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Why Does Hollywood Care About Box Office Opening Weekends? - variety.com
variety.com
12.06.2024 / 15:41

Why Does Hollywood Care About Box Office Opening Weekends?

Rebecca Rubin Senior Film and Media Reporter “IF” isn’t exactly a box office bright spot. But Paramount’s kid-friendly fantasy about imaginary friends has ambled along in the time since its soft $33 million debut. Its current tally — $93 million domestically and $160 million worldwide — is decent for an original live-action PG film.

China Box Office: ‘Be My Friend’ Opens Ahead of ‘Furiosa’ and ‘Civil War’ on Dragon Boat Holiday Weekend - variety.com - China
variety.com
10.06.2024 / 06:39

China Box Office: ‘Be My Friend’ Opens Ahead of ‘Furiosa’ and ‘Civil War’ on Dragon Boat Holiday Weekend

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” enjoyed one day at the top of the mainland China box office before being deposed by a crop of local new releases that opened in time for the Dragon Boat holiday. “Civil War” performed even more slowly. China’s Friday to Sunday weekend box office saw “Be My Friend” score $8.1 million (RMB57.7 million), albeit earned over just two days.

Korea Box Office: AI Fantasy ‘Wonderland’ Takes Weekend Win as ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ Stalls on First Lap - variety.com - China - South Korea - North Korea
variety.com
10.06.2024 / 02:35

Korea Box Office: AI Fantasy ‘Wonderland’ Takes Weekend Win as ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ Stalls on First Lap

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Bad Boys: Ride or Die,” a hit in multiple other markets worldwide, crashed on its first lap at the South Korean box office. It failed to make even $1 million in on its opening weekend. Instead, “Wonderland,” a sci-fi fantasy about Artificial Intelligence, took the top spot over the weekend.

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ boosts Will Smith’s comeback and box office with $56 million opening weekend - nypost.com - Los Angeles - Mexico - Saudi Arabia
nypost.com
09.06.2024 / 20:07

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ boosts Will Smith’s comeback and box office with $56 million opening weekend

opened with an estimated $56 million in theaters over the weekend, handing Hollywood a much-needed summer hit and Smith his biggest success since he slapped Chris Rock at the Academy Awards.Expectations were all over the map for “Ride or Die” given the dismal moviegoing market thus far this summer and Smith’s less certain box-office clout. In the end, though, the Sony Pictures release came in very close to, or slightly above, its tracking forecast.“Ride or Die,” produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, is Smith’s first theatrical test since his 2022 slap of Rock earned him a 10-year Oscar ban.

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ tops box office on opening day - nypost.com
nypost.com
08.06.2024 / 21:21

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ tops box office on opening day

The Numbers reported.The action comedy, which The Post called “mediocre,” is slated to bring in a total of $53 million this weekend, according to Variety.The sum pales in comparison to its predecessor, 2020’s “Bad Boys for Life,”which enjoyed a $62.5 million opening domestically, as per The Hollywood Reporter. “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” marks Smith’s first film since he slapped Chris Rock at the 2002 Oscars, and The Post said the actor was “completely dead behind the eyes,” in the flick.The supernatural horror “The Watchers,” starring Dakota Fanning, landed in second, with earnings of $2.9 million.The film, which was adapted from a 2022 novel by A.M.

In 1999, ‘Run Lola Run’ Saw the Future. Rereleased 25 Years Later, the Film Is More Exhilarating Than Ever - variety.com - Germany - Berlin
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 06:19

In 1999, ‘Run Lola Run’ Saw the Future. Rereleased 25 Years Later, the Film Is More Exhilarating Than Ever

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Of all the heady-cool, matrix-of-reality, the-digital-future-is-now movies released in 1999, “Run Lola Run” may have been the 1999iest. Sure, “The Matrix” was the sci-fi landmark that bullet-timed audiences into the 21st century. But science-fiction movies have always looked ahead.

