22
Mar
Captain Marvel Still Number One! In its second weekend in cinemas, Captain Marvel once again dominated the box office, says the Box Office Mojo. Written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (who already collaborated on indie dramas like Half Nelson and Sugar), Disney and Marvel's latest superhero blockbuster grossed almost $68 million domestically, bringing its worldwide total up to $750 million. Far, far...
15
Mar
Captain Marvel Destroys the Box Office!  This weekend saw Captain Marvel punching its way into cinemas, conquering the box office with ease. According to the Box Office Mojo, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster earned $153 million in its opening weekend. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel tells an origin story of its titular superhero, played by Brie Larson (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World). The...
It's Dragons vs. Madea in Cinemas Near You!  How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World successfully repeated last weekend's success, says the Box Office Mojo. For the second week in a row, this CGI-animated family film held firmly onto the first place of the weekend box office by collecting a bit over $30 million. It was closely followed by Tyler Perry's Madea Family Funeral...
22
Feb
Alita: Battle Angel Beats the Box Office After a single week, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part was unseated from the top of the box office, says Box Office Mojo. Instead, the weekend was dominated by Alita: Battle Angel, a big budget adaptation of a 1990 Japanese cyberpunk manga by Yukito Kishiro. Directed by Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) and co-written by James Cameron (Avatar),...
15
Feb
LEGO Shatters Glass! The LEGO Movie 2:The Second Part came out last week and instantly captured the first place by grossing $34,1 million, says the Box Office Mojo. This CGI-animated film follows the rookie Master Builder Emmet Brickowski (voiced by Chris Pratt - Jurassic World) as he travels across the universe to rescue his abducted friends. Written and produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller...
Glass Remains Unbroken For three weeks now, Glass has maintained the first place at the weekend box office. This was helped by what Box Office Mojo expects to be the worst Super Bowl weekend in cinemas since 2000. M. Night Shyamalan's superhero thriller earned about $9,5 million, bringing its gross up to $88,6 million. Likewise, for the third weekend in a row, Upside remained in...
Glass Remains Unbreakable, Refuses to Split M. Night Shyamalan's superhero thriller Glass remained in the first place of the weekend box office with $18.9 million, according to the Box Office Mojo. The third installment in Shyamalan's trilogy of low-key superhero movies that began back in 2000 with Unbreakable, Glass' total earnings is now over $73.4 million. Not too shabby for a $20 million film! In...
25
Jan
Glass Fills Up at the Box Office In its opening weekend, M. Night Shyamalan's Glass earned $46,5 million, securing the first place at the box office, reports the Box Office Mojo. Shyamalan's mid-budget superhero drama was met with mixed reviews - hardly unusual for the filmmaker who produced both The Sixth Sense (1999) and The Happening (2008). Alongside Unbreakable and Split, Glass forms a loose...
18
Jan
The Upside Goes Straight to the Top It seems that the King of the Seven Seas just got dethroned... by a mid-budget feelgood drama, no less. The Upside is an American remake of the 2011 French film The Intouchables about a quadriplegic billionaire who can only be cheered up by the magic of the impoverished people. This comedy-drama features Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Kevin Hart...