Audiences went wild for Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa this weekend as the animated sequel led the way atop the box office with $63.5 million.The three-day haul bests the original's four-day Memorial Day weekend intake of $61 million in 2005, The Hollywood Reporter reports.Way behind in second ...
It was a repeat performance at the top of the box office this weekend for High School Musical 3: Senior Year.Despite competition from the scary, the raunchy and Angelina Jolie, Zac Efron and Co. managed to snag another ...
Disney’s much-hyped High School Musical 3: Senior Year and Lionsgate’s Saw V took over the top spots at the box office over the weekend according to early box office numbers Sunday, opening with $42 million and $30.5 million, respectively.
The top two films made some records happen...
The movies competing for your attention the weekend of Oct. 24 are:
High School Musical 3: Senior Year
The phenomenally successful High School Musical franchise makes the leap onto the big screen with the third installment, High School Musical 3: Senior Year. As the name implies, this time out the students at East High are dealing with impending changes in their lives as Graduation nears. Troy (Zac Efron) wins another basketball championship with his best friend and teammate Chad (Corbin Bleu), and finds himself conflicted about his college plans, unable to choose between basketball and theater. And as if this weren't enough, he's also struggling to figure out how to maintain his relationship with his loving girlfriend Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) when she opts for early admission to Stanford.
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George W. Bush is no match for Max Payne.
The Mark Wahlberg action flick, based on a video game, easily shot to the top spot at the box office, opening with $18 million, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Oliver Stone's W., on the other hand, finished fourth with a respectable $10.6 million, on par with expectations. Guess a Bush biopic doesn’t really draw the crowds.
Sandwiched in between were ...
Beverly Hills Chihuahua topped the box office for a second straight weekend, taking in $17.5 million, while Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe's Body of Lies bowed well below expectations.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Disney pooch comedy dropped only 40 percent for a to-date total of $52.2 million.
Horror flick Quarantine racked up a respectable $14.2 million to edge Lies for second. The DiCaprio-Crowe political drama underwhelmed and ...
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