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The sequel to the highest-grossing movie of all time still reportedly earned $550 million from global ticket sales.
Anne Thompson joins Ricky to discuss the scheduled sequels to "Avatar" and why this summer's successful films all seem to come from existing franchises.
The film raked in an estimated $67 million in its opening weekend.
David O. Russell’s star-studded 1930s mystery flopped, allowing the horror thriller “Smile” to repeat atop the box office.
Eichner co-wrote the "Bros" screenplay and stars in what’s marketed as the first gay rom-com from a major Hollywood studio.
The horror movie topped the box office with $22 million in ticket sales, leaving Billy Eichner’s rom-com in the dust.
The horror film won the weekend by bringing in $10 million, as the late-summer doldrums at the box office continued.
The horror film needed just $7 million to finish at the top of the box office during the weakest weekend of the summer.
Idris Elba may go head-to-head with a lion in “Beast,” but the action flick was no match for the latest “Dragon Ball” movie.
The Brad Pitt action film “Bullet Train” led all movies in ticket sales for a second straight weekend.