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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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‘Don’t Breathe’ Leads the Pack on Revenue During Weak Week

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After three weeks on top of the revenue charts for U.S. theaters, Suicide Squad lost its grip on the top slot, earning only $12.1 million over the weekend to slip way back into the No. 2 spot. Suicide Squad was brushed aside by Don’t Breathe, the dark thriller that is four-fifth horror film and one fifth thriller — or something …

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‘Ben-Hur’ Bombs, Leaving ‘Suicide Squad,’ ‘Sausage Party’ at #1 and #2

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Suicide Squad held onto first place on the revenue chart for domestic theaters for the third consecutive weekend, but the pace of sales was less than blistering with a $20.7 million take, a sharp drop from the previous weekend’s $57.8 million. Remaining in second place, Seth Rogan‘s Sausage Party managed a take of $15.3 million in domestic, about half what …

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‘Suicide Squad’ Holds Top Spot at Box Office, Followed by Seth Rogan’s ‘Sausage Party’

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Suicide Squad held onto the top spot on the domestic revenue charts for the second straight weekend, but is pace has slowed considerably. The vigilante squad of cosmic, superhero bad-asses took in $57.8 million and has now grossed $242.5 million overseas, pushing the grand total to $465 million. But the weekend’s receipts for the movie had a 56 percent decline from …

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Jason Bourne Thriller Tops Box Office Charts With $60 Million

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Jason Bourne and Bad Moms jumped into the top five of the U.S. revenue charts for the weekend, with the Matt Damon-based thriller about the black ops CIA agent with amnesia earning $60 million in its first weekend out of the gate and Bad Moms earning $23.4 million, placing the film with the ensemble cast of female comedians in a …

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‘Star Trek Beyond’ Scores with Top Weekend Revenues of $59.6M

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During the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek television series conceived by sci-fi dilettante Gene Roddenberry, the latest feature film based on the series, Star Trek Beyond, has gone boldly into deep space with a score of 84 on the Rotten Tomatoes web site and a triumphant $59.6 million take at the box office. That propelled the film to the …

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‘The Secret Life of Pets’ Scratches Its Way to No. 1

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What is your pet doing when you are not at home? The answer in movie form, The Secret Life of Pets, earned $103.1 million in domestic theaters over the three-day weekend, contributing to a worldwide take of $145.7 million, as the film earned a comparatively scant $7.8 million overseas. Still, The Secret Life of Pets pushed Finding Dory off of …

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‘Finding Dory’ Stays Ahead of ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ at Box Office

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Finding Dory held on to its slot on top of Hollywood’s receipts list for the second consecutive weekend, taking in an average of $17,012 per location, while showing at 4,305 theaters, according to movie trackers Rentrak and Comscore. Attesting to the film’s popularity, the movie grossed $73.2 million over the three-day weekend, about half of what it took in the …

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