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WarnerMedia announces 45-day window for theatrical titles in Asia

WarnerMedia has announced that Warner Bros titles will be streamed on HBO Go in Asia as soon as 45 days after their theatrical premiere in Asian markets, including Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.The first films to stream on HBO Go within this shortened window include The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, which […]

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‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Was Middling at the Box Office but It’s #1 on VOD

In a week that saw three theatrical releases debut on Premium VOD, “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” (Lionsgate/$19.99) won the battle. The ensemble action comedy sequel took first place on all four charts we follow, despite competition from “The Forever Purge” (Universal/$19.99) and “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” (Warner Bros./$19.99).Meanwhile, “Black Widow” (Disney/$29.99) […]

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HBO Max Isn’t to Blame After ‘In the Heights’ Fizzles at the Box Office

Since “In the Heights,” a lauded adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical, fell short of box office expectations, it would be easy to point to its hybrid debut on HBO Max as the culprit.But streaming isn’t necessarily to blame for the movie’s lackluster $11.4 million four-day opening weekend.Yes, it’s possible that some HBO Max subscribers […]

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‘F9’ Seizes Record as Hollywood Expands Recovery Role at Korea Box Office

“F9” became the most-watched foreign film in South Korea since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic on another weekend where Hollywood and Japanese titles dominated the South Korean box office.The weekend box office chart was headed by “Cruella,” which held strong in its third frame and swapped places with newer “The Conjuring: The Devil Made […]

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Box Office Reality Falls Short of Hopes as ‘In the Heights’ and ‘Peter Rabbit 2’ Disappoint

Here’s a concise description of the reality of the state of moviegoing: In two consecutive weekends, Warner Bros. released two movies. One was the eighth entry in the “Conjuring” horror franchise. The other, an acclaimed musical film, celebrated as a breakthrough in representation of Latinos onscreen. Both concurrently showed at no extra cost on HBO […]

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Daily Podcast: Indiana Jones 5, Vertigo, The Conjuring, Loki, and More

On the June 7, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Indiana Jones 5, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, a Vertigo video game, The Munsters movie, and the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel […]

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Hollywood Trio Lift Korea Box Office to Biggest Weekend of 2021

South Korea enjoyed its biggest weekend box office of 2021 propelled, unusually, by a trio of Hollywood titles. “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” topped the chart with a $2.68 million haul, ahead of “Cruella” and “F9.”Aggregate national box office for the three days from Friday to Sunday was $7.12 million, according to […]

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The Latest ‘Conjuring’ Chapter Outscares ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ For The Top Spot At The Domestic Box Office With $24 Million

The box office is becoming a scary place these days. And for the first time in a long time, it’s scary in a good way. Just a week after A Quiet Place Part II lured the horror faithful back into darkened multiplexes, the latest chapter in the hit husband-and-wife demonologist saga, The Conjuring: The Devil […]

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‘The Conjuring’ Sequel Beats ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ for a $69 Million Box Office Weekend

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” which opened in theaters along with HBO Max, bested the second weekend of theatrical exclusive “A Quiet Place Part II.” There’s positive signs in the results for both films as well as the #3 title, “Cruella,” but signs are mixed in the broader picture.Theaters in the U.S./Canada […]

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Box Office: ‘F9’ Zooms Past $250 Million Internationally

“F9,” the latest installment in Universal’s high octane franchise, has crossed a major box office milestone internationally.The film, starring Vin Diesel, John Cena and Michelle Rodriguez, surpassed the $250 million mark overseas, including a huge $203 million in China.Of course, “F9” carries a massive production budget and will require outsized global ticket sales to turn […]

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