It's made over R4.7-billion, but that's a flop in the stratospheric world of modern blockbusters...
'The movie is set to hit the big screen on Valentine's Day 2020, so get ready to bend and snap all over again.'
Domestically, “Ocean’s 8” is officially the fastest “Ocean’s” movie to surpass $100 million (R1.3b).
While the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has made a significant amount of money at the box office, it clearly has a lot of catching up to do when compared with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Thursday’s midnight showing of “Avengers: Infinity War” is officially Marvel’s most profitable preview night ever, according to Box Office Mojo.
R120-billion? That's a lot of popcorn...
BRB, moving to Wakanda.
'Black Panther' is the most tweeted-about movie to date.
The worldwide success of the Marvel film calls into question how we think of black-led films and markets abroad.
The King of Wakanda is still conquering the box office.
Here are the box-office records "Black Panther" has smashed already – and records it is bound to overtake.
This shift is long overdue.
The film trails only “The Force Awakens.”
Thanks in large part to the Chinese market, “The Fate of the Furious” just had the biggest worldwide opening weekend in Hollywood
Between now and March we are going to be in for a real treat. So start saving as we go deeper into the blockbuster season.
Finding Dory made a splash at its UK Premiere, as the rain began to pour with the arrival of the films main star, Ellen DeGeneres
So, then, where does The Force Awaken stand in real money? According to box office mojo, the film is ranked at number 18 on the all-time box office charts once inflationary adjustment is calculated.
'The Lego Movie' - the greatest movie ever assembled - has taken UK audiences by storm, becoming the year's most successful
The zombie apocalypse has been the one of the most popular forms of world-ending cataclysm for some time. World War Z, being the big zombie blockbuster, casually uses both type of zombie, the fast-moving infected and the shuffling corpses.
It appears that the film companies, and the cinemas for that matter have no idea just how extortionate these prices are (or maybe they do.) It feels like they don't realise that most people can't afford the prices they are charging in order to go to the cinema, therefore more and more people are turning to a 'life of crime' in order to obtain films to get some release from the hardships of day to day life.