The theme from 2012 will be records broken.
‘The Avengers’ officially has more money than Odin.
I will now admit that I am probably going to be wrong with my Summer movie predictions.
Nobody could stop Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, and Captain America once they join their forces into one.
The last weekend before Summer movie season officially begins was not particularly noteworthy in the U.S.
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘The Avengers’ will fight it out for the top spot at the Box Office this Summer.
‘Think Like a Man’ and ‘The Lucky One’ manage to top the Box Office this weekend.
A revisionist horror film and a dismal comedy are not enough to stop the ‘Hunger Games’ juggernaut.
The Spring, Summer, and Fall all offer huge blockbusters. How will ‘The Hunger Games’ stack up when the year comes to an end?
The big question of 2012 is will it be a ‘John Carter’ year or a ‘Hunger Games’ year?
The adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ widely popular book series has the third highest opening weekend of all-time.
Which of these movies will stand strong when ‘The Hunger Games’ opens next weekend?
The Box Office of 2012 starts off on a high, but weird note.
It was another quiet weekend at the Box Office as things prepare to jump into gear for Christmas.
‘Breaking Dawn’ breezes to the number one spot again in one of the lowest weekends of the year.
The weekend receipts reflect my disappointment with American movie audiences.
‘The Skin I Live In’ opens strong in limited release and the rest of the Box Office looks like a typical Fall weekend.
Overall numbers were down at this weekend’s Box Office.
There was life in the Box Office as four new releases land among the top five movies of the week.
Four new films land in the top ten this weekend and some perform better or worse than you might have expected.