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The Disney sequel starring Angelina Jolie raked in $117 million at the box office.
The Joaquin Phoenix-fronted supervillain film generated over $93 million at the box office.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a set of best practices for Hollywood leaders and gatekeepers to commit to long-term, industrywide changes.
Leave it to Pennywise to deliver a much-needed jolt to the domestic box office.
"Endgame" earned an estimated $2.79 billion in worldwide revenue in just 13 weeks, surpassing “Avatar’s” $2.789 billion.
A couple of box-office hits and a Netflix Original join the service.
“Toy Story 4” reunites Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and Bo Peep (Annie Potts) with a band of plastic heroes.
The action film, starring Keanu Reeves, earned $57 million in its box office debut.
The director's "Avatar" still sits comfortably atop the list of highest-grossing films of all time.
"I made over $4 billion at the box office, so I guess you could say I won," he belts out 24 years after he was bumped from the program.
“La Llorona” is the latest horror movie to outperform expectations, further cementing the genre as a reliable box office draw.
Starring Brie Larson, the Marvel movie also achieved the all-time biggest debut for a movie directed or co-directed by a woman.
The 21st installment of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe will wind up with the 18th biggest domestic opening weekend of all time.
Returns were more modest for Disney’s “Mary Poppins” sequel and Paramount’s “Transformers” spinoff, "Bumblebee," though each had reason to expect strong business through the holidays.
The animated family flick stole the weekend box office with $66 million.
Curtis tweeted about the horror movie's breakthrough box office success.
“Venom” also smashed the record for an October opening, topping the $55.8 million launch of “Gravity” by 43 percent.
The film, a landmark for Asian representation in Hollywood, keeps shattering box office records.
The movie's strong performance further debunks the long-standing myth among Hollywood executives that movies with diverse casts “don’t sell.”
Warner Bros.' big-budget shark thriller opened well above expectations, biting off $44.5 million when it opened in North America.