Sequel likely be the biggest debut of the year, surpassing the March opening for "Beauty and the Beast" at $174.8 million.
Warner Bros.-DC’s costly “Justice League” has dominated the North American box office but fallen well short of expectations with a $96 million opening weekend.
Ahead of time, this year’s “Blade Runner” sequel looked like a box office smash, but it stumbled. In a Facebook Live interview, its director told Yahoo Entertainment he’s still coming to grips with that.
While Marvel movie easily remains on top, “Murder” and “Daddy’s Home 2” in a close race for second, each performing above tracker expectations.
Disney-Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok” is heading for a stellar opening weekend with $121 million at 4,080 North American locations — the fourth best launch of 2017.
Early tracking projects at least $110 million in North America ticket sales for the Nov. 17 launch of Warners and DC's superhero spectacle.
Disney-Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok should dominate the early November box office with $100 million or more in its opening weekend in North America, early projections are showing.
October box office is looking bleak, but Odinson will be coming to the rescue on Nov. 2, when Marvel releases threequel.
'It,' which is in its fourth weekend, currently has a slight edge for the No. 1 spot with a studio-estimated $17.3 million.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the new ruler of the box office. The sequel from Fox is expected to earn $39 million this weekend from 4,003 locations. That’s slightly below where tracking had pegged it (somewhere in the $40 millions), but above the original Kingsman movie.
The studio knew what it was getting into when it decided to take a chance on 'Mother!,' Darren Aronofsky's polarizing new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence
Only 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' have gotten off to a better start than the R-rated horror film, far surpassing earlier expectations from 4,103 locations
The results have lifted Minion-powered franchise past "Shrek" series to become highest-grossing animated film franchise of all time globally.
Without any fresh competition in wide release, a disastrous domestic summer box office is ending on a low note.
Notoriously slow summer movies season still has success stories ("Wonder Woman," "Dunkirk," "Annabelle: Creation") but also many clunkers: a report card.
In the grand scheme, it can seem like a small issue when compared with Hurricane Harvey — the deadly natural disaster that tore through the Gulf Coast of Texas on Friday, dumping more than 20 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service. Another factor under inspection is Saturday evening’s UFC match which saw Floyd Mayweather beat Conor McGregor with a 10th-round TKO. Numbers regarding the amount of viewers will be released later in the week, but some analysts predicted the highly-anticipated brawl could keep those who would ordinarily see a movie, out of theaters.