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Zombieland 2 Now Has An Official Release Date From Sony

Zombieland 2 although already confirmed now has been given a release date officially with Sony setting the movie to come out just over ten years after the first movie with an 11th October 2019 release date. 125 more words

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Red Sparrow Collects $150M Worldwide Despite Mixed Critic & Audience Reception

Red Sparrow the sexual thriller received mixed critic reviews and audience reception upon its arrival in cinemas; however despite all that it has just quietly passed $150 worldwide on a $69M budget; therefore a success story it surely is for Jennifer Lawrence. 120 more words

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Box office 2018: A Year of No Flops?

Box office 2018: A Year of No Flops?

There have been some really big movie hits so far this year! We track the “most profitable” movies in this IMDb list: 834 more words


Hollywood Enjoys Rare Dominance of Japan Box Office in First Half Year

Bucking a decade-long box office trend toward local films, Hollywood dominated the Japanese movie-going in the first half of 2018. But the respite in the world’s number three theatrical market may not last. 616 more words


Box Office: 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' Dancing Past 'Equalizer 2' to $30 Million-Plus Opening

In true popcorn-season form, it’ll be a battle of the sequels at the domestic box office this weekend.

Universal’s “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” is taking a chance at the top spot against fellow newcomers “The Equalizer 2” and “Unfriended: Dark Web.” 595 more words


Average Movie Ticket Price Jumps to Record High of $9.38 in Second Quarter

Going to the movies has gotten slightly pricier.

Average ticket prices in North America rose to $9.38 in the second quarter of 2018, according to the National Association of Theatre Owners.  177 more words


Box Office: Sanju crosses Bajrangi Bhaijaan lifetime, Ant-Man And The Wasp and Soorma hang on

On Tuesday, Sanju brought in another Rs. 2.25 crore and that has taken the film’s lifetime to Rs. 321.57 crore. With this, the film has now gone past the lifetime numbers of  92 more words