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New DVD Releases – July 15

Rio 2

Rio 2

The entire cast of the animated smash RIO returns in RIO 2, and they are joined by a new flock of top actors and musical talents. Rich with grandeur, character, color and music, RIO 2 finds Jewel (Anne Hathaway), Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) and their three kids leaving their domesticated life in that magical city for a journey to the Amazon. They encounter a menagerie of characters who are born to be wild, voiced by Oscar nominee Andy Garcia, Oscar/Emmy/Tony-winner Rita Moreno, Grammy winner Bruno Mars, and Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth. Rio 2 on Amazon | Rio 2 on iTunes

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Box Office Winners June 20-22 2014

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In a rare summer blockbuster ‘off-week’, no major studio films were released this past weekend, paving the way for “Think Like a Man Too” to take the box office crown with $30 Million. Last week’s winner “22 Jump Street” came just shy with $29 million while the animated “How to Train Your Dragon 2” was not far behind with $25.3 Million, it is interesting to note that 3 out of the top 5 films this weekend are all sequels. Coming in 4th was the other newcomer “Jersey Boys” with a disappointing $13.5 Million while “Maleficent” is still holding on strong with $13 Million, good enough for 5th place. See all top 10 films and much more in our weekend roundup below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: June 20-22 2014

#1 Think Like a Man Too $30,000,000 (Total Gross $30,000,000)
#2 22 Jump Street $29,000,000 (Total Gross $111,450,000)
#3 How to Train Your Dragon 2 $25,300,000 (Total Gross $95,177,000)
#4 Jersey Boys $13,515,000 (Total Gross $13,515,000)
#5 Maleficent $13,012,000 (Total Gross $185,980,000)
#6 Edge of Tomorrow $10,340,000 (Total Gross $74,511,000)
#7 The Fault in our Stars $8,600,000 (Total Gross $98,728,000)
#8 X-Men: Days of Future Past $6,200,000 (Total Gross $216,794,000)
#9 Chef $1,845,000 (Total Gross $16,942,000)
#10 Godzilla $1,820,000 (Total Gross $194,915,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($256,709,000)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($256,690,000)
#3 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($216,794,000)
#4 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($199,477,000)
#5 Godzilla ($194,915,000)
#6 Maleficent ($185,980,000)
#7 Divergent ($149,889,672)
#8 Neighbors ($145,717,000)
#9 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#10 Rio 2 ($127,373,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $451,624,000
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $442,670,000
#3 Fox $344,167,000
#4 Universal $279,919,565
#5 Sony $199,477,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $149,889,672

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Box Office Winners June 13-15 2014

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Two LA cops were able to slay hundreds of dragons over the weekend, and completely surprise all box office forecasters at the same time. “22 Jump Street” beat out “How to Train Your Dragon 2” by $10 Million dollars domestic this weekend, taking the top spot with $60 Million compared to “Dragon” with $50 Million. “Maleficent” came in 3rd with a $19 Million dollar haul while “Edge of Tomorrow” desperately attempts to crawl to reach at least 35% of its reported production costs of $178 Million with an additional haul of $16 Million, the film has made $56 Million domestic so far. Meanwhile “The Fault in our Stars” has nosedived from it’s number one spot with a $15.7 Million dollar weekend, the film dropped almost 70% in one week. See the rest of the top 10 films at the box office and plenty more below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: June 13-15 2014

#1 22 Jump Street $60,000,000 (Total Gross $60,000,000)
#2 How to Train Your Dragon 2 $50,000,000 (Total Gross $50,000,000)
#3 Maleficent $19,008,000 (Total Gross $163,525,000)
#4 Edge of Tomorrow $16,175,000 (Total Gross $56,649,000)
#5 The Fault in our Stars $15,725,000 (Total Gross $81,700,000)
#6 X-Men: Days of Future Past $9,500,000 (Total Gross $205,940,000)
#7 Godzilla $3,155,000 (Total Gross $191,301,000)
#8 A Million Ways to Die in the West $3,077,000 (Total Gross $38,937,000)
#9 Neighbors $2,484,000 (Total Gross $143,137,000)
#10 Chef $2,276,000 (Total Gross $14,076,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($256,328,000)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($256,324,000)
#3 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($205,940,000)
#4 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($198,392,000)
#5 Godzilla ($191,301,000)
#6 Maleficent ($163,525,000)
#7 Divergent ($149,238,807)
#8 Neighbors ($143,137,000)
#9 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#10 Rio 2 ($126,681,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $447,629,000
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $419,849,000
#3 Fox $332,621,000
#4 Universal $277,339,565
#5 Sony $198,392,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $149,238,807

