Liam Neeson, Taken
Paul Blart: Mall Cop has clocked out as box office champ, ceding the No. 1 spot to Liam Neeson's Taken, which took $24.6 million in its opening weekend. Paul Blart settled into the two-spot with a $14 million haul, bringing its total-to-date to $83 mil.
Rounding out the top five were ...
Kevin James, Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Kevin James is not just the King of Queens, but the king of the box office as well.
For the second weekend in a row, James' Paul Blart: Mall Cop topped the list, this time earning $21.5 million to bring its cumulative gross to $64.8 million.
The comedy edged Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, which debuted to ...
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Weekend movie-goers are hitting the Mall in droves.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop led the box-office pack, debuting to about $33.8 million in its first two days. In its second week out, Clint Eastwood drama Gran Torino sped to number two, with a take of $22.2 mil. The movie lost 25 percent of its audience after its leading opening last week, according to Variety.
The Jensen Ackles-helmed 3-D thriller, My Bloody Valentine, slashed its way to number three, earning $21.9 mil. Valentine cut just above Notorious B.I.G.'s eponymous biopic Notorious, which found its rhythm with $21.5 mil. Having opened in 1,638 theaters, the film earned $13,126 per location — the best of any film this weekend.
Clint Eastwood, Gran Torino
Clint Eastwood may have gone 0-for-2 at the Golden Globes Sunday night, but he can take solace in the fact that he has the No. 1 movie in America.
Gran Torino, in which he starred and directed, easily cruised into the top spot over the weekend with $29 million in its first weekend in wide release.
The debut intake trumps Eastwood's previous personal best of ...
Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston, Marley & Me
With no new wide releases to go up against, Marley & Me notched its second straight week atop the box office with $24.1 million.
The intake has now pushed the Jennifer Aniston-Owen Wilson doggy drama past the $100 million milestone for a ...
Jennifer Aniston in Marley & Me; Brad Pitt in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Owen Wilson and a blonde lab helped Jennifer Aniston beat ex-husband Brad Pitt in holiday weekend box office – and beat everyone else as well.
Marley & Me, in which Aniston and Wilson play as a couple dealing with a very badly behaving dog, earned $37 million for the top grosses from Friday to Sunday, Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.
In a battle of box-office heavyweights, Jim Carrey's Yes Man trumped Will Smith's Seven Pounds — but both got the cold shoulder from audiences and Mother Nature.
Affected by the wintry mess in the Northeast, Yes Man opened with a lukewarm ...
It took ABBA to sink a Titanic record — or at least a movie with ABBA tunes.
Mamma Mia! has officially surpassed the original Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio starrer as the highest grossing film of all time at the U.K. box office, Variety reports.
The pop-tastic musical has raked in ...
Keanu Reeves, The Day the Earth Stood Still
Keanu Reeves is having his Day at the box office.
The actor's sci-fi flick, The Day the Earth Stood Still, a remake of the 1951 original, opened in the top spot over the weekend with a $31 million intake, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Earth's impressive debut also marks Reeves' biggest opening since 2003's The Matrix Revolutions.
Four Christmases continued to bring holiday cheer and laughs. After two weeks at No. 1, the Vince Vaughn-Reese Witherspoon comedy slipped to the silver position with ...
Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, Four Christmases
Thanksgiving may have just gone by, but audiences were feeling Christmasy already — in their movie tastes, at least.
The Vince Vaughn-Reese Witherspoon rom-com Four Christmases topped the box office in its second weekend in theaters with $18.2 million, Variety reports. It was followed by other recent openers Twilight...More, after the jump.