Alfonso Cuaron's 3D space epic ‘Gravity,’ starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, holds onto the top spot at the North American box office with a record $44.3 million; Sony's ‘Captain Phillips’ opens to a solid $26 million.
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Alfonso Cuaron's 3D space epic ‘Gravity,’ starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, debuts to a record-breaking $55.8 million in North America, the top October opening of all-time; Sony’s ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2’ comes in second place with $21.5 million.
Playing at 318 IMAX locations this weekend, the Warner Bros. 3D re-release of 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz brings in $3.02 million.
Opening on Friday the 13th, horror sequel Insidious Chapter 2 tops the box office, followed by Luc Besson's mob comedy The Family and Universal and Vin Diesel’s Riddick.
Vin Diesel's Riddick ushers in the fall season with an $18.7 million debut, while Disney’s Planes, the final animated entry of the summer, continues to perform.
Animated ‘toons continue to make box office headlines around the world, led by Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2, which crossed the $800 million mark at the global box office this past weekend.
Four new films open at the North American box office, led by The Weinstein Co. release The Butler. Animated family features remain strong, including Disney Cars spinoff Planes, Sony’s The Smurfs 2 and worldwide box office juggernaut Despicable Me 2.
Cartoon Network announces an all new season of animated reality season Total Drama: Total Drama All-Stars, premiering September 10.
Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington's R-rated action film 2 Guns wins the North American box office race with $27.4 million, while Sony's The Smurfs 2 limps to a third-place finish.
Twentieth Century Fox’s Wolverine tops the box office this weekend, opening to $55 million domestically and $86.1 million internationally for a worldwide total of $141.1 million, the strongest opening ever for an X-Men title.
Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 beats DreamWorks Animation’s new entry Turbo, which scores one of the lowest domestic openings ever for a DreamWorks Animation title.
Universal and Illumination Entertainment's box office hit Despicable Me 2 holds onto the top spot on the box office charts in its second weekend, beating out Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim and Sony’s Grown Ups 2.
Universal and Illumination Entertainment's Despicable Me 2 dazzles audiences over the long holiday weekend, fueling one of the best July Fourth holiday stretches on record, and posting a five-day debut of $142.1 million.
Pixar’s Monsters University stays at number one in its second weekend with $46.2 million to cross the $300 million mark worldwide.
Disney and Pixar's long-awaited Monsters University prequel debuts at $82 million at the domestic box office, while Paramount’s World War Z opens at $66 million.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, debuts to $113.1 million over Father's Day weekend in North America and to $71.6 million overseas for a worldwide opening of $196.7 million.
Universal's micro-budget horror film The Purge beats out director Shawn Levy’s The Internship at the North American box office.
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.
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.
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.