Category: Box Office Report
The two best-opening Sony Animation movies have now been directed by Genndy Tartakovsky.
The minions have passed “The Lion King” on the all-time list and has now set its sights on “Toy Story 3.”
The Aardman theatrical animation brand has become all but obsolete in the United States.
The film will enter the list of top ten anime releases of all-time in the United States.
China has a new all-time animation champ…and it’s a Chinese-made animated feature!
The Chinese box office made a bold statement this weekend.
Whether in the U.S. or abroad, audiences can’t stop watching “Minions.”
Not one, but two animated features are currently raking in big box office bucks.
Pete Docter’s latest smashes opening weekend box office record for an original film.
Also, DreamWorks Animation’s “Home” recorded a respectable second weekend domestic gross.
For DreamWorks Animation, “Home” is where the money is.
DreamWorks Animation needed some good news and they got it this weekend.
Disney’s live-action remake bippity-boppity-blitzes the box office.
America’s deadliest marksman gets taken out by a loveable blue robotic cat creature.
America went crazy for SpongeBob this weekend, leading his second feature film to a massive $56 opening weekend.
Disney’s “Strange Magic” is poised to break a record—but it’s not the kind of record a film studio wants to break.
The new Disney film “Strange Magic” had one of the worst wide-debuts in Hollywood history.
One child’s direct-to-video animation is another child’s big-screen theatrical experience.
For the first time in 17 years, no animated feature earned enough global box office dollars to rank among the top ten-grossing worldwide theatrical releases.
This weekend DreamWorks Animation’s “Penguins of Madagascar” hit an ignominious milestone.
The DreamWorks brand continues its free-fall in the United States: “Penguins of Madagascar” opened below all expectations in the U.S.
In its sophomore frame, “Big Hero 6” surrendered its position atop the American box office to “Dumb and Dumber To.”
Disney’s “Big Hero 6,” directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, topped the United States box office with a first weekend gross of $56.2 million.
“The Book of Life” scored $10 million in its second weekend, which was good for 5th place at the U.S. box office, while “Big Hero 6” opened strong in Russia.
This weekend the $50 million-budgeted Fox/Reel FX film “The Book of Life,” opened in the United States with an estimated $17 million.
Laika’s third feature film, “The Boxtrolls,” distributed by Focus Features, opened in third place in the United States with an estimated $17.3 million.