Box Office Report: Pitch Perfect 2 Tops Mad Max: Fury Road

Here are this weekend’s top five at the box office: »»

Box Office: Age Of Ultron Scores 2nd Highest Debut Of All Time, Falls Short Of Avengers Opening

Age of Ultron dominates but earnings in the U.S. continue to dwindle. »»

Box Office: Furious 7 Keeps Moving, Now At $1.3 Billion; Avengers: Age Of Ultron With $201.2 Million Overseas

Slow weekend for new releases allows Furious 7 to set more records, while The Avengers: Age of Ultron is greeted to a strong showing overseas. »»

Box Office: Furious 7 Continues To Break Records, Now With More Than $1.15 Billion Worldwide

Furious 7 accomplishes a feat that not even The Avengers or Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2 could achieve. »»

Box Office: Furious 7 Repeats As #1, Now Over $800 Million Worldwide

Furious 7's second weekend in theaters is a figure a majority of blockbusters would like for an opening weekend. »»

Box Office: Furious 7 Explodes Into Theaters With $384 Million Worldwide, Registers 9th-Best Domestic Opening All Time

Furious 7 nets monster opening while an indie horror release continues to scare up earnings. »»

Box Office: Home Surpasses Expectations With $54 Million Weekend, Get Hard A Solid Second Place Finisher

Kids leave home to see Home, while Kevin Hart continues to make the case that he's a comic headliner. »»

Box Office: Cinderella Opens Strong With $70 Million, And Liam Neeson's Run All Night Can't Keep Up

Cinderella opens strong, while Liam Neeson's last action movie (?) disappoints. »»

Fifty Shades Of Grey Ties Up Competition With $81.67 Million Weekend

The erotic romance helps elevate 2015 box office numbers. »»

The SpongeBob Movie Swimming In Green With $56 Million Opening

The animated sponge dominates all newcomers, including the Wachowskis Jupiter Ascending and Jeff Bridges' Seventh Son. »»

Box Office: American Sniper Sets Sights On $250 Million, Achieves Super Bowl Weekend Record

Plus, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies surpasses $900 million worldwide. »»

Box Office: American Sniper Still #1 With $64 Million Weekend; Johnny Depp's Latest Bombs

Can any movie stop American Sniper's dominance for the foreseeable future? »»

Box Office: American Sniper Blows Away Competition In Wide Release With Impressive $90.2 Million Bow

Plus, Kevin Hart, Paddington, and the $70 million misfire that is Blackhat. »»

American Sniper Sets January Opening Day Record With $30.5M, On Pace For More Than $75M

Advertising has been key in making audiences interested in Clint Eastwood's American Sniper. »»

Box Office: Unbroken Wins Christmas, But The Hobbit Takes Holiday Weekend With $41 Million

It may have been a very Merry Christmas for Unbroken and Into the Woods as both debuted with $15 million openings, but The Hobbit would have the last laugh as the weekend came to a close. »»

Box Office: The Hobbit Finale Rushes To $90 Million 5-Day Opening, Now At $335M Worldwide

The last Hobbit dominates box office, while Reese Witherspoon's Wild gets a noticeable boost thanks to expansion. »»

Box Office: Exodus Underwhelms In #1 Debut; The Hobbit With $117 Million Overseas

How much did Ridley Scott's $100+ million epic make its opening weekend? »»

Box Office: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Tops Again Thanks To A Lack Of Competition

No major releases helps The Hunger Games stay number one. »»

Box Office: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Has $56 Million Feast Over Thanksgiving Holidays

The Hunger Games repeats with ease and The Imitation Game has a monster opening in limited release. »»

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. »»

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