Rogue One Rakes in $290.5 Million Worldwide

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To absolutely no one’s surprise, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the No. 1 movie worldwide at box offices this weekend with $290.5 million according to comScore. Rogue One, produced by Walt Disney Co. and Lucasfilm, capitalized on a huge fan base for the Star Wars movies and earned $155 million in the U.S. …

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Moana Tops U.S. Box Office

Moana from Walt Disney Co. was the No. 1 movie at U.S. box offices for the third straight weekend according to figures from comScore. The animated movie, with $18.8 million in box office revenues, beat out Office Christmas Party starring Jennifer Aniston, which finished second in the U.S. with $17.5 million. Globally, Moana took second place …

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Tyler Perry Tops at U.S. Box Office

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween was the top movie at U.S. box offices this past weekend, earning $27.6 million. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, starring Tom Cruise, was the overall No. 1 film worldwide, generating $54.0 million in its first weekend but was second in the U.S. with $23.0 million. ComScore’s Senior Media Analyst …

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Accountant Takes No. 1 Spot at U.S. Box Office

The Accountant starring Ben Affleck was the top grossing movie at U.S. box offices this weekend according to results from comScore. The thriller with Affleck and Anna Kendrick earned $24.7 million in the U.S. while Inferno with Tom Hanks was the No. 1 movie worldwide with $50 million. comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian said, …

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Girl on the Train No. 1 at U.S. Box Offices

Girl on the Train, a thriller set in the New York area, was the number one movie at U.S. box offices this weekend according to figures from comScore with $24.7 million. The film starring Emily Blunt was second overall worldwide with $41.2 million in revenues, trailing Miss Peregrien’s Home for Peculiar Children which was tops …

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Sully On Top Again at U.S. Box Offices

Sully was the No. 1 film at U.S. box offices this weekend while Bridget Jones’ Baby staked claim to the No. 1  position worldwide. This was the second straight week that Sully, starring Tom Hanks, was tops at U.S. box offices earning $22.0 million this past weekend. The movie, based on US Airways Flight 1549 …

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Sully Takes Top Spot at Box Office

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Sully, a movie starring Tom Hanks about US Airways Flight 1549 that landed in the Hudson River in 2009, was the No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend according to comScore. Sully earned $35.5 million at U.S. box offices this weekend and $45 million worldwide. The film is based on Captain Chesley “Sully” …

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AMC Rolls Out Reserved Seating in NYC Theatres

AMC Theatres is now letting moviegoers reserve their seat at Manhattan AMC locations. Guests who purchase a ticket, either online or at the box office, can select their seat at the time of purchase, similar to nearly every other entertainment venue in the city. AMC currently offers reserved seating in 125 locations nationwide, primarily in its renovated …

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Bridget Jones’ Baby to Premiere in NY Sept. 12

NEW YORK — Universal Pictures and Working Title Films presents the NY premiere of the movie Bridget Jones’ Baby at the Paris Theatre in New York City on Monday, September 12 at 7 p.m. In attendance will be: Director Sharon Maguire; cast members Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, James Callis; producers Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, …

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Suicide Squad On Top at Box Office for Third Week

Suicide Squad held on to the top spot at both domestic and global box offices for the third consecutive week according to comScore theater measurement services. Paul Dergarabedian, comScore’s Senior Media Analyst said,”‘Suicide Squad,’ the Warner Bros./DC Comics anti-superhero film, easily crosses the $500 million mark worldwide with $572.7 million earned through this weekend.  Other notable …

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Lady Gaga Teams With Bradley Cooper in Star is Born Remake

Music superstar Lady Gaga has been chosen to star opposite four-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper (“American Sniper,” “American Hustle,” “Silver Linings Playbook”) in a remake of the iconic musical drama “A Star is Born.” The announcement was made by Greg Silverman, President, Creative Development and Worldwide Production, Warner Bros. Pictures. Cooper will also make his …

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Ghostbusters No. 1 Movie Globally, But Not in U.S.

Ghostbusters, a remake of the 1984 comedy but with an all-female cast, was the No. 1 movie globally with $65.1 million worldwide according to ComScore. But in the U.S., the Secret Life of Pets took the top spot in box office revenues with $50.6 million and Ghostbusters earned $46.0 million. ComScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul …

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IMAX to Add 25 Screens at AMC Theatres

NEW YORK — IMAX Corporation and AMC Theatres announced an expansion of the companies’ existing full joint revenue sharing arrangement with the addition of 25 IMAX at AMC theatres. The theatres are expected to be installed in 2016 through 2019 at both existing and new–build AMC locations, with the majority of the IMAX at AMC theatres …

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