It had a lot to live up to, and “Man of Steel” certainly didn’t disappoint. The Warner Bros.-Legendary Pictures superhero reboot scored a whopping $125 million Stateside debut, the biggest-ever…
Man Of Steel
Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" is hovering just above expectations with a Friday haul of $44.1 million and a new three-day estimate around $115 million.
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Superman has officially taken flight at the U.S. box office.
Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel,” which could hit $100 million this weekend, and Sony’s ensemble comedy “This Is the End,” tracking in the high-$30 million range, will keep summer domestic box office…
Sony’s apocalyptic comedy “This Is the End” continues its solid mid-week start, posting $7.8 million on Wednesday, which includes the film’s $2.2 million late-night gross from Tuesday. Pic is on…
A solid $2.2 million late-night gross Wednesday is just the beginning for Sony’s “This Is the End,” which expands today nationwide ahead of Warner Bros.’ Friday launch of superhero behemoth “Man of…
Sony has no illusions as to which film (ahem, “Man of Steel”) will win the weekend, hence the early launch of its R-rated comedy “This Is the End,” which bows Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m. at…
Immediately following the June 10 world premiere of "Man of Steel" at Alice Tully Hall, Warner Bros. bussed guests down to Chelsea's Moynihan Station. There they dined at Skylight, an industrial…
A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
Warner Bros. is live-streaming red carpet festivities at the New York City premiere of "Man of Steel" with Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe expected to attend.