Universal is in first place with 25% of the market share, Disney is in second place with 19.7% of the market share. The bad news for Universal is that they have one more major release to go, Minions, however, some may argue Straight Outta Compton but due to its R rating, its audience will be restricted. So why is this bad news? Because Disney has two giants left for the year: Ant Man and Star Wars.
Here are the top five results for Valentines Day weekend 2015: 1. Fifty Shades of Grey $81.70M 2 Kingsman: The Secret Service $35.60M 3 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water $30.54M 4 American Sniper $16.44M 5 Jupiter Ascending (2015) $9.43M No surprise that Fifty Shades of Grey was the number one movie. This continues […]
Hey guys! Go check out our editor-in-chief Nick Castle’s new show, Geeking Movies on youtube! Him and his team have worked hard to bring you guys a high production value show. The first show was a look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe ( Disney’s). It is some good stuff and is pretty awesome! Here is […]
No surprise here that the Guardians of the Galaxy dominated the weekend box office. It’s a down year for the box office in turns of receipts, and throw in the lack of competition this past weekend. The big surprise is that it raked in more than $90 million dollars at the box office (according to […]
Tonight is the night! One of my most anticipated movies of the year comes to a theater near you! Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy! Words can’t describe how pumped up I am for this movie. 2014 has been a great year for comic book movies. We’ve had the incredible Captain America sequel and the heart […]
It’s Thursday, and that means tomorrow is Friday!!! Wooohooo! With today being Thursday, that means we also get new wide releases tomorrow. Two movies I’m looking forward to this weekend is The Rock’s new epic adventure Hercules. Rotten Tomatoes and Variety have favorable reviews about this movie, and it’s Dwayne Johnson, so you can’t go […]
Here are your top 5 box office performers from the weekend of 3-14 to 3-16: 1. “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” — $21.2 million 2. “300: Rise of an Empire” — $19.1 million 3. “Need for Speed” — $17.81 million 4. “Non-Stop” — $10.6 million 5. “Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club” — $8.3 million Only […]