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Box Office Winners June 6-8 2014

The Fault in our Stars

Love trumps all, it seems, as “The Fault in our Stars” took the weekend box office with $48 Million, besting Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt’s “Edge of Tomorrow”. Coming in second was last week’s winner “Maleficent” with $33 Million while Cruise/Blunt “Tomorrow” came in 3rd with $29 Million. The X-Men are still going strong, adding another $14 Million dollars to their domestic total of $189 Million and coming in 4th while “A Million Ways to Die in the West” took 5th with $7 Million, the film has been a disappointment for Universal, grossing only $30 Million domestic to date. Meanwhile, looking at yearly totals, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” has now beat out “The LEGO Movie” to become the biggest domestic box office movie of the year. See these stats and more below in our weekly Box Office Weekend Roundup.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: June 6-8 2014

#1 The Fault in our Stars $48,200,000 (Total Gross $48,200,000)
#2 Maleficent $33,523,000 (Total Gross $127,370,000)
#3 Edge of Tomorrow $29,105,000 (Total Gross $29,105,000)
#4 X-Men: Days of Future Past $14,700,000 (Total Gross $189,101,000)
#5 A Million Ways to Die in the West $7,189,000 (Total Gross $30,088,000)
#6 Godzilla $5,950,000 (Total Gross $185,043,000)
#7 Neighbors $5,201,000 (Total Gross $137,801,000)
#8 Blended $4,050,000 (Total Gross $36,509,000)
#9 Chef $2,600,000 (Total Gross $10,362,000)
#10 Million Dollar Arm $1,822,000 (Total Gross $31,347,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($255,886,000)
#2 The LEGO Movie ($255,859,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($194,928,000)
#4 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($189,101,000)
#5 Godzilla ($185,043,000)
#6 Divergent ($148,811,524)
#7 Neighbors ($137,801,000)
v8 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#9 Maleficent ($127,370,000)
#10 Rio 2 ($125,645,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $440,902,000
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $383,256,000
#3 Fox $314,746,000
#4 Universal $272,003,565
#5 Sony $194,928,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $148,811,524

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Box Office Winners May 30-June 1 2014

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Seems Maleficent would win in a battle against the mutant Magneto, after all. “Maleficent” bested “X-Men: Days of Future Past” by over double this weekend, coming in with $70 Million over “X-Men’s” $32.6 Million (“X-Men” dropped 60% over last weekend). Coming in 3rd was the other newbie of the weekend “A Million Ways to Die in the West” with a disappointing $17 Million while “Godzilla” gobbled up 4th place with $12 Million, in 5th place was the comedy “Blended” with $8.42 Million for a total of $29 million so far.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: May 30-June 1 2014

#1 Maleficent $70,000,000 (Total Gross $70,000,000)
#2 X-Men: Days of Future Past $32,600,000 (Total Gross $162,069,000)
#3 A Million Ways to Die in the West $17,069,000 (Total Gross $17,069,000)
#4 Godzilla $12,225,000 (Total Gross $174,657,000)
#5 Blended $8,425,000 (Total Gross $29,632,000)
#6 Neighbors $7,715,000 (Total Gross $128,601,000)
#7 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $3,775,000 (Total Gross $192,730,000)
#8 Million Dollar Arm $3,700,000 (Total Gross $28,097,000)
#9 Chef $2,009,000 (Total Gross $6,924,000)
#10 The Other Woman $1,425,000 (Total Gross $81,112,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($255,160,511)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($255,150,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($192,730,000)
#4 Godzilla ($174,657,000)
#5 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($162,069,000)
#6 Divergent ($148,313,422)
#7 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#8 Neighbors ($128,601,000)
#9 Rio 2 ($124,250,000)
#10 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($110,050,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $429,817,511
#2 Fox $396,369,000
#3 Universal $262,803,565
#4 Buena Vista (Disney) $255,150,000
#5 Sony $192,730,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $148,313,422

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Box Office Winners May 23-25 2014

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With final numbers for the long American holiday weekend on the way, it looks like “X-Men: Days of Future Past” may cross the $100 million dollar mark domestically. From Friday to Sunday ‘X-Men’ earned $91 Million leaving the rest of the pack far behind. Last week’s #1 “Godzilla” came in second with $31 Million, the Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore comedy “Blended” flopped with only $14 Million to come in third while “Neighbors” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” came in 4th and 5th with $13 and $7 Million respectively, both films have earned over $100 Million domestic, with “Spider-Man” getting close to $200 Million. See the rest of the Box Office numbers below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: May 23-25 2014

