Audiences turned out for Daniel Craig's James Bond swan song NO TIME TO DIE in its long-awaited debut.
With $90 million, VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE passes BLACK WIDOW for new pandemic opening high.
Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro returns with NIGHTMARE ALLEY, his first film since claiming Best Picture for THE SHAPE OF WATER. Starring Bradley Cooper, it opens December 2021.
With the fall box office suddenly looking up, Sony has moved VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE to Oct. 1.
Marvel's latest origin story SHANG-CHI destroys Labor Day records and Delta surge fears at multiplexes.
Paramount's two Tom Cruise tentpoles TOP GUN: MAVERICK and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7 will now anchor Summer and Fall 2022.
Solid PAW PATROL debut destroys Hugh Jackman's REMINISCENCE but still can't topple box office sensation FREE GUY.
After weeks of declining theatrical revenues, Ryan Reynolds' action-comedy FREE GUY brought audiences back to the multiplex.
Due to new COVID surge, Sony Pictures delays VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE by nearly a month. Will others follow?
James Gunn's take on DC's dirty dozen fights for its life in theaters as various factors conspire to keep audiences at home.