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  1. Summer Slows to a Crawl as 'Hitman's Bodyguard' and 'Logan Lucky' Debut
    The downward trend continues this weekend. Two new releases arrive in theaters and neither will debut with enough to even marginally turn the summer box office tide. In fact, we may be looking at the worst weekend at the box office this year with a top twelve that could struggle to generate a combined $80 million. As for the new releases, Lionsgate's release of The Hitman's Bodyguard will do what it can to challenge Annabelle: Creation for the weekend's top spot while Bleecker Street's rel...
  2. 'Annabelle' Sequel Shines as Summer 2017 Box Office Continues to Fade
    It's a great weekend for Warner Bros. which saw Annabelle: Creation, the latest installment in the Conjuring franchise, top the box office with $35 million while Dunkirk topped $150 million domestically. However, fellow new releases struggled to give the box office much of a jolt as the top twelve brought in a combined $103.8 million, down 6% compared to last weekend and the fourth lowest weekend of 2017. Overall, the summer movie season is still down 12% compared to last year. With an ...
  3. 'Annabelle' Sequel Eyes $30+ Million Opening as Summer Slow Down Continues
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: WB and New Line's Annabelle: Creation is off to an excellent start, bringing in an estimated $15 million on Friday (including $4 million from Thursday previews) on its way to a weekend around $35 million if not more. It's also great news for director David F. Sandberg who helmed last year's hit Lights Out for WB. That film went on to gross nearly $150 million worldwide on a budget under $5 million. The film received a "B" CinemaScore, matching the score for the...
  4. July 2017 Box Office Marks Third Straight Month in Decline
  5. 'The Dark Tower' Tops Lowest Weekend of Summer 2017 Yet
    Sony's The Dark Tower topped the softest weekend at the domestic box office since early April, opening with less than $20 million. Among other new releases, Aviron's Kidnap had a modest showing, squeaking above $10 million, while Annapurna's Detroit was unable to take off in its nationwide expansion. Overall, with the top twelve films grossing $111.5 million makes this the lowest grossing weekend of the summer season and sixth lowest of the year as the 2017 summer movie season is currently ...
  6. 'Dark Tower' Looks to Top Slow Weekend as Summer Slump Continues
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Things are mostly shaping up as expected as of right now with The Dark Tower bringing in an estimated $7.7 million on Friday heading toward an opening around $18-19 million. Aviron's Kidnap is performing on the higher side of expectations, delivering an estimated $3.68 million on Friday on its way to an opening around $10 million. Finally, Annapurna's nationwide release of Detroit is falling well short of our forecast after bring in an estimated $2.6 million on F...
  7. 'Dunkirk' Holds Off 'Emoji' and 'Atomic Blonde' for Second Weekend at #1
    After the dust settled, it wasn't much of a fight. Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk finished atop the weekend box office for the second week in a row with Sony's new animated feature, The Emoji Movie, settling for second place. The weekend's other new wide release was Focus Features' Atomic Blonde, which fell a little short of expectations. Universal's R-rated comedy Girls Trip, however, had a stellar second weekend, finishing in third place with over $20 million, delivering on the promise of i...
  8. Can 'Dunkirk' Hold Off 'Emoji Movie' and 'Atomic Blonde' For Second Weekend at #1?
  9. 'Dunkirk' Delivers $50.5M Debut, 'Girls Trip' Opens with $30M and 'Valerian' Stumbles
  10. 'Dunkirk' and 'Valerian' Bring Big Budgets to the Weekend, but Will They Bring Big Box Office?
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: With an estimated $19.8 million, Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is heading toward an opening weekend right around $50-52 million. It's a great start for the WWII feature, especially given the holds Nolan's films have shown in recent history as well as the critical response and now the "A-" CinemaScore from opening day audiences, a notch above the "B+" audiences gave Interstellar. Additionally, Dunkirk has now been released in 46 international markets...
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