Several new releases enter the North American box office race but fail to meet expectations, leaving Ridley Scott's ‘The Martian,’ Sony's family film ‘Goosebumps’ and Steven Spielberg's Cold War drama ‘Bridge of Spies’ at the top of the of the chart.
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Sony's ‘Goosebumps’ edges past Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian’ to win the North American box office race, easily out-spooking Steven Spielberg's ‘Bridge of Spies’ and Guillermo del Toro's ‘Crimson Peak.’
Ridley Scott's ‘The Martian’ wins weekend box office race with $37 million; Sony's animated ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ follows in second place with $20.3 million for a new worldwide total of $207.7 million.
Ridley Scott's space epic also dominates overseas with $45.2 million; Robert Zemeckis’ ‘The Walk’ sees soft limited IMAX debut.
The Adam Sandler-led CG-animated sequel ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ sets a new opening weekend record for the month of September, marking the best start ever for a Sony Pictures Animation title.
Co-directors Richard Starzak and Mark Burton bring our favorite sheep and his cheeky hijinks to the big screen in their new stop-motion film.
Warner Bros.’ disaster film leads the North American box office with a $53.2 million domestic debut, the highest solo opening ever for star Dwayne Johnson.
Brad Bird’s ‘Tomorrowland’ suffers one of the worst Memorial Day starts in recent history with a $41.7 million North American debut. Meanwhile, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ speeds past the $100 million mark overseas.
The final trailer for Aardman’s ‘Shaun The Sheep Movie’ arrives along with a trove of new clips and character featurettes.
From the producers of ‘Wallace and Gromit’ and ‘Chicken Run,’ ‘Shaun the Sheep The Movie,’ opens nationwide on August 7.
Following the first ‘Avengers’ movie, Marvel’s ‘Age of Ultron’ scores second-biggest sophomore weekend of all time in North America.
Joss Whedon's Marvel tentpole, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ opens to $191.3 million in North America, the number-two domestic opening of all time behind ‘The Avengers.’
Universal’s ‘Furious 7’ takes first place at the domestic box office with $18.3 million; a week ahead of its U.S. Marvel tentpole ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ debuts in 44 international markets, earning $201.2 million.
Universal’s ‘Furious 7’ wins its third consecutive weekend at the North American box office this with $29.1 million; jumps the $1 billion mark globally with $1.153 billion in worldwide ticket sales.
Three new 45-minute animated films from Splash Entertainment will be distributed worldwide across DVD and digital platforms.
Corus Entertainment-owned producer and distributor signs new licensees to iconic superhero franchise.
The widest release in Universal’s history, ‘Furious 7’ races to a $146.5 million debut at the North American box office and $240.4 million overseas for a massive worldwide launch of $387 million.
Tim Johnson’s ‘Home’ marks the best opening for a DWA film since ‘Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted,’ in 2012, and the third-best showing ever for an original DWA title after ‘Kung Fu Panda’ and ‘Monsters vs. Aliens.’
Overseas, DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Home’ opens in nine markets, earning an outstanding $19.2 million debut.
U.K. feature ‘Paddington’ remains the family offering of choice, coming in third place with $12.4 million, while the George Lucas-produced ‘Strange Magic’ debuts in seventh place with $5.5 million.
Timid Boxtrolls, an evil doll, and ninja warriors all team up on store shelves for this week's home entertainment releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.
Clint Eastwood's ‘American Sniper’ tops the North American box office with a massive $89.5 million debut; StudioCanal’s ‘Paddington’ lands in third place with $19 million.
Liam Neeson's ‘Taken 3’ earns $40.4 million in its North American debut, topping the box office and scoring the second-best January opening of all time.
Growing Montreal team to spearhead visual effects for Lionsgate’s forthcoming supernatural action film, ‘The Last Witch Hunter.’