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Friday Box Office: OZ grosses $11.4 million over THE CALL as BURT WONDERSTONE opens in third Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful continued well on its second Friday, grossing $11.4 million, as it heads to a $40 million weekend cume.

James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis star in the Sam Raimi film which now has a domestic total past $114.2 million, and overseas total of $69.9 million.

Sony's The Call starring Halle Berry... continue reading

Upcoming Movies This Weekend: BURT WONDERSTONE meets a greater wizard in OZ. THE CALL, SPRING BREAKERS open This weekend, Warner Bros.' The Incredible Burt Wonderstone will fall under the spell of current box office sensation Oz the Great and Powerful. Despite opening in a decent 3,160 theaters, and holding a strong, well known cast of Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi, Jim Carrey, Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin and James Gandolfini, the New Line film will need some real magic to cross the $20... continue reading

OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL earns third biggest March opening ever to top weekend box office Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful adventure directed by Sam Raimi, earned a magical $80.27 million and $69.9 million overseas to top the box office this weekend. The James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis and Zach Braff starrer is the third biggest March opener in history behind Lionsgate's The Hunger Games massive $152.5 million, and Disney's Alice in... continue reading

Weekend Box Office: JACK THE GIANT SLAYER tops charts unimpressively Warner Bros. Pictures Jack the Giant Slayer directed by Bryan Singer, topped the box office this weekend with $28 million, averaging with a gargantuan $7,946 from 3,525 theaters. That's bad news for a film which has a massive $195 million production budget to cover. The film starring Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane and Bill Nighy,... continue reading

Friday Box Office: JACK not exactly a GIANT box office SLAYER Identity Thief is the biggest landmark in this stale group as film passes $100 million mark

Warner Bros. Pictures' Jack the Giant Slayer topped the Friday box office charts with a measly $7.7 million and heads to an estimated $24 million weekend total. According to Box Office Mojo, that's worse off than John Carter was, $2.1 million worse off.

The... continue reading

This Weekend - JACK THE GIANT SLAYER opens with LAST EXORCISM 2, 21 AND OVER, PHANTOM and STOKER This weekend offers up a buffet of films in various genres, with Jack the Giant Slayer taking aim at the spot from 3,525 theaters for Warner Bros. Pictures. The fantasy adventure brings back X-Men helmer Bryan Singer, directing from the script by Jack Reacher's Christopher McQuarrie as well as Dan Studney and Darren Lemke. We weren't impressed with the film, slapping it with a... continue reading

Highest Grossing Best Picture Nominees! So, interested in knowing which Academy Award-nominated film in terms of Best Picture made the highest gross this year? DreamWorks and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures' Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, topped the chart with $178.6 million in first place.

Directed by Steven Spielberg, the film is being... continue reading

IDENTITY THIEF denies SNITCH top spot at weekend box office Universal's Identity Thief comedy starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy dropped Snitch from Friday's top spot to win the weekend box office with $14 million vs. Snitch's $13 million. The comedy had opened in first place, then dropped to second over President's Day weekend, and now came back over a week Oscar weekend frame.

Seth Gordon's Identity Thief has... continue reading

Snitch Steals Friday Top Spot from Thief

Summit Entertainment's Snitch topped the Friday box office narrowly ousting Universal's Identity Thief in second. The Ric Roman Waugh crime action/thriller starring Dwayne Johnson on its debut weekend, grossed $4.14 million and heads towards around $11.5-12.5 million come Sunday estimates time.

Identity Thief... continue reading

In Theaters This Weekend: DARK SKIES opens with SNITCH Universal's Identity Thief could top the charts this Oscar weekend over newcomers Dark Skies and Snitch, the only two wide openers in a slow, final February weekend.

Summit Entertainment's Snitch from director and vastly experienced stunt expert Ric Roman Waugh (Felon), opens in 2,511 theaters, with a cast frontlined by the ever-popular Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson,... continue reading

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Weekend Box Office:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
- $96,200,000.00
- Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Noah (2014)
2. Noah (2014)

- $17,000,000.00
- 20th Century Fox
Divergent (2014)
3. Divergent (2014)

- $13,000,000.00
- Summit Entertainment
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2013)
- $6,300,000.00
- Fox Searchlight Pictures
Muppets Most Wanted (2014)
6. Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

- $6,285,000.00
- Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Daily Box Office:

Noah (2014)
1. Noah (2014)

- $2,300,385.00
- 20th Century Fox
Divergent (2014)
2. Divergent (2014)

- $1,484,458.00
- Summit Entertainment
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2013)
- $695,100.00
- Fox Searchlight Pictures
Muppets Most Wanted (2014)
5. Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

- $641,902.00
- Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Mr. Peabody and Sherman (2013)
- $559,598.00
- DreamWorks
Sabotage (2014)
7. Sabotage (2014)

- $310,625.00
- Open Road Films
300: Rise of an Empire (2013)
- $285,407.00
- Warner Bros. Pictures
Need for Speed (2014)
9. Need for Speed (2014)

- $267,306.00
- Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Non-Stop (2014)
10. Non-Stop (2014)

- $251,500.00
- Universal Pictures
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