Drama Box Office Results
The Hunger Games is already steamrolling the box office. The Gary Ross film has already made $20 million at midnight showings alone.
The Help Crosses $100 Million Mark
The Help has crossed the blockbuster movie mark of making $100 million. The Help, starring Emma Stone and Viola Davis, is a certified smash.
The Help Helps Itself to Box Office Champ
In the closing days of the lucrative summer movie season, a surprising trend has emerged. Films that failed to nab the top spot on the box office charts, rise to the occasion the following weekend. Such is the case with The Help -- a film has scored the title of top box office draw in its second week of release.
Cowboys and Aliens Ties Smurfs for Box Office Title
<em>Cowboys and Aliens</em> and <em>The Smurfs</em> tie for the box office lead, each with $36.2 million -- a rarity in the summer movie season.
The Social Network Remains King of the Hill After Second Week
David Fincher's The Social Network fended off several newcomers to remain in the #1 spot.
The Social Network Deseats Gordon Gekko
David Fincher's Facebook movie tops the charts, Wall Street 2 moves down to third place.
Wall Street Comes Out on Top
Oliver Stone's sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps rises to the top of the box office in its opening weekend.
The Expendables Beat Down Box Office Competition!
The Expendables proves that the action genre is still viable.
Avatar Gets Taken Out by Dear John
Chick flick knocks sci-fi epic from the top of the charts.