Ben Platt Takes $650G At Reopened Palace As Broadway Box Office Holds Steady In Summer Heat - deadline.com
deadline.com
04.06.2024 / 19:35

Ben Platt Takes $650G At Reopened Palace As Broadway Box Office Holds Steady In Summer Heat

Broadway box office held fairly steady as the industry settled into a post-Memorial Day summer, with most productions reporting some slippage from the holiday traffic highs.

As ‘Bad Boys 4’ Hits Box Office, Are Moviegoers Ready to Embrace Will Smith After Oscars Slap? - variety.com - Smith - county Will
variety.com
04.06.2024 / 18:59

As ‘Bad Boys 4’ Hits Box Office, Are Moviegoers Ready to Embrace Will Smith After Oscars Slap?

Rebecca Rubin Senior Film and Media Reporter Whatcha gonna do when “Bad Boys” comes for the box office? If you’re a theater owner, the answer is hopefully sell some tickets. Sony’s “Bad Boys: Ride or Die,” the fourth installment in the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-led buddy cop series, is targeting $30 million to $50 million from 3,850 theaters in its first weekend of release. As that cavernous range suggests, estimates vary greatly depending on whom you ask.

Series Mania, Beta Group Open Up Seriesmakers to Directors of Box Office Hits, Lesser Known Filmmakers (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Berlin - city Babylon - Beyond
variety.com
04.06.2024 / 18:19

Series Mania, Beta Group Open Up Seriesmakers to Directors of Box Office Hits, Lesser Known Filmmakers (EXCLUSIVE)

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent Seriesmakers, twinning Series Mania, Europe’s biggest TV fest, and European film-TV powerhouse Beta Group, is opening up its selection criteria to embrace directors of box office smashes or hits at festivals beyond “A” list events. Launching 2022 as a project-based mentorship program for film directors aiming to become TV series creators, Seriesmakers has fast consolidated as one of Europe’s top-notch training facilities. “Game of Thrones” producer-director Frank Doelger, “Babylon Berlin” producer Stefan Arndt, Ron Leshem (“Euphoria,” “No Man’s Land”) and “Narcos” creator Chris Brancato featured as speakers at its 2023-24 edition.

‘IF’ Climbs to Top Spot at U.K., Ireland Box Office as ‘Furiosa’ Slips to Fourth - variety.com - Ireland - county Garfield
variety.com
04.06.2024 / 15:15

‘IF’ Climbs to Top Spot at U.K., Ireland Box Office as ‘Furiosa’ Slips to Fourth

Naman Ramachandran Family fare was evidently the preferred choice during the U.K. and Ireland school half-term holidays as Paramount’s “IF” bounced up the charts to the top spot. In its third weekend, “IF” collected £1.5 million ($2 million) for a total of £9.5 million ($12.2 million).

China Box Office: ‘Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s Earth Symphony’ Wins Opening Weekend, Ahead of ‘Garfield’ - variety.com - China - Japan - Hong Kong
variety.com
03.06.2024 / 04:59

China Box Office: ‘Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s Earth Symphony’ Wins Opening Weekend, Ahead of ‘Garfield’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Two foreign-made animation movies opened on top of the mainland China box office over the latest weekend. Japanese film, “Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s Earth Symphony” landed in first place, ahead of “The Garfield Movie,” though the match-up was not like-for-like. According to data from consultancy Artisan Gateway, “Doraemon” earned $12.6 million (RMB89.5 million) over the three days from its Friday release.

Korea Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ Holds Soft Second Weekend Lead Over ‘The Plot’ - variety.com - USA - South Korea - Japan - North Korea - Hong Kong
variety.com
03.06.2024 / 02:01

Korea Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ Holds Soft Second Weekend Lead Over ‘The Plot’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” maintained a narrow win at the South Korea weekend box office in its second week of release. The highest new release was local crime drama “The Plot.” Total weekend revenues in Korean cinemas were a modest $8.91 million. That figure keeps a post-COVID recovery on course, but progress is slow and incomplete.

