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New Line Cinema’s “The Conjuring” Crosses $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office

One of the most talked about hits of the summer, New Line Cinema’s “The Conjuring” has surpassed $100 million at the domestic box office on only its third weekend in theatres, it was announced today by Dan Fellman, President, Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures. The film crossed the $100 million …

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“Wolverine” Claws Its Way To The Top Of The Box Office

Hollywood’s summer tentpole strategy continued to suffer in North America with the muted debut ofThe Wolverine, but the X-Men spin-off more than made up for it overseas. The 20th Century Fox pic opened to a less than expected $55 million domestically and roughly $86.1 million internationally for a worldwide total of $141.1 million — …

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‘The Conjuring’ Scares Up Box Office Win

New Line’s $20 million horror pic The Conjuring raced to a $41.5 million North American debut, while R.I.P.D. dug itself an early grave in seventh-place despite costing at least $130 million to produce. This marked Ryan Reynolds latest comic book-based bomb and the fifth major disappointment for the studios this summer. The top 12 …

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Despicable Me 2 Repeats In Top Spot

Despicable Me 2 and Adam Sandler‘s ensemble comedy Grown Ups 2 beat Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim when it failed to do the expected monster business posing a potential financial loss for Thomas Tull‘s Legendary Pictures. The top 12 films of the weekend are as follows: RANK TITLE DISTRIBUTOR NAME WEEKEND REVENUE CUME REVENUE REVENUE # OF LOCATIONS* LOC …

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‘Monsters University’ Scares Up Second Box Office Win

Despite a strong performance by  Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock‘s “The Heat,” “Monsters University” remained at the top of the box office. Both films crushed Channing Tatumand Jamie Foxx‘s big-budget tentpole “White House Down.” The Pixar film brought in another $48 million over the weekend to keep the top spot. The top 12 films of the …

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