'The Rite' opened to $15 million, or $4 million less than expected.
'Hornet': The "highest-grossing opening ever for a live-action superhero comedy," whatever that means.
The Coens’ biggest movie to date has now become one of the best-performing horse operas of recent memory.
Attendance for November: the weakest in 15 years.
Shock: Men skip 'Burlesque.'
Who DIDN'T go see 'Harry Potter' this weekend?
Plus: 'Morning Glory' fails to rise or shine.
Good news for '127 Hours,' too.
Plus: Kristen Stewart's Rileys unwelcome.
It got a big boost when a chain banned its trailer back in June.
Paramount’s Jackass 3D earned a retina-separating $50 million over the weekend.
Plus: Katherine Heigl's Life disappoints.
But only $23 million for our generation's 'Citizen Kane'?
A good weekend for Serious Movies For Grown Ups.
Are these two sharing a finite amount of success, and this time it's Affleck's turn to hoard it all?
Your Box Office Explained: Top Flick Resident Evil: Afterlife Triumphs Over ... Well, No One, Actually
It has bragging rights to the weekend, even if there was no competition.
George Clooney shouldn't go bragging.
Lionsgate's elderly ensemble actioner 'Expendables' took the top position with $35 million.
"Everyone says, 'You gotta go outside The Box!' — but, here's the thing: The box still kinda works just fine.
Maybe next time, Zac.