(WARNER BROS) – After shattering September records, last week in it’s debut, “It”, a horror film based on the Stephen King novel of the the same name topped the North American box office for the weekend ending September 17. The movie brought in $60 million in weekend gross brining its total gross up to some $219 million. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS) – The film adaptation of the Stephen King novel “It” broke box office records during its opening weekend making an impressive $117.2 million at the North American box office, blowing away early expectations. The film broke the record for the largest September opening set by “hotel Transylvania 2” in 2015. The horror film’s global debut is expected to gross $179 million dollars. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS.) – Warner Bros.’ horror film “Annabelle: Creation”, a prequel to the 2014 ‘Annabelle’ and the latest in the Conjuring film series, made a $35 million debut to top the weekend box office in North America. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS.) – Christopher Nolan’s WW2 drama ‘Dunkirk’ is projected to bring in another $28.3 million to top the North American box office for a second weekend. The film has already earned $50.5 million, according to boxofficemojo.com.
Warner Bros.’ “Kong:Skull Island” delivers a punch at the U.S. box office, landing at top spot in its opening weekend.
New trailer for Warner Bros. superhero movie ‘Wonder Woman’ released. Continue reading
The Will Smith movie “Focus” is set to top the North American weekend box office, racking up $19.1 million in ticket sales.
Film adaptation of bestselling erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” wins the weekend box office.