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‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Bites Into Newcomers With $45 Million Weekend

Sony’s second weekend of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is dominating North American moviegoing with around $45 million, taking in more than the combined totals of the next three titles — “Toy Story 4,” “Crawl” and “Stuber.”Should Saturday estimates hold, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” will wind up the weekend with $275 million in domestic grosses in […]

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Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Devouring ‘Crawl,’ ‘Stuber’

Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home is devouring newcomers Crawl and Stuber at the weekend box office.The superhero pic topped Friday with $13.4 million for a projected second weekend gross of $43 million-$45 million, putting its domestic total at nearly $275 million through Sunday. Far From Home is playing is 4,634 theaters.Disney and Pixar’s […]

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Box Office: ‘Crawl’ Slithers to $1 Million on Thursday Night

Parmount’s alligator disaster movie “Crawl” has opened with a solid $1 million in Thursday night previews in North America while Disney’s buddy comedy “Stuber” took in $750,000 on Thursday.The two newcomers are both expected to finish far behind Sony’s second weekend of “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” which is pegged to take in between $35 million […]

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Film Review: ‘Crawl’

Dropped into the never-ending deluge of films that feature supernatural evil, grandiose comic-book villainy, or mad slashers who might as well be supernatural, “Crawl” devotes itself to a force of terror so stubbornly of this earth that it may strike Saturday-night audiences as faintly exotic. The movie, a scaled-down and waterlogged thriller, is built around […]

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8 Alternative Monster Movies, From ‘It Follows’ to ‘Rubber’

When “Crawl” opens in theaters this week, Alexandre Aja’s latest film promises to do for alligators what other offbeat horror movies have done for such wacky villains as tires, worms, and tigers. While the monster movie subgenre has long enjoyed scaring up audiences with traditional baddies like zombies, werewolves, vampires, even alien beings and large-scale […]

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