04.6-8.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Katniss and the tributes of The Hunger Games hunted and found Easter eggs filled with candies, chocolates and millions of dollars in ticket sales over the holiday weekend.  The thrice in a row weekend box office winner was followed by the premieres of American Reunion and Titanic 3D.  The fourth film in the American Pie series, Reunion, debuted at #2 with...

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03.30-04.01.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

April Fool’s Weekend to Wrath of the Titans and Mirror, Mirror!  The Hunger Games pranked the premieres and the rest of the movies of the weekend as they didn’t survive the box office game against Katniss and the tributes of Panem.  The one, two, three punch were followed by box office superstars #4 21 Jump Street ($14.83 million) and #5 Dr....

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03.23-25.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

The hungry joined the starving when audiences fought and survived #1 The Hunger Games with Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss and the tributes of the twelve Districts of Panem to dispatch the weekend box office at $152.535 million.  The first film of the dystopian trilogy (the sequel, Catching Fire, is set to be released November 2013) broke both personal and...

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03.09-11.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

With the warm weather and Spring just around the corner, the spring forward weekend brought out thoughts of gardening, and audiences to the eco-fable The Lorax.  The Dr. Seuss book turned Universal movie won over the Once-ler and the weekend box office again for a second straight week to #1 with $38.846 million, fighting off John Carter.  The sci-fi/fantasy...

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03.02-04.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Disney and Danny DeVito’s The Lorax planted the seed of the Truffala Tree, and saved the Lorax’s world and weekend box office.  Chris Renaud and Kyle Balda of Despicable Me co-directed the 3D-CG movie, the clear #1 of the weekend with a competition-crushing $70.217 million.  The $70 million Dr. Seuss animated movie, which was voiced by DeVito, Ed...

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02.17-19.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds broke into the weekend box office with Safe House at #1 with $27.542 million while Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams wowed in The Vow at #2 with $26.64 million for President’s Day weekend.  Fellow box office veteran Journey 2: The Mysterious Island joined the flip-flopping #1 and #2 (see 02.10-12.2012: Weekend Box...

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