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The Gross Movie Pool: Fall

‘The Grinch’s’ Grin is All Green - Week 2

Many questions were aroused when Universal green-lit another variation of How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Wasn’t it too soon since the live-action Jim Carrey version? Can you trust the diminishing returns of the Despicable Me team to pull this off? And based on the initial trailer, is this supposed to be funny? Somehow people forgot, it’s called How The Grinch Stole Christmas and it prints its own money, people! Dr. Seuss’ cautionary tale about the commercialization of Christmas makes bank and it always has… Cue the Alanis Morissette song.

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Rocks ‘Nutcracker’ - Week 1

After the biggest October on record at the box-office, the 2018 Holiday Movie Pool kicked off November with a party of its own. There was music from the 20th century, music from the 19th century, and dollar signs from the 21st century which was music to the ears of movie-execs everywhere.

2018 Holiday Movie Pool - Preview

The Party City costumes have been picked over, the lawn sprinkler restrictions are back on, and, just like last year, after tonight’s Dodgers game I’m looking for some eggnog to spike, so it's time for the 22th Annual Holiday Movie Pool!

2017 Holiday Movie Pool - Final Report

What will the Holiday Season of 2017 be remembered for? The time fans revolted against a Star Wars as if everything was “fine” with Episodes I through III? The time every DC Superhero finally came together and no one really cared? The time Pixar acted like Coco was its biggest movie ever when all it did was beat Cars 2 and 3 (OK, and The Good Dinosaur, but we’ve all agreed that movie never happened… It’s like when Garth Brooks turned into Chris Gaines).

Coco’s Short A Few Marshmallows; Jedi Is Far From Last - Weeks Thanksgiving-Xmas

Finally, Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi opened and the real fireworks could start this holiday season. A galactic $220 million debut put to rest any of the Star Wars Fatigue some may have guessed had been brewing. Yes, it was $20 million less than The Force Awakens start, but almost $70 million ahead of Rogue One. People were obviously super excited about the next adventures of Ray, Poe, and Finn… and to see Mark Hamill speak his first lines in a Star Wars movie since 1983. If only that same magic had worked for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

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.
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The Gross Weekend Chart
for Nov-16-2018
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 Nov-17-2018
MovieDaily GrossTotal Gross

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