After an auspicious start, “Star Trek Into Darkness” had trouble breaking new ground Friday, earning a modest $22 million at the domestic box office for an estimated $65 million weekend. That’s well…
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Beating back a 3D reissue and the fourth installment of a popular comedy franchise, Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games" took its third consecutive Friday at the domestic B.O. with $12.9 million.
With a basket of topnotch holdovers led by "The Hunger Games" and promising newcomers "Titanic" and "American Reunion," Easter weekend at the domestic box office looks poised not only to beat 2011's…
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If the world needed another epic cinematic clash between Autobots and Decepticons (and that's a Megatron-sized if), it certainly gets one in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon."
Respective studios Sony and Paramount are estimating a horse race between "Just Go With It" and "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never."
Scarer sequel takes in $19 mil to best competish
Newest offering from "Dark Knight" director scared up an impressive opening day.
Several overseas territories are on the rise this year, boosting international grosses well past last year's five-month high.
Twentieth Century Fox's "Date Night" scored a narrow victory this weekend at the domestic B.O.
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