#1 X-Men: Days of Future Past $91,400,000 (Total Gross $91,400,000)
#2 Godzilla $31,125,000 (Total Gross $148,473,000)
#3 Blended $14,230,000 (Total Gross $14,230,000)
#4 Neighbors $13,897,000 (Total Gross $113,577,000)
#5 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $7,800,000 (Total Gross $184,900,000)
#6 Million Dollar Arm $6,967,000 (Total Gross $20,501,000)
#7 The Other Woman $3,640,000 (Total Gross $77,558,000)
#8 Rio 2 $2,450,000 (Total Gross $121,548,000)
#9 Chef $2,266,000 (Total Gross $3,554,000)
#10 Heaven is for Real $2,050,000 (Total Gross $85,850,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($254,514,488)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($253,988,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($187,100,000)
#4 Godzilla ($156,793,000)
#5 Divergent ($147,910,000)
#6 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#7 Rio 2 ($122,348,000)
#8 Neighbors ($116,908,000)
#9 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($111,000,000)
#10 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($109,758,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $411,307,488
#2 Fox $343,106,000
#3 Buena Vista (Disney) $253,988,000
#4 Universal $251,110,565
#5 Sony $187,100,000
#6 Lions Gate/Sony $147,910,000

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Box Office Winners May 16-18 2014

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The King of all Monsters returned to the box office with a vengeance this weekend, “Godzilla” earned an estimated $93 Million in 3 days. Coming in a distant second was last week’s number 1 film “Neighbors’ with $25 Million, meanwhile “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” has dropped another 60% to come in 3rd with $16 Million, at this rate it may take several more weekends to hit the $200 Million domestic mark. The other newbie was Disney’s “Million Dollar Arm” coming in with $10, followed by “The Other Woman” with $6.3 Million. See all this and more in our detailed box office breakdown below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: May 16-18 2014

#1 Godzilla $93,205,000 (Total Gross $93,205,000)
#2 Neighbors $25,991,000 (Total Gross $91,517,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $16,800,000 (Total Gross $172,170,000)
#4 Million Dollar Arm $10,511,000 (Total Gross $10,511,000)
#5 The Other Woman $6,300,000 (Total Gross $71,664,000)
#6 Heaven is for Real $4,400,000 (Total Gross $82,249,000)
#7 Rio 2 $3,800,000 (Total Gross $118,051,000)
#8 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $3,759,000 (Total Gross $250,627,000)
#9 Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return $1,952,000 (Total Gross $6,559,000)
#10 Moms’ Night Out $1,900,000 (Total Gross $7,327,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($253,817,652)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($250,627,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($172,170,000)
#4 Divergent ($146,775,000)
#5 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#6 Rio 2 ($118,051,000)
#7 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($109,298,000)
#8 300: Rise of An Empire ($106,206,846)
#9 Noah ($100,261,000)
#10 Godzilla ($93,205,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $453,229,498
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $250,627,000
#3 Fox $227,349,000
#4 Sony $172,170,000
#5 LionsGate/Sony $146,775,000
#6 Universal $134,202,565
#7 Paramount $100,261,000

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Box Office Winners May 9-11 2014

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Zac Efron and Seth Rogan proved to be the true ‘Sinister’ duo against The Amazing Spider-Man, beating out the web-slinger in only his second week at the box office. ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ dropped a whopping 60% to come in second with $37 Million compared to ‘Neighbors’ impressive $51 Million dollar haul. Coming in 3rd was ‘The Other Woman’ with $9 Million while ‘Heaven is For Real’ and ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ fought it out for 4th and 5th place with $7 Million and $5.6 Million respectively. See the entire top ten films and a lot more below.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: May 9-11 2014

#1 Neighbors $51,070,000 (Total Gross $51,070,000)
#2 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $37,200,000 (Total Gross $147,900,000)
#3 The Other Woman $9,250,000 (Total Gross $61,730,000)
#4 Heaven is for Real $7,000,000 (Total Gross $75,220,000)
#5 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $5,619,000 (Total Gross $244,997,000)
#6 Rio 2 $5,125,000 (Total Gross $113,165,000)
#7 Moms’ Night Out $4,200,000 (Total Gross $4,200,000)
#8 Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return $3,705,000 (Total Gross $3,705,000)
#9 Divergent $1,700,000 (Total Gross $145,024,000)
#10 Brick Mansions $1,480,000 (Total Gross $18,328,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($253,178,106)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($244,997,000)
#3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($147,900,000)
#4 Divergent ($145,024,000)
#5 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#6 Rio 2 ($113,165,000)
#7 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($108,946,000)
#8 300: Rise of An Empire ($106,091,502)
#9 Noah ($99,801,000)
#10 Non-Stop ($91,097,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $359,269,608
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $244,997,000
#3 Universal $225,299,565
#4 Fox $222,111,000
#5 Sony $147,900,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $145,024,000
#7 Paramount $99,801,000

