The minions seized the box office as ‘Despicable Me 2’ charmed family audiences, while ‘The Lone Ranger’s audiences were pretty… well, lonely.
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‘Monsters University’ won its 2nd consecutive weekend, but ‘The Heat’ was the weekend’s real champion over ‘White House Down’s shockingly minor debut.
‘Monsters University’ passed the weekend with flying colors at the box office while ‘World War Z’ followed at a fast sprint.
Dads bonded with their sons, biological or adopted alien, over Zack Snyder’s ‘Man of Steel’, which set a colossal June opening record at the box office!
‘The Purge’ slaughtered its box office competition while ‘The Internship’ struggled to meet Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson’s quota.
Vehicular warfare prevailed over drunken hijinks as ‘Fast & Furious 6’ won Memorial Day weekend over a flaccid ‘The Hangover: Part III’.
‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ set phasers for the number one spot, but didn’t quite open as spectacularly as its predecessor.
Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ followed the green light to a glamorous opening against ‘Iron Man 3’s superhero supremacy!
‘Iron Man 3’ soared in at number one, managing the second highest opening weekend gross of all time with $175 million.
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‘Oblivion’ brings Tom Cruise back to the top of the box office, but can that redeem his waning movie star status?
’42’ played audiences for a home run this weekend, while ‘Scary Movie 5’ played it’s moviegoers for suckers.
‘Evil Dead’ and ‘Jurassic Park 3D’ gave this weekend’s box office a welcome blast from the past.
Male oriented actioner “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” prevailed over the Easter frame, while “The Croods” held their ground and “The Host” floundered.
Thanks more to the ongoing success of older releases than newer ones, Box Office Records were shattered this Thanksgiving Weekend.
James Bond’s rousing return in ‘Skyfall’ brings the franchise its highest grossing and most promising debut.
The third ‘Paranormal Sequel’ underperforms in the box office, despite it nabbing the top spot.
Not even Oscar heavyweight ‘Argo’ could take down Liam Neeson this weekend.
With the record breaking-debut of his latest animated film, Adam Sandler is back on top. Joseph Gordon-Levitt also proves he can carry a movie on his own.
Two new films share the week’s top spot, while ‘The Master’ thrives in its expanded release.