• How much money do movies make from aeroplane in-flight entertainment?
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    Ben Falk

    How much money do movies make from aeroplane in-flight entertainment?

    While everyone obsesses over a film's box office taking, we want to know how much a picture can make from in-flight entertainment systems.

  • Disney's 'Star Wars' movies have already raked In more than it cost company to buy Lucasfilm
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    UPROXX

    Disney's 'Star Wars' movies have already raked In more than it cost company to buy Lucasfilm

    Box-office numbers on "The Force Awakens," "Rogue One," and "The Last Jedi" have been impressive, to say the least.

  • 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is dividing fans
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    Hanna Flint

    'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is dividing fans

    Rian Johnson's Star Wars film has been a hit with critics and at the box office but its audience rating shows a greater disparity.

  • Blade Runner 2049 underperforms at the box office on its opening weekend
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    Ben Arnold

    Blade Runner 2049 underperforms at the box office on its opening weekend

    'Blade Runner 2049' has failed to turn its dazzling crop of five-star reviews into cold hard cash on its opening weekend at the box office.

  • ‘Wonder Woman’ Powers Warner Bros. To Lead All Studios At Lackluster Summer B.O.
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    ‘Wonder Woman’ Powers Warner Bros. To Lead All Studios At Lackluster Summer B.O.

    Warner Bros. gets bragging rights for leading all major studios at the summer box office with $790M , fueled by DC’s  Wonder Woman,  Christopher Nolan’s  Dunkirk  and New Line horror film  Annabelle: Creation.  After getting beaten up by film reviewers last year for its DC titles  Superman v. Batman: Dawn of Justice  and  Suicide Squad,  WB proved that it could deliver a product that was equally a commercial success and critically acclaimed. We always knew that women went to the…

  • Wonder Woman earns $800 million worldwide
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    Ryan Leston

    Wonder Woman earns $800 million worldwide

    It looks as though Wonder Woman is making a killing at the box office.

  • ‘Get Out’ Is 2017’s Most Profitable Film So Far
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    The Wrap

    ‘Get Out’ Is 2017’s Most Profitable Film So Far

    Jordan Peele’s racism-horror masterpiece “Get Out” has had the best return on investment of any film of 2017 — a spectacular 630 percent. Deep into summer, only one other film this year has come close to that kind of return — and it’s from Blumhouse, the same production company that delivered “Get Out.” M. Night Shyamalan‘s “Split” had a 610 percent ROI. TheWrap calculated an estimate for the combined production budget and marketing costs for the top 25 grossing films this year so far, and Blumhouse founder and CEO Jason Blum’s strategy of taking creative risks within tight budgets is paying off.

  • 3 Reasons Why ‘The Emoji Movie’ Beat Bad Reviews for Strong Box Office Start
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    3 Reasons Why ‘The Emoji Movie’ Beat Bad Reviews for Strong Box Office Start

    Sony won the rights to the animated movie after a competitive bidding war against Paramount and Warner Bros. in 2015 and brought in several recognizable stars to play the various characters in the film, most notably Patrick Stewart as a poop emoji.

  • 3 Reasons ‘Valerian’ Failed to Launch at the Box Office
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    The Wrap

    3 Reasons ‘Valerian’ Failed to Launch at the Box Office

    While “Dunkirk” and “Girls Trip” found success at the box office, “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” did not. EuropaCorp, which is owned by Besson, won’t take a big financial hit, as it brought in outside investors and sold distribution rights to mitigate the cost of the blockbuster, but it will have to rely on overseas markets to find profits, as U.S. audiences have largely rejected the film with a B- CinemaScore rating and a 54 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes. From both a critical and marketing standpoint, Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne seemed to be the wrong pair to cast in the lead roles of space agents Valerian and Laureline.

  • The UK’s biggest EVER summer blockbusters revealed
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    Ryan Leston

    The UK’s biggest EVER summer blockbusters revealed

    Here's the top grossing UK summer blockbusters of all time... and there might be a few surprises.

  • China Now Has More Movie Screens Than US
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    The Wrap

    China Now Has More Movie Screens Than US

    China’s box office may not catch the U.S. anytime soon after flatlining last year, but the Middle Kingdom has just taken top billing on another notable movie metric: total screens. At a press conference Friday to open the second annual BRICS International Film Festival in the Chinese city of Chengdu, Zhang Hongsen, the deputy director of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China, which oversees — and censors — all films and television programs shown in the country, told attendees that China now has more than 45,000 movie screens, more than any other market, according to Chinese film website Mtime. The festival celebrates filmmakers from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming could expect a HUGE opening weekend
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    Ryan Leston

    Spider-Man: Homecoming could expect a HUGE opening weekend

    Will Spider-Man: Homecoming manage a huge opening weekend?

  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2 opens to $101 million debut
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    Ryan Leston

    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 opens to $101 million debut

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has opened to an impressive $101 million debut.

