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Box Office: G.I. Joe Earns $132 Million Worldwide, The Croods Remains Strong, And The Host Signals The End Of Stephenie Meyer's 15 Minutes

G.I. Joe Retaliation arrives nine months late but scores the highest international debut of the year. »»

Box Office: The Croods is Animation Domination, Olympus Doesn't Fall, And Oz Is Still Profitable

A pair of new releases earn more than $30 million each in one of the better box office weekends of the year. »»

Box Office: Oz Still Great And Powerful, The Call Surprises And Burt Wonderstone Is Far From Incredible

Oz continues to make Disney money, and The Call represents WWE Films' biggest hit to date. »»

Box Office: Jack The Giant Slayer Slays Competition Despite Poor $28 Million Opening

Remember the days when a movie opening at above $25 million for the weekend was considered a success? »»

Box Office: Screw The Critics As A Good Day To Die Hard #1, Safe Haven #3, And Beautiful Creatures Is Ugly

Plus, Universal has a certifiable comedy hit on their hands with Identity Thief. »»

Box Office: Identity Thief Scores $36 Million And Becomes Best R-Rated Comedy Opening For The Month Of February

Even with the strong snowstorms in the Northeast, Identity Thief scores a huge opening weekend. »»

Box Office: Warm Bodies Heats Up The Weekend; Sly Stallone's Bullet Misses Its Mark

For this Super Bowl Weekend, zombies were favored over a poorly executed '80s throwback actioneer. »»

Box Office: Hansel And Gretel Make A Killing During Slow Weekend

Also, Parker and Movie 43 bomb in a weekend where R-rated movies were the new kids on the block. »»

Box Office: Zero Dark Thirty Wins Weekend; A Haunted House Beats Out Gangster Squad For #2

Plus Django Unchained becomes Quentin Tarantino's best-performing domestic release. »»

Box Office: Texas Chainsaw 3D Massacres The Hobbit And Cuts Django's Chains

Even without "Massacre" in the title horror fans knew enough to make Texas Chainsaw 3D #1 for the weekend. »»

Box Office: The Hobbit Withstands Dual Threat Of Django, Les Miserables To Claim The Last Weekend Of 2012

The Hobbit repeats as #1, but Quentin Tarantino has his best first-week opening. »»

Box Office: The Hobbit Repeats; Zero Dark Thirty Has Strong Debut In Limited Release

Where have you gone Bilbo Baggins / A nation turns its lonely eyes to you (Woo, woo, woo)... »»

Weekend Box Office: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Scores Biggest December Opening In History

Peter Jackson proves that Hobbits aren't Tolkien minorities by collecting $84.8 million. »»

Weekend Box Office: Skyfall Scores #1, Playing For Keeps Bombs

James Bond's twenty-third outing on the big screen is closing in on one billion worldwide. »»

Skyfall Becomes UK's Highest-Grossing Release Of All Time

James Bond's 23rd adventure continues to break records. »»

Weekend Box Office: Twilight Narrowly Defeats Skyfall To Finish #1 Again

No difference in the top three and Brad Pitt has his worst opening weekend in more than a decade. »»

Box Office: Twilight Glistens More Than A Thanksgiving Turkey, Takes #1 During Record-Breaking Weekend

Breaking Dawn Part 2 faces three new releases (and a second round of James Bond) as part of the most profitable Thanksgiving box office on record. »»

Weekend Box Office: Skyfall Shaken As Twilight's Breaking Dawn Part 2 Opens Huge

The Twilight Saga concludes with strong opening numbers, while the top 10 combines for $240 million overall. »»

Weekend Box Office: Skyfall Has Best Opening Ever For A James Bond Film With $87.8 Million

After becoming the biggest Bond in U.K. history Skyfall scores the best November debut for a film that doesn't have Twilight or Potter in the title. »»

Weekend Box Office: Wreck-It Ralph Powers Up To #1, Flight Soars In Low-Theater Count Debut

On the heels of its acquisition of Lucasfilm, Disney's animation wing has its biggest opening ever. »»

Weekend Box Office: Argo Rockets To #1, Cloud Atlas Falls To Earth To Finish Third

Weak offerings finds Ben Affleck's latest gunning for that number one spot. »»

Weekend Box Office: Paranormal Activity Wins But Loses, Argo Remains Solid In Second Week

Paranormal Activity 4 easily wins the weekend, but stiffer competition prevents it from having an opening as big as PA3. »»

Weekend Box Office: Taken 2 Dominates Weekend Worldwide, To The Tune Of $117 Million

Liam Neeson shows off his very particular set of skills again, and families skip Frankenweenie. »»

Weekend Box Office: Sony Scores Pair Of Hits With Hotel Transylvania And Looper

Typically not expected, Sony Pictures sits atop the box office with two new releases. »»

Weekend Box Office: Tight Race Sees End Of Watch and HATES Tied For First

The good news: three movies grossed more than $10 million. The bad news: there's no definitive number one. »»

Weekend Box Office: Resident Evil Takes #1 While The Master Breaks Arthouse Records

A franchise and an animated hit from 2003 top the list, but The Master shows impressive numbers at just five locations. »»

Weekend Box Office: The Possession Repeats In One Of The Worst Box Office Weekends Ever

No film grosses more than $10 million, and the top ten combines for less than $47 million. »»

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