For the second year in a row, Easter weekend delivers big returns to a summer blockbuster-style release.
It finished at number two, but the numbers aren't great for the third chapter in this four-part series.
A Merc with a Mouth and a murderous mage double down on the box office surprises for the weekend of Feb. 19-21.
Biggest R-rated movie ever, biggest February release ever and -- oh! Biggest Deadpool movie ever, too!
The marital-arts/fantasy film that may or may not be China's highest-grossing movie of 2015 opens in U.S. theaters Friday.
The film seems to have a very good chance of passing the domestic weekend record of $208.8 million, set earlier this year by 'Jurassic World.'
LOS ANGELES -- James Bond and Charlie Brown couldn't be more different, but both have a license to print money at the box office. Spectre opened to a strong $73 million, while The Peanuts Movie did a brisk $45 million in a strong rebound weekend at N...
It took about a week for "The Interview" to make what it did in the first few days. Let's take a look at what that means.
They did it with a mixture of home runs ('X-Men: Days of Future Past'), doubles and triples ('The Fault in Our Stars,' 'The Maze Runner') and plenty of other solid hits (13 movies passed $100 million internationally).
Creatively, at the box office, the health of the business overall -- no matter how you look at it, 2014 was a down year.
Sony Pictures has announced early sales numbers for 'The Interview,' and it appears that debuting the film online has worked for the beleaguered studio.
"Alive and well" is not the message we're getting from a 23 percent drop as we head into the finales.
The film is expected to garner somewhere around $150 million in movie ticket sales this weekend — far more than any other film this year — largely because no one in Hollywood was brave enough to take it on.
Nothing short of an "Avatar"-sized result for "Guardians of the Galaxy" will save Hollywood's miserable summer at the box office. And that ain't happening.
X-Men: Days of Future Past just may pull off this weekend what no other movie could: Become the first film of summer to ring the $100 million bell.
Hollywood studios usually wait to see at least a full weekend of a given movie's box-office returns before approving sequels. But in the case of Divergent, Summit/Lionsgate is feeling pretty dauntless. After the movie gained an eye-popping $4.9 milli...
The bow and arrow defeated the magic wand as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire broke Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone's long-standing Thanksgiving box office record set in 2001 this weekend. Catching Fire raked in $110.1 million domestically over ...