The R-rated comedy Get Hard takes on Dreamworks Animation's Home while Insurgent is still in the mix for #1. Plus a look at how It Follows will do as it expands to 1,200 theaters.
Insurgent will be your winner, but the question is just how high will it climb above Divergent's $54.6 million opening a year ago? Get your predictions in now!
The weekend is Cinderella's for the taking as it faces little competition and a favorable release slot. How high will it go? Likely not as big as Alice in Wonderland five years ago, but we're predicting big things.
Focus and The Lazarus Effect are your new releases and Will Smith will be conning his way to the top spot, but just how much money can this new release bring in?
Fifty Shades of Grey is looking at a second weekend at #1, but without the Valentine's crowd just how far will it drop? That appears to be the only question as it faces newcomers in Hot Tub Time Machine 2, McFarland, USA and The DUFF.
Fifty Shades of Grey is going to hit the box office like a prize fighter this weekend, scooping up on girl's nights all around the country. Clearly, it is a horrible movie, though it's just as clear that the domestic market (ahem) yearns for it. The comparables here seem to be the all of the... Read more »
The new SpongeBob movie will finally take the #1 spot from American Sniper while fellow newcomers Jupiter Ascending and Seventh Son look up from below.
Chalk up another weekend for American Sniper as this Super Bowl weekend looks weak with newcomers including Project Almanac, Black or White and The Loft.
American Sniper looks to slaughter all newcomers as the animated Strange Magic, the J-Lo feature The Boy Next Door and not even Johnny Depp with Mortdecai stand a chance.
American Sniper's wide release is timed perfectly as it faces off against a trio of newcomers at the box office in Paddington, The Wedding Ringer and Blackhat. Get your predictions in.