That didn't last long.
Helping boost Memorial Day weekend to record-setting heights, Warner Bros.' "The Hangover Part II" scored an additional estimated $19.7 million on Monday, bringing its domestic cume to a whopping…
During the biggest Memorial Day weekend ever at the box office, Warner Bros.' "The Hangover Part II" dominated with an estimated three-day take of $86.5 million and four-day estimates at $118.1…
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Warner Bros' "The Hangover Part II" is on track to becoming 2011's first film, as well as the first R-rated film of all time, to look to break $100 million in a weekend.
Embracing the power of the 'plex, Disney's boatload of pirates brought down the boy wizard.
Boosted heavily by opening night fanboy appeal, Warner Bros.' ''The Hangover Part II'' scored a sterling $31.7 million on Thursday, making it the third-best gross of all-time on that day but the best…
Warner Bros.' R-rated raucous retread ''The Hangover Part II'' kickstarted Memorial Day box office with $10.4 million from approximately 2,600 midnight screenings on Wednesday -- enough to make…
Early buzz has most B.O. pundits glowing about Memorial Day weekend this year as a pair of sequels, Warner Bros.' "The Hangover Part II" and Paramount-DreamWorks Animation's "Kung Fu Panda 2," look…
With a massive overseas push for "The Hangover Part II," Warner Bros. looks likely to overcome the box office aphorism that American comedies don't travel.
As the summer's first major franchise offering, Disney's ''Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'' bowed virtually everywhere around the globe for a weekend take of $346.4 million worldwide.
Disney's ''Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'' took first last night, bowing to $35 million domestically, $4.7 million of which came from select midnight screenings.