Box Office: Stupidity Wins Out As Dumb & Dumber To Narrowly Takes #1 With $38 Million

Plus, Oscar hopeful Foxcatcher opens in limited release with a monster per-screen average. »»

Box Office: Kids Have Final Say As Big Hero 6 Bests Christopher Nolan's Interstellar

A pair of $50 million openings helps boost a sagging box office. »»

Box Office: Nightcrawler Narrowly Takes The Weekend With $10.9 Million

Nightcrawler wins and Guardians of the Galaxy hits a new milestone to add to its box office legacy. »»

Box Office: Ouija Delivers Cheap Horror Thrills, Takes Weekend With $20 Million

Plus, Keanu Reeves' comeback John Wick nets a decent opening showing that viewers still like hard-R revenge-fueled violence. »»

Box Office: Gone Girl Drives A Stake In Dracula Untold, Claims #1 Again With $26.8 Million

Gone Girl has impressive second weekend hold; on pace to make more than $300 million worldwide. »»

Box Office: Gone Girl Narrowly Edges Out Annabelle With $38 Million

David Fincher nets his best opening as a director for a film that will have couples talking. »»

Box Office: Denzel Washington's The Equalizer Caps Off September With $35 Million Opening

Denzel Washington is about as reliable as it comes when it comes to being a box office draw. »»

Idris Elba And Taraji P. Henson's No Good Deed Rewarded With $24.5 Million As Box Office Victor

Screen Gems pulls No Good Deed for critics helping to prove the adage that critics don't matter. »»

Box Office: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shell-Shocks Competition With $65 Million Opening

Plus, Boyhood expands to net strong returns and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy holds strong in its second weekend. »»

Box Office: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Withstands The Purge And A Nasty Sex Tape To Retain #1 Position With $36 Million

Plus the critically acclaimed Boyhood sees expansion and nets a very strong per-screen average. »»

Box Office: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Swings To $73 Million Weekend

Plus Transformers: Age of Extinction rockets past $750 million in three weeks. »»

Box Office: Transformers: Age Of Extinction Opens To $301 Million Worldwide

Audiences dismiss critics to give Transformers a monster opening. »»

Box Office: Think Like A Man Too's $30 Million Opening Rules Weekend

A pair of Sony Pictures sequels own the weekend, while Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys fails to hit a high note. »»

Box Office: 22 Jump Street Registers Second-Highest Opening For R-Rated Comedy

With an impressive $60 million opening, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are well on their way to having two hits in the calendar year. »»

Box Office: Girl Power! Women-led Features Dominate With The Fault In Our Stars Taking #1, Maleficent #2

Plus Emily Blunt shows she's game to play the role of heroine in Edge of Tomorrow. »»

Box Office: Maleficent Earns Angelina Jolie Her Biggest Opening Ever With $70 Million Weekend

Hollywood is not a place for women. Well, that’s what the overall sentiment feels like. From the lack of female directors to actresses not getting work after a certain age... »»

Box Office: X-Men: Days Of Future Past Hits The Reset Button And Nets $90 Million During Memorial Day Weekend

Despite strong critical reviews, latest X-Men sequel is second when it comes to all-time X-Men openings. »»

Box Office: Godzilla Reigns Supreme With Biggest Opening Of 2014

King of the Monsters is now King of the Box Office. »»

Box Office: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Webslings Its Way To The Top With $92 Million Opening

The summer blockbuster season gets off to an "amazing" start. »»

Box Office: The Other Woman Wins Dismal Weekend; Heaven Shows That It's Still For Real

And what of Paul Walker's last starring vehicle, Brick Mansions? »»

Box Office: Captain America Shows Muscle, Transcendence Bombs Showing Johnny Depp Isn't A Star

Plus Rio 2 holds steady, one movie doubles its production budget in a weekend, and we see if Heaven is for Real at the cineplex. »»

Box Office: Captain America Retains Top Spot Over Rio 2

In the battle of the sequels, Captain America: The Winter Soldier narrowly beats out the animated Rio 2. »»

Box Office: Noah Causes Controversy, Gets Church Groups To Get It To #1 For The Weekend

Plus, Arnold Schwarzenegger's Sabotage bombs, Wes Anderson's Hotel continues its winning ways and Frozen makes history. »»

Box Office: Divergent's $56 Million Opening Helps YA Adaptations

And Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel continues its per-screen average winning ways as it adds more screens. »»

Box Office: Mr. Peabody & Sherman Takes #1 In Slow Weekend, Need For Speed Lacks Horsepower

Plus Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel has the best per-screen average of every other film in the Top 10 combined. »»

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