Articles tagged box office

‘Jurassic World’ Opening: How Does It Compare With Other Smashes?

Jurassic World is undeniably a massive hit, notching $208.8 million for the biggest domestic opening-weekend performance of all time.

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6 Jun 2011 // 5:27 AM

‘X-Men’ drives box-office boost

LOS ANGELES — After a record number of movie tickets were sold over the Memorial Day holiday, it appears audiences are back in the moviegoing habit.

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2 May 2011 // 7:30 AM

‘Fast Five’ burns rubber at box office

LOS ANGELES — “Fast Five” ran over the competition at the box office this weekend, shifting ticket sales into high gear for the first time this

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Screen World Volume 60: The Films of 2008 by Barry Monush

Screen World remains the go-to reference book for people in the film industry as well as film critics and fans.

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5 Aug 2008 // 4:09 AM

LOS ANGELES - “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” was unable to topple “The Dark Knight” at the domestic box office, but the “Mummy”

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‘Sex and City’ beats ‘Indy’ for top box-office draw

LOS ANGELES - Never underestimate the power of women - and a good strong Cosmopolitan. “Sex and the City” fans turned out in droves over

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19 Mar 2007 // 5:00 AM

‘300’ is a number that adds up

A lot of people were surprised. I wasn’t surprised. I knew all along that “300” would be a monster hit, and that $70 million opening weekend

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13 Mar 2007 // 3:00 AM

Opening haul by ‘300’ is a stunner

Right now, the title “300” refers to the number of sword-slingin’, codpiece-sportin’ Spartans who fought a behemoth horde of Persian invaders in the famous fifth century

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12 Mar 2007 // 3:53 AM

The bloody, ultraviolent movie “300,” the latest in a string of action-packed comic book adaptations, raked in a staggering $70 million this weekend - the biggest March

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'True Detective': Maybe Tomorrow

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"True Detective, Season 2, Episode 3: Where does the kitsch end and the surreal begin?

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