‘The Garfield Movie’ comes out on top in a slow weekend at the box office - nypost.com
nypost.com
02.06.2024 / 22:15

‘The Garfield Movie’ comes out on top in a slow weekend at the box office

dominated once again by Sony’s “The Garfield Movie,” Warner Bros.’ “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” and a slew of holdovers.Flipping the script from their Memorial weekend openings, the animated orange cat crept ahead of the wasteland warrior in their second outing.“The Garfield Movie” earned a chart-topping $14 million in ticket sales while “Furiosa” settled into third place in a close race with “IF,” according to studio estimates on Sunday.Both “IF” and “Furiosa” are estimated to have earned $10.8 million, with “IF” getting the slight edge.“Garfield” fell only 42% in its second weekend in North America. It also topped the global box office adding $27 million from international territories, bringing its running worldwide to $152.2 million.The animated pic featuring the voice of Chris Pratt will essentially have the market to itself until “Inside Out 2” arrives on June 14.“Furiosa,” meanwhile, fell 59% from its first weekend, adding just under $10.8 million from 3,864 locations in the U.S.

‘The Garfield Movie’ Purrs Past $150M WW; ‘Furiosa’ Battles To $114M – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - China - Mexico - Germany - Japan - Indonesia - Poland - Malaysia
deadline.com
02.06.2024 / 21:49

‘The Garfield Movie’ Purrs Past $150M WW; ‘Furiosa’ Battles To $114M – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: It may be a stretch, but we could coin a new phrase and call this the cat days of spring. To wit: Sony/Alcon’s The Garfield Movie, which began early overseas release last month, took the No. 1 spot for Hollywood on the domestic, international, and global charts this frame.

‘In A Violent Nature’ Scares Up IFC’s Biggest Opening Since Spring Horror Hit ‘Late Night With The Devil’ – Specialty Box Office - deadline.com - New York - USA
deadline.com
02.06.2024 / 18:43

‘In A Violent Nature’ Scares Up IFC’s Biggest Opening Since Spring Horror Hit ‘Late Night With The Devil’ – Specialty Box Office

In A Violent Nature, an undead murderous monster’s slow striding through the woods, has generated IFC Films’ second-best opening ever since its indie horror hit Late Night With The Devil in March.

'The Garfield Movie' Leads at the Box Office, But It's Down 67% From Last Year! - www.justjared.com - USA
justjared.com
02.06.2024 / 15:53

'The Garfield Movie' Leads at the Box Office, But It's Down 67% From Last Year!

Garfield is at No. 1 at the box office, but it’s been a sluggish early summer.

‘The Garfield Movie’ claws its way to top of the box office - nypost.com - Japan
nypost.com
01.06.2024 / 20:39

‘The Garfield Movie’ claws its way to top of the box office

The Numbers reported.It is slated to take in $13 million this weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It managed to beat out “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” which was No.

Broadway Box Office Slips A Tad In First Week Of 2024-2025 Season; 34 Productions Take In $35M - deadline.com
deadline.com
29.05.2024 / 14:55

Broadway Box Office Slips A Tad In First Week Of 2024-2025 Season; 34 Productions Take In $35M

Broadway box office was down just a bit last week, about 3%, with the first week of the 2024-2025 season reporting a total gross of $35,295,405 for 34 productions. Total attendance was off just shy of 2% from the previous week, settling at 287,246.

Global Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ Stalls With $58 Million, ‘The Garfield Movie’ Nears $100 Million - variety.com - Australia - Britain - France - Mexico - Canada
variety.com
26.05.2024 / 22:35

Global Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ Stalls With $58 Million, ‘The Garfield Movie’ Nears $100 Million

Rebecca Rubin Senior Film and Media Reporter “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is stalling at the international box office with $33.3 million from 75 territories. The fifth entry in director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic series has generated $58.9 million globally in its first weekend of release, a rough start given its $168 million production budget. Domestically, the Warner Bros.

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