Weekend Box Office Report: 'Boo! A Madea Halloween' Continues To Be A TreatTyler Perry’s comedy, Boo! A Madea Halloween, made it two weekends in a row at the top by finishing first at the box office over Halloween weekend, earning an estimated $17-million.
Weekend Box Office: 'Magnificent Seven' Is No. 1The western remake performed not quite magnificently but certainly well enough at the box office on its opening weekend.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Sully' Soars To The TopThe Tom Hanks-starring real-life drama about the Miracle on the Hudson, directed by Clint Eastwood, finished first at the box office by earning an estimated $36-million on its weekend debut.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Don't Breathe' Continues To ThrillIt’s still breathing. Don’t Breathe, that is.
Weekend Box Office Report: Beam Me Up! 'Star Trek' Soars To FirstThe new 'Star Trek' sequel traveled beyond.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Dory' Still Swimming StrongThree new movies landed in theaters over the holiday weekend, but none could perform as swimmingly as Dory.
Weekend Box Office Report: Dory Stays AfloatThe record-setting animated sequel, Finding Dory, repeated as the first-place attraction.
Weekend Box Office Report: One Sequel Conjures Big Win Over OthersThe Conjuring 2 earned an estimated $40-million on its debut weekend.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'The Angry Birds Movie' Flies To The TopThe animated comedy, The Angry Birds Movie, finished in first place on its debut weekend, earning an estimated $39-million.
Weekend Box Office Report: Not Much Of A Battle For Captain AmericaThe fantasy sequel earned an estimated $73-million for a second straight first-place finish at the box office.
Captain America: Civil War Fights To Top Of Box OfficeOverall, industry-wide totals far surpassed those of last weekend or last year, mostly because of the strong start to the big summer season provided by Captain America: Civil War.
Weekend Box Office Report: The Jungle Book Remains KingThe Jungle Book remains the king of the box office. The high-tech remake of the Rudyard Kipling classic earned an estimated $61-million in its second weekend of release, a second-straight first-place finish, pushing its cumulative total close to the $200-million mark.