Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer prove no match for Steve Carrell’s minions as Despicable Me 2 brings in $142.1 million over the Fourth of July holiday.
Harry Potter may have continued to dominate the Thanksgiving weekend box office, but Disney shouldn’t feel too disappointed about the performance of Tangled – It may not have taken the top spot, but it did have the second biggest Thanksgiving opening of all time.
It was a weekend where both Scott Pilgrim and Piranha 3D disappeared from the top 10, but there’s an even more surprising omission: No Avatar: Special Edition?
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse may have broken box office records when it opened last week, but apparently vampires don’t sparkle in the long-term; the evil geniuses behind animated movie Despicable Me managed to steal the box office crown this weekend.
Iron Man 2 may not have made box office history with its opening weekend, but that doesn’t mean that everyone involved shouldn’t be very happy with how it performed.
A terrible opening for The Losers and disappointing drop for Kick-Ass leads to a poor weekend for the US box office in general. As comic movies go, so goes cinema.
It’s a poor week for new movie releases, but maybe that’s exactly what’ll sweep The Losers to box office victory by Monday morning.
Kick-Ass‘ opening weekend in the US was… less than kick ass, as a four week old family comedy managed to out-earn it at the box office.
Brushing off poor reviews and a complete lack of Harry Hamlin, the remake of Clash Of The Titans broke box office records this weekend, taking in more than $20 million more than Scary Movie 4 to become the most successful Easter Weekend movie opening ever.