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Captain America Commands The US Box Office

The Avengers Effect is still in full force.... Read more
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Noah Floods The US Box Office

With the concerns about final cuts, Christian criticism and a raft of mixed reviews now behind it, Darren Aronofsky’s ambitious take on Noah survived the storms to float into first place at the US box office. And that’s the last watery pun we’ll make on the matter for now, promise.... Read more
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Box Office Milestone: 'Frozen' Becomes No. 1 Animated Film of All Time

Disney's Oscar-winning Frozen has become the top-grossing animated film of all time, surpassing the $1.063 billion earned by fellow Disney/Pixar title Toy Story 3.... Read more
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Box Office: 'Divergent' Breaks YA Curse With $56 Million Debut; 'Muppets 2' Bombs

Summit Entertainment's Divergent may not have reached the heights of Twilight or The Hunger Games, but its $56 million North American box office broke the curse that has plagued every other YA film adaptation.   ... Read more
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Box Office: 'Need for Speed' Sputters With $17.8 Million

DreamWorks' new Aaron Paul racing movie Need for Speed stalled in its North American debut, coming in No. 3 with $17.8 million behind weekend winner Mr. Peabody & Sherman and 300: Rise of an Empire.... Read more
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The Lego Movie Toys With The Competition

The Lego Movie has once more proved itself “The Special” at the American box office, taking the top spot for a third week running and adding $31.4 million to its domestic total of $183.1 million and more than $200 million worldwide in less than two weeks since arriving in cinemas outside the US.... Read more
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Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Crushes Competition With $60 Million-Plus Holiday

Cementing its blockbuster status, The Lego Movie easily remained at No. 1 in its second outing, grossing an outstanding $48.8 million for the three-day weekend.... Read more
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Ride Along Still Riding High At US Box Office

There’s good reason for Aaron Eckhart to look unhappy in all the pictures from I, Frankenstein, and it’s not just an existential crisis.... Read more
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Catching Fire Still Top Of The US Box Office

Fire and ice might not seem to be natural companions (what with the whole melting thing), but The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Disney’s new animated feature Frozen certainly had sparks at the top of the US Box Office this Thanksgiving Weekend, according to studio estimates.... Read more
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Box Office: 'Gravity' No. 1 Again With $31 Million; 'Fifth Estate' Flops With $1.7 Million

Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity and Paul Greengrass' adult drama Captain Phillips served up a one-two punch at the North American box office as they stayed at No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, to beat a host of newcomers.... Read more
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