Box Office: The Butler Serves Up A Can Of Whoop Ass To Kick-Ass 2, Claims Weekend

Lee Daniels has Oprah and a Swiss clothing store to thank for his film's big opening. »»

Box Office: Denzel Washington Scores Sixth-Straight $22+ Million Opening With #1 2 Guns, The Smurfs 2 Takes #3

Plus Blue Jasmine expands and The Spectacular Now does splendidly in limited release. »»

Weekend Box Office: The Wolverine Is An Easy Winner, But Its Opening Is Way Behind X-Men Origins: Wolverine

The Wolverine slashes the competition, The To Do List was something not to do (or see), and Woody Allen's latest opens big in limited release. »»

Weekend Box Office: The Conjuring Scares Up Highest Grossing Opening For R-Rated Horror, R.I.P.D. Bombs

All this plus weekend estimates for the new family release Turbo. »»

Box Office: Despicable Me 2 Outdistances Grown Ups 2 And Pacific Rim To Repeat As #1

Plus Fruitvale Station debuts in limited release to astonishing numbers. »»

Box Office: Despicable Me 2 Dominates Fourth Of July Weekend As The Lone Ranger, Bloated And All, Finishes A Distant #2

Plus, Kevin Hart needs no explanation why his concert film Let Me Explain is already a certifiable hit. »»

Box Office: Monsters University Still #1, But The Heat Was On Fire As It Burned White House Down

Plus, World War Z is #1 worldwide and the guy with the symbol that means "hope" has passed $500 million globally. »»

Box Office: Monsters University Nets Pixar Its Second-Best Opening, World War Z Finishes #2

Plus Man of Steel crashes to Earth (again) dropping from first to third place. »»

Box Office: Man Of Steel Dominates With $113 Million Weekend - 4th Best Non-Sequel Opening Ever

Man of Steel becomes the largest June opening of all time while Seth Rogen and Co. make This Is the End's meet. »»

Box Office: The Purge Surges To The Top With $36 Million, While The Internship Proves Google Has Too Much Money

Universal dominates the weekend box office with the #1 and #2 releases in America »»

Box Office: After Earth's $27 Million Opening Proves That Will Smith Is No Longer Mr. Blockbuster

And Furious 6 is on its way to crossing $500 million worldwide in record time for the franchise. »»

Weekend Box Office: The Hangover Part III No Match For Fast & Furious 6's $98.5 Million Opening

Sequels dominate most profitable Memorial Day Weekend in history. »»

Weekend Box Office: Star Trek Into Darkness Finishes Atop The Top 10, But Can't Meet Heightened Expectations

Plus, Iron Man 3 inching closer to $400 million domestic and The Great Gatsby has solid second weekend. »»

Box Office: Iron Man 3 Takes Weekend Again, And Gatsby Does Great

Marvel continues winning ways with Disney, and The Great Gatsby nets Baz Luhrmann his highest weekend opening to date. »»

Box Office: Iron Man 3 Cashes In With Second-Biggest Opening All Time

There's no iron deficiency with the release of Iron Man 3 in theaters. »»

Box Office: Iron Man 3 Starts The Summer Strong With $68.3 Million Friday

It pays to be a comic book movie at the start of the summer blockbuster season. »»

Box Office: Pain & Gain Overcomes Oblivion, Plus Iron Man 3 Is On Pace For $1 Billion

Michael Bay makes a good movie, Robert De Niro makes a bad one, and the rest of the top 10 in this week's box office report. »»

Weekend Box Office: Oblivion Opens #1 With $38 Million, 42 Stays Impressive in Second Week

Tom Cruise nets one of his biggest, non-franchise openings with Oblivion. »»

Box Office: Evil Dead Scares Off G.I. Joe and The Croods To Take Weekend

Three films gross over $20 million for the weekend, plus Jurassic Park celebrates its 20th anniversary to strong returns. »»

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. »»

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