This Is It
Michael Jackson's This Is It is poised to become the highest-grossing music documentary of all time after an impressive first day in theaters.
The concert film earned $7.4 million domestically ...
Couples Retreat proved to be the most popular destination for weekend moviegoers as the comedy debuted atop the box office.
Starring Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Jon Favreau, Kristen Bell and Malin Akerman, Retreat pulled in $35.3 million to push last weekend's top earner, Zombieland, to second place. Zombieland took in another $15 million, bringing its total ...
Zombieland lumbered to the top of the weekend box office with a $25 million debut.
The horror flick, starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg, knocked two-week champ Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to second place. The family film took in $16.7 million to bring its three-week total to $82.3 million.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs wins box office for second straight weekend
Opening in third place was Disney's 3-D versions of its two Toy Story movies, which raked in $12.5 million. They are in theaters for a ...
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The weekend forecast was very good for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs as the 3-D animated film easily topped the box office with $30.1 million.
The family comedy, based on the 1978 children's book by Judi and Ron Barrett, grossed nearly $20 million more than its closest competitor ...
The Final Destination - Haley Webb and Nick Zano
The final summer box office saw The Final Destination repeat at the top of the box office.
The horror flick scared up another $15.4 million over the long holiday weekend to bring its two-week total to $50.6 million.
Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds landed closely in second place with $15 million. The World War II epic now sits approximately $5 million shy of the $100 million milestone.
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Debuting in third place was Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper's romantic comedy All About Steve, which reeled in ...
The Final Destination
The Final Destination scared up $28.3 million to take the top spot at the weekend box office, beating out fellow horror genre opening Halloween II.
Rob Zombie's second installment in his reimagining of the classic horror franchise pulled in $17.4 million for third place, finishing behind last week's champ, Inglourious Basterds ($20 million), according to Variety.
Perhaps noting the success of Destination, which was presented in 3-D, Halloween producer Bob Weinstein told ...