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Box Office Winners May 2-4 2014

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As expected your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man won the (easy) weekend box office with $92 Million. Coming in second was “The Other Woman” with $14.2 Million followed by “Heaven is for Real” with $8.7 and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” with $7.7 Million, Cap’s domestic total is now over $237 Million domestic. Rounding out the top 5 is “Rio 2” with $7.6 Million. See the top 10 box office results below and more.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: May 2-4 2014

#1 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $92,000,000 (Total Gross $92,000,000)
#2 The Other Woman $14,200,000 (Total Gross $47,345,000)
#3 Heaven is for Real $8,700,000 (Total Gross $65,600,000)
#4 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $7,762,000 (Total Gross $237,143,000)
#5 Rio 2 $7,600,000 (Total Gross $106,470,000)
#6 Brick Mansions $3,545,000 (Total Gross $15,482,000)
#7 Divergent $2,175,000 (Total Gross $142,662,000)
#8 The Quiet Ones $2,000,000 (Total Gross $6,761,000)
#9 The Grand Budapest Hotel $1,735,000 (Total Gross $51,506,000)
#10 God’s Not Dead $1,725,000 (Total Gross $55,520,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($252,877,964)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($237,143,000)
#3 Divergent ($142,662,000)
#4 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#5 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($108,515,000)
#6 Rio 2 ($106,470,000)
#7 300: Rise of An Empire ($105,915,135)
#8 Noah ($99,005,000)
#9 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($92,000,000)
#10 Non-Stop ($90,711,000)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $358,793,099
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $237,143,000
#3 Universal $224,913,565
#4 Fox $214,985,000
#5 Lions Gate/Sony $142,662,000
#6 Paramount $99,005,000
#7 Sony $92,000,000

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Box Office Winners April 25-27 2014

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Proving that there is something than can beat Captain America…Kate Upton’s breasts! “The Other Woman” beat out “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”‘s bid for a 4-peat at the box office this weekend, “Woman” took in $24.7 while “Cap” took in $16, upping its domestic total to $224 Million, will it be able to defeat “The LEGO Movie”‘s $252 Million for all time best of 2014 so far? Fighting hard for 3rd place “Heaven is for Real” & “Rio 2” the former with $13.8 and the later with $13.65 Million. Paul Walker’s last film before his untimely death, “Brick Mansions” opened with $9.6 Million, meanwhile the other newbie of the week “The Quiet Ones” opened quietly with $4 Million. See the entire Top Ten box office list below.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: April 25-27, 2014

#1 The Other Woman $24,700,000 (Total Gross $24,700,000)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $16,048,000 (Total Gross $224,888,000)
#3 Heaven is for Real $13,800,000 (Total Gross $51,911,000)
#4 Rio 2 $13,650,000 (Total Gross $96,158,000)
#5 Brick Mansions $9,600,000 (Total Gross $9,600,000)
#6 Transcendence $4,105,000 (Total Gross $18,472,000)
#7 The Quiet Ones $4,000,000 (Total Gross $4,000,000)
#8 Bears $3,606,000 (Total Gross $11,153,000)
#9 Divergent $3,600,000 (Total Gross $139,463,000)
#10 A Haunted House 2 $3,265,000 (Total Gross $14,246,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($252,810,000)
#2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($224,888,000)
#3 Divergent ($139,463,000)
#4 Ride Along ($134,202,565)
#5 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($108,046,000)
#6 300: Rise of An Empire ($105,805,000)
#7 Noah ($97,281,000)
#8 Rio 2 ($96,158,000)
#9 Non-Stop ($90,492,000)
#10 The Monuments Men ($77,495,405)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Warner Bros. $358,615,000
#2 Buena Vista (Disney) $224,888,000
#3 Universal $224,694,565
#4 Fox $204,204,000
#5 LionsGate/Sony $139,463,000
#6 Paramount $97,281,000
#7 Sony $77,495,405

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