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Tag Archives: box office
Disney’s The Lone Ranger had a horrible holiday box office managing to lasso only a paltry $49 million over the five days. Even when you add in the international box office of $23 million, it doesn’t match the $82 million … Continue reading
I hope someone in Burbank is sending a big box of chocolates to Emeryville this week. Monsters University debuted number one at the box office with a take of $82 million domestic and $136.5 worldwide. That’s well above average for … Continue reading
The Summer of 2013 is shaping up to be a hot one at the box office. Marvel’s Iron Man 3 has only been in theaters a little over 3 weeks and already it’s nudging up against a milestone accumulation. The … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Studios is in for a huge box office weekend with Marvel’s Iron Man 3 opening in upwards of 4000 theatres across the United States and Canada tonight and tomorrow. The film has already brought in $242.1 million internationally. … Continue reading