• Incredibles 2 Crushes the Box Office with Biggest Animated Movie Opening Ever

    1 month ago - By Movie Web

    Disney Pixar's Incredibles 2 exceeds all expectations at the box office this weekend with a record-breaking $180 million at the box office.
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  • Incredibles 2 Crushes the Box Office with Biggest Animated Movie

    Incredibles 2 Crushes the Box Office with Biggest Animated Movie

    1 month ago - By Movie Web

    Incredibles 2 Crushes the Box Office with Biggest Animated Movie Opening Ever Disney Pixar's Incredibles 2 exceeds all expectations at the box office this weekend with a record-breaking $180 million at the box office.
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  • Incredibles 2 Smashes Global Box Office, Debuting to $231.5 Million

    Incredibles 2 Smashes Global Box Office, Debuting to $231.5 Million

    1 month ago - By Super Hero Hype

    Incredibles 2 smashes global box office, debuting to $231.5 million Disney•Pixar‘s long-awaited Incredibles 2 has finally arrived and the sequel has taken the world by storm and left a flurry of broken...
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  • MoviePass Reps 40% Of ‘Gotti's $1.67M Opening As Critics Slaughter John Travolta Mob Pic

    MoviePass Reps 40% Of ‘Gotti's $1.67M Opening As Critics Slaughter John Travolta Mob Pic

    1 month ago - By Deadline

    We're hearing this morning that MoviePass accounted for 40% of the $1.67M opening to John Travolta mob pic Gotti , which took headlines over the weekend for its 0% Rotten Tomatoes score from 23 critics.
    During CinemaCon, the monthly movie ticket service took a low-seven figure stake in the reported $10M budgeted feature which has willed itself to existence over the last seven years, and ultimately acquired the pic's production company, Emmett Furla Oasis Films ...
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  • John Travolta's ‘Gotti' Whacked at Box Office With $1.6 Million Debut

    1 month ago - By The Wrap

    After an extremely bumpy road into theaters, the John Travolta crime biopic “Gotti” has gotten kneecapped at the box office, earning just $1.67 million from 503 screens.
    While almost all of Travolta's films in the last 30 years have been either in extremely limited release or with screen counts of 2,500 or more, this counts as the worst opening for the actor since the 1991 film “Shout,” which also opened to $1.61 million on 968 screens.
    But “Gotti” hasn't been able to find similar success this weekend, posting a per-screen average of just $3,320. Analysts told TheWrap prior to this weekend...
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