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International box office: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ boosted by Russia to $142m worldwide

Russia opening helps ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ stretch lead over ‘The Croods: A New Age’ in global tallies.‘Wonder Woman 1984’ debuts with $2.6m in RussiaAn estimated $2.6m debut including previews for Wonder Woman 1984 in Russia was more than enough to balance out the erosion of the film in all its other international markets. The Warner […]

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A Reduced-Price ‘Tenet’ and PVOD Debut ‘Fatale’ Stand Out in Home Viewing

“Tenet,” which topped Premium VOD charts at $19.99, is seeing a second round of success with its price reduced to $5.99. It took top spot at both Apple TV and Google Play (both of which rank by transactions), and as #4 on FandangoNow, which lists by total revenue paid. The thriller “Fatale” with Hilary Swank […]

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Who Braved Seeing ‘Wonder Woman 1984′ in Theaters Amid the Pandemic

Usually, Hollywood studios don’t tout Christmas grosses for Honolulu theaters in a major way.This year — as with all things during the coronavirus pandemic — that wasn’t the case. The Victoria Ward Stadium in Oahu’s capital city was the N0. 2-grossing theater for Wonder Woman 1984, which opened to an estimated $16.7 million domestically from […]

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With No New Major Competition, ‘The Croods: A New Age’ Three-peats At No. 1 with $3 Million

With no new major competition at the domestic box office, Universal and DreamWorks’ animated sequel The Croods: A New Age repeated at No. 1 with $3 million in its third week in theaters. The PG-rated film, which features the voices of Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds, has racked up $24.3 million in North […]

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International box office: ‘The Croods: A New Age’ hits $76m worldwide; ‘The Witches’ tops Australia

China was once again the top territory for ‘The Croods’, adding another $6.4m for a total of $46.5m.‘The Croods: A New Age’ passes $50m in internationalNew openings in Mexico and – to a lesser extent – Ecuador helped buoy up Universal’s release of Dreamworks Animation’s The Croods: A New Age in international markets, topping the […]

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‘Croods’ and ‘Half-Brothers’ Lead Universal-Dominated Box Office Weekend to Less Than $9 Million

Few titles open at the North American box office post-Thanksgiving weekend, which usually is one of the weakest of the year. In 2019, that meant it fell short of $100 million. This year, it will see less than $9 million. Fewer than half of domestic theaters are open, of course, but the biggest barrier remains […]

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‘The Croods: A New Age’ Tops Mild Box Office Again With $4.4 Million

Universal and DreamWorks’ “The Croods: A New Age” repeated as winner of a mild post-Thanksgiving weekend with $4.4 million at 2,205 North American locations.The animated comedy sequel, featuring a voice cast of Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds, has been dominating the seriously subdued moviegoing business since its Nov. 25 launch with $20.3 million […]

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‘The Croods: A New Age’ Animates a Sluggish Box Office with $9.7 Million Over the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Universal and DreamWorks’ animated sequel The Croods: A New Age came out of the gate with surprising force, pulling in $9.7 million at the domestic box office and easily securing the No. 1 spot over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The PG-rated film, which features the voices of Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds, has […]

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International box office: ‘Croods 2’ opens with $35m worldwide; ‘Happiest Season’ tops Australia

‘Tenet’ crosses $300m excluding North America.The Croods: A New Age is weekend’s biggest grosser worldwideUniversal’s release of Dreamworks Animation’s The Croods: A New Age was the weekend’s top title at the global box office, thanks to an estimated $35m debut session. That breaks down into $14.2m for North America for the five-day Thanksgiving holiday, plus […]

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Box Office: ‘The Croods 2’ Leads Sluggish Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most popular times to go to the movies. Crowd pleasers like “Frozen,” “Coco” and “Knives Out” have propelled attendance and generated many, many millions in ticket sales over the holiday weekend in years past, cementing various box office records to boot.This year, studios and movie theater owners are settling […]

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