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Thor Rules While Daddy and Murder Enjoy Scraps - Week 2

Two new puppies tried to nip at the heels of The Mighty Thor this weekend, yet none were worthy at raising his hammer. Instead, Thor: Ragnarok raised another $57.1 million for a 10-day total of $212.1 million. I’d say by Odin’s beard, but it probably had more to do with Hulk’s cleanly shaven face. It makes you wonder how a guy who’s always so angry finds the time to shave.

Thor Drops the Hammer on Bad Moms - Week 1

I don’t really think A Bad Mom’s Christmas thought it was going to “compete” with Thor: Ragnarok this weekend. It only wanted to be there for those who didn’t want to see Chris Hemsworth with a new haircut. Unfortunately, I’m not sure I know a bad mom or a good mom that wouldn’t want to see Chris Hemsworth no matter what his hair looked like, and the box-office reflected that.

2017 Holiday Movie Pool - Preview

The Oktoberfest tents are closed, the heatwaves are over, and after tonight’s Dodgers game I’m looking for some Egg Nog to spike, so it's time for the 21th Annual Holiday Movie Pool!

2016 Holiday Movie Pool - Final Results

Truth be told, the 2016 Holiday Movie Pool may be one of those Holiday Seasons that’s fairly forgettable. Over 50 movies were released in the past two months and while five of them made more than $200 million, 45 of them didn’t even make it past $100 million. Sure, sure, many of those releases were smaller films hoping more for Oscar Gold than Box-Office Money, but unless you’re 127 Hours you don’t make any movie with James Franco expecting Oscar Gold.

‘Rogue One’ Doesn’t Go Off-Script - Weeks 6 & 7

I mentioned to my wife last week that up until last year, there hadn’t been a new Star Wars movie in 10 years… and now we’ve had two. Would the hype be the same? Would the anticipation be the same? Would the “I had to get tickets at 8am at the ArcLight because every other showing was too full” be the same? The answer may have been “no” to all three of these questions (I got into the 9:30am show this time!), but even a Star Wars film no one is sure what to do with is still a Star Wars film.

‘Moana’ and ‘Beasts’ Feast Over Holidays - Weeks 3, 4, & 5

When I grew-up going to my grandmother’s house for Thanksgiving in rural Porterville, California (as opposed to “urban” Porterville, California), there was no tradition of seeing movies over Thanksgiving weekend. Well, maybe we would try to watch Sound of Music or Wizard of Oz (whichever one some network always seemed to play on Thanksgiving night), but the reception was so fuzzy with the rabbit ears, “seeing” wasn’t actually an option. Nowadays, catching a movie over Thanksgiving weekend is an American tradition like Black Friday and TMZ. If your film can’t make money over Thanksgiving weekend, you’re the untouched Jell-O with celery dessert someone brought to dinner… and no amount of Cool Whip on top can cover-up that you’re Jell-O with celery.

Early Leftovers Cancel ‘Arrival’ - Week 2

Moviegoers usually take a second helping of leftovers after Thanksgiving weekend, but this may be the first time people were having leftovers even before they had the main meal!
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The Gross Weekend Chart
for Dec-08-2017
MovieWknd GrossTotal Gross
1Ant-Man$57,225,526$57,225,526
2Minions$49,274,730$215,766,440
3Trainwreck$30,097,040$30,097,040
4Inside Out$11,544,080$306,247,046
5Jurassic World$11,454,975$611,228,810
The Gross Daily Chart
for Dec-14-2017
MovieDaily GrossTotal Gross

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