Universal's micro-budget horror film The Purge beats out director Shawn Levy’s The Internship at the North American box office.
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Universal's Fast & Furious 6 beat out Summit Entertainment’s Now You See Me and Sony’s After Earth to remain in first place in its second weekend.
Universal’s Fast & Furious 6 tops the Memorial Day box office, while Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios’ Epic places fourth with a $42.6 million opening.
Wizart brings “Sheep and Wolves” and the sequel to “The Snow Queen” to Cannes for international pre-sales.
Warner Bros. feature “The Great Gatsby” opens to $51.1 million over Mother's Day weekend, coming in second place to Disney’s “Iron Man 3,” which follows up its record-breaking U.S. debut with $72.5 million.
Company reports a massive jump in net income for its fiscal second quarter, lifted by the performance of its media networks, movie studio and theme parks.
Disney and Marvel’s “Iron Man 3” earns a record-breaking $21.5 million in China on Wednesday, topping Marvel’s “The Avengers” as the highest opening day in the country’s box office history.
DreamWorks Animation announces financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2013 with total revenue of $134.6 million and net income of $5.6 million.
Universal's sci-fi epic earns Tom Cruise his best North American opening outside of the "Mission: Impossible" franchise and "War of the Worlds."
“42,” the baseball biopic from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, scores at the weekend box office, bringing in an estimated $27.3 million for a first place debut, while horror movie parody “Scary Movie 5,” debuts in second place, and DreamWorks Animation’s “The Croods” comes in third.
3D action feature “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” beats DreamWorks Animation’s “The Croods” at the domestic box office with a $51.7 million domestic opening, while “The Croods” passes the $200 million mark with a worldwide total of $229.1 million.
Wall Street analysts point to the early success of “The Croods” to help ease concerns about DreamWorks' competitive position within the CGI animation space.
DreamWorks Animation’s newest feature, “The Croods,” debuts this weekend in first place with a solid $44.7 million showing at the domestic box office.
Sam Raimi's 3D fantasy-adventure “Oz the Great and Powerful” brings in $80.3 million in its North American debut and $69.9 million overseas for a worldwide opening of $150.2 million.
Domestic box office revenue tumbled as “Jack the Giant Slayer” and three other new entries, including Relativity Media's R-rated comedy “21 and Over” and CBS Films' “The Last Exorcism Part II,” underwhelmed.
The Weinstein Co.’s animated feature, “Escape From Planet Earth,” lands fourth place, while Bruce Willis' “A Good Day to Die Hard” wins the Presidents Day weekend in a close race with the Nicholas Sparks film adaptation “Safe Haven,” and holdover Melissa McCarthy comedy “Identity Thief.”
Following its acquisition of Cookie Jar Entertainment for $112 million last year, the Canadian producer anticipates bigger margins from more favorable film tax credits in Vancouver.
The R-rated comedy exceeds expectations despite winter storm Nemo in the Northeast; Steven Soderbergh's “Side Effects” Opens in third place with $9.4 million.