“Marvel’s The Avengers” is expected to cross the $600 million domestic box office threshold today, becoming one of only three films in history ever to reach this milestone.
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“Brave,” continuing Pixar's unblemished record of opening its movies at number one, opened to a whopping $66.7 million at the domestic box office this weekend.
On its second weekend out, DreamWorks Animation’s “Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted” held on the top spot at the box office, beating out 1980s jukebox musical “Rock of Ages” and Adam Sandler's R-rated “That's My Boy.”
Family animated tentpole “Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted” landed at the top of the domestic box office with a stand-out $60.4 million opening this weekend, beating the $50 million scored by Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic “Prometheus.”
Zinkia Entertainment, brand creator and producer of the hit global multiplatform brand Pocoyo, has recently signed a roster of new licensing partners in the U.S.
Universal’s “Snow White and the Huntsman” wins at the box office with a $56.3 million debut; Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" opens overseas to a stellar $35 million.
Sony’s “Men in Black 3” was able to dethrone mega-blockbuster “The Avengers” over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, earning $70 million domestically and $203.2 million overseas.
Led by the debut of big-budget board game adaptation “Battleship,” three new nationwide releases tried and failed to unseat “The Avengers” this weekend.
Disney and Marvel Studios' “The Avengers” became the sixth-biggest film of all time Thursday as it upped its worldwide total to $1.07 billion.
"Avengers" crosses the $1 billion mark worldwide in only 19 days and is the first film in history to hit $100 million in its second weekend at the domestic box office; "Dark Shadows" opens to a soft $28.8 million.
The Walt Disney Studios announced that Marvel’s The Avengers is expected to cross the $1 billion threshold at the global box office on May 13, its 19th day in release.
Disney and Marvel Studios' “The Avengers continues” to make headlines as the film’s worldwide earnings, totaling $702.2 million, cross the $700 million mark in less than two weeks after its debut.
While Disney and Marvel’s "The Avengers" continues to smash box office records domestically ($200.3 million) and overseas ($440 million), there are still nine other features jockeying for dominance on the box office charts.
The Walt Disney Studios announced that Marvel’s “The Avengers” posted an estimated $200.3 million in its domestic debut May 4-6, shattering previous records and positioning the film as the highest-grossing domestic debut of all time.
Kicking off the summer box office in style, Disney and Marvel Studios' “The Avengers” earned $18.7 million in Thursday midnight runs, a record for a superhero title and the eighth best of all time.
Ensemble comedy “Think Like a Man,” adapted from Steve Harvey's best-selling advice book “Act Like a Lady,” remained on top this weekend, bringing in $18 million for a total of $60.9 million.
Netflix fell to a loss in its first quarter even while adding three million streaming members to its ranks, bringing its total to 26 million worldwide.
Toy giant Hasbro posted a first-quarter loss as the company’s U.S. and Canadian sales declined 16 percent, masking across-the-board growth abroad, particularly by Latin America.
Ensemble comedy “Think Like a Man,” adapted from Steve Harvey's best-selling advice book “Act Like a Lady”, gets bragging rights to being the film to topple Lionsgate's blockbuster “The Hunger Games,” which has now grossed $357 million domestically.
Lionsgate’s "The Hunger Games" took the top spot for three weeks straight, earning $33.5 million over the weekend for a total of $302.8 million, and taking a bite out of "American Reunion" and "Titanic 3D."
Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games stayed well ahead of debut films Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror on its second weekend out, bringing in $61.1 million for a total of $251 million.
Zinkia Entertainment, the creators of the award-winning preschool animation property Pocoyo, have unveiled a new app on iTunes.
Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games” made box office history this weekend as the big screen adaptation of the immensely popular young adult novel opened to $155 million, which ranks third all-time behind “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” ($169.2 million) and “The Dark Knight” ($158.4 million).
With its broadly-appealing premise, popular lead actors and a well-executed marketing campaign, Sony and MGM’s "21 Jump Street" cruised in to first place at the box office, earning $35 million over the weekend.