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Iron Man Box Office
Superman has officially taken flight at the U.S. box office.
After just 23 days of release, "Iron Man 3" officially crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office Thursday while also hitting the $300 million mark domestically.
Warner Bros.’ release of the Baz Luhrmann 3D spectacle “The Great Gatsby” proved there’s more to summer moviegoing than just superheroes and sequels, scoring a glitzy $51.1 million opening estimate…
It’s all about glitz and iron this weekend at the domestic box office as “Iron Man 3” in its soph sesh and opener “The Great Gatsby” lead the pack with $19.8 million and $19.4 million from Friday…
When Paramount Pictures negotiated a deal with Disney in October 2010 to retain a portion of revenue from Marvel's “The Avengers” and ‘Iron Man 3,” the brass on Melrose Ave. had no way of knowing…
"The Great Gatsby," Baz Luhrmann's 3D stylization of the classic American novel, represents one of the few female-targeted pics in a summer chock-full of male-driven popcorn fare.
With a domestic three-day haul projected at $175.3 million, Disney-Marvel’s “Iron Man 3” is the highest domestic opening weekend on record second only to last year’s comic book-based actioner from a…
Joining the enthusiasm overseas, American auds are helping "Iron Man 3" soar this weekend with a healthy $68.3 million start on Friday.
'Iron Man 3' is on its way to a giant weekend at the domestic box office, adding $15.6 in Thursday evening preview ticket sales to the $361 million the threequel has already grossed overseas.
With north of $300 million already from overseas plexes, Disney-Marvels' "Iron Man 3" could use that momentum to set a new Stateside opening record, with families the key target .
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