End of Watch, Trouble With the Curve, and House at the End of the Street.
After a terrible summer, does Tinseltown need a bailout?
The Jewish demon film wins a scarily weak box office weekend.
That's not an exaggeration.
The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers, yes. Everything else, meh.
And what happened to the new Joseph Gordon-Levitt movie?
We're in the middle of an R-rated renaissance.
The twin indie success stories of the past three months were Moonrise Kingdom and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Whitney Houston's last film also did solid biz.
This weekend's real surprise, though, was Hope Springs.
The sci-fi remake barely cracked $26 million.
The Dark Knight Rises takes the top spot, but overall box office is down by 25 percent compared to this time last year.
The fourth entry in the prehistoric animated series made $46 million this weekend.
Savages gets squeezed out, but could it increase its haul this upcoming weekend?
While gender had a big part to play with the success of both films, another factor played a huge role.
Pixar proved it hasn't lost the confidence of moviegoers.
This weekend's top two grossing movies remain the same as last weekend's.
And Prometheus is on fire in second place.
It did better than predicted, but Prometheus's international debut is a warning bell.
We've studied all the major franchises to see what works and what doesn't.