Weekend Box office

Underworld tops the US box office … again

Underworld tops the US box office … again

Sequels continue to command box office takings, as Underworld: Awakening tops the US weekend box office ... again. The sci-fi vampire series has already released three hit films since it premièred in 2003: Underworld, Underworld Evolution and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. Now Kate Beckinsale is...

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Contraband Tops US Box Office

Contraband Tops US Box Office

The new Mark Wahlberg movie Contraband has topped the North American Box office, taking in £15.7m on its opening weekend. The action thriller pushed horror film, The Devil Inside, off the top spot before climbing 16 places to number one. The film's ratings increased over the weekend after cinemas...

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Puss in Boots tops UK box office

Puss in Boots tops UK box office

Prequel to the Shrek franchise, Puss in Boots has topped the UK and Ireland box office in its opening weekend, despite mixed reviews from the critics. Cheery animations are dominating the UK box office charts this month with Arthur Christmas, Happy Feet Two and new entry Puss in Boots holding three of...

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Breaking Dawn: Part 1 nabs #5 spot on biggest opening weekend

Breaking Dawn: Part 1 nabs #5 spot on biggest opening weekend

Love it or hate it, you can't deny how popular it is: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 has claimed the fifth biggest opening weekend of all time. Team Big Profits! The film stormed the box office charts, pulling in $139.5m on its opening weekend - cancelling out its $110m production budget and putting...

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Super 8 US box office #1, but UK release is miles away

Super 8 US box office #1, but UK release is miles away

Super 8 looks like a seriously cool film, and is written and directed by J. J. Abrams with Steven Spielberg producing. It's successfully knocked X-Men: First Class off the coveted number one USA box office spot, but it's nowhere to be seen across the pond. The film tells the tale of a group of 1970s children...

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Battle: LA dominating US box office

Battle: LA dominating US box office

Battle: Los Angeles has crushed the opposition at the box office, proving if there's one thing the American film-going crowd love to see, it's L.A. getting completely trashed. For those who are finding the endless remakes boring, and the casting of terrible actors infuriating, salvation is yours, at last....

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