“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” took in $16.5 million in U.S. and Canadian theaters, leading the box office a second weekend in the absence of a big-budget release.
“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” took in $17 million in U.S. and Canadian theaters, leading the box office a second weekend in the absence of a big-budget release.
“Elysium,” the Sony Corp. science- fiction film featuring Matt Damon, fell short of a weekend forecast in theaters, tallying sales that may heighten scrutiny of the company’s entertainment unit.
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long , an off-and-on couple in real life, play a pair of 30-somethings struggling to sustain a bicoastal relationship in “ Going the Distance .” It’s a listless romantic comedy that’s not worth going any distance to see.
Who knew Jennifer Aniston had such a filthy mouth?
In “ Hall Pass ,” a comedy about two dumb and dumber guys looking to relive misspent (and likely misremembered) youth, directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly recapture a bit of their own glory days.
An adorable baby and the beloved pooch from “The Artist” get sucker-punched in “The Campaign,” and they’re barely the easiest of the comedy’s targets.
“The Bourne Legacy,” Universal Pictures’ reboot of the “Bourne” action-film series, led the U.S. and Canadian box office in its opening weekend with sales of $38.1 million.
“The Expendables 2,” Sylvester Stallone’s R-rated action sequel, led U.S. and Canadian ticket sales for a second weekend with sales of $13.4 million, outperforming three other new films.
“The Expendables 2,” Sylvester Stallone’s R-rated action sequel to the 2010 hit, led the U.S. and Canadian box office with sales of $28.6 million, topping three other new films this past weekend.