Sunday, September 21, 2014

Weekend Box Office Results: September 19-21, 2014

Weekend Box Office Results:
  1. The Maze Runner - $32.5 million
  2. A Walk Among Tombstones - $12.758 milion 
  3. There is Where I Leave You - $11.558 million 
  4. No Good Deed - $9.794 million
  5. Dolphin Tale 2 - $8.868 million
  6. Guardians of the Galaxy - $5.242 million
  7. Let's Be Cops - $2.706 million 
  8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $2.65 million
  9. The Drop $2.07 million
  10. If I Stay $1.842 million 


Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Super 8 surges ahead of the pack to lead the Box Office Ticket Sales: June 10-12, 2011

Super 8 projects the life of Steven Spielberg and his good friend George Lucas. The movie captures the movie magic experience.

Super 8 projected the childhood lives of Steven Spielberg and his good friend George Lucas. For the most part, the movie captured the movie magic experience that resembled the executive producer's movie career. Super 8 took a hold of the competition, delivering a first place finish in box office ticket sales during June 10-12 weekend. The sci-fi movie collected $35.5 million in ticket sales to deliver a solid showing.

In second place, X-Men: First Class held firm in its second weekend in release with $24.1 million in ticket sales. In the next few days, the X-Men movie will cross the $100 million mark. The over-the-top comedy Hangover Part II outperformed Kung Fu Panda, earning $17.7 million in ticket sales to place a cool third. Kung Fu Panda 2 scored $16.5 million in ticket sales to place fourth. The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides took the fifth spot, collecting $11 million in ticket sales to bring its total ticket gross to $208.9 million.

The rated R chick flick Bridesmaids continued to remain competitive among female moviegoers with $10.1 in ticket sales to project the movie into sixth place. Judy Moody and not the Bummer Summer collected $6.1 million in its first weekend in release, positioning the movie in the seventh spot.
Thor and Fast Five are still hanging around, making $2.4 million and $1.7 million, respectively.

Fast Five passed the $200 million mark last weekend, certifying the action-packed race car movie as a major blockbuster. Thor is likely to miss out on the $200 million mark. Nonetheless, the comic book hero managed to make a cool $173 million to date.

Green Lantern is projected to assume control of the box office next weekend. Come back soon to check out the ticket sales. Thanks for reading.       

June 3, 2011 Friday Box Office Ticket Sales

X-Men: First Class produced $21 million in ticket sales on opening night. The X-Men movie is likely to make less than the $70-75 million prediction.

X-Men: First Class produced $21 million in ticket sales on opening night. However, the X-Men movie is likely to miss  the $70-75 million weekend prediction. Friday's ticket sales places the super hero  weekend box office earnings at around $55 million. 

Hangover Part Ii is spiraling downward, especially after enjoying a record breaking opening weekend. The brother flick to Bridesmaids only managed to generate $10.46 million in ticket sales on Friday night. The movie is on pace to make less than $33 million, which is expected in the second weekend of release.

Kung Fu Panda 2 made $6.9 million in Friday ticket sales. The 3D animation movie will likely finish in third place with around $22-23.5 million in ticket sales for the June 3-5 box office weekend. Kung Fu Panda 2 has time to maintain consistent business through the summer months.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides made $5.9 million in Friday ticket sales. The Disney movie is expected to finished fourth with $17.5-19 million. The fourth installment of the popular Pirates franchise has already grossed $177.3 million to date.

Lastly, Bridesmaids collected $3.9 million in ticket sales on Friday June 3, 2011. The raunchy chick flick is turning studio heads, showing that women-driven movies are too, in high demand. To date, Bridesmaids has grossed $98.75 million. The movie will cross the $100 million mark on Saturday June 4.

Check back for updates. Thanks for reading.

June 3-5, 2011 Box Office Predictions

X-Men: First Class is opening this weekend. The second week of Hangover Part II will attempt to cut into X-Men's ticket sales. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides still has some box office life left to make an impact. Kung Fun Panda 2 will deliver at least 40% of its previous weekend take.
The box office predictions for the June 3-5, 2011 weekend:

1. X-Men: First Class - $70-75 million (projected winner)
2. Hangover Part II - $36-40 million
3. Kung Fu Panda 2 - $23-27 million
4. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - $17-$20 million
5. Bridesmaids - $15-17 million
6. Thor $4.5-$5 million
7. Fast Five - $3-4 million
8. Midnight in Paris - $3 million
9. Rio - $1.5 million
10. Something Borrowed - $900,000- $1 million
Check back later for an update on ticket sales. Thank you for visiting Box Office Ticket Sales.



Hangover Part II Ticket Sales

Hangover 2 is taking its box office party to Bangkok, Thailand.

Hangover Part II is taking the box office party to Bangkok, Thailand. On Thursday night, Hangover Part II generated $31,610,367 in ticket sales. Hangover 2 is exceeding box office projections of $92 million. Nevertheless, Hangover Part II has the potential to crack the $100 million mark.

Hangover Part II 's Friday ticket sales will determine the box office winner. Kung Fu Panda 2 is already $26 million behind the NC-17 super adventure.

The rated R label hasn't slowed Hangover 2 from raking-in a staggering $31.6 million on Thursday. Hangover Part II should cross the $100 million mark on Monday.

The weekend box office estimates are expected to smash records, considering Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides finished with $92 million the previous weekend. Bridesmaids ticket sales have totaled $66,606,555. The female drama/comedy has already reached expectations, and is now adding to its already impressive ticket sales. Hangover 2 is giving moviegoers a party to remember.

Box Office Ticket Sales Insidious

Insidious is the top astral horror movie in theaters now. The Box Office Ticket Sales for Insidious shows that low budget movies can deliver the gold bars.

Insidious is the top astral horror movie in movie theaters now. The box office ticket sales for Insidious shows that low budget horror movies can deliver the gold bars.

After Thursday April 28, 2011 showings, Insidious has collected $45,626,410 in box office ticket sales. The astral projection movie will likely break the $50 million mark in the next 2-3 weeks.
Insidious takes a gifted astral traveler kid into horror of an astral world only meant for the dead. Moviegoers are fascinated with the astral travel or astral projection concept. Astral projection is a concept that will be integrated in many future movies.

Rose Bryne and Patrick Wilson perform extremely well as two parents that must work through their son's coma. The young gifted astral traveler finds astral horror in the astral world. Astral projection is mainly a positive escape from the horrors of reality. Astral travel should not looked as an evil act that leads to ghost and demon possession.

Nonetheless, the box office ticket sales of Insidious demonstrates that astral projection themes are in current demand. Have fun going on an astral adventure.

  

Box Office Ticket Sales Source Code

Source Code has done well in the box office. The astral projection concept demonstrated that using sci-fi out-of-body experience ca box office ticket sales.





Source Code has done well in the box office. The metaphysical movie demonstrated that using a sci-fi concept, an out-of-body experience or astral projection and consolidating the process together as a military experimental project can deliver good box office ticket sales. The box office ticket sales for Source Code after Thursday April 28 has produced a total of $46,377,364.

Source Code will peak out in the high $40 million or low to mid $50 million range in total box office ticket sales. Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan make Source Code a sure winner.

Update: Current Box Office Ticket Sales for Source Code:
  $53,110,448