June gave us the first great DC Cinematic Universe film – Wonder Woman – as well as yet another chapter in Michael Bay’s Transformers series of films. In July, Marvel Studios has teamed up with Sony to bring us Spider-Man: Homecoming, before Christopher Nolan’s first war film – Dunkirk – hits theaters. Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – July 2017” →
Last weekend’s top four was surprisingly predictable, with Everest‘s IMAX opening acting as the only real ‘shock’. This week Everest has its wide release, and it should have a decent weekend. Hotel Transylvania 2 opens in North American theaters this weekend – will it outperform last weekend’s new entries? Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – Weekend of September 25, 2015” →
It’s been a tough and slow few weeks of box office, but this should all change now. Americans are seeing the first movie of the Oscar season – Black Mass. But the Johnny Depp-led crime flick isn’t a certain weekend winner, as the Maze Runner-franchise reveals its second installment. Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – Weekend of September 18, 2015” →
The Christian drama, War Room, somehow won last weekend – but that should be its only win. This week M. Night Shyamalan’s Blumhouse-film, The Visit, debuts – but is this low-budget Shyamalan-film capable of taking a weekend win? Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – Weekend of September 11, 2015” →
Straight Outta Compton got its third win in a row. Meanwhile the Christian drama War Room came out of nowhere to take the 2nd spot on last weekend’s top five. Now, can Robert Redford’s A Walk In The Woods challenge for a top five spot, or is it knocked out by last week’s new entries? Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – Weekend of September 4, 2015” →
The following is a new weekly post on I’m Jeffrey Rex, wherein Jeffrey predicts the coming weekend numbers at the box office for North America.
Straight Outta Compton should get another easy box office win, thus getting its third weekend win in a row. The only notable new entries this weekend are No Escape and We Are Your Friends, and neither of those films look that great. Looks like another post-summer low box office weekend. Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – Weekend of August 28, 2015” →