weekend box office
The family science fiction saga starring George Clooney finished first at the box office, although not by much, earning an estimated $32-million on its debut weekend.
‘Pitch Perfect 2,’ the a cappella comedy follow-up starring Anna Kendrick, finished first with an estimated $70-million.
The superhero fantasy sequel earned an estimated $77-million on its second weekend, pushing its cumulative total over the $300-million mark.
The Marvel Comics-inspired fantasy sequel to ‘The Avengers’ debuted with an estimated, whopping $188-million.
The action-thriller sequel, Furious 7, extended its first-place string to four weekends in a row, earning an estimated $18-million on its fourth weekend of release.
The seventh installment in The Fast and the Furious franchise earned an estimated $61-million on its second weekend of release, giving it another runaway first-place finish.
Installment number seven in the popular ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise earned an estimated whopping $143-million on its debut weekend.
‘Home,’ the animated science fiction comedy, earned an estimated, robust $54-million on its debut weekend.
The second installment in the science fiction franchise, Divergent, Insurgent, starring Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet, earned an estimated $54-million on its opening weekend to take the box office crown.
The new live-action version of the classic fairytale, Cinderella, starring Lily James and Cate Blanchett, earned an estimated $70-million to run away with the box-office crown.
After one weekend in first place at the box office, the Will Smith con-artist thriller, Focus, dropped to the runner-up spot, taking in an estimated $10-million in its second weekend.
On this Oscar weekend, the erotic drama earned an estimated $23-million, giving it another first-place win at multiplexes.
With advance ticket sales through the roof, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ ran away with the box-office crown for Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day weekend.
The new animated comedy sequel, ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Fish Out of Water,’ opened to an estimated weekend total of $56-million.
The runaway hit, American Sniper, made it three weekends in a row in first place at the box office by earning an estimated $32-million, setting a record for Super Bowl Weekend.