  • Fast and Furious 8 earns a staggering $1 billion worldwide
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    Ryan Leston

    Fast and Furious 8 earns a staggering $1 billion worldwide

    It's official - Fast and Furious 8 has passed $1 billion.

  • How did Fast 8 beat Star Wars 7’s global box office record?
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    Ryan Leston

    How did Fast 8 beat Star Wars 7’s global box office record?

    How did Fast and Furious 8 dominate the box office in its opening weekend?

  • ‘The Fate of the Furious’ on Track to Become 2017’s Next $100M-Plus Opening
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    The Wrap

    ‘The Fate of the Furious’ on Track to Become 2017’s Next $100M-Plus Opening

    With “Beauty and the Beast” locking in the first $100+ million opening at the box office in 2017, it is expected to soon be joined by “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth film in Universal’s unstoppable “Fast & Furious” franchise. Early trackers project an opening weekend for “Fate” somewhere between $110-120 million. If it exceeds those expectations — which it is likely to do given the star power of its lead men, Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel — it would find itself in the same ballpark as the $135 million opening that “Fast & Furious 6” made in 2013.

  • Movie Studio Profits Face More “Punishment” In 2017, Analyst Warns
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    Movie Studio Profits Face More “Punishment” In 2017, Analyst Warns

    Movie studios should prepare themselves for “another round of punishment” this year with “several big-budget bombs and disappointing performances from mid-budget pictures,” Cowen and Co. analyst Doug Creutz warns this morning in his annual analysis of film industry trends. Although last year’s domestic box office improved 2.2%, the long-time critic of Hollywood’s business models says that when adjusted for inflation 2016 was “the fourth worst year at the domestic box…

  • 'Beauty and the Beast' Is Beating 'Finding Dory' and 'Captain America: Civil War' in Ticket Pre-Sales
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    'Beauty and the Beast' Is Beating 'Finding Dory' and 'Captain America: Civil War' in Ticket Pre-Sales

    Disney’s  Beauty and the Beast  doesn’t open for another 11 days, however, Fandango today indicated that the live-action feature adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1991 animated pic is already beating the pre-sales of both  Captain America: Civil War  and  Finding Dory.  Those two movies turned out to be last summer’s and Disney’s top titles in regards to openings and cumes:  Civil War  debuted to $179.1M and legged out to $408M, while  Dory  posted a first weekend of $135M and a…

  • Matt Damon’s The Great Wall expected to lose $75 million
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    Ryan Leston

    Matt Damon’s The Great Wall expected to lose $75 million

    It’s official – ‘The Great Wall’ is a huge flop.

  • The biggest box office clashes in Bollywood
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    Bollywood Journalist

    The biggest box office clashes in Bollywood

    Bollywood has always made way for a solo release if it is a big release or there’s a big star involved. But there have been big clashes as well. Here are some of the biggest clashes in Bollywood recently. 

  • Ben Affleck's 'The Accountant' Dominates Weekend Box Office With $24.7 Million
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    Variety

    Ben Affleck's 'The Accountant' Dominates Weekend Box Office With $24.7 Million

    Underlining Ben Affleck’s star power, The Accountant dominated moviegoing with a solid $24.7 million opening weekend at 3,222 North American sites. Sunday’s estimate came in significantly above expectations, which had ranged from $18 million to $20 million at the start of the weekend. Comedy concert film Kevin Hart: What Now? delivered about half of The Accountant total with $12 million at 2,568 locations. But the debut of sci-fi adventure Max Steel was ignored by moviegoers with $2.1 million at 2,034 screens for a dismal $1,049 per-screen average. ...

  • Box Office: 'Sully' Flies High to $35.5 Million U.S. Opening
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    Variety

    Box Office: 'Sully' Flies High to $35.5 Million U.S. Opening

    Tom Hanks’ Sully has taken off with a stellar $35.5 million at 3,525 North American locations, marking a solid start to the fall box office season.

  • 2016 End-of-Summer Box-Office Report: 'Sausage' Sizzles, 'Ben-Hur' Falls on Its Sword, and Much More
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    Gwynne Watkins

    2016 End-of-Summer Box-Office Report: 'Sausage' Sizzles, 'Ben-Hur' Falls on Its Sword, and Much More

    Following up on our mid-season report, here are the winners and losers as the summer of 2016 draws to a close. Who won and who lost?

  • Meet the International Movie Stars Who Make More Than Will Smith and Sandra Bullock
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Meet the International Movie Stars Who Make More Than Will Smith and Sandra Bullock

    Seven actors and actresses from India and China claim places on Forbes' Highest Paid lists

  • Emma Watson's New Movie Made Just $61 in the U.K.
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Emma Watson's New Movie Made Just $61 in the U.K.

    To be fair, it was more focused on VOD