• Color 'The Grinch' green with $66-million opening

    29 days ago - By Los Angeles Times

    This weekend's box office was won by Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' “The Grinch,” which opened above expectations with $66 million, according to figures from measurement firm Comscore. The film, which analysts predicted would gross between $52 million and $65 million, cost about...
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  • VENOM Devours Monstrous $111 Million Opening In China; Second Biggest Launch For A Superhero Movie Ever

    29 days ago - By Comic Book Movie

    So, as it turns out, Spider-Man and his associated characters may be considerably more popular than any other superheroes ever as Venom has just roared its way to a monstrous opening weekend in China!
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  • Venom Movie Scores Record-Setting Opening Weekend in China

    Venom Movie Scores Record-Setting Opening Weekend in China

    29 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Venom 's opening weekend in China sets a new record for Sony. The studio has tried before to launch a cinematic universe with their Marvel-owned characters. After failing to do so with The Amazing Spider-Man movies, the box office for Tom Hardy's Venom continues to rise. Marvel Studios is currently busy using Tom Holland's Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Sony wants more out of their Marvel properties. Not all fans understood why Sony would do this without the help of Marvel Studios, especially since many of their projects have close ties to the friendly neighborhood hero...
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  • The Grinch Scores Biggest Opening Weekend For A Christmas Movie

    The Grinch Scores Biggest Opening Weekend For A Christmas Movie

    29 days ago - By Screen Rant

    The Grinch , Illumination Entertainment's adaptation of the classic Dr. Seuss tale, scored the all-time biggest opening weekend for a Christmas movie. Decades after his original introduction, the character of the Grinch remains a staple of pop culture and has already been brought to the big screen successfully twice before. The 1966 TV movie remains a holiday classic, and Ron Howard's live-action retelling was the highest-grossing film domestically of 2000. It's understandable why Universal was interested in pursuing yet another iteration, hoping to capitalize on the property's popularity...
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