LOS ANGELES: "Don't Breathe," a twisty story of a group of teenage delinquents who pick the wrong house to burglarize, dominated the late summer box office, debuting to a potent $26.1 million and topping charts.
LOS ANGELES: "Ben-Hur" derailed spectacularly at the multiplexes this weekend, as the latest attempt to revive the chariot racing epic opened to an anemic $11.4 million. That's a disastrous result for the $100 million production, putting "Ben-Hur" in the ranks of the summer's biggest flops.
LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: Defying critics as well as competition from two new releases, the DC Comics-inspired "Suicide Squad" topped the US box office for a second weekend, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said Monday.
LOS ANGELES: South African musicians Die Antwoord accused "Suicide Squad" director David Ayer on Thursday of ripping off their unique visual style.
LOS ANGELES: Defying a barrage of dismal reviews, the DC comics-inspired film "Suicide Squad" topped the box office with $135.1 million in sales this weekend, according to industry tracker Exhibitor Relations estimates.
SAN DIEGO: Warner Brothers pulled back the curtain on its slate of upcoming blockbusters on Saturday at a star-studded presentation to thousands of die-hard San Diego Comic-Con fans.
LOS ANGELES: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” steamrolled past records, debuting to a gargantuan $170.1 million over Easter weekend despite being pilloried by critics. That ranks as the top opening weekend for a DC Comics film, the best March launch ever, and the sixth biggest domestic opening weekend of all-time.