took the top spot at the box office but it opened about the same as Dark Shadows while Masterminds had one of the worst openings for a 3,000+ theater opening and Deepwater Horizon was below the last Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg collaboration.
Sully held off the competition for another weekend at the box office, bringing in another $22 million and bringing it’s two week total to $70.5 million. It’s currently Clint Eastwood’s 8th best performing movie and is about $20 million ahead of where Captain Phillips was during the same time period and about $40 million ahead […]
Despite an almost 70% drop off from last week, Suicide Squad remained on top of the box office while Sausage Party had a stronger than expected opening.
The Secret Life of Pets managed to hold off the new competition from Ghostbusters to stay on the top of the box office for the second weekend in a row while Finding Dory became the highest grossing animated film of all time.
Finding Dory set records with the best animated film opening of all time while Central Intelligence had a solid debut and Warcraft continues to dominate overseas while bombing in the US.
X-Men: Apocalypse took the top spot at the box office but it was one of the weaker openings for the X franchise while Alice Through the Looking Glass had a worse opening that recent Disney bombs The Lone Ranger and Tomorrowland.
Civil War easily dominated the box office this past weekend, bringing the MCU’s total box office to over $10 billion while Money Monster and The Darkness had fairly so-so debuts.