Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ added $13.9 million for a China total of $192.8 million after three weekends. Dwayne Johnson’s action-adventure Rampage made a strong start in China over the weekend, chalking up a hearty $55 million. The film opened on some 21,500 screens, claiming nearly 70 percent of the full weekend box office.
On Friday afternoon, New Line’s Rampage appeared to be dropping like a rock at the U.S. box office, with first projections suggesting the big-budget movie might not earn much more than $28 million in its launch. But thanks to the star power of Dwayne Johnson, Rampage made something of a recovery, opening to $34.5 million
The monster movie is set to be the latest title from Dwayne Johnson to land $35 million-$40 million in its U.S. debut. Fresh off the box-office success of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Dwayne Johnson is back in theaters this weekend in Rampage, playing a primatologist whose beloved pal — a silverback gorilla — is
The movie, which is all but done with its run in theaters, has narrowly surpassed ‘Spider-Man’ at the domestic box office. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has become Sony’s top-grossing title ever at the domestic box office, not adjusted for inflation. The movie accomplished the milestone this week after narrowly surpassing the original Spider-Man, which
‘The Titan Games’ hails from the producers of ‘American Ninja Warrior.’ Dwayne Johnson had a surprise announcement late Super Bowl Sunday. The actor and producer, ahead of his appearance on The Tonight Show, announced that he was teaming with NBC for unscripted series The Titan Games. Johnson will host and executive produce the 10-episode unscripted
The weekend of the big game is one of the quietest frames of the year in terms of moviegoing. Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has scored another touchdown, reclaiming the No. 1 spot in its seventh outing at the North American box office. It’s the first time since Titanic in 1998 that a movie
‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ is now one of the top-grossing Sony titles of all time in North America; ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ crosses $600 million domestically. Continuing to display impressive staying power, Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle stayed atop the box office in its fifth weekend, earning an estimated $20 million from