As expected, Gravity won top honors at the box office this weekend — and in record-breaking fashion.
Flint Lockwood and company won hearts this weekend, as Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 grossed some $35 million to take top prize.
The sequel to Sony’s 2009 release beat out Prisoners ($11.3 million) and Rush ($10 million) for top spot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The man who can see in the dark is a box office winner.
Riddick, the third installment of The Chronicles of Riddick film franchise, grossed some $18.7 million this weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Lee Daniels’ The Butler and the Spanish-language comedy Instructions Not Included finished in the top three…
As expected, Matt Damon and Elysium topped the weekend box office, raking in some $30.5 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Wolverine moved to second place with $21.7 million.
In third place was The Smurfs 2, which took in $18.2 million, bringing its five-day total to $27.3 million, according to The Hollywood…
We’re going to skip the puns (like “claw,” “slice” and “slash”) and get to the point: Wolverine won the weekend box office.
It wasn’t great, with $55 million domestically (for comparison, X-Men Origins: Wolverine opened to the tune of $85.1 million four years ago), but Hugh Jackman’s latest superhero flick made enough to…
The James Wan-directed picture grossed some $41.5 million to win the weekend box office, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Last weekend’s topper, Despicable Me 2, fell to second place…
Sorry zombies, those cute monsters from Disney and Pixar took top honors at the box office this weekend.
Monsters University, the sequel to the beloved 2001 animated flick Monsters Inc, grossed some $82 million domestically, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Henry Cavill and his superhero charms won the box office this weekend, as Man of Steel grossed some $113.1 million in ticket sales. This brings the film’s four-day total to $125.1 million, thanks to special Thursday night Walmart screenings, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The feat makes director Zack Snyder’s reboot the best…
Jay Gatsby and company couldn’t catch up to Tony Stark’s box office party this weekend, as Iron Man 3 sailed to the top for the second weekend in a row.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Marvel blockbuster grossed another $72.5 million in North America, bringing its worldwide total to $950 million.
America, you loved muscles this weekend.
The Michael Bay action film, based on the true story about a group of Miami bodybuilders and their…