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‘Moana’ Out-Muscles ‘Fantastic Beasts’ in Weekend Revenue Race

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them had another bountiful week at U.S. theaters – with a take of $45.1 million – but the latest from the world of witches and wizards was muscled out of the No. 1 slot with the release of Disney animation Moana, starring Dwayne Johnson as the ripped shapeshifting demi-god Maui. Moana took in $55.5 …

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‘Fantastic Beasts’ Lands at #1 with $75 Million Weekend

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J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them scalded the competition over the weekend in U.S. theaters, earning a solid $75 million (right on the nose) in domestic theaters and raking in $143.3 million in international theaters. That gave the post-Harry Potter startup a healthy $218.3 million take Thursday through Sunday, allowing Warner Bros. to turn a profit in …

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Doctor Strange Jumps to Quick Start, Earning $84.9M Over Weekend

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Three newcomers clamored to the top of the weekend’s revenue list, pushing Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween off its two-week stint at No. 1. Replacing that at No. 1 is Doctor Strange, a Marvel escapade distributed by Disney that finally put some real numbers on the board, earning $84.9 million in its first three days of release. That put …

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‘Boo! A Madea Halloween’ Tops Scary (For Wrong Reason) Week at the Movies

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The numbers slid, but Tyler Perry‘s Boo! A Madea Halloween remained at the top slot for the week in domestic revenues, taking in $16.6 million over the weekend, showing at 2,299 theaters. While that’s a slide from the movie’s first weekend out, when it took in $23 million, the film took in an impressive $7,253 per theater, a cool $3,058 …

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Add It Up: ‘The Accountant’ Tops Revenue Charts, Earning $24.7M

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Despite mixed reviews, the latest Ben Affleck offering, a crime thriller called The Accountant that also features Anna Kendrick and J.K. Simmons, did modestly well at the box office over the weekend, earning a solid $24.7 million in its first weekend of release. That may have covered the salaries of the principal actors in the film which is listed with a …

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‘The Girl on the Train’ Jumps on Board, Tops Earnings Chart

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Despite mixed reviews, The Girl On the Train jumped on board the revenue charts during the pre-holiday weekend, earning $24.6 million for distributor Universal. The much-anticipated adaptation of the Paula Hawkins best seller was slapped with a Rotten Tomatoes aggregate score (an average, really) of 45 percent, meaning less than half of reviewers were favorable. To put that into perspective, …

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Tim Burton’s ‘Miss Peregrine’ Perches Atop Revenue Charts Peculiarly

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This was a week for peculiar children at the box office, while magnificent cowboys rode in the sidecar. The peculiar children in question was Tim Burton‘s quirky, ghoulish fantasy Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which earned $28.5 million at the box office over the weekend, helping to push the The Magnificent Seven out of the top spot after one week …

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New Sheriff in Town: ‘Magnificent Seven’ Tops Revenue Charts in Debut

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The Magnificent Seven rode into town this weekend and churned its way – with spit, grit and bonafide box office stars – into the top spot on the weekend’s revenue charts with a cool $35 million in box office receipts. That’s somewhere between not terrible and not impressive for a movie that cost $108 million to make, much of that …

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‘Sully’ Tops Tepid Week at the Box Office

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It was another tepid week at the box office with revenues at U.S. theaters reflecting the back-to-school mentality of the country. This is simply too late in the season for big, blockbuster releases and too early for Oscar-potentials to break into the ranks. For a while that means that theaters will have too many horror films, too many low-budget comedies and …

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