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  • What Are 2017's Biggest Box Office Hits So Far?

    2017 is not even halfway done and there are already big winners at the theatrical box office. Kong: Skull Island has earned $565 million worldwide, making it the fifth highest grossing film of 2017. Comic book actioner 'Logan' comes in at $607.3 million worldwide. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 brought in $732.6 million worldwide. Fast and Furious 8, The Fate of the Furious, broke the billion dollar worldwide mark, brining in $1.212.6 billion. Disney's live action remake of Beauty and the Beast has dominated the worldwide box office, bringing in $1.221.8 billion.

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  • Could 'Guardians of The Galaxy 2' Break Global Box Office Opening Records?

    The next major movie opening at the same time in both the U.S. and China will be Marvel’s "Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2" The movie is a big-budget sequel that the industry is already expecting to be one of the biggest hits of 2017. Screenrant suspects the new comic-book could match or surpass what "The Fate of the Furious" made globally, because "Guardians" is also an ensemble film.

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  • Can 'Avengers: Endgame' Save Slumping Box Office?

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  • Will Any Summer Movie Beat ‘Beauty And The Beast’ At The Box Office?

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  • Movie Theater Attendance Hits 24-Year-Low

    According to the National Association of Theater Owners, 2017 admissions were down to levels not seen since the ’90s. 2018 may be a whole lot worse. Everybody has their own theory, of course, as to why audiences are showing up to the movies less. Some blame cost as ticket prices rose to an average of nearly nine dollars. Some blame the quality of movies playing in the theatres. Variety, for example, seems to think it was a summer of lackluster titles. According to the Wrap, there simply aren’t enough movies, period. Others believe a combination of all three is to blame.

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  • What's The Biggest Flop Of 2017?

    2017 came with its share of forgettable box office flops. so, which movies were the biggest financial disasters of 2017? Warner Brothers spent $25 million Dax Shepard remake of CHIPS. Shepard wrote, directed, and starred in the film. The movie earned 17% on Rotten Tomatoes and barely made its money back. Tom Cruise's horror action movie, The Mummy, proved to be the biggest flop of his illustrious career. Universal Pictures could lose up to $95 million on it.

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  • The Last Jedi To Become Biggest Movie Of 2017

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